PART I. Bureau of Animal Health and Diagnostic Services
    Chapter 1. Meat Hygiene   (View pdf)
    Chapter 3. Health Requirements for Importation and Intrastate Transportation of Animals   (View pdf)
    Chapter 3a. Temporary Guidelines for the Importation and Intrastate Transportation of Cervids and Camelids—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 5. Animal Markets   (View pdf)
    Chapter 7. Brucellosis Regulations   (View pdf)
    Chapter 8. Appraisal and Indemnity for Diseased Animals   (View pdf)
    Chapter 9. Control and Eradication of Tuberculosis of Livestock   (View pdf)
    Chapter 10. Pseudorabies Disease   (View pdf)
    Chapter 11. Johne’s Disease   (View pdf)
    Chapter 12. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 13. Poultry Hygiene   (View pdf)
    Chapter 15. Control and Eradication of Pullorum Disease   (View pdf)
    Chapter 16. Rabies Prevention and Control   (View pdf)
    Chapter 17. Miscellaneous Provisions   (View pdf)
    Chapter 17a. Interim Guidelines for Approval of Optional Training Programs for Humane Society Police Officers—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 19. Poultry Haulers and Dealers   (View pdf)
    Chapter 20. Conditions and Requirements Under Which Domestic Animals May be Offered as Prizes   (View pdf)
 PART II. Dog Law Enforcement Bureau
    Chapter 21. General Provisions; Kennels; Licensure; Dog-Caused Damages   (View pdf)
    Chapter 23. Funding for Local Dog Control Programs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 25. Reimbursement for Humane Disposition of Dogs and Reimbursement for Losses   (View pdf)
    Chapter 27. Dangerous Dogs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 28. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 28a. Commercial Kennel Canine Health Regulations   (View pdf)
    Chapter 28b. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 28c. Commercial Kennel Ventilation Requirements for Areas Where Puppies Are Housed in Primary Enclosures with a Dam or Foster Dam—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
 PART III. Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Services
  Subpart A. Solid Foods
    Chapter 31. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 35. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 37. Frozen Foods   (View pdf)
    Chapter 39. Frozen Desserts Standards   (View pdf)
    Chapter 41. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 43. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 45. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 46. Food Code   (View pdf)
    Chapter 47. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 49. Shellfish   (View pdf)
  Subpart B. Liquid Foods
    Chapter 53. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 55. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 57. Milk and Dairy Products—General Provisions   (View pdf)
    Chapter 59. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 59a. Milk Sanitation   (View pdf)
    Chapter 61. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 63. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
  Subpart C. Miscellaneous Provisions
    Chapter 71. Commercial Feed   (View pdf)
    Chapter 72. Pet Food   (View pdf)
    Chapter 73. Fertilizers   (View pdf)
    Chapter 75. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 76. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 77. Sale and Manufacture of Whey   (View pdf)
    Chapter 78. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 79. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 80. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 81. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 82. Seasonal Farm Labor Camps   (View pdf)
 PART IV. Bureau of Market Development
    Chapter 83. Preparation of Frozen and Liquid Eggs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 85. Egg Certification   (View pdf)
    Chapter 87. Standards for Grading and Marketing Eggs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 88. Egg Refrigeration Requirements   (View pdf)
    Chapter 93. Controlled Atmosphere Storage for Apples   (View pdf)
    Chapter 95. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 96. Standards of Quality for Grading and Classifying Grapes, Potatoes, Apples and Peaches   (View pdf)
    Chapter 97. Container Standards   (View pdf)
    Chapter 99. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 100. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 101. Standards for Grading Veal Calves   (View pdf)
    Chapter 102. Pennsylvania Agricultural Fair Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 103. Referendums   (View pdf)
    Chapter 104. Enforcement of Marketing Programs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 105. Pennsylvania Agricultural Product Promotion Matching Grant Program—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 106. Aquaculture Development Plan   (View pdf)
 PART V. Bureau of Plant Industry
    Chapter 108. Agricultural Liming Materials   (View pdf)
    Chapter 110. Noxious Weeds   (View pdf)
    Chapter 111. Seed Testing, Labeling and Standards   (View pdf)
    Chapter 113. General Provisions for Seed Certification   (View pdf)
    Chapter 115. Standards for Seed Certification   (View pdf)
    Chapter 117. Bee Shipments   (View pdf)
    Chapter 118. Nurserymen, Dealers and Nursery Agents   (View pdf)
    Chapter 119. Inspection and Certification of Nursery Stock   (View pdf)
    Chapter 120. Fruit Tree Improvement Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 122. Certification of Virus-Tested Geraniums   (View pdf)
    Chapter 123. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 125. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 127. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 128. Pesticides   (View pdf)
    Chapter 128a. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 128b. CHEMSWEEP Pesticide Disposal Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 129. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130a. Soil Conditioners and Plant Growth Substances   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130b. Nutrient Management Certification   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130c. Sustainable Agriculture Programs   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130d. Application of Soil and Groundwater Contaminated with Agricultural Chemicals to Agricultural Lands   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130e. Commercial Manure Hauler and Broker Certification   (View pdf)
    Chapter 130f. Odor Management Certification   (View pdf)
 PART V-A. Rules of Procedure
    Chapter 131. Rules of Practice and Procedure   (View pdf)
    Chapter 133. New or Amended Pari-Mutual License Applications—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
 PART V-B. Bureau of Rural Affairs
    Chapter 135. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
 PART V-C. Farmland and Forest Land
    Chapter 136. Sewer and Water Line Assessment Exemption   (View pdf)
    Chapter 137. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 137a. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 137b. Preferential Assessment of Farmland and Forest Land under the Clean and Green Act   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138a. Family Farm Development Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138b. Agricultural Entrepreneur Development Program—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138c. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138d. Agricultural Technology Loan Program— Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138e. Agricultural Conservation Easement Purchase Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138f. Agricultural and Rural Youth Organization Grant Program Guidelines—Statement of Policy   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138g. [Reserved]   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138h. Agricultural Land Conservation Assistance Grant Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138i. Farm Safety and Occupational Health Tuition Assistance Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138j. Farm Safety and Occupational Health Developmental and Instructional Program Grants   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138k. Farm Safety and Occupational Health Grant Program   (View pdf)
    Chapter 138l. Agricultural Security Area Program.   (View pdf)
 PART V-D. Amusement Rides and Amusement Attractions
    Chapter 139. Amusement Rides and Attractions Erected Permanently or Temporarily at Carnivals, Fairs and Amusement Parks   (View pdf)
    Chapter 139a. Safety Standards for Bungee Jumping   (View pdf)
 PART VI. Milk Marketing Board
    Chapter 141. Preliminary Provisions   (View pdf)
    Chapter 143. Transactions between Dealers and Producers   (View pdf)
    Chapter 144. Electronic Methods for Testing Milk for Fat and Component Content   (View pdf)
    Chapter 145. [Reserved].   (View pdf)
    Chapter 146. Transactions Between Dealers and Customers   (View pdf)
    Chapter 147. Records and Reports   (View pdf)
    Chapter 149. Uniform System of Accounts   (View pdf)
    Chapter 150. Milk Marketing Fees   (View pdf)
    Chapter 151. Security Funds, Bonding and Alternative Security   (View pdf)
 PART VII. Bureau of Government Donated Food
    Chapter 160. State Food Purchase Program   (View pdf)

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