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TITLE 25
ANIMALS
CHAPTER 2
INSPECTION AND SUPPRESSION OF DISEASES AMONG LIVESTOCK
25-239.  definitions. When used in this chapter or in rules promulgated under this chapter:
(1)  "Administrator" means the administrator of the division of animal industries, Idaho state department of agriculture, or his designee.
(2)  "Approved feedlot" means a livestock feedlot, inspected and approved by the department, for finish feeding cattle or bison of unknown disease, test or vaccination status.
(3)  "Approved trader lot" means a livestock facility operated by a livestock dealer licensed by the Idaho state brand board where cattle of unknown disease status are received and then sold and transported to other destinations. All approved trader lots must be inspected and approved by the department.
(4)  "Buying station" means a livestock facility where cattle are gathered to be shipped directly to slaughter within seven (7) days of arrival at the buying station. All buying stations must be inspected and approved by the department.
(5)  "Department" means the Idaho state department of agriculture.
(6)  "Livestock dealer" means any person who buys livestock and offers them for resale within twenty (20) days from the date of purchase. All livestock dealers are required to be licensed by the Idaho state brand board.
(7)  "Livestock market" means any facility where livestock are sold, received or shipped for profit. Anyone operating as a public livestock market must first secure a charter from the department. To maintain a charter, a public livestock market must conduct a minimum of one (1) sale per calendar year.

History:
[25-239, added 2016, ch. 49, sec. 1, p. 143.]


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