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The Legal effect of this registration is unknown, because there has been nothing
like it before, permanent federal registration of citizens property, linked to an issue
(animal ownership)that carries potential liabilities.

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According to the United States Department of Agriculture The first step in implementing a national animal identification system (NAIS) is identifying and registering premises that are associated with the animal agriculture industry. In terms of the NAIS a premise is any geographically unique location in which agricultural animals are raised held or boarded. Under this definition farms ranches feed-yards auction barns and livestock exhibitions and fair sites are all examples of premises.That may be the definition some government bureaucrat will give you but the word premises under the international Criminal Court Act 2002- Sect 4states: The word premises includes a place and a conveyance. Why check with the International Criminal Court Act? Because on June 82007 under Secy. Of Ag. Bruce Knight speaking at the World Pork Expo in Des Moines is quoted as saying We have to live by the same international rules were expecting other people to do.Throughout the entire Draft National Animal Identification System Users Guide land is referred to as a premises and not property. A Premises has no protection under the Constitution of the United States while property always has the exclusive rights of the owner tied to it. Property rights are protected by the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution. The word Premise is a synonym for the word tenement. A definition of the word tenement in law is: Property such as land held by one person leasing it to another. Websters New World Dictionary 1960 College Edition defines Premises as the part of a deed or lease that states its reason the parties involved and the property in conveyance. Webster then defines conveyance as the transfer of ownership of real property from one person to another. It is quite obvious that the bureaucrats in Washington had a very good reason to use the term premises and never mention PROPERTY. "http://www.newswithviews.com/brownfield/brownfield59.htm" Wouldn't you like some clarification before signing up?

The word premises is a synonym for the word tenement. A definition of the word tenement in law is: "Property, such as land, rents, or franchises, held by one person leasing it to another.
 
Black's Law Dictionary, premises, in the context of estates and property, means: lands and tenaments, buildings, an estate, the subject matter of a conveyance, land and appurtenances thereto.

Registration means recording, enrolling, inserting in an official register.

Register (v.) means to record formally and exactly.

Page 22 The New User Guide-USDAThe Truth about Premises Identification, Before you sign up did they release this information to you? premises identification number, or PIN, is then assigned to that location associating it with the mailing address. Page 22 The New User Guide It is important to remember that the premises identification number (PIN) is assigned to a geophysical location. If an owner or entity sells his/her farm, the next operators of the premises use the original premises identification number that had been assigned to that location. If the seller buys a new location to build a new operation that never had livestock, he/she would register that location and obtain a new premises identification number It will carry with the land forever unless its paved over. That means this PIN must be disclosed when selling the property. Will the PIN have an negative or positive affect on the property in regards to the selling or buying of the property?

No Mis-Information, No Half Truths, No Mis-Understanding, Just Facts Taken from the USDA National Animal Identification System Draft Strategic Plan 2005-2009 Each premises will be identified with a unique seven-character identifier, or a premises identification number.Serious questions you need to ask and demand answers to: 1: What is the legal nature of the contract that I enter into when I sign up for a U.S. Premises Identification Number? 2: Does the U.S. Premises Identification Number, "cloud" the title to my property? 3: When I get a U.S. Premises Identification Number, does my farm become subject to the regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture?

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Part II: Premises Registration
Page 22 New NAIS User Guide

PREMISES IDENTIFICATION NUMBERING SYSTEM
A premises identification number (PIN) is a unique, 7-digit code that includes both letters and numbers. Example: A123R69
The owner of the premises, or a person designated by the owner of the premises, can register his/her location.
A premises identification number, or PIN, is then permanently assigned to that location associating it with the mailing address. If there is no mailing address at the property, geographic coordinates—latitude and longitude—can be used instead to describe the location.
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 The goal of the NAIS is to be able to identify all animals Components, and premises that have had contact with a foreign or domestic and Guiding animal disease of concern within 48 hours after discovery. Summary Page DSP
 
Premises registration Summary Page DSP
July 2005: All States capable of premises registration.  Summary Page DSP
April 2007: Premises registration and animal identification “alerts”.
• January 2008: Premises registration and animal identification
required. Summary Page
 
Develop information and supporting systems for premises registration and animal identification and tracking; Summary Page DSP
 
Under the proposed plan, all locations that hold, manage, or board animals will be required to have a unique Premises Identification Number by January 2008. Page 3 DSP
 
The first priority is to identify locations that hold and manage livestock with the nationally unique, 7-character Premises Identification Number. States and Tribes administer premises registration. Page 8 DSP
 
Producers that have registered their premises may obtain official identification devices with the Animal Identification Number (AIN). page 8 DSP
 
the initial record of which premises receives tags also provides NAIS with information to determine the origin of the animal. or where the animal was first
tagged. Page 8 DSP
 
Producers with species identified as groups or lots may use their premises number to establish the official Group/Lot Identification of their animals. Page 8 DSP
 
USDA anticipates that adequate advances in the NAIS will continue to occur, and it will enact regulations by early 2008, requiring stakeholders to identify their premises and animals. At that time, all animals leaving their current premises must be identified with the AIN or Group/Lot ID. Page 8 DSP
 
Summer 2005: Taking into consideration all of the public input received through the listening sessions and comments on the ANPR and draft standards document, USDA will begin drafting a proposed rule that will establish new regulations for requiring premises to be NAIS Strategic Plan – DRAFT Critical Issues registered and for animals to be identified and tracked according to NAIS standards. Page 8 & 9 DSP
 
July 2006: USDA will publish a proposed rule establishing new requirements for premises registration and animal identification that follow NAIS standards. (The rule may define rolling effective dates, allow for delays in implementation as producers transition from scrapie ID to NAIS AINs, etc.) Premises registration and animal identification according to NAIS standards will be required by
January 2008.
Page 10 DSP
 
Fall 2007: USDA will publish the final rule establishing mandatory animal identification and premises registration requirements. Page 10 DSP
 
January 2008: Final rule requiring premises registration and animal identification as defined under NAIS program standards will become effective. Page 10 DSP
 
Premises identification: To track animals, we must know where they are born and where they could be moved. Therefore, identifying locations that manage or hold animals, referred to as premises, is the starting point of the NAIS. Each premises will be identified with a unique seven-character identifier, or a premises identification number. Page 12 DSP
 
To track animals as they move from premises to premises, Page 12 DSP
 
As animals move from one premises to another Page 12 DSP
 
The premises number of the receiving location, Page 12 DSP
 
In keeping with the gradual approach, the transition from voluntary to mandatory will occur in phases. An extensive communication “alert” for mandatory premises registration and animal identification is targeted for April 2007. Page 14 DSP
 
The 9-month campaign provides a period during which everyone can acclimate
to the new requirements for premises registration and animal identification beginning in January 2008. Page 14 DSP
 
The Federal government is providing the standards, national databases, and basic infrastructure. States and Tribes will register premises within their areas. Page 14 DSP
 
Premises registration: July 2005: All States operational Page 16 DSP
 
Premises Registration: April 2006: Performance measure:  25% of all premises registered Page 16 DSP
 
Premises registration: April 2007: Premises registration “alert” (scaled up communication campaign to create awareness of January 2008 requirements for premises registration). Page 16 DSP
 
Premises registration: January 2008: All premises registered with enforcement (regardless of livestock movements). page 17 DSP
 
NAIS Timeline 2005 2006 2007 2008 Initiate “840” ID # Animal Identification   (Please note that 840 is a global number)
AIN Fully Operational ICVI Fully Operational Premises Registered“Alert Page 17 DSP
 
All States Operational Premises Registration 25% Prems Registered Animal Tracking Build IT and Data Collection Infrastructure NAIS Page 17 DSP
 
2009 Mandatory Premises Registration Animal ID “Alert Page 17 DSP
 
Plans are formulated for a reliable system of determining the number of animals and the number of premises in the State. Page 18 DSP
 
Require the registration of premises where animals reside that are susceptible to known foreign animal diseases or diseases with State or Federal eradication
programs; and Page 18 DSP
 
Stage II: Premises Identification The State has implemented a premises registration system that is compliant with the NAIS data standards. Page 19 DSP
 
35 percent of the qualifying premises in the State are registered, and that information has been reported to the National Premises Information Repository Page 19 DSP
 
The State has a requirement that registered premises update the contact information at least annually Page 19 DSP

80 percent of the qualifying premises in the State are registered, and that information has been reported to the National Premises Information Repository. Page 19 DSP
 
95 percent of the qualifying premises in the State are registered, and that information has been reported to the National Premises Information Repository.
Page 19 DSP
 
100 percent of the qualifying premises in the State are registered, and that information has been reported to the National Premises Information Repository.
Page 20 DSP  Who said NAIS is "Voluntray"?
 
Once the NAIS is fully implemented, producers should be able to register
their premises and then contact a USDA-approved Animal Identification Number
Manager to obtain official AIN Tags. Page 20 DSP
 
 
Premises registration and animal identification by January 2008 Page 21 DSP
 
Develop and implement components of the National Premises Registration System Page 21 DSP
 
Develop and deliver training for the premises and animal identification systems provided by APHIS Page 22

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Premises Registration will be an "Official" USDA unique seven Character identifier.
 
In the New User Guide it states on Page 22:
The premises identification number (PIN) is assigned permanently to a geophysical location. If an owner or entity sells his/her farm, the next operators of the premises use the original premises identification number that had been
assigned to that location. If the seller buys a new location to build a new operation that never had livestock, he/she would register that location and obtain a new premises identification number (PIN).

Premises Identification = Encumbrance

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