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4-23-5. Board responsibilities -- Damage prevention policy -- Rules -- Methods tocontrol predators and depredating birds and animals.
(1) The board is responsible for the formulation of the agricultural and wildlife damageprevention policy of the state and in conjunction with its responsibility may, consistent with Title63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, adopt rules to implement its policy whichshall be administered by the department.
(2) In its policy deliberations the board shall:
(a) specify programs designed to prevent damage to livestock, poultry, and agriculturalcrops; and
(b) specify methods for the prevention of damage and for the selective control ofpredators and depredating birds and animals including hunting, trapping, chemical toxicants, andthe use of aircraft.
(3) The board may also:
(a) specify bounties on designated predatory animals and recommend procedures for thepayment of bounty claims, recommend bounty districts, recommend persons not authorized toreceive bounty, and recommend to the department other actions it considers advisable for theenforcement of its policies; and
(b) cooperate with federal, state, and local governments, educational institutions, andprivate persons or organizations, through agreement or otherwise, to effectuate its policies.

Amended by Chapter 378, 2010 General Session

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-04 > Chapter-23 > 4-23-5

4-23-5. Board responsibilities -- Damage prevention policy -- Rules -- Methods tocontrol predators and depredating birds and animals.
(1) The board is responsible for the formulation of the agricultural and wildlife damageprevention policy of the state and in conjunction with its responsibility may, consistent with Title63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, adopt rules to implement its policy whichshall be administered by the department.
(2) In its policy deliberations the board shall:
(a) specify programs designed to prevent damage to livestock, poultry, and agriculturalcrops; and
(b) specify methods for the prevention of damage and for the selective control ofpredators and depredating birds and animals including hunting, trapping, chemical toxicants, andthe use of aircraft.
(3) The board may also:
(a) specify bounties on designated predatory animals and recommend procedures for thepayment of bounty claims, recommend bounty districts, recommend persons not authorized toreceive bounty, and recommend to the department other actions it considers advisable for theenforcement of its policies; and
(b) cooperate with federal, state, and local governments, educational institutions, andprivate persons or organizations, through agreement or otherwise, to effectuate its policies.

Amended by Chapter 378, 2010 General Session


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-04 > Chapter-23 > 4-23-5

4-23-5. Board responsibilities -- Damage prevention policy -- Rules -- Methods tocontrol predators and depredating birds and animals.
(1) The board is responsible for the formulation of the agricultural and wildlife damageprevention policy of the state and in conjunction with its responsibility may, consistent with Title63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, adopt rules to implement its policy whichshall be administered by the department.
(2) In its policy deliberations the board shall:
(a) specify programs designed to prevent damage to livestock, poultry, and agriculturalcrops; and
(b) specify methods for the prevention of damage and for the selective control ofpredators and depredating birds and animals including hunting, trapping, chemical toxicants, andthe use of aircraft.
(3) The board may also:
(a) specify bounties on designated predatory animals and recommend procedures for thepayment of bounty claims, recommend bounty districts, recommend persons not authorized toreceive bounty, and recommend to the department other actions it considers advisable for theenforcement of its policies; and
(b) cooperate with federal, state, and local governments, educational institutions, andprivate persons or organizations, through agreement or otherwise, to effectuate its policies.

Amended by Chapter 378, 2010 General Session

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