3 edition of Livestock laws of Kansas found in the catalog.
Livestock laws of Kansas
Kansas. Livestock Sanitary Commissioner.
|Statement||Issued by the State livestock sanitary commissioner, Will J. Miller, commisioner.|
|Contributions||Yetter, Culver D., 1873-|
|LC Classifications||SF58.K3 A5 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||41052959|
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Livestock Laws Reform Commission is a Missouri Non-Profit Corporation filed on December 5, The company's filing status is listed as Dissolved Nonprofit and its File Number is N The Registered Agent on file for this company is James L. Fries and is located at East Armour Boulevard, Kansas City, MO Location: Missouri (MO). National Agricultural Law Center All 50 states have enacted statutes that address issues of livestock running at large and the fences that may or may not be required to keep them confined. These “fence law” statutes can vary widely from state to state. Many states require owners of livestock to secure the livestock on property that they own.
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Kansas Statutes Chapter —LIVESTOCK AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS Article 1.—STOCK RUNNING AT LARGE Repealed. This is FindLaw's hosted version of Kansas Statutes Chapter Livestock and Domestic Animals. Use this page to navigate to all sections within Chapter Livestock and Domestic Animals.
Expand sections by using the arrow icons. Definitions. [See Revisor's Note] As used in the Kansas pet animal act, unless the context otherwise requires: (a) "Adequate feeding" means supplying at suitable intervals, not to exceed 24 hours, a quantity of wholesome foodstuff suitable for the animal species and age, and sufficient to maintain a reasonable level of nutrition in each animal.
Get this from a library. livestock brand book of the State of Kansas. [Kansas. Animal Health. Livestock Brand Division.] -- This is the sixth brand book, or record of livestock brands, issued by the Livestock Brand Division of the Kansas Animal Health Department.
See Kansas Statutes (a) Whenever the owner or the owner’s authorized agent allows any livestock to run at large, in violation of K.S.A.and amendments thereto, and such livestock remains on the propertyof another person, at the request of such person upon whose property the livestock are running at large, the sheriff of the county in which such livestock are running at large.
These Kansas statutes comprise the state's dog laws. Among the provisions include licensing of dogs, specific laws that outline the care of dogs in kennel situations, and laws pertaining to dogs who endanger livestock. KS - Ecoterrorism Livestock laws of Kansas book Chapter Livestock and Domestic Animals.
- In other states, however, courts have said the law allows farmers to pursue and kill predator dogs, even though the danger has passed. For example, the Kansas Supreme Court said that, “within a reasonable time” after the dog harassed livestock and fled the property, a farmer could chase and shoot it (McDonald v.
Bauman, P.2d (Kan. "Under the old Kansas fence law, if livestock did trespass within a lawful enclosure, the stock owner was strictly liable for the damages caused by his livestock.
The simple fact that the livestock had trespassed within a lawful enclosure was enough to impose liability on the cattleman. This portion of the Kansas fence law survives even today.
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A special investigator assists local law enforcement with lost, stray and stolen livestock, coordinating investigations between agencies and victims. Brand Inspection While brand inspection is not mandatory in Kansas, the state has six contract brand inspectors.
10 Crazy Laws in Kansas That Will Leave You Shaking Your Head. I get that some laws are made for a reason but some other laws. C’mon. Every state seems to have their own set of quirky (or downright weird) decrees, and Kansas is no exception.
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Hundreds of miles of fence have been repaired and replaced in Kansas over the last two years thanks to wildfires in and Kansas state fence laws have evolved. All owners or persons in charge of property or livestock will care for, guard, protect, and preserve, as Kansas State Fair does not undertake to do so, and will not be held responsible for any loss, shrinkage, or damage to said property or livestock of the owners or exhibitors.
Protecting Your Interest. Throughout the pandemic and beyond, KLA’s goal always is to protect the interests of its over 5, members. This is done through member input and by adhering to member-driven policy. Brand book, (Kansas City, Mo., I.
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Terms Used In Kansas Statutes Feed: means commercial feeds, feed ingredients, mineral feeds, drugs, animal health products, supplements, customer-formula feeds or other products, including grain, that are used for feeding livestock.
See Kansas Statutes ; Lien: means a lien for the unpaid retail cost of agricultural production input. Note: To access the Kansas Statutes Annotated which have been authenticated in accordance with the law, see the current printed bound volumes of the Kansas Statutes Annotated and the current printed volumes of the Cumulative Supplement to the Kansas Statues Annotated as published by the Office of Revisor of Statutes.
kansas department of wildlife, parks & tourism regulations Select the topic you are interested in on the menu on the left or download the complete file below. KDWPT statutes are primarily listed in Chapter Under Kansas law, there is no liability for an injury to or the death of a participant in domestic animal activities resulting from the inherent risks of domestic animal activities, pursuant to K.S.A.
through You are assuming the risk of participating in this domestic animal activity.The commissioner may make other distribution of brand books and supplements without charge, to Kansas licensed veterinarians and licensed public livestock market operators, when he deems such distribution desirable and an aid to the effective administration of the brand laws of this state.
Said books may be sold to the general public at a price.