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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 2. Agriculture
Agency 5. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
10/1/2020

Chapter 195. Prevention and Control of Avian Influenza in the Live-Bird Marketing SystemRead Chapter

Section 10
Preamble
Section 20
Purpose
Section 30
Definitions
Section 40
LBM licensing and training requirements
Section 50
LBM bird testing and recordkeeping
Section 60
LBM sanitation and biosecurity requirements
Section 70
LBM surveillance
Section 80
Handling of LBM positive laboratory results
Section 90
Distribution unit licensing and training requirements
Section 100
Distribution unit bird testing and recordkeeping
Section 110
Distribution unit sanitation and biosecurity requirements
Section 120
Distribution unit surveillance
Section 130
Handling of distribution unit positive laboratory results
Section 140
Production unit licensing and training requirements
Section 150
Production unit bird testing and recordkeeping
Section 160
Production unit sanitation and biosecurity requirements
Section 170
Production unit surveillance
Section 180
Handling of production unit positive laboratory results
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