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  267.690.  Exposed animals released for slaughter, when. — Sheep, goats or cattle at a market or dealer's premises that are known to have been exposed to scabies may be released for consignment to slaughter under permit without dipping, when an inspection indicates freedom from any clinical evidence of the disease.  Consignment may only be to a federal or state approved slaughtering establishment within the state of Missouri under a slaughter permit issued by the state veterinarian or his representative or the veterinarian approved for the market.


(L. 1961 p. 26 § 7)

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