39-14 COMMERCIAL FEEDS
39-14-1 to 39-14-38. Repealed.
Definition of terms.
Commercial feed license--Requirements--Fees--Application and renewal.
Copies of labels and labeling.
Refusal or cancellation of commercial feed license--Hearings and opportunity to
Tonnage inspection fee on commercial feeds--Exceptions and conditions--Pet food.
Tonnage reports and payment of inspection fees--Records required--Refusal or
cancellation of commercial feed licenses for noncompliance.
Monthly remittance and deposit of inspection fees.
Adulteration by poisonous or deleterious substances.
Adulteration by unsafe additives.
Adulteration by unsafe color additive or new animal drug.
Adulteration by unsafe food additives.
Adulteration by pesticide chemicals.
Adulteration by omission or abstraction of valuable constituents.
Adulteration by failure to meet label representations.
Adulteration by drug not conforming to good manufacturing practice.
Adulteration by weed seed.
Labeling requirements for commercial feed.
Labeling requirements for customer-formula feed.
Label disclosure requirement for all ruminant livestock feed.
Conditions constituting misbranding.
Administration of chapter by secretary of agriculture.
Cooperation by secretary with other agencies.
Rules and regulations--Conformity to national standards.
Publication required before adoption or change of rule or regulation--Automatic
adoption of changes in national standards.
Access of departmental personnel to premises and records.
Entry of premises and inspections by departmental personnel--Restriction on scope
Notice of inspections--Notice of completion.
Warrant for inspection of premises.
Receipt given for samples obtained.
Sampling and analysis methods.
Deficiencies determined by official sample and analysis.
Results of analyses furnished by secretary--Portion of sample furnished on finding
of adulteration or misbranding.
Misuse of confidential information as misdemeanor--Exchange with other
Order withdrawing feed from distribution--Release on compliance--Condemnation
Seizure and disposal of feed in violation--Opportunity to process or relabel.
Judicial review of administrative actions--Form of proceeding.
Injunction to restrain violations of chapter.
Violation as misdemeanor.
Warning in lieu of prosecution for minor violations.
Prosecution by state's attorney--Opportunity for hearing before report of violation.
Publication of information on commercial feeds--Contents.
Severability of provisions.
Title of chapter.
Rules covering exemption from chapter.