| FSIS Ante-Mortem Requirements Relative to Disposition of Non-Ambulatory Disabled (NAD) Bovine Animals
- 9 CFR 309.2 - Livestock suspected of being diseased or affected with certain conditions; identifying suspects; disposition on post-mortem inspection or otherwise.
Docket No. FSIS-2008-0022
Final Rule: Requirements for the Disposition of Cattle that Become Non-Ambulatory Disabled Following Ante-mortem Inspection
- FSIS Notice 29-09 - Discuss Requirements at the Next Weekly Meeting for the Disposition of Cattle That Become Non-Ambulatory Disabled Following Ante-Mortem Inspection (Apr 16, 2009)
This notice covers discussion with the establishment of the "final rule" regarding dispositions of downer cattle including establishment notification of the PHV or other off-line inspection personnel when cattle become non-ambulatory disabled after passing ante-mortem inspection effective April 17, 2009.
askFSIS Current Questions and Answers Relative to "Non-Ambulatory Disabled" or "NAD"