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APPROVED RULES

(ii)Facility site address;

(iii)Captivity license number;

(iv)Vehicle or trailer license plate number and state of issuance of the vehicle or trailer used to transport the cervid;

(v)Name, site address, county, state and phone number of the destination facility to which the cervid is exported;

(vi)A copy of the importation permit from the state of the destination facility that names the destination facility to which the animal is to be exported;

(vii)Date of departure;

(viii)Species and sex of each cervid; and

(ix)Tag number(s)for each cervid.

(C)Veterinary treatment. No approval shall be issued for transportation of a cervid to a veterinary clinic out of the state of North Carolina, or for transportation from a facility out of the state of North Carolina to a veterinary clinic in North Carolina.  An applicant from a North Carolina facility seeking to transport a cervid for veterinary treatment to a facility within North Carolina shall contact the Wildlife Telecommunications Center or the Wildlife Management Division of the Commission to obtain verbal authorization to transport the cervid to a specified veterinary clinic and to return the cervid to the facility.  Verbal approval to transport a cervid to a veterinary clinic shall authorize transport only to the specified veterinary clinic and directly back to the facility, and shall not be construed to permit intervening destinations.  To obtain verbal authorization to transport, the applicant shall provide staff of the Commission the applicant's name and phone number, applicant's facility name, site address and phone number, the cervid species, sex and tag numbers, and the name, address and phone number of the veterinary facility to which the cervid shall be transported.  Within five days of transporting the cervid to the veterinary facility for treatment, the licensee shall provide the following information in writing to the Commission, along with a statement and applicant's signature verifying that the information is correct:

(i)Applicant's name, mailing address and telephone number;

(ii)Facility name and site address;

(iii)Captivity license number;

(iv)Vehicle or trailer license plate number and state of issuance of the vehicle or trailer used to transport the cervid;

(v)Date of transportation;

(vi)Species and sex of each cervid;

(vii)Tag number(s)for each cervid;

(viii)Name, address and phone number of the veterinarian and clinic that treated the cervid;

(ix)Symptoms for which cervid received treatment; and

(x)Diagnosis of veterinarian who treated the cervid.

(g)  Slaughter at cervid facility.  Application for a permit for purpose of slaughter at the cervid facility shall be submitted in writing to the Commission and shall include the following information along with a statement and applicant's signature verifying that the information is accurate:

(A)Applicant name, mailing address, and telephone number;

(B)Facility site address;

(C)Captivity license number;

(D)Name and location of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture Diagnostic lab where the head of the cervid is to be submitted for CWD testing;

(E)Date of slaughter;

(F)Species and sex of each cervid; and

(G)Tag number(s) for each cervid.

Permits or authorization may not be sold or traded by the licensee to any individual for the hunting or collection of captive cervids.  Only the licensee may kill a cervid within the cervid enclosure.
(h)  No provision within this Rule other than those that permit transport for export, slaughter or veterinary treatment shall be construed to permit transportation of cervids until restrictions on transportation provided within this Subchapter,  and 15A NCAC 10B .0101 no longer apply.

History Note:Authority G.S. 106-549.97(b); 113-134; 113-272.5; 113-272.6; 113-274;

Eff. February 1, 1976;

Amended Eff. April 1, 1991; September 1, 1990; June 1, 1990; July 1, 1988;

Temporary Amendment Eff. October 8, 2002; May 17, 2002(this temporary rule replaced the permanent rule approved by RRC on June 21, 2001 to become effective in July 2002); July 1, 2001;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2008; December 1, 2005; August 1, 2004.

15A NCAC 10H .0904DISPOSITION OF BIRDS OR

EGGS

(a)  Diseased Birds.  No game bird propagator licensed under this Section shall knowingly sell or otherwise transfer possession of any live game bird that shows evidence of any communicable disease, except that such transfer may be made to a qualified veterinarian or pathologist for examination and diagnosis.  Disposition of any game bird having a communicable disease in a manner not likely to infect wild game bird populations shall be the responsibility of the licensee.
(b)  Waterfowl shall be tested as follows:
(1)Waterfowl shall be tested for Avian Influenza (AI) and Exotic Newcastle Disease (END) by use of serological screening methods and according to the following sample sizes:
<100 birds - test 95% of source flock or shipment
101-200 birds - test 44% of source flock or shipment
201-300 birds - test 26% of source flock or shipment

22:23                                                               NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER                                           JUNE 2, 2008

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