Organization of the Board of Animal Health
Public Records Request Procedure
Procedure for Oral Proceedings on Rule-Making
Procedure for Issuing Declaratory Opinion
Animal Care Fund
Chronic Wasting Disease
Disposition of Dead Animals
Equine Infectious Anemia
Animal Rabies Control
Bovine Trichomoniasis Control
Quarantine and Stand-still Orders
Regulations – Chapter 21 – Quarantine and Stand-still Orders
The State Veterinarian or his designee shall have the power and authority to issue such quarantines and stand-still orders as he may deem to be necessary or desirable to prevent, control or eradicate all contagious and infectious diseases of animals and poultry. Such quarantines and stand-still orders may restrict the entry into Mississippi or the intrastate movement of any animals or poultry, dead or alive, as well as any vehicles, animal litter, animal feed, cooked or uncooked food, bedding, equipment, structures, clothing and any other products that may contain infectious materials. Such quarantines and stand-still orders may apply to locations or premises, as well as to animals, poultry and physical objects.
Source: Miss. Code Ann. §69-15-9.