Oklahoma

Right to Farm

2-9-210.

 
2-9-210.
 
A. In addition to any other requirement of the Oklahoma Concentrated
 Animal Feeding Operations Act, animal feeding operations owners and
 operators who are granted an animal feeding operations license shall:
 
1. Provide adequate veterinarian services for detection, control, and
 elimination of livestock diseases;
 
2. Have available for use at all necessary times mechanical means of
 scraping, cleaning, and grading feed yards premises; and
 
3. Provide weather resistant aprons adjacent to all permanently
 affixed feed bunks, water tanks, and feeding devices.
 
B. 1. Any animal feeding operation licensed pursuant to the Oklahoma
 Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Act, operated in compliance
 with such standards, and in compliance with the rules promulgated by
 the Board, shall be deemed to be prima facie evidence that a nuisance
 does not exist; provided, no animal feeding operation shall be located
 or operated in violation of any zoning regulations.
 
2. Any animal feeding operation licensed pursuant to the Oklahoma
 Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Act, operated in compliance
 with such standards, and in compliance with rules promulgated by the
 Board, that is located on land more than three (3) miles outside the
 incorporated limits of any municipality and which is not located
 within one (1) mile of ten or more occupied residences shall not be
 deemed a nuisance unless it is shown by a preponderance of the
 evidence that the operation endangers the health or safety of others.