ATCP 10.22(6)(b)4. 4. The official individual identification number of the imported animal.
ATCP 10.22(6)(c) (c) Post-import testing. The owner of a bovine animal imported to this state from a tuberculosis modified accredited state shall have the animal tested for tuberculosis not less than 60 days nor more than 90 days after it is imported. This testing requirement does not apply to any of the following:
ATCP 10.22(6)(c)1. 1. Feeder cattle that are exempt under par. (e).
ATCP 10.22(6)(c)2. 2. Veal calves that are exempt under par. (f).
ATCP 10.22(6)(c)3. 3. Bovine animals imported pursuant to the requirements in par. (g).
ATCP 10.22(6)(d) (d) Post-import confinement. Bovine animals imported from a tuberculosis modified accredited state may not be removed from the premises at which they are first received in this state unless one of the following applies:
ATCP 10.22(6)(d)1. 1. The animals test negative for tuberculosis under par. (c).
ATCP 10.22(6)(d)2. 2. The animals are shipped directly from the premises to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(6)(d)3. 3. The animals were imported directly to a show or exhibition in this state, and are returned directly from that show or exhibition to their state of origin.
ATCP 10.22(6)(e) (e) Feeder cattle; exemption from post-import testing. Paragraph (c) does not apply to feeder cattle imported solely for feeding prior to slaughter if all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(6)(e)1. 1. The feeder cattle are confined to the premises at which they are first received in this state, until they are shipped to slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(6)(e)2. 2. The feeder cattle, when shipped to slaughter, are accompanied by a completed federal bureau form VS 1-27 or by a department permit under s. ATCP 10.08 (3).
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: Federal bureau form VS 1-27 must be completed by an accredited veterinarian, an authorized state animal health official, or the federal bureau.
ATCP 10.22(6)(f) (f) Veal calves; exemption from source herd testing and post-import testing. Paragraphs (a) 3. and (c) do not apply to veal calves imported solely for feeding prior to slaughter, if all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(6)(f)1. 1. The veal calves are less than 30 days old on the import date.
ATCP 10.22(6)(f)2. 2. The veal calves are confined to the premises at which they are first received in this state, until they are shipped to slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(6)(f)3. 3. The veal calves, when shipped to slaughter, are accompanied by a completed federal bureau form VS 1-27 or by a department permit under s. ATCP 10.08 (3).
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: Federal bureau form VS 1-27 must be completed by an accredited veterinarian, an authorized state animal health official, or the federal bureau.
ATCP 10.22(6)(g) (g) Bovine animals from an accredited free zone. No person may import bovine animals from an accredited free zone in a state which has split multiple tuberculosis statuses as determined by USDA unless all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(6)(g)1. 1. The state which has split multiple zones as determined by USDA requires all bovine animals to be identified with a USDA approved electronic official individual identification number before the animals leave the farm of origin.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: Currently, USDA has approved a 15-digit eartag, starting with the US code “840", which is an electronic form of official individual identification.
ATCP 10.22(6)(g)2. 2. The animals are accompanied by a valid certificate of veterinary inspection that includes all of the following:
ATCP 10.22(6)(g)2.a. a. The official individual identification number of each of the animals.
ATCP 10.22(6)(g)2.b. b. A statement that the animals have tested negative on a tuberculosis test within 60 days prior to the import date, or the animals originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd or the animals are feeder cattle imported directly to an approved import feed lot.
ATCP 10.22(7) (7)Tuberculosis reactors and suspects; import restricted.
ATCP 10.22(7)(a)(a) Tuberculosis reactors. No person may import a tuberculosis reactor into this state, except that a tuberculosis reactor may be imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter if the department issues an import permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2) that identifies the animal as a tuberculosis reactor imported for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(7)(b) (b) Tuberculosis suspects. No person may import a tuberculosis suspect into this state until the suspect status is resolved, except that a tuberculosis suspect may be imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter if the department issues a written import permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2) that identifies the animal as a tuberculosis suspect imported for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(7m) (7m)M-branded bovines; import restricted. No person may import an M-branded bovine animal into this state unless the bovine animal is imported directly from Mexico or goes directly to a slaughter facility. If a bovine animal is imported directly from Mexico, the complete destination herd must be quarantined upon arrival of the M-branded animal and the herd will remain quarantined until the imported bovine animal is negative on a tuberculosis test conducted not sooner than 60 days after the date of importation into the state.
ATCP 10.22(8) (8)Johne's disease reactors; import. No person may import to this state a bovine animal that is a Johne's disease reactor unless the animal is imported in compliance with 9 CFR 80.
ATCP 10.22(9) (9)Approved import feed lot.
ATCP 10.22(9)(a)(a) Permit. The department may issue an annual permit designating a feed lot as an approved import feed lot for purposes of this section. A permit expires on June 30 annually.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: A feed lot is not required to hold an approved import feed lot permit under this subsection. However, feeder cattle imported directly to an approved import feed lot are exempt from certain import restrictions and pre-import testing requirements, as provided in this section.
ATCP 10.22(9)(b) (b) Permit application. To obtain an approved import feed lot permit, a feed lot operator shall submit an application on a form provided by the department. The application shall identify the location of the feed lot by street address and county, or if the address is not available, by county, town, and section, and shall include other relevant information required by the department, including the feed lot's livestock premises code under ch. ATCP 17. The application shall include a nonrefundable fee of $140. The department shall grant or deny a permit application within 30 days after a complete application is filed with the department.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: A person may obtain an import feed lot application form by calling (608) 224-4889, by visiting the department website at http://datcp.wi.gov, or by writing to the following address:
ATCP 10.22 Note Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
P.O. Box 8911
Madison, WI 53708-8911
ATCP 10.22(9)(c) (c) Requirements. An approved import feed lot shall meet all of the following requirements:
ATCP 10.22(9)(c)1. 1. Feeder cattle shall be enclosed so they cannot commingle with any other cattle on the premises.
ATCP 10.22(9)(c)2. 2. Feeder cattle may not share feeding or watering facilities with other animals.
ATCP 10.22(9)(c)3. 3. The feed lot shall be devoid of vegetation.
ATCP 10.22(9)(c)4. 4. All feeder cattle, except steers and official spayed heifers, shall have official individual identification.
ATCP 10.22(9)(d) (d) Removing feeder cattle. Except as specifically authorized by the department in writing, no feeder cattle may be removed from an approved import feed lot except to a licensed slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(9)(e) (e) Records. The operator of an approved import feed lot shall keep complete and accurate records of all feeder cattle entering and leaving the feed lot. The operator shall retain the records for at least 5 years after the feeder cattle leave the feed lot, and shall make them available for inspection and copying by the department upon request. Records shall include all of the following:
ATCP 10.22(9)(e)1. 1. A record of each feeder cattle shipment received, including the date of receipt, the number of feeder cattle included in the shipment, the official individual identification of each animal included in the shipment, the name and address of the shipper, and the address from which the shipment originated. No official individual identification record is required for steers and official spayed heifers.
ATCP 10.22(9)(e)2. 2. A record of each feeder cattle shipment leaving the feed lot, including the date of shipment, the number of feeder cattle included in the shipment, the official individual identification of each animal included in the shipment, and the name and address of the person receiving the shipment. No official individual identification record is required for steers and official spayed heifers.
ATCP 10.22(9)(e)3. 3. A record of any feeder cattle that died at the feed lot, including each animal's official individual identification and date of death. No official individual identification record is required for a steer or official spayed heifer.
ATCP 10.22(10) (10)Intermediate livestock handling facility; facility approval; movement permit.
ATCP 10.22(10)(a)(a) Definition. In this subsection, “shipment" means one or more truckloads of cattle from the same source premises which are transported on the same day for delivery to the same intermediate handling facility prior to slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(10)(b) (b) Facility approval required. The department may issue an approval designating a facility as an approved intermediate livestock handling facility for purposes of this section. No facility may be approved as an intermediate livestock handling facility unless the operator of the facility holds an agreement with the federal bureau for a livestock facility at that location for handling livestock in interstate commerce pursuant to 9 CFR 71, 75, 78, 79, and 85 (January, 2011).
ATCP 10.22(10)(c) (c) Facility approval application. To obtain approval for an intermediate livestock handling facility, a facility operator shall submit an application on a form provided by the department. The application shall identify the location of the facility to be approved by street address and county, or if the address is not available, by county, town, and section, and shall include other relevant information required by the department, including the facility's livestock premises code under ch. ATCP 17. The department shall grant or deny an application within 60 days after a complete application is filed with the department. The department may conduct any inspections it deems necessary.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: A person may obtain an intermediate livestock handling facility application form by calling (608)224-4872, by visiting the department website at http://datcp.wi.gov, or by writing to the following address:
ATCP 10.22 Note Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
P.O. Box 8911
Madison, WI 53708-8911
ATCP 10.22(10)(d) (d) Facility requirements. An approved intermediate livestock handling facility shall meet all of the following requirements:
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)1. 1. Cattle may not be held more than 7 days at the facility and ownership of the cattle may not be transferred by the operator during that 7 days.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)2. 2. Cattle transported in vehicles closed with official seals may not enter the facility.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)3. 3. Cattle may not enter the facility except pursuant to a movement permit issued under par. (f).
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)4. 4. Cattle may not be released from the facility except pursuant to the movement permit issued under par. (f) and may only be released directly to slaughter at the original slaughter destination facility listed in the movement permit.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)5. 5. Each shipment of cattle shall be kept separated, in pens, from other shipments of cattle while in the intermediate livestock handling facility. No cattle may be added to a pen holding cattle from a separate shipment delivered to the facility under a separate movement permit.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)6. 6. The approved intermediate livestock handling facility premises shall be medically separated from any premises or pens holding breeding or feeder cattle.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)7. 7. Serviceable cleaning and disinfecting equipment shall be furnished, maintained, and used as necessary in the facility.
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)8. 8. A sign shall be posted at all facility entrances and exits stating: “All cattle entering this facility are only released directly to slaughter."
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)9. 9. The operator of an intermediate livestock handling facility shall keep complete and accurate records of all cattle entering and leaving the facility organized by movement permit number. The operator shall retain the records for at least 5 years after the cattle leave the facility, and shall make the records available for inspection and copying by the department or the federal bureau upon request. Records shall include all of the following:
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)9.a. a. A record of each cattle shipment received, including the date of receipt, the number of cattle in the shipment, the name and address of the shipper, the name and address from which the shipment originated, any official individual identification of any animal in the shipment, any documents related to any animal in the shipment, and the movement permit number issued under par. (f).
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)9.b. b. A record of each bovine animal leaving the facility, including the date the animal left, the number of cattle included in the truckload, the name and address of the shipper, the name and address of the person receiving the cattle, any official individual identification of any bovine animal in the truckload, and the movement permit number issued under par. (f).
ATCP 10.22(10)(d)9.c. c. A record of any cattle that died in the facility, including the date of death, any official individual identification on the animal that died, any document related to the animal that died including necropsy or test result reports, the movement permit number under which the animal entered the facility, and the final disposition of the carcass.
ATCP 10.22(10)(e) (e) Movement permit. No person may move animals into or out of an approved intermediate livestock handling facility except pursuant to a movement permit from the department under par. (f).
ATCP 10.22(10)(f) (f) Movement permit application. To obtain a movement permit, a facility operator shall submit an application on a form provided by the department. The application shall be submitted to the department before any animals listed in the permit application are delivered to the facility. The application shall include the name and street address of the approved intermediate livestock handling facility accepting delivery of the cattle shipment, the breed and quantity of animals in the shipment, the name and street address of the origin of the shipment, the name and street address of the slaughtering establishment destination for the shipment, and the name and address of the shipper. The operator of the facility may make the application by fax or email. The permit shall be evidenced by a unique movement permit number. The department may issue the movement permit number in paper, verbal, or electronic form. The movement permit number shall be recorded on the movement permit by the department or the facility operator, as applicable.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: A person may obtain a movement permit application form by calling (608)224-4872, by visiting the department website at http://datcp.wi.gov, or by writing to the following address:
ATCP 10.22 Note Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
P.O. Box 8911
Madison, WI 53708-8911
ATCP 10.22 History History: CR 06-009: cr. Register September 2006 No. 609, eff. 10-1-06; CR 07-061: am. (9) (b) Register June 2008 No. 630, eff. 7-1-09; CR 07-107: r. and recr. (5) (b) 4., cr. (7m), am. (9) (b) Register November 2008 No. 635, eff. 12-1-08; CR 11-048: am. (1) (b) 1., 3., (3) (a), r. (5) (b) 2., am. (5) (b) 4. b., cr. (5) (c) 5., am. (6) (title), (a) (intro.), cr. (6) (c) 3., (6) (g), am. (9) (c) 4., cr. (9) (e) (title), (10) Register July 2012 No. 679, eff. 8-1-12; CR 13-058: renum. (1) (a) 1. to (1) (a) 1. a. and am., cr. (1) (a) 1. b., am. (10) (a), (d) 9. b. Register March 2014 No. 699, eff. 6-1-14; correction in (1) (a) 1. b. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register March 2014 No. 699; correction in (9) (e) 3. made under s. 35.17, Stats., Register March 2014 No. 699; CR 15-092: am. (1) (a) 5., (b) 2., (2) (b) 4., 8., (5) (b) 3., consol. (5) (b) 4. (intro.) and (a) and renum. to (5) (b) 4. and am., r. (5) (b) 4. b., am. (6) (g) 2. b., (7m), (9) (title), (a), (b), (c) (intro.), 3., (d), (e) (intro.) 2., 3., (10) (c) Register July 2016 No. 727, eff. 10-1-16.
subch. IV of ch. ATCP 10 Subchapter IV — Swine
ATCP 10.25 ATCP 10.25Swine pseudorabies; vaccination.
ATCP 10.25(1)(1)Permit.
ATCP 10.25(1)(a)(a) No person may vaccinate swine in this state for pseudorabies unless the owner of those swine holds a vaccination permit from the department.
ATCP 10.25(1)(b) (b) To obtain a vaccination permit under par. (a), an owner of swine shall apply on a form provided by the department. The department shall grant or deny an application within 5 business days after the department receives a complete application.
ATCP 10.25(1)(c) (c) The department may issue a vaccination permit under par. (a) if the department finds that the swine have been infected with or exposed to pseudorabies, or are at risk for pseudorabies. The vaccination permit shall identify a licensed veterinarian who is authorized to receive the pseudorabies vaccine, and shall specify the number of authorized doses. The vaccination shall be performed by, or under the direction of, the licensed veterinarian.
ATCP 10.25(2) (2)Vaccine label. No person may sell, distribute or possess any pseudorabies vaccine in this state unless the vaccine container is labeled with the name and address of the vaccine manufacturer.
ATCP 10.25(3) (3)Sales restricted.
ATCP 10.25(3)(a)(a) Except as provided in par. (b), no person may distribute pseudorabies vaccine to a retail purchaser or user in this state, other than a licensed veterinarian identified in a vaccination permit under sub. (1). The number of doses of vaccine distributed to the licensed veterinarian may not exceed the number of doses specified in the permit.
ATCP 10.25(3)(b) (b) The department may issue a permit authorizing a veterinarian licensed in this state to purchase pseudorabies vaccine for use in swine outside the state. The department shall grant or deny a permit application within 5 business days after the department receives a written application from a veterinarian licensed in this state. The veterinarian shall record, and file with the department on a monthly basis, the number of doses of vaccine purchased for use outside the state, the location of each herd on which the vaccine was used, and the name and address of the herd owner.
ATCP 10.25(3)(c) (c) A person who distributes pseudorabies vaccine to a veterinarian in this state shall file a report with the department within 15 days after the vaccine is delivered to the veterinarian. The report shall specify the name and address of the veterinarian, the date of delivery, and the amount of vaccine delivered.
ATCP 10.25 History History: CR 06-009: cr. Register September 2006 No. 609, eff. 10-1-06.
ATCP 10.26 ATCP 10.26Swine pseudorabies; testing and control.
ATCP 10.26(1)(1)Who may collect test sample. A person who collects a pseudorabies test sample, for purposes of this chapter or ch. ATCP 12, shall be one of the following:
ATCP 10.26(1)(a) (a) An accredited veterinarian and, if the accredited veterinarian collects the test sample from swine in this state, a Wisconsin certified veterinarian.
ATCP 10.26(1)(b) (b) An authorized employee or agent of the department or the federal bureau.
ATCP 10.26(2) (2)Test procedure. A pseudorabies test shall comply with the pseudorabies national eradication standards. A laboratory approved by the department or the federal bureau shall conduct laboratory testing.
ATCP 10.26 Note Note: The pseudorabies national eradication standards are on file with the department and the legislative reference bureau. Copies may be obtained from the USDA website at: www.aphis.usda.gov/wps/portal/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth. Copies may also be obtained by writing to the following address:
ATCP 10.26 Note Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
P.O. Box 8911
Madison, WI 53708-8911
ATCP 10.26(3) (3)Reporting test results. A veterinarian who collects pseudorabies test samples from swine in this state shall report the test results to the department and the swine owner, according to s. ATCP 10.04 (1).
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