2016 Utah Code
Title 4 - Utah Agricultural Code
Chapter 25 - Estraying and Trespassing Animals
Section 1 - Definitions.

UT Code § 4-25-1 (2016) What's This?
Effective 5/12/2015
4-25-1. Definitions.
For the purpose of this chapter:
  • (1)
    • (a) "Estray" means:
      • (i) an unbranded sheep, cow, horse, mule, ass, or domestic mink found running at large;
      • (ii) a branded sheep, cow, horse, mule, ass, or domestic mink found running at large whose owner cannot be found after reasonable search; or
      • (iii) a swine found running at large whose owner cannot be found after reasonable search.
    • (b) "Estray" does not mean any unweaned animal specified in this section that is running with its mother.
  • (2) "Feral swine" means any species, or hybrid species:
    • (a) of the family Suidae, including the European boar, the Eurasian boar, the Russian boar, a feral hog, or a domestic pig;
    • (b) that is not conspicuously identified by an ear tag or other form of visual identification; and
    • (c) that is roaming freely upon public land or private land without the permission of the landowner.
  • (3) "Swine" means any domesticated species of the family Suidae that is conspicuously identified by an ear tag or other form of visible identification.


Amended by Chapter 105, 2015 General Session

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