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     81-3-212. Exceptions. Section 81-3-211 does not apply to livestock:
     (1) being transported through the state in interstate commerce without leaving the custody of the carrier;
     (2) when driven on the hoof and not moved by means of any motor vehicle, trailer, horse-drawn vehicle, or boat by the owner from one county to an adjoining county within the state onto land owned or controlled by the owner of livestock so moved for the purpose of pasturing, feeding, or changing the range thereof;
     (3) when driven on the hoof or moved by means of a motor vehicle, trailer, horse-drawn vehicle, or boat by the owner from one county to an adjoining county within this state onto land owned or controlled by the owner of livestock without leaving land owned or controlled by the owner when moved for the purpose of pasturing, feeding, or changing the range thereof;
     (4) when driven on the hoof from one county to an adjoining county within this state for the purpose of delivery to a licensed public market by a person who has been the owner of that livestock for a period of at least 3 months;
     (5) from one county to be consigned to, and which actually reaches, a licensed livestock market located in another county of the state at which the department regularly maintains a stock inspector and for which a market consignment permit has been obtained in a manner provided by law;
     (6) being transported to a veterinarian for health treatment and returned to their original premises if certification of treatment by the attending veterinarian accompanies the livestock on their return.

     History: En. 46-801.3 by Sec. 104, Ch. 310, L. 1974; R.C.M. 1947, 46-801.3; amd. Sec. 6, Ch. 166, L. 1989.

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