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CDFA Animal Health and Food Safety Services Division

California Building Standards Commission (CBSC)

No actions are proposed by the Department of Food and Agriculture, Animal Health and Food Safety Services, at this time. For recent actions taken by the CBSC, please visit their website at: www.bsc.ca.gov.


Informal Hearings

Animal Health and Food Safety Services Division – Informal Hearings proposed amendments under Title 3 of the California Code of Regulations, beginning with section 1310. The Division is accepting written comments regarding this proposal from September 22, 2017 and ending at 5:00 p.m. on November 6, 2017. All written comments must address only the proposed amendments as shown in underline and strikeout format in the regulation text posted below.


For a complete set of California regulations, visit the California Code of Regulations web site.

For Information on regulations pertaining to interstate movement of animals, including California, check the USDA state regulations page.

For more specific questions about California interstate movement regulations, please call 916–651–6278 Monday through Friday 8–5 pm pacific time.

For a complete set of Federal Government Regulations, visit the Code of Federal Regulations web site.

For international regulations call the USDA Veterinary Services office at: 916–854–3900 Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 4:00 or visit the USDA Veterinary Services websites for: Import or Export .

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The California Department of Food and Agriculture strives to support this tradition of innovation and agricultural diversity by working with private industry, academia and public sector agencies. These partnerships allow the department to adapt public policy to a rapidly changing industry — California agriculture.