1 CRR-NY 63.2NY-CRR
1 CRR-NY 63.2
1 CRR-NY 63.2
For the purposes of this Part, the following shall have the following meanings:
(a) Approved health certificate.
(1) A certificate issued by an accredited veterinarian and approved and countersigned by the chief livestock health official of the state or country of origin. Approval and countersignature of the certificate shall signify that the said official has caused the statements thereon to be verified and shall further signify that these statements qualify the animal for movement into New York State in accordance with the provisions of this Part.
(2) Such certificate shall identify each animal to be moved into this State. Individual identification shall include all eartags, earnotches, and tattoos carried by the animal, its breed, sex, age and its registration number, if any.
(3) Such certificate shall include the full name and address of both the consignor and consignee, the date of issue, the dates and results of qualifying tests, the anticipated date of entry of the animal into New York State, and a statement that the animal has been inspected by an accredited veterinarian and is not showing any signs of infectious, contagious, or communicable disease (except where noted) and the results of tests are as indicated.
(4) Such certificate shall be valid for the purposes of this Part up to and including the 30th day following the date of inspection of the animal.
Any member of the porcine species, feral or domestic, regardless of age, sex or breed.
(c) Breeding swine.
Swine of any age imported for breeding and reproduction.
(d) Feeder swine.
Any member of the porcine species less than 120 days of age that is offered for importation for the exclusive purpose of feeding for slaughter only.
(e) Immediate slaughter.
Slaughter within six days (144 hours) after the time of entry into this State.
(f) Pseudorabies monitored herd.
A swine breeding herd that has been sampled and tested negative by a USDA-approved serologic test during the last 12 months at the rate:
|10 head||– Test all|
|11–35 head||– test 10|
|36 or more||– test 30 percent or 30 whichever is less|
Tested breeding swine to be selected at random from all age groups, including herd boars, all groups to be proportionally represented.
(g) Pseudorabies qualified negative herd.
A pseudorabies qualified negative herd is attained by subjecting all swine six months of age or older to an official pseudorabies serologic test and finding all swine so tested negative. Herd status is maintained by testing 25 percent of swine over six months of age every 80-105 days or 10 percent of the swine every month and finding all swine so tested negative. No swine shall be tested twice in one year for the purpose of this qualification.
(h) This State.
Sate of New York.
A legible document or certificate prepared by the owner or shipper and shall include:
(1) the date the waybill is prepared;
(2) the name and address of the owner or shipper;
(3) the point from which the animals are moved interstate;
(4) the name and address of the person or firm to whom consigned in New York State;
(5) the number, and type of all swine covered by the waybill;
(6) a statement that the animals are being brought into this State for immediate slaughter; and
(7) the written and complete signature of the owner/shipper;
A waybill shall be void eight days after the date of preparation thereof.
(j) Official brucellosis test.
An official brucellosis test shall be the standard tube test (STT) negative at 1:25 and all higher dilutions, a negative buffered brucella antigen test (card test) or other USDA-approved swine brucellosis test. The STT tests shall be conducted by a State-Federal-approved laboratory. The card test shall be conducted by a full-time State-Federal employee.
(k) Official pseudorabies test.
An official pseudorabies test shall be the serum neutralization test, the ELISA test or other USDA-approved swine brucellosis test. These tests shall be conducted by a State-Federal-approved laboratory.
1 CRR-NY 63.2
Current through July 31, 2023
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