Compensation for Certain Birds Destroyed in British Columbia (Avian Influenza) Regulations

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Compensation for Certain Birds Destroyed in British Columbia (Avian Influenza) Regulations

SOR/2004-150HEALTH OF ANIMALS ACT
Registration 2004-06-04
Compensation for Certain Birds Destroyed in British Columbia (Avian Influenza) RegulationsWhereas the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food considers that there is no readily available market for birds referred to in the annexed Regulations;
Therefore, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, pursuant to section 55Footnote a of the Health of Animals ActFootnote b, hereby makes the annexed Compensation for Certain Birds Destroyed in British Columbia (Avian Influenza) Regulations.

Return to footnote aS.C. 1997, c. 6, s. 71
Return to footnote bS.C. 1990, c. 21

Ottawa, June 4, 2004
Robert Speller
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-FoodInterpretation

1 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Act
Act means the Health of Animals Act. (Loi)
bird
bird[Repealed, SOR/2005-113, s. 1]
chicken
chicken means a female chicken broiler breeder or a chicken table egg layer. (poulet)
control area
control area means the area in British Columbia that is declared to be a control area under subsection 27(1) of the Act and in respect of which the Minister's declaration dated March 11, 2004 remains in effect. (région contrôlée)
duck
duck means a female duck breeder or a duck table egg layer. (canard)
goose
goose means a female goose breeder. (oie)

SOR/2005-113, s. 1.

Application

2 These Regulations apply in respect of chickens, ducks and geese destroyed in the control area under subsection 48(1) of the Act because of the outbreak of avian influenza.
SOR/2005-113, s. 2.

Method of Calculation

3 (1) For the purpose of paragraph 55(a) of the Act, the market value of a chicken is determined as follows:

(a) in the case of a female chicken broiler breeder that is 25 weeks of age or younger or a chicken table egg layer that is 19 weeks of age or younger, in accordance with the formula
B + [(A - B)/D]E

(b) in the case of a female chicken broiler breeder that is older than 25 weeks of age or a chicken table egg layer that is older than 19 weeks of age, in accordance with the formula

A + [(C - A)/(F - D)](E - D)
where


is the maximum amount with respect to a chicken under section 2 of the Compensation for Destroyed Animals Regulations;


is the value of a day-old female chicken broiler breeder or a day-old chicken table egg layer, as the case may be;


is the salvage value of the chicken;


is 25 weeks in the case of a female chicken broiler breeder and 19 weeks in the case of a chicken table egg layer;


is the age of the chicken, in weeks, when it was destroyed; and


is the length, in weeks, of the average production cycle of a female chicken broiler breeder or a chicken table egg layer, as the case may be.

(2) The market value of a chicken shall not exceed the maximum amount with respect to a chicken under section 2 of the Compensation for Destroyed Animals Regulations.

SOR/2005-113, s. 3.

4 (1) For the purpose of paragraph 55(a) of the Act, the market value of a duck is determined as follows:

(a) in the case of a duck that is 22 weeks of age or younger, in accordance with the formula
B + [(A - B)/D]E

(b) in the case of a duck that is older than 22 weeks of age, in accordance with the formula

A + [(C - A)/(F - D)](E - D)
where


is $73.34 in the case of a female duck breeder and $37.51 in the case of a duck table egg layer;


is the value of a day-old female duck breeder or a day-old duck table egg layer, as the case may be;


is the salvage value of the duck;


is 22 weeks;


is the age of the duck, in weeks, when it was destroyed; and


is the length, in weeks, of the average production cycle of a female duck breeder or a duck table egg layer, as the case may be.

(2) Despite the Compensation for Destroyed Animals Regulations, the amount that is established for the purpose of subsection 51(3) of the Act as the maximum amount with respect to a duck is $73.34.

SOR/2005-113, s. 3.

5 (1) For the purpose of paragraph 55(a) of the Act, the market value of a goose is determined as follows:

(a) in the case of a goose that is 22 weeks of age or younger, in accordance with the formula
B + [(A - B)/D]E

(b) in the case of a goose that is older than 22 weeks of age, in accordance with the formula

A + [(C - A)/(F - D)](E - D)
where


is $149.59;


is the value of a day-old goose;


is the salvage value of the goose;


is 22 weeks;


is the age of the goose, in weeks, when it was destroyed; and


is the length, in weeks, of the average production cycle of a goose.

(2) Despite the Compensation for Destroyed Animals Regulations, the amount that is established for the purpose of subsection 51(3) of the Act as the maximum amount with respect to a goose is $149.59.

SOR/2005-113, s. 3.