Full Title Name:  West’s Florida Administrative Code. Title 5. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Subtitle 5C. Division of Animal Industry. Chapter 5C-30. Enforcement and Penalties

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Country of Origin:  United States Citation:  Fla. Admin. Code r. 5C-30.001 - 004 Agency Origin:  Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Last Checked:  October, 2017 Date Adopted:  2010
Summary:

This set of statutes establishes the procedures for the inspection and quarantine of imported animals and sets penalties for violations of the state's animal import laws.

5C-30.001. Definitions.

5C-30.002. Procedures for Inspection of Animals to be Imported into or Moved Within the State.

5C-30.003. Penalties.

5C-30.004. Incorporated Materials.

 

5C-30.001. Definitions.

(1) Animal or Domestic Animal. Any animals that are maintained for private use or commercial purposes; including any equine such as horse, mule, ass, burro, zebra; any bovine such as bull, steer, ox, cow, heifer, calf, or bison; any other hoofed animal such as goat, sheep, swine, or cervids; any domestic cat, dog, reptile or amphibian; any avian such as ratites, poultry, or other domesticated bird or fowl; or any captive, exotic or non-native animals.

(2) Dangerous Transmissible Diseases. Those animal diseases or pests listed or described in Rule 5C-20.002, F.A.C.

(3) Department Representative. An employee of the state or federal government who has been authorized by the Division to issue a Notice of Quarantine.

(4) Division. The Division of Animal Industry of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

(5) Quarantine. A strict isolation and restriction of movement of animals infected with, suspected of being infected with, or exposed to dangerous transmissible diseases or other infectious diseases or pests that may be foreign or newly emerging and that may result in significant animal loss, economic damage or are suspected of causing human illness, to a premises or area, to prevent the spread of diseases or pests. The lack of appropriate health documentation as provided in Chapters 5C-3 and 5C-4, F.A.C. and Section 585.145, F.S., is sufficient to determine that there is a risk of disease transmission requiring quarantine.

(a) Animal Quarantine. Quarantine of animals to specified premises.

(b) Area Quarantine. Quarantine of specified geographic areas within the state.

Adopted May 24, 2010.

Authority: 570.07(23), 585.002(4), 585.08(2)(a) FS. Law Implemented 570.07(15), 570.36(2), 585.003, 585.08(2)(a), 585.145(1), (2), 585.16, 585.23, 585.40 FS. History-New 5-24-10.

 

5C-30.002. Procedures for Inspection of Animals to be Imported into or Moved Within the State.

(1) Any person importing animals into the State of Florida or moving animals within the state is subject to inspection by a Department representative to determine whether the animal has the appropriate health documentation as provided in Chapters 5C-3 and 5C-4, F.A.C. and Section 585.145, F.S., shows signs of illness, or is deceased.

(a) Inspections will generally occur at the interdiction stations maintained by the Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement of the Department. This inspection does not replace or limit the ability of the Department to inspect premises or transport vehicles at other locations for violations as provided in Section 570.07(2), F.S.

(b) Any person transporting animals into or within the state shall present the animals for inspection whenever there is a Department interdiction station of the Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement on their route.

(c) At the interdiction stations, a Department representative shall inspect all animals being transported into or within the state. The transporter, owner or operator transporting animals into or within the state is responsible for ensuring that each animal moved into or within the state is accompanied by the appropriate health documentation.

(2) The department may refuse entry into the state or quarantine, any animal that is not accompanied by the appropriate health documentation, any animal showing signs of illness, or dead animals.

(3) Where any health documentation for an animal being transported into or within the state is missing or inadequate, where there are animals showing signs of illnesses, or where there are dead animals, the Department representative shall follow the procedures outlined in Table I, 5C-30.003, F.A.C., in determining the appropriate action for a violation. In addition to refusal of entry or quarantine, the Department may issue Advisory Notices or impose administrative fines in accordance with Table I, 5C-30.003, F.A.C.

(4) Any animal required to be quarantined to destination or to premises of origin shall be maintained in strict isolation, until such time as a Department representative releases the animal from quarantine.

(5) When the Department determines that the threat of disease ceases to exist and/or animal health requirements have been met, a Department representative will provide notification that the quarantine has been released and is no longer in effect.

Adopted May 24, 2010.

Authority: 570.07(23), 585.002(4), 585.08(2)(a) FS. Law Implemented 570.07(15), 570.36(2), 585.003, 585.08(2)(a), 585.145(1), (2), 585.16, 585.23, 585.40 FS. History-New 5-24-10.


5C-30.003. Penalties.

(1) This rule describes the penalties for violations of the requirements provided in Chapter 585, F.S., and Rule Title 5C, F.A.C.

(2) The provision of specified penalties in this rule shall not preclude the Department from seeking any legal remedy or injunctive relief available under Sections 585.005  and 585.007, F.S.

(3) The penalties for failure to comply with the health standards for importation or intrastate movement of animals are as provided in Table #1.

 

TABLE #1

Decision and Penalty Matrix for Division of Animal Industry Movement Violations
Division of Animal Industry -- DAI
Equine Infectious Anemia -- EIA
Individually Identified -- ID
   
National Poultry Improvement Plan -- NPIP
Official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection -- OCVI (valid for 30 days)
   
Pullorum-Typhoid -- PT
Test Tuberculosis -- TB
 
SPECIES
VIOLATION
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION INTRASTATE (Within State)
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION INTERSTATE (Import into State)
ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY*
All Animals
Use of forged, altered or counterfeited documents as required in Title 5C, F.A.C.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Movement of animals showing signs of illness or dead animals unless accompanied by a valid Carcass Haulers Permit or prior permission number from the Division of Animal Industry.
Quarantine back to originating premise and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry for dead animals unless accompanied by a valid Carcass Haulers Permit or a prior permission number from the Division of Animal Industry. All other animals showing signs of illness, contact the Division of Animal Industry.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Illegal Importation
N/A
Quarantine and Administrative Fine.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Movement or commingling of animals in violation of quarantine.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $1,000 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Failure to allow records inspection
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Failure to test or maintain records as required by Title 5C, F.A.C.
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $500 per animal
     
    
3rd $1,500 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Failure to allow access or testing of animals for contagious or infectious disease.
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000.
All Animals
No valid carcass hauler permit in accordance with Section 585.147, FS.
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Failure to report a dangerous transmissible disease to the State Veterinarian as required under Section 585.19, FS.
Administrative Fine
N/A
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals
Concealing, removing or attempting to conceal or remove an animal that is known or suspected of being afflicted or suffering from a disease or pest designated on the department's dangerous transmissible disease list as required under Section 585.18, FS.
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Quarantine to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
All Animals (Except poultry and deer--see below).
No prior permission number as required in Title 5C-3, F.A.C.
N/A
Allow entry into state. Division of Animal Industry will contact issuing veterinarian. Issue an Advisory Notice.
1st Notice of Non-Compliance
     
    
2nd Notice of Non-Compliance
     
    
3rd and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- refuse entry into state.
Cattle (Unidentified)
Failure by an Approved Livestock Facility accepting cattle to: tag as an Approved Tagging Site; place into designated “slaughter only” sale channels; deny entry to the market.
Administrative Fine
Administrative Fine
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation
Cattle (Unidentified)
Failure by an Approved Livestock Facility or Purchaser to timely submit complete and accurate records required by subparagraph 5C-31.004(2)(a)3., or 5C-31.004(2)(b)4., or 5C-31.004(2)(b)7., F.A.C.
Administrative Fine
Administrative Fine
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation
Cattle (Unidentified)
Failure by an Approved Livestock Facility or Purchaser to retain the information required by subparagraph 5C-31.004(2)(a)4., or 5C-31.004(2)(b)5., or 5C-31.004(2)(b)8., F.A.C.
Administrative Fine
Administrative Fine
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation
Cattle (Unidentified)
Failure of Purchaser of unidentified Cattle to tag Cattle in accordance with subparagraph 5C-31.004(2)(a)3., F.A.C.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation
Cattle (Unidentified)
Failure of Purchaser to provide the Premises Identification Number to Approved Livestock Facility as required by subparagraph 5C-31.004(2)(b)2., F.A.C.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation
Cattle (Identification)
Failure to have Official Individual Identification.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd 100 per animal per violation
 
Failure to prevent commingling with Cattle under separate ownership.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
Quarantine to origin or destination until animals are officially identified and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd 100 per animal per violation
Cattle and Bison (Bovine)
No ID, or invalid OCVI /no OCVI.
N/A
Quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal
     
    
2nd $50 per animal
     
    
3rd $100 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal. Refuse entry into state.
Cattle and Bison (Bovine)
No tuberculosis (TB) or brucellosis test in accordance with paragraph 5C-3.004(2)(b), F.A.C.
N/A
Refuse entry into state if consigned to a show, sale or exhibition.
1st Warning Letter.
     
   
All other shipments--quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Deer (Cervidae)
No OCVI or prior permission.
Quarantine back to premises of origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state. Interstate import of Cervidae is not permitted in accordance with Rule 68A-4.0051 F.A.C., unless exempt as provided in subsections 68A-4.0051(1)-(2), F.A.C.
1st $1,000 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
Dogs or Cats
No OCVI, incomplete or expired OCVI.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $500 increments up to $10,000 animal.
Dogs or Cats
Falsifying OCVI with information from out of state OCVI.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
Dogs or Cats
Forging, altering, or misrepresenting OCVI.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
Dogs or Cats
Failure to have current rabies vaccination on ‘of age’ animal on OCVI. “Of age” is defined as four (4) months in accordance with Section 828.30(1), F.S., and over three (3) months for animals offered for sale in accordance with Section 828.29(1)(b), F.S.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $500 per animal
     
    
3rd $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1000 increments up to $10,000 per animal; refuse entry into state.
Dogs or Cats
Failure to wait 14 days after vaccinations to ship animal for sale into state in accordance with Section 828.29(1)(a), F.S.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st Warning Letter; Referral to DBPR.
     
    
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000; Cease and Desist Order.
Goats and Sheep (Caprine and Ovine)
No ID as required in subsection 5C-29.002(1), F.A.C. (USDA scrapie tags--required unless consigned to a USDA-approved livestock market).
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $25 per animal
     
    
2nd $50 per animal
     
    
3rd $100 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Goats and Sheep (Caprine and Ovine)
No OCVI/invalid OCVI.
N/A
Quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal
     
    
2nd $50 per animal
     
    
3rd $100 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal. Refuse entry into state.
Goats and Sheep (Caprine and Ovine)
No TB test or brucellosis test.
N/A
Refuse entry into state if consigned to a show, sale, or exhibition.
1st Warning Letter.
     
   
All other shipments--quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Goats and Sheep (Caprine and Ovine)
No disease-free statement provided by issuing veterinarian, as required in paragraph 5C-3.005(1)(b), F.A.C.
N/A
Issue an Advisory Notice.
Notice of Non-Compliance.
Horses (Equine)
No EIA test, outdated EIA test, EIA not accurate/legible, or EIA does not match horse.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state if consigned to a show, sale or exhibition. All other shipments-refuse entry into state; or at owner's request and expense, call a Florida accredited veterinarian to test for EIA, and quarantine to destination pending outcome of the test and Administrative Fine.
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Horses (Equine)
No OCVI, invalid OCVI, or OCVI does not match the horse.
N/A
Call a Florida veterinarian to issue OCVI, at owner's expense, and allow entry. If no veterinarian is available, then quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Horses (Equine)
No Equine Piroplasmosis (EP) test or treatment if from endemic area.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin.
Refuse entry into state.
N/A
Horses (Equine)
No temperature reading on OCVI.
N/A
Allow entry into state and issue an Advisory Notice.
Notice of Non-Compliance.
Horses (Equine)
Failure to maintain requirements for an approved Equine Infectious Anemia Quarantine Premises in accordance with Rule 5C-18.007 F.A.C., or Equine Piroplasmosis Quarantine Premises in accordance with Rule 5C-14.006, F.A.C.
Administrative Fine.
N/A
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Horses (Equine)
Failure to maintain requirements or standards for an approved Contagious Equine Metritis (CEM) Quarantine Facility in accordance with Rule 5C-22.004, F.A.C.
Maintain quarantine and Administrative Fine.
N/A
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $500 per animal
     
    
3rd and subsequent violations within 36 months, $1,000 fine per animal and revoke Approval of CEM Quarantine Facility.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
No ID as defined in subsection 5C-21.002(24), F.A.C., or OCVI/invalid OCVI.
N/A
Quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
1st $25 per animal
     
    
2nd $50 per animal
     
    
3rd $100 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal. Refuse entry into state.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
No pseudorabies or brucellosis test in accordance with subsection 5C-3.007(3), F.A.C.
N/A
Refuse entry into state if consigned to a show, sale or exhibition.
1st Warning Letter.
     
   
All other shipments--quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
2nd $100 per animal
     
    
3rd $500 per animal
     
    
4th $1,000 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $1,000 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
Movement without Feral Swine Dealer Card.
Quarantine to destination and Administrative Fine.
N/A
1st $25 per animal
     
    
2nd $50 per animal
     
    
3rd $100 per animal; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
Unlicensed Feral Swine Holding Facility.
Animals quarantined on premises and Administrative Fine.
N/A
1st Warning Letter.
     
    
2nd $25 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
4th $100 per animal per violation; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
Movement of feral swine to non-listed premises.
Quarantine to origin or destination premises and Administrative Fine.
Refuse entry into state.
1st $25 per animal per violation
     
    
2nd $50 per animal per violation
     
    
3rd $100 per animal per violation; subsequent violations within 36 months in $100 increments up to $10,000 per animal.
Pigs (Swine/Porcine)
Feeding non-sterilized raw garbage to swine in accordance with subsection 5C-11.017(1), F.A.C.
Quarantine on premises and Administrative Fine.
N/A
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
Poultry (Avian)
No OCVI/invalid OCVI, PT test, Avian Influenza test, Exotic Newcastle Disease test, or NPIP/VS 9-3 in accordance with Rule 5C-3.012, F.A.C.
N/A
Refuse entry into state.
N/A
Poultry (Avian)
No Avian Influenza test if Rule 5C-16.021, F.A.C., is in effect.
Quarantine back to Premises of Origin.
N/A
Notice of Non-Compliance
Poultry (Avian)
No prior permission number with OCVI for poultry originating from a state with no premises under quarantine for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) or Exotic Newcastle Disease (END).
N/A
Allow entry to a single destination and quarantine.
1st Quarantine
     
    
2nd Quarantine
     
    
3rd and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- refuse entry into state.
Poultry (Avian)
No prior permission number with OCVI for poultry originating from a state with premises under quarantine for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) or Exotic Newcastle Disease (END).
N/A
Refuse entry into state.
N/A
Laboratory Documents
Altering, forging, or misrepresenting a document as an official state document from FDACS laboratory.
Administrative Fine.
Administrative Fine.
1st $500 per animal
     
    
2nd $2,500 per animal
     
    
3rd $5,000 per animal
     
    
4th and subsequent violations within 36 months of last violation -- $10,000 per animal.
*  The penalties in Table #1 are listed in the order that they will apply with each succeeding violation.
 
(4) Resolution of Violations, Settlement, and Additional Enforcement Remedies -- The Department and person charged with a violation may agree to resolve violations prior to an administrative hearing, or enter into settlement pursuant to Section 120.57(4), F.S. The penalties addressed in this rule shall not be construed to limit the authority of the Department to resolve violations prior to or after initiation of any administrative action or to settle with any party. The Department shall utilize all available remedies to ensure compliance including administrative action, civil actions, settlements, and referrals for criminal prosecution. The Department shall enforce a failure to comply with an agreement to resolve violations or a settlement agreement with the penalties and remedies provided in the agreement and as authorized by Chapters 120 or 570 and 585, F.S.

 

 

Credits

Adopted May 24, 2010. Amended Feb. 19, 2014; Sept. 4, 2014; Jan. 11, 2017.

Authority: 570.07(23), 585.002(4), 585.08(2)(a) FS. Law Implemented 570.07(15), 570.36(2), 585.003, 585.007(1), 585.08(2)(a), 585.145(1), (2), 585.16, 585.18, 585.19, 585.23, 585.40 FS.

5C-30.004. Incorporated Materials.

(1) For purposes of Sections 585.08 and 585.145, F.S., and pursuant to this rule, a Department representative who is not at a department interdiction station and who executes a Notice of Quarantine shall utilize form FDACS-09030 Rev. 12/09, Notice of Quarantine. A Department representative at a Department interdiction station shall issue FDACS-09163 Rev. 12/09, Notice of Quarantine -- Interdiction Stations or FDACS-09239 Rev. 12/09, Refuse Entry Notice -- Interdiction Stations. A Department representative shall post FDACS-09090 Rev. 12/09, Quarantine Sign, at the location of the animal quarantine. This sign shall not be removed by anyone other than a Department representative. When the Department determines that the threat of disease ceases to exist and/or animal health requirements have been met, a Department representative will provide notification that the quarantine has been released and is no longer in effect by issuing FDACS-09028 Rev. 12/09, Release of Quarantine.

(2) When an Advisory Notice is prescribed by rule for a particular violation, a Department representative shall issue FDACS-09238 Rev. 12/09, Advisory Notice -- Interdiction Stations.

(3) USDA APHIS Permit for Movement of Restricted Animals, VS Form 1-27 (JUN 89) and USDA APHIS Report of Sales of Hatching Eggs, Chicks, and Poults, VS Form 9-3 (OCT 2011) may be obtained from the United States Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop SSOP, Washington, D.C. 20402-9328.

(4) The following documents are hereby incorporated by reference. Copies of these documents may be obtained from the Division of Animal Industry, 407 South Calhoun Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0800 or online as indicated.

(a) Release of Quarantine, FDACS-09028, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03307.

(b) Notice of Quarantine, FDACS-09030, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03306.

(c) Quarantine Sign, FDACS-09090, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03305.

(d) Notice of Quarantine -- Interdiction Stations, FDACS-09163, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03304.

(e) Advisory Notice -- Interdiction Stations, FDACS-09238, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03303.

(f) Refuse Entry Notice -- Interdiction Stations, FDACS-09239, Rev. 12/09, http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03302.

(g) USDA APHIS Permit for Movement of Restricted Animals, VS Form 1-27 (JUN 89), http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03301.

(h) USDA APHIS Report of Sales of Hatching Eggs, Chicks, and Poults, VS Form 9-3 (OCT 2011), http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-03300.

Credits

Adopted May 24, 2010. Amended Feb. 19, 2014.

Authority: 570.07(23), 585.002(4), 585.08(2)(a) FS. Law Implemented 570.07(15), 570.36(2), 585.003, 585.08(2)(a), 585.145(1),(2), 585.16, 585.23, 585.40 FS.

 

 

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