Section .0100 ‑ Animal Disease: Quarantine

Link to law: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title 02 - agriculture and consumer services/chapter 52 - veterinary/subchapter b/02 ncac 52b .0101.html
Published: 2015

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SUBCHAPTER 52B ‑ ANIMAL DISEASE

 

SECTION .0100 ‑ ANIMAL DISEASE: QUARANTINE

 

 

02 NCAC 52B .0101          QUARANTINE NOTICES

(a)  The original of the quarantine notice shall be

personally given to the owner or person in charge of the animals or poultry

being quarantined, one copy of quarantine notice shall be mailed to the office

of the State Veterinarian and one copy retained by the regulatory official

issuing the quarantine.

(b)  No poultry or other animals under quarantine shall be

moved from the premise for any purpose except on a written permit from the

State Veterinarian or his authorized representative.

(c)  The quarantine shall not be lifted or cancelled until

there is no longer a threat of exposure to poultry or other animals as

determined by the State Veterinarian or his authorized representative.  The

necessity for cleaning and disinfection of premises prior to release of

quarantine shall be determined by the State Veterinarian or his authorized

representative.

(d)  Written permits to move poultry or other animals which

are affected with or exposed to a contagious and/or infectious disease or which

originate in a quarantined area, into North Carolina may be issued by the State

Veterinarian or his authorized representative under the following conditions:

(1)           The animals or poultry are to be used for

research purposes under conditions which will prevent exposure to other

livestock and poultry;

(2)           Animals affected with or exposed to

brucellosis, tuberculosis, and/or other diseases designated by the State Veterinarian

which are consigned to a state or federal inspected slaughter house for

immediate slaughter; such livestock shall be identified in a manner acceptable

to the State Veterinarian or his authorized representative;

(3)           For the movement of swine in accordance

with the North Carolina Pseudorabies Program.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 106‑307.3 through

106‑307.5;

Eff. April 1, 1984;

Amended Eff. December 1, 1989.