Great blog post defining how the law could impact your business. Here are a few parts of the pending law that impact breeders, owners and even rescue organizations.
Oregon horse owners would be required to apply to the state ag department for an “ownership certificate” for each of their horses.
Anyone trailering a horse within Oregon must stop at least every eight hours for a “rest break.”
The “rest break” would require that the horse be unloaded for at least six hours and fed and watered.
Oregon horse sellers must provide buyers with a signed and dated state ag department transfer form.
When an equine trader buys a horse, they have to get a notarized bill of sale, a state ownership certificate and a completed transfer form. They must also provide the seller with a receipt.
The state ag department has to keep a registry and a public list of all Oregon horse rescues.
The state ag department can regulate the adoption and sale of wild horses and horses sold or adopted by rescues.
The blog links also has contact numbers to shares your thoughts to law makers about this proposed law and a little bit of how this law started.
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