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Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor | Richard A. Ball, Commissioner
 
 

CHAPTER 1 MILK CONTROL 29.3

 

PART 29

 

BULK TANK MILK COLLECTORS AND HAULERS

- OFFICIAL ORDER NO.136 -

(Statutory authority: Agriculture and Markets Law, 254, 255)

 

Sec.

29.1 Licensing requirements

29.2 Records

29.3 Reports

Historical Note

Part (29.1 - 29.3) filed Jan. 9, 1962 eff. April 1, 1962.

 

29.1 Licensing requirements.

 

No tank truck collecting and transporting milk from bulk tank installations on dairy farms shall be operated unless the owner or operator thereof is licensed pursuant to section 257 of the Agriculture and Markets Law.

 

Historical Note

Sec. filed Jan 9, 1962; amd. filed July 22, 1971 eff. July 22, 1971.

 

29.2 Records.

 

The operator of each such bulk tank hauling facility or route shall keep a detailed record of the quantity of milk received from each source and the quantity delivered to each destination. Such records shall be kept at a designated location for a period of at least three years, and shall be made available for examination or audit by any duly authorized representative of the commissioner. Such records shall include the full name and address of each producer from whom milk was received, his cooperative affiliation, if any, and such other records as the commissioner may deem necessary. The disposal of all samples to be tested for butterfat content shall also be thus recorded.

 

Historical Note

Sec. filed Jan 9, 1962; eff. April 1, 1962.

 

29.3 Reports.

 

The operator of each bulk tank hauling facility or route shall file with the commissioner such reports as may be required from time to time.

 

Historical Note

Sec. filed Jan. 9,. 1962 eff. April 1, 1962.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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