2006 Ohio Revised Code - 953.26. Sale and use of rendering material.
(A) No raw rendering material shall be fed to an avian, equine, ovine, bovine, or porcine animal.
(B) Except as provided in division (C) or (D) of this section, no raw rendering material shall be sold or offered for sale to a person who is not licensed under section 953.23 of the Revised Code unless the material is in a labeled wrapper or is in some other way identified or denatured in a manner approved by the department of agriculture. The label or identification shall state plainly in legible letters at least two inches high that the product is inedible and is not sold or intended for human consumption.
(C) Raw rendering material may be sold or otherwise transferred to a person who operates a mink ranch, dog kennel, zoo, captive wildlife farm, or pet food manufacturing plant and who has written permission from the department to handle raw rendering material.
(D) Raw rendering material may be sold or otherwise transferred to a person who operates a composting facility in accordance with rules adopted by the director of environmental protection under
section 3734.02 of the Revised Code.
HISTORY: 133 v H 260 (Eff 10-22-69); 145 v S 73. Eff 8-10-94.
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