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(In reply to vermaden from comment #4)
Look into /etc/defaults/rc.conf:
>moused_nondefault_enable="YES" # Treat non-default mice as enabled unless
>                               # specifically overriden in rc.conf(5).

As HPS wrote above, non-default moused instances are invoked by devd as, e.g.:
/etc/rc.d/moused start ums0

So, if you want to start, stop or know status of particular mouse device, you
should run rc.d/moused with device name as second argument. e.g:
/etc/rc.d/moused status ums0

If you want to disable particular mouse device, you should put to rc.conf:

See also: man 5 rc.conf

It seems too me that what you described is expected behavior and not a bug.

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