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We are proposing to establish a list of States that conduct an active State scrapie program that is consistent with Federal requirements. This list of ``Consistent States'' will be referred to in addressing interstate movement restrictions for sheep and goats. We also propose to expand the criteria we proposed earlier for how States may qualify...
We are amending the regulations concerning the voluntary scrapie flock certification program and the interstate movement of sheep and goats to exempt flocks from certain regulatory requirements when the flocks are participating in scrapie control pilot projects authorized by the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. We believe this action...
This interim rule sets forth the regulations for the Lamb Meat Adjustment Assistance Program as authorized by clause (3) of section 32 of the Act of August 24, 1935, as amended. Producers of sheep and lambs may receive up to $30 million total, with a target of $10 million per year, in direct cash payments to help improve their production...
This proposed rule would establish a mandatory program of reporting information regarding the marketing of cattle, swine, lambs, and products of such livestock under the ``Livestock Mandatory Reporting Act of 1999.'' This proposed rule requires the reporting of market information by certain livestock packers, and livestock product processors and...