On Minimum Standards For The Protection Of Farm Animals

Original Language Title: o minimálních standardech pro ochranu hospodářských zvířat

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208/2004 Sb.



DECREE



of 14 July 1999. April 2004



on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals



Changed: 425/2005 Sb.



Changed: 425/2005 Coll. (part)



Change: 464/2009 Sb.



Change: 78/2012 Sb.



Modified: 22/Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture determined in accordance with section 29 of Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the

the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended by Act No. 78/2004 Coll. (hereinafter referred to as

the "Act") to implement section 10, 12a, § 12 para. 3, § 29 para. 2 of the Act:



§ 1



Introductory provisions



Farm animals behave with regard to the species and age category

or weight and more specific requirements for their protection and well-being

According to the minimum standards laid down by law, international

the contracts ^ 1) by which the Czech Republic is bound, and in accordance with the law

Of the European communities. ^ 2)



§ 1a



The concepts of



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



device housing) ^ 2a) for the housing of livestock



(b) box delineated part of the stables) intended to stay at the marketing of the animal or

farm animals; box includes Hutch,



(c) part of the corridor floor area) stables, usually between a range of vazných

standing or boxes, designed in particular to care for farm animals, including

their movements,



(d) the slatted floor) floor area or part of the stables, with

grids or slits, allowing in particular the fall in feces and water to

podroštového space.



section 1b



Minimum standards for livestock equipment



(1) the stable must be used in accordance with the layout, farming technology

technically and operationally addressed so that air circulation, dust level,

temperature and relative humidity of air, gas concentrations, lighting and

noise levels were maintained within the limits which are not harmful to the animals.



(2) disposition, technical and operational solutions to the stables must, in accordance with the

applied technology of breeding



and daily inspection) to enable the State of health, fitness and well being

farm animals,



(b)) to enable the daily control of the State of technical and technological equipment,



(c)) to prevent the entry of unauthorized persons, and to limit the intrusion of other animals,



(d)) to allow mechanical cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and meanwhile,



(e)) to enable the Veterinary examination and treatment, administration of substances to animals, and

sampling,



(f)) to enable the exclusion of separate space for livestock

requiring special care, animals injured, sick or suspected of

the disease,



(g)) to enable the safe conduct of operations and activities associated with the rearing

animals and the maintenance of the device.



(3) the Box must be dimensionally and performing should be differentiated by technology

housing, type and age or weight of livestock.

It is used to cover the side gate, must define the position of the

the marketing of the animal when lying and standing on the specified surface, avoiding

the animal's defecation on the neighboring place of marketing and cross of the oven

when standing up and lying down or livestock in the box when

free housing, or prevent a threat or disturbance of the peace or

threats or damage to the health or life of the offspring.



(4) Floor



and) must match the weight of livestock,



(b)) must in living quarters to a minimum to reduce the risk of slipping and

in livestock must not give rise to injury, with the

farm animals come into contact ^ 2b),



(c)) must have a grate grate with corresponding to the fixed tread flat and

the width of the slots according to species, age and weight of the animals, the width of the

the slots must prevent the insertion of the limb of an economic animal, edges

roštnic must be a fuzzy, without odštěpů with minimal camber roštnic.



(5) Ramps, walkways and bridges for loading and unloading of livestock,

established as part of the stables, and moving conveyor belts for containers

must be fitted with non-slip surface and side player,

to prevent the fall of economic animal or container with the economic

animals; height of inequality should not exceed 0.2 m and the width of the gaps in the

the floor or between two floors must prevent the insertion of the limb

the marketing of the animal. Ramps, walkways and bridges may not be for pigs,

calves and horses steeper than a 20 ° angle, IE. 36.4% to the horizontal plane,

and for sheep and cattle other than calves than the angle of 26 ° 34 ', IE. 50% to

the horizontal plane. If the slope is steeper than 10 °, i.e.. 17.6%

the horizontal plane must be ramps, walkways and bridges constructed

so that the animals could without risks or problems come up or go down.



(6) material that is used for the construction of housing, especially for the

troughs and gutters, as well as the device, with which the animals may come into contact,

for them, must not be harmful and must be suitable for a thorough cleaning and

disinfection. Housing and installation to ensure safety

livestock must be constructed and maintained so as to not

sharp edges or edges or protrusions that could injure the animals.



§ 1 c



General requirements for the breeding of farm animals



In breeding of farm animals



and) need to farm animals from birth to the presence of introduced

man, contact with him and perform basic breeding operations and

the use of livestock equipment, facilities, and equipment,



(b)) should be paid special attention to pregnant female, the female after

childbirth, breastfeeding females and their young,



(c)) it is possible to their permanent location in winter only in arcs

or on pastures, if the following farmed animals on this way

breeding in the climatic conditions of the already provide enough and such

the farming method does not cause suffering to them,



d) must be in the arcs, or secured in the pastures, to water resources

visibility was near zero and farm animals have been accessible,



e) cannot be farmed animals of any age category listed in this

the decree to use and practice as driving animals to humans or from

other reasons, get in, with the exception of horses, donkeys and their hybrids, or is

use for matches,



(f)) must not be limited the freedom of movement of livestock in the arcs

or on pastures by attaching weights or other similar object to

farm animals; freedom of movement of livestock shall not be

further limited by binding of livestock or by binding the different parts of the

the body of livestock, or by binding the more livestock to

each other.



§ 2



Minimum standards for the protection of cattle



(1) minimum standards for the protection of categories of bovine animals under the age of six

months (hereinafter referred to as "calves") lays down the following conditions



and after giving birth) zookeeper intensive cattle farms and

ensure basic treatment of the cow and calf, including treatment navel

the calf, in the appropriate disinfection, and ensure that the newborn calf has accepted what

soon as possible and not later than 6 hours after birth, a sufficient quantity of

the colostrum from the mother, or from another source,



(b) calves shall not be tethered), in addition to the calves in the herd, which

may be tethered for periods of feeding milk or milk substitute, a maximum

However, 1 hour



(c)) must not be deployed to the calves, the muzzle



d) all calves must be fed at least twice a day, for all

calves are housed in groups, which are not fed to satiation by

own needs of the animal, or by an automatic feeding system, must

be provided with access to the food at the same time as the other calves

in the Group; in hot weather or ill calves with fresh water

provides constantly,



e) diet for calves must contain as much iron, so as to ensure

the average blood haemoglobin, but at least 4.5 mmol/litre,

each calf over two weeks must be given a diet containing fiber in the

the minimum amount increasing gradually from 50 g to 250 g for calves

at the age of 8 to 20 weeks,



f) width of any individual pen for a calf shall be at least

the calf at the Withers, measured in the standing position, and the length must be

at least equal to the body length measured from the rostrálního edge of the eyes after

the caudal edge of the greater tubercle of the hip factor multiplied by 1.1.

Individual pens for calves, in addition to the dedicated for isolation of the sick

animals must have solid walls, but the walls with openings, which provide

the calves to have direct Visual and tactile contact with others; This provision

does not apply to calves kept with their mothers from the

because of breastfeeding, and stables with fewer than six calves,



g) tele older eight weeks must not be kept in individual pens, if

According to the veterinarian, his health and his behavior

does not require isolation and individual care; This provision, however,

does not apply to calves kept with their mothers because of the

breastfeeding, and stables with fewer than six calves,



h) for calves kept in groups, the unobstructed space for one

the calf of a live weight of 150 kg of at least 1.5 m2; 1.7 m2 for each calf from

150 to 220 kg live weight and at least 1.8 m2 for each calf over 220 kg

live weight,



I) in the stables with cattle, shall be provided by natural or artificial

lighting; When using artificial lighting at least from 9 to 17

hours in the intensity of the corresponding natural light,




(j)) are housed in the stables for the calves or pit is ensured by podestlání

appropriate bedding; This applies in particular to the calves less than two

weeks and calves in isolation,



k) up to the age of one week the calves and calves with incompletely zhojeným navel,

may only be moved from the holding on which it was born, only in emergency

cases; When the movement of calves and transporting them to the market, it is necessary

ensure that measures for the protection of their health and well-being,



l) for calves kept in buildings must be secured by their breeder

inspection at least twice daily and calves that are not kept in

buildings, at least once a day,



m) housing, pens, equipment and utensils used for calves must be properly

cleaned and disinfected to prevent cross-infection and the establishment

pathogenic organisms; faeces, urine and uneaten or

spilt food must be removed so as to reduce the smell of the

minimum ^ 2 c),



n) floors must be smooth but not slippery so as to prevent

injury to the calves and must be designed so that the calves standing or

the camp not to cause injury or suffering; must be appropriate having regard to the

the size and weight of the calves and form a rigid, even and stable surface,



about) when handling the cattle drive tools may not be used

using electric discharge.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall apply to newly built or

the renovated stables for calves and from 31. December 2006, shall apply to the

all stables for calves.



(3) minimum standards for the protection of the category of registered breeders

under special legislation ^ 4) for use in natural

breeding and insemination and breeding for odchovávané býčky aged

six months (hereinafter referred to as "breeding bulls") lays down the following conditions



and the service area) area are dealt with, and maintained to prevent

injury or breeding bull breeding,



b) mechanical devices causing the breeding bulls to move can be switched on

at the time, under the condition that they are properly controlled and

individually adjusted,



(c)) the minimum area for individual housing of a breeding bull in boxing is

16 m2 and in case of a weight greater than 1000 kg must be on every 60 kg

live weight area increased by 1.0 m2,



d) permanent tethering bulls chained around the neck should not be

to use.



(4) the breeding bulls can be introduced and used for naskočení another

breeding bull semen collection.



(5) special attention must be paid for all categories of hoof health

adult bovine animals; among the preventive measures include checking the status of

hooves and paznehtářská editing undertaken at regular intervals

so, in order to prevent the overgrowth of horn or other damage

the hoof and painful conditions that trigger a change of physiological position

or the mobility of the animals.



(6) minimum standards for the protection of the category of bulls and heifers, who

are not registered under special legislation ^ 4) for use in

the RAM from the age of six months (hereinafter referred to as "bovine animals for fattening ')

the following terms and conditions



and) in groups should not be bred together freely with cattle horns and without corners,

If it does not have free access to the Paddock or pasture,



(b)) to prevent mutual naskakování bulls may not be used by conductors

under voltage.



(7) minimum standards for the protection of breeding cows who exist categories of bovine animals and heifers

from the age of six months, which are recorded under special laws

regulations, ^ 4) for use in the RAM or are for this purpose

cultivated in (hereinafter referred to as "cows and heifers '), lays down the following conditions



and the number of animals in free) housing shall not be greater than the number of boxes and

the number of seats in the krmišti, if there is no bulky feed served to saturate the

According to the own needs of the animal; spaces, including corridors and yards

ensure such conditions, in order to avoid disproportionate to group pressures,



(b)) to limit the movement of cows and heifers on standing, especially when their milking

or to limit the defecation and urination into a specific area of dung aisle, with

You must not use the wires under voltage,



c) mechanical devices causing the cows or heifers to move can be

switched on at the time under the condition that they are properly controlled

and individually adjusted; in the last 2 months of pregnancy must not

This device is used,



d) milking must be selected and maintained milking machine

in order to avoid damage to the mammary gland. Nurse cows must

used to control technological equipment for milking and control

the correctness of its use. Daily inspection of animals must be

pay attention to the mammary gland and sexual organs. The possible emergence of

abnormalities must be closely monitored during the last month

pregnancy,



e) cow or heifer when using intensive breeding stables in the

before birth and after ustájí in box with solid floors and bedding,



f) nurse cows or heifers calving must control technique,

Special attention to hygiene, especially when assisted childbirth;

There is a suspicion that the birth will be difficult, or if it is not possible to equip

Tele manually without serious risk to the cow or calf, it is necessary to

to request the assistance of a veterinarian without delay. During delivery carried out by

a nurse could not use mechanical AIDS except manually

controlled by ropes; in exceptional cases, you can use manual labor

a lever-operated rope, if they can be quickly released.



(8) To guarding the cattle dogs may be used only if they are for this

the purpose of the trained, and that after a period of slow, for example.



(9) additional requirements for premises for the accommodation of bovine animals provided for in annex No. 1

of this order.



§ 3



Minimum standards for the protection of pigs



(1) For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



a) pig animal of a species, of any age, kept for breeding,

breeding or fattening,



(b)) a male pig after puberty, the boar is included in the breeding ^ 4),



c) gilt sexually mature female pig before the first birth,



d) sow female pig after the first birth,



e) sow post partum female pig between the perinatal period and the weaning of the piglets

the offspring; perinatal conditions means the period just before birth, childbirth

itself and the time immediately after birth,



(f) the pregnant sow dry sows) in the time between the pups and

perinatal conditions,



g) pig a pig from birth to weaning,



h) weaner pig from weaning to the age of 10 weeks,



I) rearing and fattening pig a pig from ten weeks to

slaughter or breeding.



(2) the usable floor area available to each weaner or rearing

pig fattening pig kept in a group, with the exception of the recessed

gilts and sows, must be at least:



and) for pig of live weight to 10 kg 0.15 m2,



(b)) for the pig with a live weight from 10 kg to 20 kg 0.20 m2,



(c)) for the pig with a live weight from 20 kg to 30 kg 0.30 m2,



(d)) for the pig with a live weight from 30 kg to 50 kg 0.40 m2,



(e)) for the pig with a live weight from 50 kg to 85 kg 0.55 m2,



(f)) for the pig with a live weight of between 85 kg and 110 kg, 0.65 m2



g) for swine weighing more than 110 kg 1.00 m2.



(3) For gilts or sows kept in groups must

do the unobstructed floor area for each flush

gilt at least 1.64 m2 and 2.25 for each sow at least m2.

When these animals are kept in groups of fewer than six pieces

must be unobstructed floor area increased by 10%. If they are

these animals are kept in groups of 40 or more pieces, the total

usable floor area may be reduced by 10%.



(4) floor must meet the following requirements:



and) must be smooth but not slippery so as to prevent injury to the

to the pigs and must be designed, constructed and maintained so that the pigs

cause injury or suffering. Must match the size and

the weight of the pigs and form a rigid, even and stable surface,



(b)) for gilts after service and pregnant sows part of the area required in

paragraph 3 equal to at least 0.95 m2 per gilt and at least 1.3 m2

the sow must consist of continuous solid floor of which is for the

freeing ports shall be reserved a maximum of 15%,



(c)) where they are for pigs kept in groups used concrete slatted

the floor, the maximum width of the space between openings (running Board surfaces

grid) must be



1.11 mm for piglets,



2.14 mm for weaners,



3.18 mm for rearing pigs,



4.20 mm for gilts after service and sows,



(d)) where they are for pigs kept in groups used concrete slatted

the floor, the minimum width of the grate (grate treads) must be



1.50 mm for piglets and weaners to weaning,



2.80 mm for rearing pigs, gilts after service and

for sows.



(5) the pigs kept in groups, which are particularly aggressive,

the one that has been attacked by other pigs or that are sick or

injured, must temporarily be kept in individual pens. In this

If a separate pen used shall allow easy rotation of the animal,

If this is not contrary to the recommendation of a veterinarian.




(6) in part of the building, in which pigs are kept, not to be exceeded

continuous noise level of 85 dB. Must minimize the possibility of

standing or sudden noise causing stress in pigs.



(7) the pigs must be kept in light with an intensity of at least the environment 40

lux for eight hours a day.



(8) the accommodation for pigs must be constructed in such a way as to

each pig could



and) have access to the area, which is physically and thermally comfortable,

equipped with adequately drained and clean which allows all the animals at the same time

a lying,



(b)) without normally, rest and get up,



c) see other pigs; However, for sows and gilts may not be

condition is met in the week before the expected farrowing time and during may

sows and gilts to be kept out of sight of the animals of the same species.



(9) the pigs must have permanent access to a sufficient quantity of material,

that allows them to behavioural activities, such as straw, hay, wood,

sawdust, mushroom compost, peat or a from = "2010" měsi such

material that does not endanger the health of the animals.



(10) all pigs must be fed at least once a day. If

the pigs are housed in groups and not fed at will

or do not have an automatic feeding system, each pig must have

access to food at the same time as the others in the group.



(11) all pigs over two weeks must have continuous access to

a sufficient quantity of fresh water. Drinkers of the pigs must be lightly

accessible. When the housing can pin water bottle

feel most 16 pigs. The use of feedingstuffs in liquid form, excluding substitutes

milk for piglets to 2 weeks of age, it is not considered a power.



(12) the Reduction part of the tail and a uniform reduction of corner teeth of piglets

by grinding or clipping leaving an intact smooth surface

must not be carried out routinely but only in cases where it is established

injuries the sow or the ears and tails of the other pigs. Before

carrying out these procedures, other measures shall be taken, which

preventing the tail-biting and other vices, taking in the

account environment and stocking densities. For this reason,

must change inappropriate environmental conditions or management. Tusks of boars

may be truncated, if this is necessary to prevent injuries to other

animals or for security reasons.



(13) the pigs kept outdoors must have the option of hiding or have to

provided shelter for protection from the weather.

Additionally, you must be available to the unfrozen water sources.



(14) for the protection of pigs are laid down the following conditions:



and) boar pens must be sited and constructed so that the boar

could rotate and hear, smell and see other pigs; free floor

space pens for an adult boar must be at least 6 m2,



(b)) in cases where the crates are also used as a place for breeding

the sow must be floor area available to an adult boar at least 10 m2

and in a pen must not be any obstacles



c) breeding boars can be introduced and used for naskočení other

breeding pigs for the collection of semen.



(15) the protection of sows and gilts are set forth the following

terms and conditions:



and new construction) or modify the device for tethering of sows, or

gilts are disabled; the use of tethers for sows and gilts is

disabled,



b) sows and gilts shall, during the period beginning four weeks after

recess and ends one week before the expected farrowing time, behave in a

groups. Pen where the group is kept must have sides greater

than 2.8 m. If in a group of houses less than six individuals, in

where the group is kept must have sides greater than 2.4 m,



(c)) by way of derogation from (b)) may be sows and gilts kept in

operations with fewer than ten sows housed during the period referred

in subparagraph (b)) individually, provided that they are in pens can easily

rotate,



d) sows and gilts shall have permanent access to manipulable

the material that enables them to behavioural activities,



e) sows and gilts kept in groups must be fed using a

a system which ensures that each individual can take

sufficient food even when competitors are present

for food,



(f)) for the purpose of saturation and satisfy their need to chew, must receive

all dry pregnant sows and gilts a sufficient quantity of

bulky or high-fibre food as well as

high-energy food,



g) measures must be taken to minimise aggression in groups,



h) pregnant sows and gilts must, if necessary, be treated against

ectoparasites and endoparasites. Before placing into the birthing pen must

pregnant sows and gilts to be thoroughly cleaned,



I) in the week before the expected farrowing time sows and gilts must get in

appropriate bedding, sufficient if it allows the system to

the removal of solid and liquid feces used in the device,



j) to facilitate the spontaneous or assisted childbirth must be

sow or gilt free area,



k) birth in which pens, sows are kept loose must be equipped with

side barriers protecting the piglets, such as. protective bars.



(4) to protect the piglets are laid down the following conditions:



and part of the total floor area), large enough to simultaneously

allow all the animals to rest together, must be solid or covered with a

mat, or be littered with straw or any other suitable material,



(b)) in the farrowing crate, the piglets must have sufficient space to be able to

without difficulty,



c) piglets must not be weaned earlier than at the age of 28 days, unless the

otherwise have been adversely affected by the welfare and health of the mother or

Piglet. However, piglets may be weaned up to seven days earlier if the

are relocated to a space that is before placing a new group

emptied, cleaned and disinfected thoroughly and that is separated from the

spaces where sows are kept, in order to minimise the transmission of diseases

the piglets,



(d)) where necessary, the heat source is ensured, which is not harmful to the sow.



(17) for the protection of weaners and rearing pigs for fattening are

laid down the following conditions:



and) if the pigs are kept in groups measures must be taken

to prevent fighting which goes beyond normal behaviour of



b) pigs must be kept in groups and mixing with other

pigs should be kept to a minimum. If the pigs are mixed they shall

, it is necessary to merge them at the earliest possible age, preferably in the

one week after weaning. When pigs are mixed, it should be

plenty of escape or hide from other pigs,



c) if the symptoms of strong conflicts, it is necessary to immediately investigate the

the causes and take appropriate action, for example, is, if possible,

provide them with a greater amount of straw or other material to the dissipated

attention. Animals at risk or particularly aggressive animals shall be

kept separate from the group,



(d) the use of calming drugs) in order to facilitate mixing shall be

limited to exceptional conditions and only after consultation with a veterinarian must be

doctor.



(18) the provisions of paragraph 3, paragraph 4 (b). b) to (d)), paragraph 5 of the second

sentences of paragraph 15 (b). b) to (d)) apply to newly constructed,

the reconstructed or first put into service as listed buildings for pigs and from

January 1, 2013, will apply to all buildings for pigs.



(19) additional requirements for premises housing pigs are laid down in

Annex No 2 to this Decree.



§ 4



Minimum standards for the protection of sheep and goats



Minimum standards for the protection of sheep and goats, lays down the following conditions



and a multi-purpose and) troughs to feed and feed supplements must be designed and

so placed as to avoid the risk of injury or damage to the eyes and to

ovine or caprine animals have not been threatened by the fall of the žebřin or packages feed



b) drinkers shall be settled and located so as to reduce to a minimum the

the possibility of contamination of feces or urine, the risk of freezing or spill

water and to prevent personal injury; nurse keeps them clean and checks

at least once a day, while extreme weather fluctuations more often



(c)) special care shall be given to the maintenance of the tools used to

cutting, marking and application antiparazitárních preparations and

antiparasitic baths sheep equipment in working order. The mouth of the

feeders of medicines must have the size of the corresponding age and breed

treated sheep,



(d) when the farmer does not have the necessary) experience in all aspects of farming,

which include handling sheep, assistance in childbirth, milking,

cutting, if done, all carried out by the methods of the baths and

sprays, editing, hooves and other simple preventive and therapeutic

procedures according to the instructions of the veterinarian, must ensure that the professional

assistance or the availability of such facilities solutions to common

operational issues will allow



e) sheep and goats can be rarely behave individually in the stables must


be breeding sheep and goats before birth and breeding of sheep and goats which have already

boil, kept in pens, only in the period of births and breastfeeding

pups can be housed in individual pens; births

pastures can be carried out only in sheep and goats, which are adapted to the

environment and local conditions,



f) adult sheep breeds reared for the production of wool at least once

for the year that. Cutting machines must be regularly cleaned and

disinfected, so that they are in working order, and their implementation

must be appropriate to the size and age of the animals. Before and during cutting with

sheep treated with care to avoid injury. The wounds caused during

cutting must be promptly treated,



g) cut the sheep are nevyhánějí outside the animal, if it can be in the

relation to the climatic conditions, to assume that the cutting of the fleece will be

have a detrimental effect on their health and fitness status,



h) special attention must be paid the State of hooves; between preventive

the measures include adjusting hooves carried out at regular intervals,

in order to limit the spread of hoof rot and other infections. The sheep must not be

discharged on pasture, on which there is a serious risk of contamination.

Entrances and exits of buildings and enclosures are kept in good condition, without barriers

and modified so as to avoid injury to the animals, or damage to the

fleece,



I) fence must be properly implemented and maintained to prevent leakage

and the risk of injuries of sheep or goats. When you use chicken wire must be

lattices often checked and maintained in a tight condition in order to

in particular, the horned sheep or goat Horn nezachytávaly. Electric

fencing must be designed and maintained to an electrical impulse or

touch raised immediate alarms only sheep,



j) to guarding the sheep or goats, dogs can be used only if they are for

this purpose, trained, and that after a period of slow, for example,



to) if the sheep or goats kept outdoors in a safe rough

the conditions and the weather is favourable, the deep seated animal control

and livestock equipment at least once a week. However, tours

must be carried out more frequently if it is tranquility ovine or caprine animals at risk,

in particular, at the time of the births, after cutting or bath, at a time of increased

the risk of infection or predators and flies after significant changes in the

management of farming or other conditions



l) biological water for sheep and goats is covered on a daily basis either by

they served water in sufficient quantity and of adequate quality, or is

they served food with sufficient content of water. Maybe there's a combination

both ways. Only feed with plenty of water cannot be lodged with the

sheep and goats in lactation,



m) of floor space in the stables for sheep and goats must be at least



1.0.15 m2 for 10 kg body weight for ewes or goats



2.0.15 m2 for 10 kg body weight for Lambs or kids,



3 0.25 m2 per 10 kg bodyweight or goats for breeding Rams in

the kennel,



4.0.30 m2 per 10 kg bodyweight or goats for breeding Rams in

individual pens.



§ 5



Minimum standards for the protection of horses



Minimum standards for the protection of horses, the horses and apply mutatis mutandis

the donkeys and their hybrids ("horse"). The following shall be established

terms and conditions



and standing between the tie-up) horses are separated by centrifugal

barriers,



(b)) to the ceiling height in the barn, where horses are kept, or occasionally

tied shall be 1.5 times the height at the withers block, but at least

2.20 m; ceiling height is measured from the floor level, on which the horse stands to

construction of the roof, or other structural element of the stable low numbers;

door openings, where the horses are going through, must have such a shape to

horses can navigate through it calmly and safely; the free passage in the stable

the door and the door of the box must be at least 1.20 x 2.20 m; This

the provisions shall apply from 1 January 2005. 1.2012 at the newly built stables, or the first time

into service, placed the stables,



(c)) when the tethering of horses may be applied only to the halter or belt nákrční.

This does not apply when the opportunistic tethering. A horse that is accommodated in

parking must be tethered so that they could lay with his head resting on the ground,



(d)) at the outdoor stocking density of more than 24 hours should be

ensure that on the pasture or in the paddock and in the case of power device

the year-round pasture-rearing shed, if the horses do not have direct

access to the stables,



(e)), in particular areas, entrances and exits of buildings and enclosures, are maintained without

barriers and foreign objects modified so as to avoid injury

animals,



(f)) for all horses older than two weeks, who are not flashing by

own needs of the animal, or by using the auto-supply system,

their need for fluids must be covered by a power supply at least three times

daily,



g) for all horses housed in the group who are not fed into the

saturation according to your own needs of the animal, or by using the automatic

feeding system, ensures access to the food at the same time as the

the other horses in the Group; feeding is administered at least twice daily and feed

the batch must contain a digestible fibre in sufficient quantities,



(h)) in the stables with foals shall be provided by natural or artificial

lighting; When you use artificial lighting during the period from 9 am to 5 pm in the

the intensity of the corresponding natural light,



I) for the Colts are housed in the stables must be suitable podestýlat

bedding; This applies in particular to the foals less than two weeks,



(j)) for the Colts should not be used náhubku deployment or permanent tethering

foal in the period until weaning,



k) horses must be regularly inspected. If necessary, the

be performed to edit hooves, to prevent the overgrowth of horn or

other damage hooves, hoof with okovají or, if necessary, affix

Another protection,



l) technology in the service area and the area for the breeding of horses, resolves to

to prevent injury or breeding Stallion breeding mares



m) mechanical devices causing the animals to move must be turned on

time needed under the condition that they are properly controlled and

individually adjusted; for mares in the last 2 months of pregnancy

This device must not be used,



n) equipment, harness and equipment used to be a reasonable construction of the

the body, the age of the horse's abilities and performance, not causing damage to the

or injury; AIDS and equipment using electrical impulse,

the power of a, Spurs with sharp outcroppings or spikes may not be

use it; If they are on wheels, fin must rotate freely,



about) must have at least the animal corridor width



1. in a double row of 3 m, the stables



2. between two rows of boxes, or a series of boxes and wall 3 m,



3. between the two rows of boxes, or a series of boxes and the wall, when the folding

door boxes 2.5 m,



4. between two rows of boxes, when horses are in the stable for the saddle, 3.5 m;



This provision shall apply from the 1. 1.2012 at the newly built stables or

placed into service for the stables,



p) floor standing must be in the front third of the horizontal, in the back of the

a slope of at least 1.5%, flooring stores for public housing and the floor box

must have a minimum slope of 1.5%; This provision shall apply from the 1. 1.

2012 at the newly built barn or stable for the first time placed into operation,



q) additional requirements for premises for the stabling of horses set out in annex No. 3

This order, which is from 1. 1.2012 refers to the newly built stables

or placed into service for the stables.



§ 6



Minimum standards for the protection of ducks, geese and turkeys



(1) this provision applies to domestic ducks (Anas platyrhynchos),

musk ducks (Cairina moschata) and hybrids of ducks and duck Parvovirus

Home (hereinafter referred to as "ducks"), domestic geese (Anser Anser domesticus, f.

Anser cygnoides f. domesticus) and hybrids thereof (hereinafter referred to as "geese") and

turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) (hereinafter referred to as "turkeys").



(2) when carrying out a flock or group of ducks, geese or turkeys

There must be no unnecessary noise or interference. When the total inspection

schools or groups of ducks, geese or turkeys, particular attention must

given to body condition, movements or other behavior patterns, breathing,

the State of the plumage, beak, eyes, skin, legs, feet and claws, presence of

external parasites, faeces, quality food and water consumption and gain.



(3) the floor must provide sufficient space to allow all

ducks, geese or turkeys could relax at the same time, and shall be covered with

appropriate bedding. Bedding must be provided and maintained, if

It is possible, in a dry state, pulverizing, to ducks, geese or turkeys

to keep clean. Those parts of the housing spaces of which

ducks, geese or turkeys come into contact, thoroughly cleaned and

disinfected every time after the pick, and before storage.



(4) the Feeding and watering equipment must be designed, constructed,

placed, operated and maintained in order to avoid contamination of the

feed and water for all ducks, geese or turkeys should

sufficient access and for the device to work in all weather

conditions and water consumption and feed could be regulated.




(5) in the case of free range must be a freely accessible

shelter designed to protect ducks, geese or turkeys from the adverse

climatic conditions. This shelter must be large enough

to accommodate all the geese, ducks or turkeys at a time, and its floor must

be kept in a dry place. In free range systems in which there is

the risk of contamination of the soil organisms that could harm the health of

ducks, geese or turkeys, this risk must be reduced to a minimum,

for example, using alternately used sealed enclosures.



(6) in the case of ducks, geese and turkeys kept for farming must be

adequate number of appropriately designed spaces for the nest

the appropriate size or must be placed in the room for the nest

a sufficient quantity of straw, or similar material. Snášková nest for

ducks and area for relaxation for ducks and geese may not be as high

above the floor, that their use were the problem or to

for them meant the risk of injury. Snášková nest for geese must be

placed on the floor.



(7) the size of the area for ducks, geese and turkeys must be such that the

meet their demands on the environment, having regard to their age,

gender, body weight, health status, and their need for freedom

motion and expressions of normal social behavior of the species. The size of the

the group must be such that it does not lead to behavioral or other

disturbance or injury.



(8) the adult turkeys may not behave in cages, with the exception of the temporary

the location of the breeding of turkeys into cages in the laying period. Perforated

the floors are not allowed except in the rooms above the drains in the vicinity

power device.



(9) the ducks and geese may not be worn upside down or lifted only for the

the legs must be podepírány the hands underneath their body and arms around

their bodies, so that the wing to the body. The heavier pieces must be worn

individually. Turkey must not be lifted only on one leg. If they are

turkeys must be worn, worn individually, with the help of methods

appropriate to their size and weight. Small turkeys must be held

for both legs or must be supported on the arm and the body of the person carrying out the

the capture. Larger turkeys must be worn for one leg and diagonally laid

wing.



(10) no later than 21 days the age of ducks, geese or turkeys must be light

such a mode, in order to prevent health problems and issues

behavior. Must follow a 24-hour cycle with seamless

periods of darkness, which make up approximately one-third of the day.



(11) from live ducks and geese may not be immature feathers or struggle, including

Feather.



§ 7



The General principles for the protection of laying hens



(1) the minimum standards to protect the hens of the species Gallus domesticus (Gallus

Gallus f. domestica), which have reached laying maturity and are kept

for the production of eggs for hatching (hereinafter referred to as "laying hens")

do not apply to the equipment in which it is kept less than 350 laying hens, and the

facilities for breeding chickens.



(2) For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and) nest a separate space for egg laying, for an individual hen or for

a group of hens (Group nest), between the floor components of which may not

use wire mesh that can come into contact with laying hens,



(b)) a litter any friable material enabling the hens to

satisfy their Ethological needs,



(c)) usable area space of at least 30 cm wide with a floor slope

not exceeding 14%, with a height of (luminance) at least 45 cm. premises for the

the nests are not regarded as usable areas.



(3) noise level must be reduced to a minimum. You must avoid

constant or sudden noise. Ventilation, feed technology, or other

the equipment shall be constructed, placed and operated so that the

What was the smallest noise. The same is true for their maintenance.



(4) all buildings shall be illuminated so that the hens may

each other to see and be seen, to investigate their surroundings visually and

exhibit a normal level of activity. Where there is natural light, must

be the window is arranged so that the light is spread evenly across the

space. After the first days of adaptation must be such that the light mode

prevent health problems and vices. Must comply with the

24-hour lighting scheme, which must include reasonable

uninterrupted period of darkness lasting one third of the day so that the laying hens

to relax and to prevent their suffering. Control lights

will ensure the time twilight long enough to ensure that the hens may

unhindered and without risk of injury to settle.



(5) parts of buildings, equipment or utensils with the hens come into

contact must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected regularly, and in any

the case every time depopulation and before a new batch of

laying hens. For the cast of the cage must be surfaces and all equipment

kept clean. Dead hens must clear a day. Trus is

should be removed as often as is necessary according to the technologies used.



(6) the cage must be secured so as to prevent hens escaping.

Technological systems with two or more floors of cages must be

provided with equipment, or such measures must be adopted that will allow

inspection of all floors, and will facilitate the removal of hens.



(7) the shape and dimensions of the cage door must be such that it can be removed

an adult hen without unnecessary suffering or injury.



(8) Keepers of laying hens must comply with the minimum standards for breeding

protection of laying hens and the choice of the technology standards for



and) alternative systems,



(b) the unenriched cage systems),



c) enriched cage systems.



§ 8



Minimum standards for the protection of laying hens in alternative systems of rearing



(1) all newly constructed or reconstructed alternative systems

breeding and all systems for the first time put into operation shall comply with the

the following requirements for all hens



and grooved feeder seat at least) 10 cm of the length of the feeding area at

per bird or circular feeder, providing at least 4 cm in length

feeding space per hen,



(b)) 24-hour water bottle shaped providing 2.5 cm length power

space per hen or circular feeders providing 1 cm in length

the power of space per hen,



(c)) where they are used nipple drinkers or, at least

one such feeding pump for every 10 hens. Where they are installed

power supply equipment must have within reach of each hen for at least two

nipple drinkers or two,



(d)), at least one nest for every seven hens. If you are using

the nest group, must be at least 1 m2 of nest space for

a maximum of 120 hens,



e) adequate perches, without sharp edges, providing at least 15 cm in

hen. Perches must not be installed above the litter and horizontal

the distance between perches and the wall must be at least 20 cm,



(f)) of at least 250 cm2 of littered area per hen, with

litter occupying at least one third of the area.



(2) the floor shall be constructed so as to provide adequate support for the

each of the forward-facing claws of each foot.



(3) If systems of rearing are used where the laying hens are free

to move between different levels,



and must not be located here) more than four levels,



(b)) height (lightness) between the levels must be at least 45 cm,



c) power and feeding equipment shall be placed in such a way as to provide

the same approach to all the hens,



d) levels must be so arranged as to prevent droppings falling into

the lower floor.



(4) If laying hens have access to open runs,



and) must be available several popholes giving direct access to the

the outer area, at least 35 cm high and 40 cm wide, and

extending along the entire length of the building; in any case, you must

be per group of 1000 hens available a total of 2 m openings,



(b)) runs must be on the desktop, dimension matching stocking density and

the nature of the land to avoid contamination,



c) runs must be equipped with shelter from adverse

weather and predators and, if necessary, by appropriate

water troughs.



(5) the stocking density must not exceed nine laying hens per m2 usable area.



(6) the minimum requirements laid down in paragraph 1 shall apply to all

alternative systems from 1. January 1, 2007.



§ 9



Minimum standards for the protection of laying hens in unenriched cage

systems



(1) all unenriched cage systems must comply with for all

laying hens, the following requirements



and) for each bird in the cage floor surface must be ensured

at least 550 cm2, measured in a horizontal plane, which can be used without restriction;

not counted in particular hen of the area to prevent

waste of food that may limit usable free space,



(b)) cage shall be equipped with one žlábkovým accessible without restriction;

the length of the feeding area must be at least 10 cm per bird in a cage,



(c)) are not available if the nipple drinkers or must

each cage to be a continuous shaped napáječkou the same length


as the grooved feed trough mentioned in point (b)). Where they are installed

the power device must be within reach of each cage at least two cups

or drinkers, drinking



d) cages shall be at least 40 cm to 65% of the cage area and in no

the site must not be less than 35 cm,



e) floors of cages must be constructed so as to provide reasonable

support adequately each of the forward-facing claws of each foot. The slope of the floor

must not exceed 14% or 8 St., in the case of floors made of wire mesh with

nepravoúhlými STS may be greater,



f) cages shall be fitted with suitable claw-shortening devices.



(2) the rearing of laying hens in unenriched cage systems referred to in paragraph

1 is allowed until 31 December 2008. December 2011.



(3) No cages referred to in paragraph 1 may not build nor for the first time

put into operation.



§ 10



Minimum standards for the protection of laying hens in enriched cage

systems



All the cages in enriched cage systems must meet at least

the following requirements



laying hens must have)



1. at least 750 cm2 of cage area per hen, 600 cm2 of

usable area; the height of the cage other than one that is above the usable

the area must be at least 20 cm at any point and no cage shall have

the total surface area of less than 2000 cm2,



2. the nest



3. bedding, which allows the pecking and scratching are possible,



4. appropriate perches allowing at least 15 cm per hen,



(b)), it must be ensured that the feeder slot may be used without

restrictions; the length of the feeding area must be at least 12 cm per hen

in a cage,



c) each cage must have a drinking system appropriate to the size of the Group;

where are the cups drinkers must have within reach of each hen

at least two nipple drinkers or two,



(d)) to facilitate inspection, installation and depopulation of hens there must be

between tiers of cages and a minimum aisle width of 90 cm between the floor of the building

and the bottom tier of cages must be left a gap at least 35 cm,



e) cages shall be fitted with suitable claw-shortening devices.



§ 11



The requirements for holding and breeding requirements of chickens kept for meat production,

the contents of the records by rearing chickens kept for meat, the contents of the data and the list of

samples that are keepers are required to provide the person referred to in section 20

paragraph. 1 (b). j) of the Act



(1) when raising chickens kept for meat production must be located and removed

maintained so as to minimize spills. Feed the chickens must be

bred for meat available either continuously or dávkovaně and not them

be removed earlier than 12 hours before the estimated time of slaughter.



(2) all chickens reared for meat must still have access to dry and

loose surface litter.



(3) when raising chickens kept for meat production must be ventilation sufficient to

to avoid overheating and, where necessary, associated with the systems

heating systems, to remove excessive moisture.



(4) when raising chickens kept for meat production must be reduced to the noise level

minimum. Fans, feeders and other equipment must be

constructed, placed, operated and maintained so as to act as

Perhaps the least noise.



(5) when the breeding of chickens kept for meat must have all the buildings in

which they are reared chickens kept for meat production, the lighting intensity

at least 20 lux during the lighting periods, measured at the eye level of a chicken

reared for meat and that the line is at least 80% of usable space.

A temporary reduction in the intensity of the illumination is possible, if it is necessary to

the basis of the recommendations of the veterinarian. Within seven days of housing chickens

kept for meat until three days before the scheduled time of slaughter

lighting the match rhythm and time-language cover of darkness

with a total duration of at least 6 hours, shall be provided with at least

one 24-hour period of darkness of at least 4 hours, except for the times when it is

the muted lighting.



(6) All chickens kept for meat production must be at least two times a day

checked. Special attention must be paid to the characters, which indicate

on the reduced level of animal welfare or animal health. Chickens

meat with serious injuries or obvious signs of health problems,

as for example, chickens kept for meat production difficulties in walking,

severe cases of pathological content of fluid in the body cavity, or

serious skeletons and chickens kept for meat production, which probably

suffer, must be appropriately treated or immediately slaughtered. Veterinary

the physician must be contacted whenever the health status of chickens kept

the meat requires.



(7) parts of buildings, equipment or apparatus, which are in contact with chickens

bred for meat, must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each

completion of the final depopulation, before putting a new flock to the Hall.

All litter must be removed after final depopulation of the Hall and

NET and vydezinfikovaná Hall must be equipped with clean litter.



(8) the Breeder leads for each lounge on the farm records provided for

other legislation ^ 5).



(9) the content of the data and a list of samples that are keepers are required to

provide for each individual flock of chickens kept for meat production person

referred to in section 20 (2). 1 (b). j) of the Act:



and) the number of chickens kept for meat in a flock of chickens kept for meat on

the beginning of the fattening period,



(b)) usable area in m2,



c) hybrid or breed chickens kept for meat production, if known,



(d)) the number of days of fattening chickens kept for meat, that is, the length of the výkrmového

batch,



(e)) the number of chickens kept for meat sent to the slaughter, i.e. the number of

chickens kept for meat production, which remained in the flock chickens kept for meat production

After you remove the chickens kept for meat intended for sale or after

made by brakaci, which means the killing of sick or injured

chickens kept for meat production,



f) daily mortality rate flock and the cumulative daily mortality rate flock



(g)) the number of chickens kept for meat which have died during transport to the slaughterhouse,



h) the results of the post-mortem examination at the slaughterhouse under section 11a. 6 and

7.



§ 11a



The requirements on the economy, requirements for the content and management of documentation and

requirements for breeding chickens kept for meat when stocking density higher than

33 kg/m2



(1) the rearing of chickens kept for meat when stocking density higher than 33

kg/m2 in the Hall owner or holder of the leads and keeps potential

the submission of the comprehensive documentation with a detailed description of the production

systems. This documentation includes detailed technical information on the

the Hall and its facilities, in particular:



and plan of the hall including dimensions) of the areas which the chickens are kept

reared for meat,



(b)) and, where appropriate, ventilation system cooling and heating system, including

their location, plan of the ventilation with accurate data about the target parameters

the quality of air, such as airflow, air speed and

temperature,



c) feeding and watering systems and their location,



d) alarm systems and emergency systems in the event of failure of any

automated or mechanical equipment essential for the health and

animal welfare,



(e)) kind of floor coverings and commonly used cat litter.



(2) the documentation referred to in paragraph 1 must be submitted on request

protection of animals to the competent authority and shall be continuously updated.

In particular, technical inspections are recorded of the ventilation system, and

the alarm system. The owner or keeper shall immediately notify the

protection of animals to the competent authority any changes in the Hall, the changes

equipment or processes which may affect the welfare of chickens kept for

meat.



(3) the owner or breeder, in addition to the requirements set out in section 11, shall

ensure that each Hall at the farm was equipped with a ventilation system

and, where appropriate, heating and cooling system, which they are designed,

constructed and operated so as to



and) the concentration of ammonia (NH3) does not exceed 20 ppm and the concentration of carbon

carbon dioxide (CO2) does not exceed 3 000 ppm, while the measurement is performed on the

the level of Heads of chickens kept for meat production,



(b) the external temperature) the internal temperature by more than 3 ° c, if

This outside temperature in the shade exceeds 30 ° c,



(c)) the average relative humidity measured in the lobby of the economy in the course of 48

hours do not exceed 70%, if the outdoor temperature is lower than 10 ° c.



(4) if the stocking density is higher than 33 kg/m2, in literature,

to a flock of chickens kept for meat sent to the slaughterhouse, together with the relevant

flock shall mention the particulars of daily mortality rates and cumulative daily rate

mortality rate calculated by the owner or keeper, and the details of the hybrid or

breed chickens. The daily mortality rate means the number of chickens kept at the

the meat, which have died in one Hall on the same day, including the chickens kept

the meat, which was brakována because of the disease or even from other

reasons, divided by the number of chickens kept for meat production, which on that day

located in the lobby, multiplied by 100. The cumulative daily mortality rate

means the sum of the daily mortality rates.



(5) under the supervision of the official veterinarian, the information referred to in

paragraph 4, as well as the number of chickens kept for meat production, which was in

the arrival of the dead, with an indication of the economy and in the Hall


economy. The credibility of data and cumulative daily mortality rates are

verifies with reference to the number slaughtered chickens kept for meat production and on the number of

chickens kept for meat production, which was on arrival at the slaughterhouse.



(6) the official veterinarian shall evaluate in the context of the checks carried out

under Regulation (EC) No 854/2004, the results of a post-mortem examination to

learn other possible signs of a lack of animal welfare in the economy

or in the lobby, in the holding of origin, such as abnormal rate

Contact Dermatitis, parasitic disease and systemic disease.



(7) if the mortality rate referred to in paragraph 4, or results

post-mortem examination referred to in paragraph 6, the lack of cool

the animals, the official veterinarian shall notify the owner of the relevant data

or keeper of the animals and the locally competent authority Veterinary Administration.



section 11b



The criteria for allowing increased density that exceeds the density of

39 kg/m2, and a maximum of 3 kg/m2



(1) the criteria for allowing increased density that exceeds the

39 kg/m2 density, up to a maximum of 3 kg/m2, are the following:



and the economy) monitoring by the competent authority of the protection

of animals during the last 2 years did not reveal any deficiencies as regards the

requirements set by the laws and regulations governing the protection and breeding of chickens

kept for meat ^ 6)



(b) the monitoring by the owner or holder) of the holding is carried out

the use of best management practices manuals that contain instructions for

compliance with legislation governing the protection and breeding of chickens kept

the meat ^ 6)



(c)) for at least seven consecutive controlled flocks in the lobby

the cumulative daily mortality rate was less than 1% + 0.06% multiplied by the age

the slaughtered flock in days.



(2) if the competent authority has not been done during the last animal protection

two years on-farm monitoring must be done at least

one monitoring in order to verify whether the requirement referred to in paragraph

1 (a)).



(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 (a). (c)), the competent authority may decide to

the increase in density, provided the owner or holder of a sufficient

the explanation for the exceptional nature of a higher cumulative daily mortality rates

or prove that it is not in its options affect its causes.



§ 11 c



cancelled



§ 12



Minimum standards for the protection of farmed ratites



(1) the minimum standards of protection, in particular the faremně kept runners species

ostrich (Struthio camelus), nandu pampový (Rhea americana) and

EMU (Dromaius novaehollandiae), lays down the following conditions



and the economy is at least fencing) 180 cm high, rounded at the corners,

strong and safe enough to avoid in case of impact

injuries to runners. The farm must be secure against the entry of larger species

wild animals or stray dogs,



(b) the minimum size of the enclosure) for 3 adult ostriches is 1000 m2,

each additional adult plus 800 m2; the shortest side of the enclosure

shall not be less than 10 m, and at least one side must be extended

100 m,



(c) the minimum size of the enclosure) for 3 adult nandu or emu is a 500 m2, on

each additional adult plus 250 m2; the shortest side of the enclosure

shall be not less than 7 m and at least one side must be extended

70 m,



(d)) in one paddock can be reared only one breeding group, i.e.. 1

breeding male and 1 to 5 of breeding females. This prevents physical contact

between each breeding groups, in some cases, it is necessary

and Visual barrier.



(2) the minimum height of the shelter for adult ostriches is 3 m.

the width of the door and is 150 cm. passes the walls enclose the shelter of the three

the parties and closing system in it allows the separation of the male. Minimum

area for ostriches is 10 m2 per 1 adult piece for the young from

the time of hatching until 6 months of age increases gradually from 0.25 to 2 m2 per 1

the piece, minimum total area pens for this category is 30 m2.



(3) the minimum height of the shelter for adult nandu and emu is 2.5 m.

Minimum door width and is 150 cm. passes the walls enclose the shelter

from three sides and sealing system it allows the separation of the male. Area

nandu and emu has to achieve at least 5 m2 to 1 for an adult,

chicks from hatching to 6 months of age increases gradually from 0.25 m2

to 2 m2 per 1 piece, minimum total area pens for this category is

20 m2. The maximum number in a group of young runners is 40 individuals.



(4) individual may only be held by an ostrich, nandu and emu only after a period of

necessary when illness, injury, or aggressive behavior. In doing so,

He must be able to see and hear other birds in breeding.



section 13 of the



Minimum standards for the protection of the farmed fur animals



(1) the design, implementation and maintenance of equipment for the breeding of fur

animals must, in accordance with the specific requirements of the species to provide

plenty of space for normal locomotion behavior, modifying the coat,

ways, rest, taking a position for sleep, unlimited movement type

limbs and standing up.



(2) animals which are a normal part of life, or respond to movement

interruptions, leaps, and animals that in examining the area stop on rear

feet, you must have enough space for these movements anywhere except the part

reserved for sleep.



(3) the animals must be able to see the other animals, and if it is

part of normal behavior and it increases the well-being of individuals,

examine your social environment and exhibit behavior associated with

maintaining the social structure.



(4) the floor and spaces beneath cages must well water to

be easy to remove the feces and spill the water, without the

animals disturbed, zneklidňována, or or wounded. The materials used in

floors shall be suitable for the type of fur animals.

If they are used perforated floors, it is necessary to make them suitable for the

the type, size, age and weight of the animals and shall form a rigid, even and

the standing surface.



(5) in the breeding must always be ready for adequate handling equipment

with the lack of, ošetřovanými and tested animals, especially manipulation

AIDS and the manipulation of the cage.



(6) for a farm Minks and ferrets down the following areas

the cage without budníku



and one adult animal area) 2550 cm2,



(b)), one female with Cubs to weaning 2550 cm2,



(c)) pups weaned for 2 PCs-2550 cm2,



(d)), the minimum height 45 cm cages.



(7) the Adjustment technology for breeding Minks and ferrets are to be made in the

These dates



and) all systems in which it is used by the space cage smaller than

1600 cm2 and the height is less than 35 cm, is excluded from use until 31 December 2006.

December 2004,



(b)) all systems which do not have parameters set out in

paragraph 6, but for which it is being used to cage space greater than 1600 cm2 and

height is greater than 35 cm, must retire from use until 31 December 2006. December

2013.



(8) for a farm foxes and dogs in mývalovitých shall be the following

parameters for use in the cage without budníku



and one adult animal area) 8000 cm2,



(b)), one female with Cubs to weaning 20000 cm2,



(c)) pups weaned-12000 cm2 for 2 PCs,



(d) the minimum cage height 70) cm.



(9) for a farm nutrií the following parameters shall be determined for

space pens without budníku



and one adult animal area) 10000 cm2,



(b)), one female with Cubs to weaning 20000 cm2,



(c)) pups weaned-2 SC 5000 cm2.



(10) for a farm chinchillas down the following parameters for the

space cage without budníku



and one adult animal area) 5000 cm2,



(b)), one female with Cubs to weaning 5000 cm2,



c) chick weaned 3330 cm2,



(d) the minimum cage height 100) cm.



(11) all the technological systems for farming fur animals

referred to in paragraphs 8 to 10, which is below the established parameters,

is excluded from use until 31 December 2006. December 2013.



§ 14



Minimum standards for the protection of the farmed cervids



(1) the minimum standards regulating the care requirements in the breeding of deer,

in particular, forest deer (Cervus elaphus), siky (Cervus nippon) and venison

the European (Dama dama) on farms focused on their economic

usage.



(2) for the breeding of deer and venison, with a density of European counts

animals from 0.5 to 15 pieces per 1 ha, according to natural conditions and

the intensity of the feeding. The area of the farm is split according to local conditions

to multiple enclosures to provide care for pasture rotation system

grazing. The pastures are used to divide a fixed mesh or

electric fencing for several conductors placed one above the other. Electric

fencing must be made more visible by applying a strip of fabric with a width of 5 to 10

cm. You cannot use continuous electric current pulses are used

have a length of no more than 2 seconds. The winter season may be earmarked for

animals diminished range.



(3) If on the farm establish passageways should be at least 5 to 6

m wide.



(4) when setting up pens for the animals for a winter vacation, quarantine

etc. is calculated with the desktop




and 2 m2) for the deer up to 25 kg,



b) 2.5 m2 for the deer at the age of 5 to 11 months-from 40 kg to 90 kg



c) 3 m2 and more in the case of housing purchases and adult animals over 75 kg.



(5) if the Cubs are placed in a sealed housing in the

the winter season, is large enough for the deer pen on the floor plan of 3 x 4 m 5

pieces for the breeding pen on the floor plan daňčat 4 x 2.5 m for 6 pieces.



(6) in the construction of pens can be used wood construction, the walls of the pens must

be for deer at least 1.8 m high and 1 m fixed, the remaining part of the

the walls may be made of wire mesh, the fallow is recommended to use a fixed whole

the walls. The concrete floor in the forecastle is covered with bedding.



(7) on each farm must be sufficient water source for watering the animals.

Biological water deer is covered by either permanent access

animals to the napajedlům, or they must be served daily supply of water.



(8) Lactating females must have permanent access to drinking water.



(9) the power device must be located so as to minimise

the possibility of contamination of water in the urine, or feces or pouring the water,

rozbahnění terrain, or injury to animals.



(10) in the handling of animals should act calmly, exaggeration,

animals natlačují slowly. Dogs are used only if they are

specially trained.



§ 15



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of the Treaty of accession of the Czech

Republic to the European Union enters into force.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Annex 1



Additional requirements for premises for the stabling of cattle



1.



Cows-minimum dimensions vazného stall

----------------------------------------------------------------

Live standing duration duration Length Width

weight dimensions in mm short medium long

in kg in mm in mm in mm

----------------------------------------------------------------

to 550 1120 1830 2210 2390

550 to 650 1150 1900 2300 2480

over 650 1180 1960 2360 2560

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2.



The minimum dimensions of free stabling of cattle

------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------------------

The category Box (Hutch)-area Width box Dimensions the dimensions of the motion or kombiboxu

lehárny passages in mm in mm

in m2/piece or live in mm

hmotnost ------------------------ --------------------------------- -------------------------

one-way two-way length width length width

--------------------

one opposite

a number of series

------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------------------

Cows 5.00/piece 2300 2050 1100 1750 1100

------------------------------------- 850 1600 -----------------------------------------------------------

Birthing 9.00/piece

Hutch for the

free calving

------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------------------

Babes 0.90/100 kg ž.hm. 850 1600 1900 1700 800

up to up to up to

2300 2050 1100

^1) ^1) ^1)

-----------------------------------------------------------

Fattening bulls 0.90/100 kg ž.hm. 1100 2100

stlané ^ 2) ^ 2)

-----------------------------------------------------------

Fattening bulls 0.45/100 kg ž.hm.

celoroštové

------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------------------



Note:



1) according to the weight of 200 kg.



2) passage of motion must be at least as wide as the input and

the exit hole of the stable.



When the number of livestock more than 25 pieces in a group must be

the dimensions increase by at least 30%.



Annex 2



Additional requirements for premises housing pigs



1.

The clear width of přeháněcích streets for pigs



----------------------------------------------------------- ----------------

Minimum Category

the width of the aisle

in mm

----------------------------------------------------------- ----------------

Sows and gilts 800

Dochov piglets-accommodation in the forecastle 650

Dochov piglets-battery cages in multi-storey housing 800

Pigs for fattening 650

Boars 950

----------------------------------------------------------- ----------------



Note:



Clear width means the dimension between the edge of the excess of parts coverage

in the aisle (posts, trough).



2. The dimensions of the manhole for pigs

--------------------------------------

The minimum size in mm

--------------------------------------

Width 600

Height 900

--------------------------------------



Annex 3



Additional requirements for premises for the stabling of horses



1.



The minimum dimensions of the stalls for horses

--------------------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------

The height of the stick horse Stabling Feed instead of

at the withers when the free housing

v m ------------------------------- -------------------------------

the length, in width, in height, in m length width in m

m m desks in the m

(No.

the bars)

--------------------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------

< 0.85 1.40 1.50 1.00 0.50-0.80 0.86 1.07 1.80 1.15 0.95 1.75 0.50 1.08 up to 1, 30 2.15 1.40 0.55 up to 2.10 1.15 1.31 1.40 1.50 2.35 1.25 up to 2.30 0.60 1.41 1.48 2.45 1.60 1.30 to 1.60 2.40 0.65 1.49 2.65 1.75 1.40 2.60 0.70 to 1.85 1.61 1.50 1.70 2.85 2.75 0.75 > 1.71 1.60 2.00 3.00 2.90 0.80

--------------------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------



2.



The minimum space in the box for horses

----------------------- ------------------------------ -----------------------------

The height of the stick horse stabling for foals, individual Box

at the withers in m and box for Mare

with Colt ^ 2)



surface ^ 1) the shortest side of the area in m2 the shortest

in m2 in m party in m

----------------------- ------------------------------ -----------------------------

< 0.85 1.60 3.50 3.00 1.50-1.60 0.86 1.07 4.00 4.50 1.90 1.08 up to 1.30 5.00 1.90 6.50 2.30 1.31-1.40 6.00 2.10-2.50 7.50 1.41 1.48 7.00 2.20 8.50 2.60 1.49 to 1.60 8.00 2.35 to 2.80 1.70 10.00 1.61 9.00 11.00 3.00 2.50 > 1.71 10.00 2.70 13.00 3.20

----------------------- ------------------------------ -----------------------------



Notes:



1) for short-term housing area may be reduced to 85% of the tendered

dimensions.



2 Mare with foal) can be kept in this common space to

six months of age of the foal. Then they must be housed in a space that

corresponds to the housing in the group.



3.



The minimum space for one of the horses in breeding in the Group



---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------

Group Boxing Hall to rest ^ 1)

-area in m2-area in m2

---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------

Mature horses over 24 months 100% adult 80% of the adult

horses horses according to point 2 of section 2

---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------

Young horses from 13 to 24 months 75% of the area by 60% by

the estimated size of the projected size of the

adult horses in accordance with point 2 of the adult horse of point 2

---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------

Young horses 6 to 12 months 50% of the area under 40% of the area under

the estimated size of the projected size of the

adult horses in accordance with point 2 of the adult horse of point 2

---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------



Notes:



1) indicates the space available for lying down. Device for feeding shall not

be counted in the space to the lying down. If the horses have a possibility of free

movement in the Hall and are fed by, the same conditions of space, such as

in the case of a group box.



Annex 4



cancelled



1) communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 21/2000 Sb. m. s.,

the negotiation of the European Agreement on the protection of animals kept for farming

purposes.



2) Council Directive 93/119/EC of 22 December 2004. December 1993 on the protection of animals

at slaughter or killing.




Council Directive 98/58/EC of 20 May 1999. July 1998 on the protection of animals

kept for farming purposes.



Council Directive 1999/74/EC of 19 June 2000. July 1999, which establishes the

minimum requirements for the protection of laying hens.



Council Directive 2007/43/EC of 28 June 1999. June 2007 on the minimum

the rules for the protection of chickens kept for meat production.



Council Directive 2008/119/EC of 18 June 2003. December 2008 laying down the

the minimum requirements for the protection of calves (codified version).



Council Directive 2008/120/EC of 18 June 2003. December 2008 laying down the

the minimum requirements for the protection of pigs (codified version).



2A) § 3 (b). w) Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals against

cruelty, as amended.



2B) Annex A, section II, para. 7, first indent, of Directive 93/119/EC.



2 c) Appendix 2 of Regulation No 615/2006 Coll., laying down emission

limits and other terms of the operation of the other stationary sources

air pollution.



4) Act No. 155/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration

farm animals and amending certain related laws

(plemenářský Act), as amended by Act No. 309/2002 Coll., Act No.

162/2003 Coll. and Act No. 288/2003 Coll.



6) Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended by

amended.



Decree No 136/2004 Coll., laying down the details of the labelling

animals and their record-keeping and holding registers and people laid down

breeding law, as amended.



Council Directive 2007/43/EC of 28 June 1999. June 2007 on the minimum

the rules for the protection of chickens kept for meat production.