Nebraska Revised Statute 54-1,128
Brand with brand recorded or registered in another state; application for out-of-state brand permit; contents; fee; violation; penalty.
(1) An owner may brand cattle with a brand recorded or registered in another state when:
(a) Cattle are purchased at a livestock auction market licensed under the Livestock Auction Market Act or congregated at another location approved by the Nebraska Brand Committee;
(b) The cattle will be imminently exported from Nebraska;
(c) The cattle are branded at the livestock auction market or other approved location; and
(d) An out-of-state brand permit has been obtained prior to branding the cattle.
(2) An application for an out-of-state brand permit shall be made to a brand inspector and shall include a description of the brand, a written application, and a fee not to exceed fifty dollars as determined by the Nebraska Brand Committee. A brand inspector shall evaluate and may approve an out-of-state brand permit within a reasonable period of time.
(3) Cattle branded under an out-of-state brand permit shall remain subject to all other brand inspection requirements under the Livestock Brand Act.
(4) A violation of this section is an infraction. A peace officer shall have the authority to write a citation, which shall be waivable, to offenders in violation of this section. A fine under this section shall not exceed two hundred dollars per head for each offense. Violations shall be charged in the county in which the offense occurred.
- Livestock Auction Market Act, see section 54-1156.