No person, pharmacist, company, or corporation located in or outside the state, engaged in the manufacture, wholesale or retail sale, or distribution of antigens used in the detection and diagnosis of diseases of domestic animals may sell or distribute these products to any person located in the state except to veterinarians licensed to practice in the state or to a pharmacist, company, or corporation engaged in the retail sale of those products, who must not sell to a person other than licensed veterinarians.
Unless prior permission has been obtained from the board, no person, pharmacist, company, or corporation may sell or distribute in the state antigens used in the detection and diagnosis of disease of domestic animals unless the products are licensed by the USDA and are in the original unopened container of the manufacturer.
With the exception of item B, this part does not apply to antigens manufactured and sold exclusively for use in poultry; provided, the board shall impose restrictions on the sale, distribution, and use of poultry antigens if deemed necessary to protect the health of livestock and poultry in the state.
MS s 35.03
37 SR 1396
April 4, 2013