ATCP 10.22(1)(a)1.b. b. Notwithstanding the exception in subd. 1. a., a certificate of veterinary inspection under this section shall include the official individual identification of steers imported for rodeos, recreational events, shows, or exhibitions.
ATCP 10.22(1)(a)2. 2. A report of any negative brucellosis test required under sub. (2).
ATCP 10.22(1)(a)3. 3. A report of any negative tuberculosis test required under sub. (5).
ATCP 10.22(1)(a)4. 4. A Wisconsin import permit number, if an import permit is required under sub. (3) or (5).
ATCP 10.22(1)(a)5. 5. If the animal is imported to an approved import feed lot, the feed lot permit number assigned to that feed lot under sub. (9).
ATCP 10.22(1)(a)6. 6. Any other information required under this section.
ATCP 10.22(1)(b) (b) Exemptions. A certificate of veterinary inspection is not required under par. (a) for any of the following:
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)1. 1. An animal imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)2. 2. An animal imported directly to a federally approved livestock marketing facility under s. ATCP 10.07 (4).
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: ATCP 10.07 (4) (c) prohibits the operator of a federally approved livestock marketing facility from releasing an imported bovine animal to a location in this state unless the animal meets bovine import requirements under this chapter. Animals shipped directly to slaughter are exempt from certain import requirements that would otherwise apply.
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)3. 3. An animal imported directly to a veterinary facility for treatment, provided that all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)3.a. a. The animal is returned to its place of origin immediately following treatment.
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)3.b. b. There is no change of ownership while the animal is in this state.
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)3.c. c. The animal is not required to be tested under s. ATCP 10.22 (2) or 10.22 (5).
ATCP 10.22(1)(b)4. 4. An animal returning directly to its place of origin in this state following treatment in a veterinary facility outside this state, provided that the animal was shipped directly to the veterinary facility and there was no change of ownership while the animal was outside the state for veterinary treatment.
ATCP 10.22(2) (2)Brucellosis test.
ATCP 10.22(2)(a) (a) Requirement. Except as provided in par. (b), no person may import a bovine animal into this state unless the animal tests negative on a pre-import brucellosis test. Except as provided in par. (c), the pre-import brucellosis test shall be conducted not more than 30 days before the animal enters this state.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b) (b) Exemptions. Paragraph (a) does not require a pre-import brucellosis test for any of the following animals:
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)1. 1. An animal imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)2. 2. An animal originating from a brucellosis-free state or nation, unless testing is required under s. ATCP 10.07 (1) (b).
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)3. 3. An animal originating from a certified brucellosis-free herd.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)4. 4. An animal imported directly to a federally approved livestock marketing facility under s. ATCP 10.07 (4).
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)5. 5. A steer or official spayed heifer.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)6. 6. A calf under 6 months old originating from a brucellosis class A state.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)7. 7. An official vaccinate under 20 months old originating from a brucellosis class A state.
ATCP 10.22(2)(b)8. 8. Feeder cattle originating from a brucellosis class A state that are imported directly to an approved import feed lot.
ATCP 10.22(2)(c) (c) Test method. A laboratory approved by the department or the federal bureau shall conduct a brucellosis test under par. (a). The laboratory shall conduct the test using the tube, plate, or buffered acidified plate antigen (BAPA) test method, or another test method approved by the department.
ATCP 10.22(3) (3)Import from brucellosis class B or C states.
ATCP 10.22(3)(a)(a) Import permit required. Except as provided in par. (b), no person may import a bovine animal originating from a brucellosis class B or C state unless the department issues a permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2) authorizing that import shipment.
ATCP 10.22(3)(b) (b) Exceptions. Paragraph (a) does not apply to any of the following:
ATCP 10.22(3)(b)1. 1. An animal imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(3)(b)2. 2. An animal originating from a certified brucellosis-free herd.
ATCP 10.22(3)(b)3. 3. A steer or official spayed heifer.
ATCP 10.22(4) (4)Brucellosis reactors; import restricted. No person may import a brucellosis reactor into this state, except that a reactor originating from an adjacent state may be imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter if all the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(4)(a) (a) The department issues an import permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2) that identifies the animal as a brucellosis reactor imported for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(4)(b) (b) Brucellosis reactors from this state may be imported to that adjacent state for slaughter under equivalent terms and conditions.
ATCP 10.22(5) (5)Tuberculosis test.
ATCP 10.22(5)(a) (a) Requirement. Except as provided in par. (b), no person may import a bovine animal into this state unless the animal tests negative on a pre-import tuberculosis test. The pre-import tuberculosis test shall be conducted not more than 60 days before the animal enters this state.
ATCP 10.22(5)(b) (b) Exemptions. Paragraph (a) does not require a pre-import tuberculosis test for any of the following:
ATCP 10.22(5)(b)1. 1. An animal imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(5)(b)3. 3. Feeder cattle imported directly to an approved import feed lot.
ATCP 10.22(5)(b)4. 4. An animal originating from an accredited tuberculosis-free state or nation unless the state veterinarian requires a tuberculosis test under s. ATCP 10.07 (1) (b).
ATCP 10.22(5)(b)5. 5. An animal originating from an accredited tuberculosis-free herd if the animal is accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection that includes the tuberculosis-free herd certification number of the herd of origin and the date on which the herd of origin was last tested for tuberculosis.
ATCP 10.22(5)(b)6. 6. Veal calves that qualify under par. (c).
ATCP 10.22(5)(c) (c) Veal calves. Veal calves qualify for the exemption under par. (b) 6. if all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(5)(c)1. 1. The veal calves are imported solely for feeding prior to slaughter.
ATCP 10.22(5)(c)2. 2. The veal calves are less than 30 days old on the import date.
ATCP 10.22(5)(c)3. 3. 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(5)(c)4. 4. 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(5)(c)5. 5. An import permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2) authorizes the import shipment.
ATCP 10.22(6) (6)Imports from tuberculosis modified accredited states or modified accredited zones.
ATCP 10.22(6)(a) (a) Import requirements. Except as provided in par. (g), no person may import a bovine animal originating from a tuberculosis modified accredited state or a modified accredited zone in a state which has split multiple tuberculosis statuses as determined by USDA, other than a bovine animal imported directly to a slaughtering establishment for slaughter, unless all of the following apply:
ATCP 10.22(6)(a)1. 1. The animal is imported pursuant to an import permit under s. ATCP 10.07 (2).
ATCP 10.22(6)(a)2. 2. The animal is accompanied by a valid certificate of veterinary inspection under par. (b).
ATCP 10.22(6)(a)3. 3. The animal originates from a herd that has tested negative on a whole herd tuberculosis test, unless the animal is a veal calf that is exempt under par. (f). The whole herd test shall be conducted within 12 months prior to the import date, and shall include every animal in the herd that is at least 12 months old.
ATCP 10.22(6)(a)4. 4. The animal has tested negative on a tuberculosis test conducted within 60 days prior to the import date.
ATCP 10.22(6)(a)5. 5. The animal is not imported to an animal market.
ATCP 10.22 Note Note: USDA rules for interstate shipment of animals may specify a different time period for tuberculosis testing prior to interstate shipment. An importer must comply with USDA rules. However, compliance with USDA rules does not excuse a violation of subd. 4.
ATCP 10.22(6)(b) (b) Certificate of veterinary inspection. A certificate of veterinary inspection under par. (a) 2. shall include all of the following information:
ATCP 10.22(6)(b)1. 1. The import permit number under s. ATCP 10.07 (2).
ATCP 10.22(6)(b)2. 2. The negative whole herd tuberculosis test result, if any, required under par. (a) 3.
ATCP 10.22(6)(b)3. 3. The individual test result required under par. (a) 4.
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 or a modified accredited zone 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 or a modified accredited zone 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.
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Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.