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MBAH Regulations

Organization of the Board of Animal Health

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Chapter 01

Public Records Request Procedure

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Chapter 02

Procedure for Oral Proceedings on Rule-Making

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Chapter 03

Procedure for Issuing Declaratory Opinion

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Chapter 04

Animal Care Fund

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Chapter 05

Anthrax

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Chapter 06

Chronic Wasting Disease

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Chapter 07

Disposition of Dead Animals

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Chapter 08

Livestock Dealers

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Chapter 09

Livestock Sales

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Chapter 10

Equine Infectious Anemia

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Chapter 11

Exotic Livestock

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Chapter 12

Entry Requirements

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Chapter 13

Poultry

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Chapter 14

Psittacosis Control

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Chapter 15

Reportable Diseases

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Chapter 16

Scrapie Eradication

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Chapter 17

Swine

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Chapter 18

Animal Rabies Control

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Chapter 19

Bovine Trichomoniasis Control

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Chapter 20

Approved Veterinarians

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Chapter 21

Quarantine and Stand-still Orders

Regulations – Chapter 15 – Reportable Diseases

Scope of Rules

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The Mississippi Board of Animal Health elects to participate in the National Animal Health Reporting System (NAHRS) which is designed to report, on a state by state basis, diseases which have an impact on the ability of the United States to export animals and meat products to other countries. Participating in the NAHRS program certifies to other countries that the State of Mississippi has the ability to monitor and control diseases that have an impact on the livestock and poultry industry in Mississippi .

(Adopted June 9, 1999.)

Source: Miss. Code Ann . §69-15-3.

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Therefore, the Mississippi Board of Animal Health hereby adopts the “Office International des Epizooties (OIE) List A and B Diseases”, Covid-19, Chronic Wasting Disease, Tularemia, Plague, Canine Brucellosis, West Nile Virus, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Equine Viral Arteritis, Equine Herpes Myelitis, Equine Strangles, Bovine Trichomoniasis, Undiagnosed mortality events, Undiagnosed neurological diseases of livestock, Abortion Storms of livestock, Vesicular Diseases of Livestock, Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea & Delta Corona Virus of Swine, as reportable to the State Veterinarian by licensed veterinarians and diagnostic laboratories. (Adopted June 9, 1999. Amended September 5, 2002. Amended October 20, 2014; amended August 5, 2016; Amended February 15, 2021.)

Source: Miss. Code Ann . §69-15-3.