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3-614 - Sale of products from diseased cow; classification
3-614. Sale of products from diseased cow; classification
A. No person engaged in the production or manufacture of milk or milk products shall sell, give away, exchange or barter any milk or milk products in a raw, unpasteurized or unsterilized state, from a cow afflicted with a disease dangerous to human health or life, after knowledge thereof, or after receiving notice of the presence of the disease in the cow from the associate director or the state veterinarian.
B. A person may market milk or milk products through channels or methods which insure, to the satisfaction of the associate director, that such milk or milk products will be thoroughly and effectively pasteurized or sterilized before being offered to the consuming public as food. A person violating this section is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.