### P-36 - Thoroughbred Cattle Act

2. In case a thoroughbred cow becomes with calf from the service of a bull that is not kept confined or under control as provided in section 1, the owner of such cow shall be entitled to recover, from the owner or person in charge of such bull, damages for any loss resulting therefrom. Such damages shall be based on the difference in the value of such cow before meeting such bull and afterwards.
R. S. 1964, c. 127, s. 2; 1999, c. 40, s. 228.
2. In case a thoroughbred cow becomes with calf from the service of a bull that is not kept confined or under control as provided in section 1, the owner of such cow shall be entitled to recover, from the owner or person in charge of such bull, all damages resulting therefrom. Such damages shall be measured by the difference in the value of such cow before meeting such bull and afterwards.
R. S. 1964, c. 127, s. 2.