Idaho Statutes

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25-613.  Vaccination method of control. (1) The owner of any cattle who has such cattle vaccinated for protection against brucellosis shall have such cattle vaccinated by a veterinarian who is licensed and accredited in the state of Idaho or vaccinated by state or federal regulatory personnel.
(2)  The director shall designate in rules the vaccine to be utilized, the vaccinal dose to be administered, age range of cattle that may be vaccinated, the method for identification of vaccinated cattle and the form and contents of reports to be made of cattle vaccinated.
(3)  No person, firm, or corporation shall sell, give away, or in any manner place in the hands of any owner or caretaker of cattle any brucellosis vaccine, and only licensed and accredited veterinarians, and state or federal regulatory personnel, may inject brucellosis vaccine into any cattle.

[25-613, added 1939, ch. 150, sec. 13, p. 267; am. 1988, ch. 114, sec. 11, p. 210; am. 1993, ch. 13, sec. 13, p. 53; am. 2002, ch. 102, sec. 1, p. 278.]

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