2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 4 - AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
Section 4:4-22 - Pasteurization before delivery for feeding purposes

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 4:4-22 (2017)

4:4-22. Pasteurization before delivery for feeding purposes

Every owner, operator or manager of a cheese factory, creamery, skimming station or other place where milk is received and the by-products distributed, shall, before returning to or delivering to any person any skim milk, whey, buttermilk, or other milk by-products to be used for feeding purposes for farm animals, cause such skim milk, whey, buttermilk, or other milk by-products to be thoroughly pasteurized by heating the same to one hundred forty-five degrees Fahrenheit and holding at that temperature for not less than thirty minutes, or to one hundred eighty-five degrees without holding. This section shall not apply to cheese factories or creameries that pasteurize the milk or cream prior to manufacture.

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