§ 267.010 Definitions
§ 267.020 Appointment of veterinary surgeon — qualifications — tenure.
§ 267.030 Veterinarian — oath, bond — office — duties.
§ 267.040 Under control of director
§ 267.050 Appointment of deputy veterinary surgeon — qualifications.
§ 267.060 Compensation of veterinarian and deputies
§ 267.070 Cooperate with federal officers
§ 267.080 Report to director
§ 267.090 Compilation of information and report
§ 267.100 Petition for veterinarian’s services to control contagious disease
§ 267.110 Veterinarian to investigate on petition
§ 267.120 Prescribe disinfectants — enforcement.
§ 267.122 Animal health diagnostic laboratories established, fees — investment of …
§ 267.168 Voluntary program may be supported by state — mandated participation …
§ 267.169 Certain livestock data not subject to disclosure — exceptions.
§ 267.170 Indemnification — appraisal — payment.
§ 267.210 Disposition of condemned cattle
§ 267.220 Reactor animals may be retained, procedure
§ 267.230 Quarantine violations or interference with veterinarian, penalty — …
§ 267.240 Governor — approval and enforcement of quarantine regulations.
§ 267.250 Enforcement of rules, regulations — notification to county commission — …
§ 267.380 State veterinarian may enter to conduct tests — owner to cooperate.
§ 267.400 Veterinarian to make and enforce regulations
§ 267.430 Diseased animals — sale or running at large prohibited.
§ 267.450 Unquarantined stock in quarantined pens prohibited
§ 267.560 Title of law
§ 267.565 Definitions
§ 267.570 Transportation of livestock into or through state, exhibitions, public ..
§ 267.575 Health certificates, contents, duration — inspection and testing, authority.
§ 267.580 Permits, requests for contents, duration
§ 267.585 Carriers of livestock, regulations
§ 267.590 Quarantine of animal or herd by state veterinarian — duration.
§ 267.595 Quarantine of area, notice, effect — procedure.
§ 267.600 Animals under test or investigation not to be removed — holding period …
§ 267.603 Quarantined livestock testing — violations of orders — hearing — witnesses, …
§ 267.604 Injunction against owners of diseased livestock, when — venue.
§ 267.605 Laboratories to obtain permit, reports — hog cholera virus use limited — …
§ 267.611 Slaughter of animals, indemnification — accounting.
§ 267.615 License for male breeding animals, application, fee, renewal
§ 267.620 Artificial insemination, license for production of semen, fee, renewal
§ 267.625 Bovine breeding males to be tested and vaccinated
§ 267.630 Law inapplicable to loan between breeders
§ 267.635 Revocation of licenses for violations
§ 267.640 Certification of disease free herds or flocks, when — cancellation.
§ 267.645 Department may enter premises — rules and regulations.
§ 267.650 Animals impounded when, costs paid by owner — redemption.
§ 267.655 Civil penalties
§ 267.660 Violation, a misdemeanor
§ 267.670 Definitions
§ 267.673 Sheep and goats to be dipped, when
§ 267.677 Identification marks on dipped sheep and goats
§ 267.680 Markets and dealers to provide dipping facilities — records to be kept.
§ 267.683 Animals may be sold for slaughter without dipping, when
§ 267.687 Infected sheep, goats or cattle, how treated — quarantine — moved, when.
§ 267.690 Exposed animals released for slaughter, when
§ 267.693 Exposed animals quarantined — consignment for slaughter.
§ 267.697 Sheep or goats deemed exposed, when
§ 267.700 All animals in group classed as infected or exposed, when
§ 267.703 Infected or exposed animals not to be moved
§ 267.707 County certified as “scabies free area”, when
§ 267.710 Entrance of sheep or goats from noncertified to certified areas
§ 267.713 Importation of sheep or goats for breeding or feeding, regulations
§ 267.717 Registration of sheep shearers — duties.
§ 267.720 Dealer registration — inspection of premises.
§ 267.723 Rules and regulations
§ 267.727 Injunction to restrain violations
§ 267.730 Violation, misdemeanor

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