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Indiana State Board of Animal Health

BOAH > Meat & Poultry Inspection > Voluntary Inspection of Rabbits Voluntary Inspection of Rabbits

  • Because rabbit inspection is not required according to the Indiana and USDA-FSIS meat inspection acts or regulations, a charge is applicable for inspection.
  • Indiana State Department of Health retail food code requires rabbit offered for retail sale to be inspected.
  • Rabbits are a non-amenable species, therefore can be shipped interstate after MPI inspection.
  • Rabbit products must have approved labels.