A person may not operate a feeding premises or a garbage truck unless the person has a permit from the board. Permits must be renewed annually by June 30. Prior to issuance of a permit to operate a feeding premises or garbage truck, an application from the operator must be filed with the board, the feeding premises and garbage trucks must be inspected by the board within 30 days prior to issuance of the permit, and the board must determine that the operator and feeding premises meet the requirements in parts 1721.0590 to 1721.0660. The categories of permits for feeding premises are:
Class A permits for feeding premises where garbage containing meat or refuse of any character that may have been in contact with meat may be fed to livestock; and
Class B permits for feeding premises where only garbage not containing meat or refuse of any character that may have been in contact with meat may be fed to livestock.
Violations of the requirements of parts 1721.0590 to 1721.0660 pertaining to the feeding of garbage to livestock or any requirement specified in parts 1721.0100 to 1721.0740 or Minnesota Statutes, chapter 35, by an applicant or permit holder shall constitute grounds for the board to deny an application for a Class A or Class B permit for feeding premises or to revoke such a permit. The board shall notify the applicant or permit holder of the right to appeal the board's initial determination under the Administrative Procedure Act, Minnesota Statutes, chapter 14.
MS s 35.03
April 4, 2013
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