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54-1,122.02. Registered dairy; cattle shipment or receipt; requirements.(1) Cattle sold or shipped from a registered dairy, for purposes other than direct slaughter or sale on any terminal market, are subject to the brand inspection under sections 54-1,110 to 54-1,119 and the seller or shipper shall bear the cost of such inspection at the regular fee.(2) Any other cattle shipped from a registered dairy are not subject to brand inspection at origin or destination, but the shipper must have a shipping certificate from the registered dairy. The shipping certificate form shall be prescribed by the Nebraska Brand Committee and shall show the registered dairy operator's name and registration number, date shipped, destination, agency receiving the cattle, number of head in the shipment, and sex of the cattle. The shipping certificate shall be completed in triplicate by the registered dairy operator at the time of shipment. One copy thereof shall be delivered to the brand inspector at the market along with shipment, if applicable, one copy shall be sent to the brand committee by the tenth day of the following month, and one copy shall be retained by the registered dairy operator. If a shipping certificate does not accompany a shipment of cattle from a registered dairy to any destination where brand inspection is maintained by the brand committee, all such cattle are subject to a brand inspection and inspection fees shall be charged for the service.(3) Any cattle originating in a state that has a brand inspection agency and which are accompanied by a certificate of inspection or brand clearance issued by such agency may be moved directly from the point of origin into a registered dairy. Any cattle not accompanied by such a certificate of inspection or brand clearance or by satisfactory evidence of ownership from states or portions of states not having brand inspection shall be inspected for brands by the Nebraska Brand Committee within a reasonable time after arrival at a registered dairy, and the inspection fee provided under section 54-1,108 shall be collected by the brand inspector at the time the inspection is performed. SourceLaws 2000, LB 213, § 2.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-1_122_02

54-1,122.02. Registered dairy; cattle shipment or receipt; requirements.(1) Cattle sold or shipped from a registered dairy, for purposes other than direct slaughter or sale on any terminal market, are subject to the brand inspection under sections 54-1,110 to 54-1,119 and the seller or shipper shall bear the cost of such inspection at the regular fee.(2) Any other cattle shipped from a registered dairy are not subject to brand inspection at origin or destination, but the shipper must have a shipping certificate from the registered dairy. The shipping certificate form shall be prescribed by the Nebraska Brand Committee and shall show the registered dairy operator's name and registration number, date shipped, destination, agency receiving the cattle, number of head in the shipment, and sex of the cattle. The shipping certificate shall be completed in triplicate by the registered dairy operator at the time of shipment. One copy thereof shall be delivered to the brand inspector at the market along with shipment, if applicable, one copy shall be sent to the brand committee by the tenth day of the following month, and one copy shall be retained by the registered dairy operator. If a shipping certificate does not accompany a shipment of cattle from a registered dairy to any destination where brand inspection is maintained by the brand committee, all such cattle are subject to a brand inspection and inspection fees shall be charged for the service.(3) Any cattle originating in a state that has a brand inspection agency and which are accompanied by a certificate of inspection or brand clearance issued by such agency may be moved directly from the point of origin into a registered dairy. Any cattle not accompanied by such a certificate of inspection or brand clearance or by satisfactory evidence of ownership from states or portions of states not having brand inspection shall be inspected for brands by the Nebraska Brand Committee within a reasonable time after arrival at a registered dairy, and the inspection fee provided under section 54-1,108 shall be collected by the brand inspector at the time the inspection is performed. SourceLaws 2000, LB 213, § 2.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-1_122_02

54-1,122.02. Registered dairy; cattle shipment or receipt; requirements.(1) Cattle sold or shipped from a registered dairy, for purposes other than direct slaughter or sale on any terminal market, are subject to the brand inspection under sections 54-1,110 to 54-1,119 and the seller or shipper shall bear the cost of such inspection at the regular fee.(2) Any other cattle shipped from a registered dairy are not subject to brand inspection at origin or destination, but the shipper must have a shipping certificate from the registered dairy. The shipping certificate form shall be prescribed by the Nebraska Brand Committee and shall show the registered dairy operator's name and registration number, date shipped, destination, agency receiving the cattle, number of head in the shipment, and sex of the cattle. The shipping certificate shall be completed in triplicate by the registered dairy operator at the time of shipment. One copy thereof shall be delivered to the brand inspector at the market along with shipment, if applicable, one copy shall be sent to the brand committee by the tenth day of the following month, and one copy shall be retained by the registered dairy operator. If a shipping certificate does not accompany a shipment of cattle from a registered dairy to any destination where brand inspection is maintained by the brand committee, all such cattle are subject to a brand inspection and inspection fees shall be charged for the service.(3) Any cattle originating in a state that has a brand inspection agency and which are accompanied by a certificate of inspection or brand clearance issued by such agency may be moved directly from the point of origin into a registered dairy. Any cattle not accompanied by such a certificate of inspection or brand clearance or by satisfactory evidence of ownership from states or portions of states not having brand inspection shall be inspected for brands by the Nebraska Brand Committee within a reasonable time after arrival at a registered dairy, and the inspection fee provided under section 54-1,108 shall be collected by the brand inspector at the time the inspection is performed. SourceLaws 2000, LB 213, § 2.

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