Nevada Animals

Sec. § 576.129
Alternative livestock: Permit required; regulations of State Board of Agriculture.


1.

It is unlawful for any person to import, possess or propagate any alternative livestock unless the person first obtains from the State Board of Agriculture a permit that authorizes the person to do so.

2.

The State Board of Agriculture shall adopt regulations for the importation, possession and propagation of alternative livestock. The regulations must set forth requirements for:

(a)

Facilities used to confine alternative livestock, including minimum requirements for fencing to prevent the escape of alternative livestock.

(b)

The genetic testing of alternative livestock.

(c)

Keeping and maintaining records related to the importation, transfer, possession and propagation of alternative livestock.

(d)

Identifying and marking alternative livestock.

(e)

Marketing alternative livestock.

(f)

The filing of any bonds which may be required by the State Board of Agriculture.

3.

In adopting the regulations required by subsection 2, the State Board of Agriculture shall consult with the Department of Wildlife and the Board of Wildlife Commissioners concerning the provisions that are necessary to protect wildlife in this state and in the areas designated as areas of special concern by the Board of Wildlife Commissioners pursuant to NRS 501.181.

4.

The State Board of Agriculture shall establish by regulation a schedule of fees required to be paid for a permit issued pursuant to this section. The fees established must not exceed the approximate cost to the Board of carrying out the provisions of this section.
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