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54-1401. Terms, defined; exposed and infected flocks; requirements.A scabies-free area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep including feed lots has been completed and no scabies is found to exist.Scabies eradication area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep is being carried out but has not been completed.Scabies quarantined area or premises shall be where scabies now exists or has existed and the required dipping procedures have not been completed.All exposed flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the flock has been dipped once in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Exposed flocks shall mean flocks where no scabies exist but animals have been exposed to sheep affected with scabies.All infected flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the entire flock has been dipped twice ten to fourteen days apart in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Infected flocks shall be flocks in which scabies exists or flocks to which animals have been added from a known infected source. SourceLaws 1965, c. 327, § 1, p. 937.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-1401

54-1401. Terms, defined; exposed and infected flocks; requirements.A scabies-free area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep including feed lots has been completed and no scabies is found to exist.Scabies eradication area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep is being carried out but has not been completed.Scabies quarantined area or premises shall be where scabies now exists or has existed and the required dipping procedures have not been completed.All exposed flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the flock has been dipped once in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Exposed flocks shall mean flocks where no scabies exist but animals have been exposed to sheep affected with scabies.All infected flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the entire flock has been dipped twice ten to fourteen days apart in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Infected flocks shall be flocks in which scabies exists or flocks to which animals have been added from a known infected source. SourceLaws 1965, c. 327, § 1, p. 937.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-1401

54-1401. Terms, defined; exposed and infected flocks; requirements.A scabies-free area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep including feed lots has been completed and no scabies is found to exist.Scabies eradication area shall be a county or group of counties in which a systematic inspection of all flocks of sheep is being carried out but has not been completed.Scabies quarantined area or premises shall be where scabies now exists or has existed and the required dipping procedures have not been completed.All exposed flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the flock has been dipped once in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Exposed flocks shall mean flocks where no scabies exist but animals have been exposed to sheep affected with scabies.All infected flocks shall be quarantined and absolutely no animals removed from the premises until the entire flock has been dipped twice ten to fourteen days apart in a permitted dip maintained at a required strength under the supervision of a state or federal inspector in accordance with the directions issued by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.Infected flocks shall be flocks in which scabies exists or flocks to which animals have been added from a known infected source. SourceLaws 1965, c. 327, § 1, p. 937.

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