"Cervidae" means animals that are members of the family Cervidae and includes, but is not limited to, white-tailed deer, mule deer, red deer, elk, moose, caribou, reindeer, and muntjac.
"Farmed cervidae" means cervidae that are:
(1) raised for any purpose; and
(2) registered in a manner approved by the Board of Animal Health.
"Owner" means a person who owns or is responsible for the raising of farmed cervidae.
"Herd" means all cervidae:
(1) maintained on common ground for any purpose; or
(2) under common ownership or supervision, geographically separated, but that have an interchange or movement of animals without regard to whether the animals are infected with or exposed to diseases.