Livestock Reporting Regulation 2014

Original Language Title: Vieh-Meldeverordnung 2014

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255. Regulation of the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management on reporting requirements in the sectors of cattle and meat, eggs and poultry (cattle reporting regulation 2014)

On the basis of §§ 22, 23 and 28 of the market organisation Act 2007 (MOG 2007), Federal Law Gazette I no. 55/2007, last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 47/2014, is prescribed:

Scope of application

§ 1. This regulation is implementing 1 of Regulation (EC) No. 1249/2008 laying down detailed rules for the Community trading class diagrams for carcasses of cattle, pigs and sheep and to determine the relevant prices, OJ No. L 337 of 16.12.2008 S. 3, 2. the Regulation (EU) No 807/2013 laying down detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of as regards the survey of prices of certain bovine animals on representative markets of the European Union, OJ No. L 228 of the 27.08.2013 p. 5, 3. Regulation (EC) No. 315/2002 for the determination of prices of fresh or chilled carcasses of sheep on representative markets of the community, OJ No. L 50 of the 21.02.2002 p. 47 and 4 of Regulation (EC) No 546/2003 on the transfer of certain data relating to the application of regulations (EEC) No 2771/75, (EEC) no 2777/75 and (EEC) no 2783/75, OJ No. L 81 of the 28.03.2003 p.12.

Jurisdiction

§ 2. responsible for the enforcement of this regulation and of the legal acts referred to in section 1 is the regime "Agrarmarkt Austria" (AMA).

Definitions

§ 3. For the purposes of this Regulation: 1. commercial cattle market: livestock markets, which are regularly fed with farm animals, and where in the last calendar year on average more than 100 pieces of young - or yearling cattle, 100 calves or piglets of 500 pieces per market day; distended

2. slaughterhouses: Slaughterhouses, where in the last calendar year more than 6 000 pieces cattle, calves 2 500 pieces, 50 000 units pigs, 500 000 pieces of broiler chickens, 100 000 pieces turkeys or 2pcs 500 sheep were slaughtered. Slaughterhouses are also establishments which slaughter animals and which implement these quantities in the first sentence;

3. Facilitator: natural or legal persons or person communities which have brokered purchases of more than 2 500 piece calves, slaughter, young or yearling cattle, 25 000 pieces pigs or 2 500 piece sheep in the last calendar year. Apply as an intermediary also producer groups (E.g. beef and pork stock exchanges), which can reach the amounts of sales referred to in the first sentence, and State sheep associations;

4. packing centres: packing centres, where in the last calendar year more than 5 000 000 eggs were packed.

5. cutting plants: Plants where in the last calendar year more than 500 000 pieces of broiler chickens or turkeys of 100 000 units have been disassembled.

Contractors

§ 4. The reporting requirements are 1 in commercial cattle market of the person responsible for the management of the market and 2nd on slaughterhouses, intermediaries, packing and cutting the farmer.

Frequency and timing of messages

§ 5. The reports referred to in sections 8 to 12 must be done in a week and have to arrive on Tuesday at the end of the calendar week in the AMA.

Country of origin

§ 6. The quantities and prices in the cases of § 8 para 1 are disclosed separately from 9 para 1, 11 para of 1 and 12 paragraph 1 according to the country of origin.

Formal requirements

7. (1) the messages have to be provided have the following registration options by using the forms adopted by the AMA: 1 name/company name and address of the notifying parties, 2nd reporting period, 3. quantities to each of the categories referred to in sections 8 to 12, 4. prices for each of the categories referred to in sections 8 to 12, 5. information about the country of origin, in § 6 provided, and 6 signature.

(2) the AMA may allow messages without using the form, if the information referred to in paragraph 1 are included.

(3) the message can be in any technically permissible form.

Reporting requirements for cattle and beef

8. (1) slaughterhouses and intermediaries have for the marketed meat in the following categories to register the quantities and prices: 1 halves, each to bullfighting, Bulls, steers, cows, calves and young cattle separated, conformation - and fat tissue classes E, U, R, O, P in the carcase classification regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 71/2011, total, 2 halves, each separated according to bullfighting, oxen, cows, calves and young cattle , for the conformation - and fat tissue classes E, U, R, O, P after these classes U 3, R 2, disconnected 3 halves of bulls of conformation - and fat tissue class R, 4 halves of bullfighting the conformation - and fat tissue classes U 2, R 3, O 2 and O 3, 5 halves of bulls of the conformation - and fat tissue classes R 3, 6 halves of ox of conformation - and fat tissue classes U 2 , U 3, U-4, R 2, R 3 R 4, O 3 and O 4, 7 halves of cows of the conformation - and fat tissue classes U 3, R 2, R 3 R 4, O 2, o 3 O 4, P 2 and P 3, 8 halves of calves of conformation - and fat tissue classes U 2, U 3, R 2, R 3 R 4, O 2 , O 3 and O 4, 9 halves of young bovine animals aged eight months or more, but less than 12 months of conformation - and fat tissue classes U 2, U 3, R 2, R 3, O 2 and O 3 and 10 carcasses from calves aged less than 8 months.

(2) commercial cattle market and intermediaries have the amounts for the following categories and report prices separately.

1 marketed bull calves separately for dairy and beef cattle aged between eight days and four weeks within the meaning of article 1 para 3 lit. a or b of Regulation (EU) No. 807/2013, 2. marketed young bovine animals aged six months or more, but less than 12 months within the meaning of article 2 paragraph 3 lit. of Regulation (EU) No. 807/2013, 3. marketed male yearling cattle in the meaning of article 2 paragraph 3 lit. (b) of Regulation (EU) No. 807/2013, 4. marketed female yearling cattle in the meaning of article 2 paragraph 3 lit. "(b) of Regulation (EU) No. 807/2013."

(3) the amounts are in play and in kg (gross weight and average weight).

(4) the price the purchase prices without VAT (weighted average prices) are, in the case of paragraph 2 referred to 1 kg, Z 1 per animal, in all other cases.

Reporting requirements for pigs and pork

§ 9 (1) slaughterhouses and intermediaries have for the marketed meat of the following categories to register the quantities and prices: 1. pork sides of the commercial classes of S, E, U, R, O, P in the carcase classification regulation, BGBl. II No 71/2011, total, and these trading classes separated and 2 halves of breeding sows.

(2) commercial cattle market and intermediaries have the quantities for the marketed piglets and report prices.

(3) the amounts are in play and in kg (gross weight and average weight).

(4) as prices are based on 1 kg to determine, the purchase prices without VAT (weighted average prices).

Reporting requirements for sheep and sheep meat

10. (1) slaughterhouses and intermediaries have to report the amounts in units and kilograms (with average weight) and the prices for marketed Lebendlämmer and fattening lambs and old sheep meat.

(2) as prices are related to 1 kg, to determine, the purchase prices without VAT (weighted average prices).

Reporting requirements for eggs

Packing centres have 11 (1) the quantity (in units) and the prices of marketed eggs of grade A, sorted on cusps to the weight class XL, L, M and S according to article 4 para 1 separately and separated according to the following categories in accordance with article 12 paragraph 2 of Regulation (EC) No. 589 / 2008 laying down detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 1234 / 2007 of as regards the marketing standards for eggs , OJ No. L 163, June 24, 2008 page 6 to report: 1. eggs from organic production, 2 eggs from free-range, 3. floor eggs and 4 eggs from caged hens.

(2) as prices are relative to 100 units to determine, the selling prices from packing centre (Pack set selling prices), without VAT (weighted average prices by weight).

Reporting requirements for poultry and poultry meat

12. (1) slaughterhouses and cutting plants have to declare the quantities in kilograms and the prices of the marketed meat in the following categories: 1. chickens, fresh, ready to grill or grill ready, each loosely and on Cup and 2 breast of turkeys, fresh, vacuum packed.

(2) as prices are selling prices retail business, excluding VAT (weighted average prices) free, referred to 1 kg, to determine.

(3) slaughterhouses have also for whole chickens of the class A (chicken 65%) the sales prices from the slaughterhouse, without VAT (weighted average prices), referred to 1 kg, to determine.

Record-keeping obligations

§ 13. The notifying parties have for the messages after the sections 8 to 12 serial required records to lead. The records are three years from the end of the calendar year to which they relate, to keep up with the care of an ordinary entrepreneur. Longer storage periods under other provisions remain unaffected.

Final provisions

§ 14. With the entry into force of this regulation, the cattle registration regulation enters 2008, Federal Law Gazette II No. 42/2008, override.

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