Nevada Animals

Sec. § 571.200
Disposal of carcass of diseased animal.


1.

The owner or agent in charge of any animal that has died or has been killed as a result of any infectious, contagious or parasitic disease shall immediately bury the carcass thereof at least 3 feet underground or cause the carcass to be consumed by fire, and the carcass must not be sold or given away.

2.

In order to carry out the requirements of subsection 1, the carcass may be conveyed on a public highway or public road, or conveyed on land not owned by the owner or agent, in accordance with rules and regulations promulgated by the State Quarantine Officer.

3.

The expense of burying, burning or conveying the carcass must be paid by the owner or agent, and such expense is a lien upon remaining animals or other real or personal property of the owner or agent until paid.
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