§126. Cattle crossings
A. All traffic on state highways shall stop and yield the right of way to cattle which are crossing the highway when all of the following apply:
(1) The cattle are crossing from one portion of property owned or leased by a person to another portion of property owned or leased by that person when such portions of the property are divided by the highway.
(2) A flagman is directing traffic.
(3) A cattle crossing sign is posted by the Department of Transportation and Development at the request of the person who owns or leases such property.
B. The Department of Transportation and Development shall adopt rules to determine where such cattle crossing signs shall be placed in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
C. The provisions of this Section are not intended and shall not be construed to impose any liability on the state of Louisiana for any actions taken by the state under the provisions of this Section.
Acts 1991, No. 364, §1.