(1) The Livestock Auction Market Act shall not be construed to include:
(a) Any place or operation where Future Farmers of America, 4-H groups, or private fairs conduct sales of livestock;
(b) An animal welfare organization as defined in section 54-2503;
(c) Any place or operation conducted for a dispersal sale of the livestock of farmers, dairypersons, or livestock breeders or feeders, where no other livestock is sold or offered for sale; or
(d) Any place or operation where a breeder or an association of breeders of livestock assemble and offer for sale and sell under their own management any livestock, when such breeders assume all responsibility of such sale and the title of livestock sold. This shall apply to all purebred livestock association sales.
(2) An exotic animal auction or exchange venue or an exotic animal auction or exchange venue organizer as defined in section 54-7,105.01 is not required to be licensed under the Livestock Auction Market Act if any bovine, camelid, caprine, ovine, or porcine allowed to be sold under the Exotic Animal Auction or Exchange Venue Act are accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued by an accredited veterinarian and the exotic animal auction or exchange venue organizer contracts for the services of an accredited veterinarian to issue such certificates onsite during the auction or exchange venue for bovine, camelid, caprine, ovine, or porcine present.