Rule 901:1-19-02 | Definitions.
Department means the Ohio department of agriculture.
(B) Official test
An official test for equine infectious anemia is a test conducted at a state or state-federal approved laboratory, which has been approved by the department. Any sample or material submitted for said test must have been obtained by a licensed and accredited veterinarian, or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture, or an employee of the United States department of agriculture, veterinary services.
(C) Report of official test
Any test for equine infectious anemia on a sample from an animal within the state of Ohio must be reported to the Ohio department of agriculture within seven days. The report must be on a form approved by the Ohio department of agriculture and shall provide:
(1) Name and address of owner or bailee;
(2) Location of animal, including county, of where the equine was when the sample was collected;
(3) Date samples collected;
(4) Date samples submitted; and
(5) Identification of each equine sampled, including name, age, sex, color markings, and registration number or tattoo.
(D) Reactor or positive
Any animal with lab results that are positive on a confirmatory test at a state or state-federal approved laboratory.
Any animal demonstrating clinical evidence or symptoms of equine infectious anemia to a licensed accredited veterinarian or representative of the Ohio department of agriculture.
Any animal classed negative to an official test.