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54-2715. Exposed animal, defined.Exposed animal means:(1) Any animal that has been in the same flock at the same time as a scrapie-positive female animal, excluding limited contacts;(2) Any animal born in a flock after a scrapie-positive animal was born into that flock or lambed in that flock, if born before that flock completes the requirements of a flock plan;(3) Any animal that was commingled with a scrapie-positive female animal during or up to thirty days after she lambed, kidded, or aborted, or while a visible vaginal discharge was present, or that was commingled with any other scrapie-positive female animal for twenty-four hours or more, including during activities such as shows and sales or while in marketing channels; or(4) Any animal in a noncompliant flock. SourceLaws 2003, LB 158, § 15.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-2715

54-2715. Exposed animal, defined.Exposed animal means:(1) Any animal that has been in the same flock at the same time as a scrapie-positive female animal, excluding limited contacts;(2) Any animal born in a flock after a scrapie-positive animal was born into that flock or lambed in that flock, if born before that flock completes the requirements of a flock plan;(3) Any animal that was commingled with a scrapie-positive female animal during or up to thirty days after she lambed, kidded, or aborted, or while a visible vaginal discharge was present, or that was commingled with any other scrapie-positive female animal for twenty-four hours or more, including during activities such as shows and sales or while in marketing channels; or(4) Any animal in a noncompliant flock. SourceLaws 2003, LB 158, § 15.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-2715

54-2715. Exposed animal, defined.Exposed animal means:(1) Any animal that has been in the same flock at the same time as a scrapie-positive female animal, excluding limited contacts;(2) Any animal born in a flock after a scrapie-positive animal was born into that flock or lambed in that flock, if born before that flock completes the requirements of a flock plan;(3) Any animal that was commingled with a scrapie-positive female animal during or up to thirty days after she lambed, kidded, or aborted, or while a visible vaginal discharge was present, or that was commingled with any other scrapie-positive female animal for twenty-four hours or more, including during activities such as shows and sales or while in marketing channels; or(4) Any animal in a noncompliant flock. SourceLaws 2003, LB 158, § 15.

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