2014 Iowa Code
SECTION 579A.1 - Definitions.

IA Code § 579A.1 (2014) What's This?

579A.1  Definitions.

As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:

1.  “Cattle” means an animal classified as bovine, regardless of the age or sex of the animal.

2.  “Custom cattle feedlot” means a feedlot where cattle owned by a person are provided feed and care by another person.

3.  “Custom cattle feedlot operator” means the owner of a custom cattle feedlot or the owner’s personal representative.

4.  “Feedlot” means a lot, yard, corral, building, or other area in which cattle are confined and fed and maintained for forty-five days or more in any twelve-month period.

5.  “Lien” means a custom cattle feedlot lien created in section 579A.2.

6.  “Personal representative” means a person who is authorized by the owner of a custom cattle feedlot to act on behalf of the owner, including by executing an agreement, managing a custom cattle feedlot, filing a financing statement to perfect a lien, and enforcing a lien under this chapter.

7.  “Processor” means the same as defined in section 202B.102.

95 Acts, ch 59, §2; 99 Acts, ch 169, §7, 8, 22, 24; 2001 Acts, ch 25, §1, 2

Referred to in §579B.7

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