81-2-209. When no indemnity. (1) The owner of an animal or property destroyed under this chapter is entitled to indemnity, except in the following cases:
(a) animals belonging to the United States;
(b) animals brought into this state that violate this chapter or rules of the department;
(c) animals that the owner or claimant knew to be diseased or had notice of the disease at the time they came into the owner's or claimant's possession;
(d) animals that had the disease for which they were slaughtered or that were destroyed because of exposure to the disease at the time of their arrival in this state. However, a class 2 animal shipped into this state under department rules and accompanied by the proper certificate of health from a recognized state or federal veterinarian may be paid for when payment is authorized by the department.
(e) animals that have not been in this state for at least 120 days before the discovery of the disease. However, class 2 animals that have not been in the state for 120 days may be paid for when payment is authorized by the department.
(f) when the owner or agent has not used reasonable diligence to prevent disease or exposure to disease;
(g) when the owner or agent has not complied with the rules of the department with respect to animals condemned;
(h) when animals condemned are not destroyed within 60 days after they are determined to be affected with or exposed to a disease that requires them to be destroyed by order of the department.
(2) Compensation or indemnity will not be paid for the destruction of livestock affected with tuberculosis or other infectious, contagious, communicable, or dangerous disease unless the entire herd or band of affected livestock is under the supervision of the department for the eradication of the disease.