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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 9, Animals and Animal Products, Pt. 1-199, Revised as of January 1, 2012

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The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the United States Federal Government. 

9 CFR Parts 1-199 covers the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service with in the United States Department of Agriculture.  In this volume, you will find rules, processes, procedures, and regulations pertaining to the Animal Welfare Act including the protection of horses, and standards for managing and eradicating animal-livestock and poultry diseases. It also covers the accreditation of veterinarians and certification standards for breeders.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I—ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER A—ANIMAL WELFARE
1 Definition of terms
2 Regulations
3 Standards
4 Rules of practice governing proceedings under the Animal Welfare Act
11 Horse protection regulations
12 Rules of practice governing proceedings under the Horse Protection Act

SUBCHAPTER B—COOPERATIVE CONTROL AND ERADICATION OF LIVESTOCK OR POULTRY DISEASES
49 Rules of practice governing proceedings under certain acts
50 Animals destroyed because of tuberculosis
51 Animals destroyed because of brucellosis
52 Swine destroyed because of pseudorabies
53 Foot-and-mouth disease, pleuropneumonia, rinderpest, and certain other communicable diseases of livestock or poultry
54 Control of scrapie
55 Control of chronic wasting disease
56 Control of H5/H7 low pathogenic avian influenza

SUBCHAPTER C—INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION OF ANIMALS (INCLUDING POULTRY) AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS
70 Rules of practice governing proceedings under certain acts
71 General provisions
72 Bovine babesiosis
73 Scabies in cattle
74 Prohibition of interstate movement of land tortoises
75 Communicable diseases in horses, asses, ponies, mules, and zebras
76 [Reserved]
77 Tuberculosis
78 Brucellosis
79 Scrapie in sheep and goats
80 Johne’s disease in domestic animals
81 Chronic wasting disease in deer, elk, and moose
82 Newcastle Disease and chlamydiosis
85 Pseudorabies
86 Animal disease traceability
88 Commercial transportation of equines for slaughter
89 Statement of policy under the Twenty-Eight Hour Law

SUBCHAPTER D—EXPORTATION AND IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS (INCLUDING POULTRY) AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS
91 Inspection and handling of livestock for exportation
92 Importation of animals and animal products: Procedures for requesting recognition of regions
93 Importation of certain animals, birds, fish, and poultry, and certain animal, bird, and poultry products; requirements for means of conveyance and shipping containers
94 Rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease, Newcastle disease, highly pathogenic avian influenza, African swine fever, classical swine fever, swine vesicular disease, and bovine spongiform encephalopathy: Prohibited and restricted importations
95 Sanitary control of animal byproducts (except casings), and hay and straw, offered for entry into the United States
96 Restriction of importations of foreign animal casings offered for entry into the United States
97 Overtime services relating to imports and exports
98 Importation of certain animal embryos and animal semen
99 Rules of practice governing proceedings under certain acts

SUBCHAPTER E—VIRUSES, SERUMS, TOXINS, AND ANALOGOUS PRODUCTS; ORGANISMS AND VECTORS
101 Definitions
102 Licenses for biological products
103 Experimental production, distribution, and evaluation of biological products prior to licensing
104 Permits for biological products
105 Suspension, revocation, or termination of biological licenses or permits
106 Exemption for biological products used in department programs or under department control or supervision
107 Exemptions from preparation pursuant to an unsuspended and unrevoked license
108 Facility requirements for licensed establishments
109 Sterilization and pasteurization at licensed establishments
112 Packaging and labeling
113 Standard requirements
114 Production requirements for biological products
115 Inspections
116 Records and reports
117 Animals at licensed establishments
118 Detention; seizure and condemnation
121 Possession, use, and transfer of select agents and toxins
122 Organisms and vectors
123 Rules of practice governing proceedings under the Virus-Serum-Toxin Act
124 Patent term restoration

SUBCHAPTER F—USER FEES
130 User fees

SUBCHAPTER G—LIVESTOCK IMPROVEMENT
145 National Poultry Improvement Plan for Breeding Poultry
146 National Poultry Improvement Plan for Commercial Poultry
147 Auxiliary provisions on National Poultry Improvement Plan
149 Voluntary Trichinae Certification Program

SUBCHAPTER H—ANIMAL BREEDS
151 Recognition of breeds and books of record of pure-bred animals

SUBCHAPTER I—VOLUNTARY INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION SERVICE
156 Voluntary inspection and certification service

SUBCHAPTER J—ACCREDITATION OF VETERINARIANS AND SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF SUCH ACCREDITATION
160 Definition of terms
161 Requirements and standards for accredited veterinarians and suspension or revocation of such accreditation
162 Rules of practice governing revocation or suspension of veterinarians’ accreditation

SUBCHAPTER K—PUBLIC INFORMATION
165 Availability of information

SUBCHAPTER L—SWINE HEALTH PROTECTION
166 Swine health protection
167 Rules of practice governing proceedings under the Swine Health Protection Act
168–199 [Reserved]

Audience: Ranchers, farmers, veterinarians, breeders, and others involved in the management and care of animals, livestock, or poultry may be interested in this volume. In addition, lawyers and law students, members of Congress, and policymakers may be interested in this volume.

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