Designation of Livestock for Farming Purposes made under clause 13(a) of the




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Designation of Livestock for Farming Purposes

made under clause 13(a) of the

Livestock Health Services Act

S.N.S. 2001, c. 8

N.S. Reg. 132/2002 (October 23, 2002)

I, Ernest L. Fage, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, pursuant to clause 13(a) of Chapter 8 of the Acts of 2001, the Livestock Health Services Act, designate the following types of livestock as livestock for farming purposes, for the purpose of the Act and regulations:


(a) cattle;
(b) sheep;
(c) swine;
(d) goats;
(e) poultry and rabbits kept in captivity for purposes of food production;
(f) chinchilla, fox, mink and rabbit kept in captivity for the purpose of fur production pursuant to a permit issued under Part XX, Sections 189 to 194 of the Agriculture and Marketing Act;
(g) deer farm animals as defined in clause 2(i) of the Deer Farming and Marketing of Deer Products Regulations, made pursuant to the Wildlife Act;
(h) game animals as defined in clause 2(i) of the Game Farming Regulations made pursuant to the Wildlife Act.

Dated at Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 23, 2002.


Sgd. Ernest L. Fage

Honourable Ernest L. Fage

Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries

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Note:

“deer farm animal” is currently defined in clause 2(i) of the Deer Farming and Marketing of Deer Products Regulations as follows:


(i) “deer farm animal” means
(i) an elk having the scientific name Cervus canadensis,
(ii) a red deer having the scientific name Cervus elaphus,
(iii) a fallow deer having the scientific name Dama dama, or
(iv) a sika deer having the scientific name Cervus nippon,
that is held in captivity at a licensed deer farm for the purpose of producing animal products, and that is of at least third generation captive stock from a commercial licensed premises;

“game animal” is currently defined in clause 2(i) of the Game Farming Regulations as follows:


(i) “game animal” means a member of
(i) the species of wild boar having the scientific name Sus scrofa,
(ii) the species of bison having the scientific name Bison bison,
(iii) the species of emu belonging to the scientific order Casuariiformes,
(iv) the species of ostrich belonging to the scientific order Struthiformes,
(v) the species of rhea belonging to the scientific order Rheiformes,
that is held in captivity for the purpose of sale, barter, exchange, preservation, consumption, and propagation.

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