Order On Cross Compliance

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om krydsoverensstemmelse

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Introduction and definitions
Chapter 2 General provisions on cross-compliance
Chapter 3 Control
Chapter 4 Quality assurance
Chapter 5 Appeals
Chapter 6 Entry into force and termination
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
The full text
Order on cross compliance 1)
Pursuant to § 1. 1, § 4, paragraph. 1, § 22, stk. 2 and § 22 of the Act on administration of the European Community regulations on the organization of agricultural markets, etc. (Enabling Act), see. Legislative Decree no. 297 of 28 April 2004, § 3, no. 2 and 3 as defined. § 2 point . 4 point ad, § 11 paragraph. 4, § 12 and § 13 paragraph. 1 of Law no. 316 of 31 March 2007 on rural development (Rural Development Act) and § 29 paragraph. 2 and § 59, no. 1 and 2, of the Act on forests, see. Act no. 1044 of 20 October 2008 is set by authority:
Chapter 1
Introduction and Definitions
§ 1. This Order establishes the requirements covered by the rules on cross compliance for support schemes for farmers, as well as monitoring.
PCS. 2. The requirements included in the cross-compliance set out in Annex 1 to this Order.
PCS. 3. Where hereinafter refer to the infringement means failure to comply with cross-compliance requirements of Annex 1 to this Order.
PCS. 4. Where hereinafter reference is made to support, understood the support schemes listed in Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003 and the aid referred to in Article 51. 1 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005.
PCS. 5. Where hereinafter refer to the grant application, means the applications submitted for the payment of aid under the single payment and other direct payments referred. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29. september 2003 and the payment requests submitted for receiving aid under Article 36 point a). i) to v) and point b), no. i), iv) and v) referred. Article 51 PCS. 1 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005.
PCS. 6. Where hereinafter refer to the statutory management requirements mean the statutory management requirements listed in Annex III to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003.
PCS. 7. Where hereinafter reference to standards mean the standards referred to in Article 5 and Annex IV to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003.
PCS. 8. Where hereinafter referred to a petty offense, means a violation of a cross-compliance requirements because of its severity, extent and duration can be considered less and which are assessed with an overall score of more than 5, see. § 9 , PCS. 3.
PCS. 9. Where hereinafter refer to the support means support for single payment and other direct payments referred. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003 and support concerning measures for sustainable use of agricultural land and forestry land, see. Article 36, point a). i) to v) and point b), no. i), iv) and v) referred. Article 51. 1 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005.
PCS. 10. Where hereinafter reference is made to directly support means support for single payment and other direct payments referred. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003.
PCS. 11. Where hereinafter reference is made to rural development support means support concerning measures for sustainable use of agricultural land and forestry land, see. Article 36, point a). I) to v) and point b), no. I), iv ) and v) referred. Article 51. 1 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005.
PCS. 12. Where hereinafter reference is made to farmers understood all that can apply for funding referred to. Paragraphs. 9.
Chapter 2
General provisions on cross-compliance
§ 2. Farmers who receive support, to ensure compliance with the requirements of Annex 1 at the farm throughout the calendar year.
PCS. 2. The verification of compliance with the requirements of Annex 1 is amended by the inspection authorities in accordance with applicable rules are designated under. Annex 2.
PCS. 3. The responsible authority for the laws and regulations that form the basis for cross-compliance requirements are listed in Annex 2.
PCS. 4. Control Authority may carry out checks on farms, whether all or part of the holding is transferred after submission of grant application.

§ 3. The provisions of § 2. 2, the control authorities report the violation of the requirements of Annex 1 to the Food. Reduction or elimination of direct payments apply only if the offense involves an agricultural activity or event occurred in an agricultural area. For recipients of rural development support, the obligation to comply with the requirements of Annex 1 does not apply to non-agricultural activities on a holding and non-agricultural land for which not sought rural support.
PCS. 2. Violation of the requirements of Annex 1 may lead to a reduction percentage of support in the calendar year in which the aid application or the payment claim is received and in which, the violation is detected. Food shall, in accordance with Community provisions on the level of reduction.
PCS. 3. If the infringement is deliberate, the Food decide on terminating aid in the calendar year in which the aid application or the payment claim is received and in which, the violation is detected. The intentional breach a particular aid scheme, Food decide to exclude the farmer from that aid scheme for the calendar year. In case of very serious, permanence or frequent, willful violation, Food also decide to exclude the farmer from aid for the following year.
PCS. 4. Repeated violations to the same requirements within 3 years considered as repetition by the Food Agency decision to reduce the aid. In determining whether there is repeated violation of the rules included only offense that led to the reduction of aid.
PCS. 5. In case of repetition, calculated the percentage of reduction for the first time as a percentage of reduction of the present offense multiplied by 3. In subsequent repetition calculated the percentage of reduction as the previous reduction percentage multiplied by 3.
PCS. 6. It is for the farmer to provide the necessary assistance in inspections so checks can be carried out in accordance with this Order.
§ 4. The checks carried out in the period from 1 January to 31 December.
Chapter 3
control
Control Removing
§ 5. The inspector shall take a year based on a risk analysis, see. Annex 3 to this Order, the minimum one per cent. of the farms for which an application for direct payments, which are within the control authority's territory for cross-checking. Sampling is done on the basis of the achievements for which the application for direct aid and Food provide information on 1 January.
PCS. 2. Apart from the municipalities, a regulator instead annually on the basis of a risk analysis, see. Annex 3, choose to take the number of holdings for checks, corresponding to a minimum of one per cent. of the farms for which an application for direct payments, which are subject to control arrangements that fall within the competence of that authority.
PCS. 3. The frequency of checks in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 shall not apply where another minimum control rate appears from the existing legislation in general.
PCS. 4. Food take out annually on the basis of a risk analysis, see. Annex 3 to this Order, at least one percent of all beneficiaries submitting payment claims under Article 36, point a). I) to v), and point b). i), iv) and v) of Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 for control of cross compliance.
PCS. 5. The farms which have been applied for direct aid and Food provide information in accordance with paragraph. 1, is finally determined after the deadline for submission of applications for specific support provided. § 1. 10. Control Authority may by taking control after paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2 based on a risk analysis make substitutions in the holdings is taken to check against proper justification and documentation.
PCS. 6. Holdings, for which an application for direct payments, which include production units located in more than one municipality geographic area included in the calculation of control volume by paragraph. 1 in the municipality that has taken the farm to control.
PCS. 7. The inspection authority shall each year before 15 May notify the Food Industry, the establishments control authority has provisionally selected for control.
PCS. 8. Food notify the control authority minimum control rate for each calendar year.

PCS. 9. Follow-up controls on minor infringements, see. § 9 paragraph. 4, shall not count for the fulfillment of the minimum control rate.
Control measures
§ 6. Control Authority may carry out spot checks by using an objective indicator control. Indicator control must be as effective as a control without the use of indicators. Using indicator control, the indicator must be directly linked to the demands of the controls and cover all elements to be checked.
PCS. 2. Food should in each case before the use of indicator control endorse Control Authority proposed indicator control.
§ 7. For businesses that are conducted at random according to § 5, the inspector shall carry out checks on all claims that are part of cross-compliance by the supervisory authority designated to control and which can be checked on the samples holding. Checking under this Order and other legislation under other Community rules shall be carried simultaneously where appropriate.
PCS. 2. Municipalities that as supervising aside a holding control and become aware that holding includes production units located outside the municipal territory, orients Food thereof. Food is imposed then list the other municipalities where production units are located, to carry out in relation to these units.
PCS. 3. When selecting the control point should be taken into account that it is possible to control as many of the requirements that formed the basis for selection.
PCS. 4. Inspections can be notified if the purpose of the check is not jeopardized. Such notice shall be limited to the absolute minimum and shall not exceed 14 days.
PCS. 5. During inspection the entire acreage checked for cross-compliance. The physical inspection in the field may be limited to a sample of at least half of the agricultural parcels on the holding, the sample guarantees a reliable and representative level of control of requirements and standards.
PCS. 6. Compliance with the requirements may be limited to a representative sample of the cases to be checked if it is permitted by the existing legislation in general. Furthermore, controls at farm level are replaced by administrative checks or checks on companies as listed in Annex 3, if it can be guaranteed that the checks are at least as effective as during an inspection.
PCS. 7. Using the procedures in paragraph. 5, 2nd sentence. and paragraphs. 6, checks approved by the Food Industry, before control is carried.
§ 8. Food Industry, in cooperation with the control and the responsible authorities, a guide to farmers, which describes the requirements subject to cross compliance.
Evaluation of monitoring results
§ 9. In order to ensure uniform control of cross-compliance requirements and a uniform assessment of the potential violation, establish the Food Agency in cooperation with the control and the responsible authorities, a guide for control authorities for assessment of inspection results, including the assessment of the infringement, based on the requirements.
PCS. 2. Control Authority shall apply for each of the three criteria severity, extent and duration of the characters after paragraph. 3 when assessing the facts. In the assessment of the monitoring results the inspection authority under paragraph. 1 above guidance on the control of cross compliance.
PCS. 3. The three criteria will be judged by the inspector following four step scale:



1) The grade 1: Used when it is judged that the breach of a requirement has very little significance in relation to the purpose of the requirement.
2) mark 2 is used when it is judged that the breach of a requirement only minor significance in relation to the purpose of the requirement.
3) The grade 3: Used when it is judged that the breach of a requirement has significant importance in relation to the purpose of the requirement.
4) The grade 4: Suitable when it is judged that the breach of a requirement is of great importance in relation to the purpose of the requirement.



PCS. 4. When the offense because of its severity, extent and duration can be considered less, farmer during the inspection take remedial measures to bring the infringement to an immediate end. Brought the minor offense was not terminated during the inspection, the inspector shall within 3 months from the time of inspection inform the farmer that this should remedy the observed minor infringement within 6 months after the time of inspection.
PCS. 5. If the farmer immediately during the inspection to repair the minor infringement under. Paragraph. 4, there is no breach of cross-compliance requirements. If the farmer remedies the minor infringement within 6 months deadline regarded the relationship as a minor infringement of the cross, which does not involve a penalty. If the farmer has not remedied the minor infringement within 6 months of the deadline, the breach must no longer be considered a minor offense, and a reduction of at least 1% applies. Control authority, after 6-month deadline to follow up on whether there is corrected the minor infringement.
PCS. 6 pieces. 4 and 5 shall not apply for rural development support, see. § 1. 11.
§ 10. Prior to the notification shall carry out the authority consulted the farmer of its findings, including the assessment pursuant to § 9. Control Authority states in this regard the farmer that all information obtained in connection with control, including farmer any consultation will be reported to Food and conclude at the Food Agency's calculation of the aid. Before checking the results reported to the Food, corrects the control authority, in consideration of the consultation response, as appropriate control result.
PCS. 2. Inspection results must appear on an audit together with relevant documentation. The report must contain the information set out in Annex 4 to this Order.
PCS. 3. Food prepares a standard audit. The municipal council adopts this standard audit the performance of the control.
PCS. 4. The farmer shall be informed of control results within 3 months of control termination.
Report of control results
§ 11. Control Authority report audit results for all cross-compliance requirements, it has control of the Food Industry.
PCS. 2. Where the farm in advance is taken for the inspection in accordance with § 5, report audit authority all results of the check to the Food, also in cases where the requirements are met.
PCS. 3. Where the control authority for any verification other than drawn under § 5 becomes aware of violations of requirements included in the cross compliance report audit authority alone offense to the Food.
PCS. 4. Monitoring results reported at the web address www.dffe.dk. The report must be completed within one month of the on the spot. This period may be extended to three months under duly justified circumstances, in particular if chemical or physical analysis so require. The report must be sent to the Food within one month of completion. When a control has been a slight infringement has not been corrected during the inspection, this must be reported for the same period. This deadline also applies to the reporting of the results of follow-up of these minor infringements. Consultation responses from the applicant under. § 10 paragraph. 1 shall be submitted to the Food.
PCS. 5. Control Authority must submit the inspection report to the Food in cases where one or more requirements are not met.
PCS. 6. If the control authority has been denied access to the control of cross-compliance, reporting control authority immediately this to the Food.
Chapter 4
quality assurance
§ 12. Control Authority shall have a quality assurance system for control of cross compliance. The quality assurance system must meet the requirements set out in Annex 5 to this Order.
PCS. 2. Documentation of the inspection authority quality assurance system must be submitted to Food if Food requests.
Chapter 5
Complaint

§ 13. Decisions taken by the Food pursuant to this notice in accordance. § 3, paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3, may be appealed to the Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries. Complaints must be filed through the Food Industry. The complaint must be Food no later than 4 weeks after receipt of the decision to appeal.
PCS. 2. Food can reopen a case after the appeal was lodged.
Chapter 6
Entry into force and termination
§ 14. The Order shall enter into force on 1 January 2009 and applies to offenses detected 1 January 2009 and later.
PCS. 2. Order no. 935 of 22 September 2008 on cross-compliance repealed. The notice shall continue to apply to offenses in the period from 25 September to 31 December 2008.
Food, December 19, 2008
arent B. Josefsen
/ Knud Mortensen
Annex 1
Summary of requirements included in the cross compliance











The requirements contained in the following provisions, or any provision replacing these.









Cross-compliance 1: Environment









1.1


Materials, products and materials that can contaminate groundwater, soil and subsoil.
Act no. 1757 of 22 December 2006 on environmental protection, § 19 paragraph. 1 and 2.







1.2


The use of waste for agricultural purposes.
Order no. 1650 of 13 December 2006 on the use of waste for agricultural purposes § 20 paragraph. 1 and § 26 as regards waste water from municipal wastewater treatment plants and sludge from private sewage treatment plant for the treatment of domestic sewage







1.3


Delivery of waste for agricultural purposes.
Order no. 1650 of 13 December 2006 on the use of waste for agricultural purposes §§ 23-25 ​​as regards waste water from municipal wastewater treatment plants and sludge from private sewage treatment plant to treat domestic sewage.







1.4


Fertilization Purpose, fertilizer planning, fertilization accounts, fertilization needs and field level.
Order no. 1650 of 13 December 2006 on the use of waste for agricultural purposes § 21 as regards waste water from municipal wastewater treatment plants and sludge from private sewage treatment plant to treat domestic sewage.







1.5


Maximum udspredningsmængder waste.
Order no. 1650 of 13 December 2006 on the use of waste for agricultural purposes § 22 as regards waste water from municipal wastewater treatment plants and sludge from private sewage treatment plant to treat domestic sewage.







1.6


Hygiene restrictions on the use of waste.
Order no. 1650 of 13 December 2006 on the use of waste for agricultural purposes § 27 as regards waste water from municipal wastewater treatment plants and sludge from private sewage treatment plant to treat domestic sewage.







1.7


Housing and the like.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., §§ 4, 18 and 19, § 21 paragraph. 1 and § 22 as regards the contamination of groundwater and surface water.







1.8


Storage facilities for livestock manure, silage effluent and wastewater.

Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 6







1.9


Storage of manure.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 8, § 10 paragraph. 1, §§ 11 and 20, § 21 paragraph. 1-2 and § 22 as regards the contamination of groundwater and surface water.







1:10


Storage of farmyard manure and compost in the field.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 9, except for the requirement that the compost layer must be covered with compost or airtight material, and § 8 paragraph. 1 of Act no. 1572 of 20 December 2006 on environmental approval, etc. of livestock with regard to spacing requirements for individual water abstraction plants, common water abstraction plants and watercourses (including drains) and lakes.







1:11


Storage of silage.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., §§ 12 and 13, § 21 paragraph. 1 and 3 and § 22 as regards the contamination of groundwater and surface water.







1:12


Storage of liquid manure and silage effluent and sewage.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 15 paragraph. 1, § 21 paragraph. 1 and § 22 as regards the contamination of groundwater and surface water.







1:13


Delivery periods for manure and silage effluent.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 25







1:14


Method of application of manure on non-vegetated areas.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 26 paragraph. 1.







1:15


Manure spreading and area restrictions on manure, silage effluent and sewage.
Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., § 26 paragraph. 2 as amended by Executive Order no. 1209 of 11 October 2007 and Executive Order no. 736 of 30 June 2008.







1:16


2 meter buffer strips along natural streams and lakes.
Act no. 1043 of 20 October 2008 on streams, § 69 paragraph. 1, in the case of cultivation, soil treatment and planting.







1:17


Preparation of fertilizer accounts.
Order no. 975 of 25 September 2006 § 29 (plan period 2006/2007), and Executive Order no. 906 of 16 July 2007 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2007/2008, § 29. Order no. 786 of 22 July 2008 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2008/2009, § 33.







1:18


Sales of livestock manure.
Act no. 757 of 29 June 2006 § 11 paragraph. 4 (for subsequent plan periods).








1:19


The equilibrium between the company's nitrogen consumption and - needs.
Act no. 757 of 29 June 2006 § 5.







1:20


Maximum storage of livestock manure.
Order no. 975 of 29 September 2006 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2006/2007, § 17 paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3 and Order no. 906 of 16 July 2007 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2007/2008 as amended, § 17 paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3, and Order no. 786 of 22 July 2008 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2008/2009, § 18 paragraph. 2 and 3.







1:21


Establishment of vegetation cover.
Order no. 906 of 16 July 2007 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2007/2008 as amended, §§ 26, 26a and 26b and Executive Order no. 786 of 22 July 2008 on the agricultural use of fertilizer and on green cover during the plan period 2008/2009, §§ 27, 28, 29 and 30







1:22


Limits of application of animal manure (harmony rules).
Order no. 814 of 13 July 2006 on commercial animal husbandry, silage, etc. § 28 and Executive Order no. 1695 of 19 December 2006 on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., as amended, § 23, PCS. 1, § 27, § 28, § 29 paragraph. 1 and 2 and § 30







1:23


Protection of natural habitats located in a Natura 2000 area.
Act no. 1042 of 20 October 2008 on the protection of nature, § 3, paragraph. 1-3 so far as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, SACs respectively fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).







1:24


Protection of dune land located in a Natura 2000 area.
Act no. 1042 of 20 October 2008om nature conservation, § 8 paragraph. 1, and Executive Order no. 1608 of 11 December 2006 on the preservation of dunes, § 1. 1, insofar as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, SACs respectively fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).







1:25


Protection of beach widths and other areas located between the shore and protection of the coastline, which is located in a Natura 2000 area.
Act no. 1042 of 20 October 2008 on the protection of nature, § 15 paragraph. 1, insofar as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, SACs respectively fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).







1:26


Protection of land in outer boiling in Tonder mask located in a Natura 2000 area.
Act no. 1041 of 20 October 2008 on the protection of external Boiling Tøndermarsken, §§ 10-12, § 16 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 17 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 18 paragraph. 1 and § 19 paragraph. 1 and § 20 as far as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, SACs respectively fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).







1:27


Protection of nests and nesting trees.
Order no. 901 of 11 July 2007 on protection of certain animal and plant species, etc., Capture and trade of wild and care of injured wildlife, § 4.







1:28


The use of traps.
The requirement has been deleted in the Health Check reform of the CAP








1:29


About forest reserve land located in a Natura 2000 area.
Legislative Decree no. 1044 of 20 October 2008 on forests § 8, no. 4, 1st clause. and §§ 11 and 28







1:30


Protection of certain plants.
Order no. 901 of 11 July 2007 on protection of certain animal and plant species, etc., Capture and trade of wild and care of injured wildlife, § 5 and § 6







2) See. Order no. 408 of 1 May 2007 on the designation and management of international nature protection areas and protection of certain species as amended.








Cross Compliance Area 2: Public health, animal and plant health











2.1


Earmarking of cattle with approved ear tags.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1760/2000 of 17 July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and labeling of beef and beef products, art. 4 Commission Regulation (EC) no. 911/2004 of 29 April 2004 on the implementation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1760/2000 as regards eartags, passports and holding registers, Art. 1, 3 and 4, and Commission Regulation (EC) no. 509/1999 of 8 March 1999 extending the maximum period for tagging of cattle bison (Bison bison spp.).
Order no. 1066 of 10 November 2005 on the labeling, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, § 1. 13, § 2 and § 8 paragraph. 1 and 2.







2.2


Reporting of cattle and their movements and transfer of crew register.
Commission Regulation (EC) no. 911/2004 of 29 April 2004 on the implementation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1760/2000 as regards eartags, passports and holding registers, art 8 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1760/2000 of 17 July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration
of bovine animals and labeling of beef and beef products, art. 7.
Order no. 1066 of 10 November 2005 on the labeling, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, §§ 12, 20 and 21, except for reporting on the condition of § 12 paragraph. 2, # 3.







2.3


Registration in the central livestock register CHR.
Council Directive 2008/71 / EC of 15 July 2008 on the identification and registration of pigs, Art. 3 Council Regulation (EC) no. 21/2004 of 17 December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of sheep and goats, Art. 7, and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1760/2000 of 17 July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and labeling of beef and beef products, art. 5.
Order no. 815 of 14 July 2006 on the registration of livestock farms in the CHR, § 3 and § 4, paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4.







2.4


Earmarking of sheep and goats with approved ear tags.
Council Regulation (EC) no. 21/2004 of 17 December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of sheep and goats, Art. 4, as amended by Commission Regulation 993/2003 / EC of 23 September 2008 amending the Annex to Council Regulation (EC) no. 21/2004 as regards the identification of animals and moving their content.
Order no. 1066 of 10 November 2005 on the labeling, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, § 1. 13, § 4, except for the requirement that sheep and goats must be marked within the herd of origin and within 60 days after delivery, unless this period is extended to 6 months after its birth, and § 8 paragraph. 1 and 2.








2.5


Reporting of sheep and goats and their movements and transfer of crew register.
Council Regulation (EC) no. 21/2004 of 17 December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of sheep and goats, Art. 5 and 8 as amended by Commission Regulation 993/2003 / EC of 23 September 2008 amending the Annex to Council Regulation (EC) no. 21/2004 as regards the identification of animals and moving their content.
Order no. 1066 of 10 November 2005 on the labeling, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, §§ 18, 20 and 23







2.6


Notification of suspected BSE in a bovine animal.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down detailed rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible encephalopathies sprongiforme, Art. 11.
Order no. 800 of 13 July 2006 on the supervision and control of BSE in cattle, § 3.







2.7


Notification of suspected TSE in a sheep or a goat.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down detailed rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible encephalopathies sprongiforme, Art. 11.
Order no. 930 of 7 September 2006 on the supervision and control of TSEs in sheep and goats, § 3.







2.8


Rules for cattle herds under public control because of the suspected BSE or discovery of BSE.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down detailed rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible encephalopathies sprongiforme, Art. 12 and 13
Order no. 800 of 13 July 2006 on the supervision and control of BSE in cattle, § 26 paragraph. 1 and 6.







2.9


Rules for crews under public control because of the suspected TSE or finding of TSE in a sheep or a goat.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down detailed rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible encephalopathies sprongiforme, Art. 12 and 13
Order no. 930 of 7 September 2006 on the supervision and control of TSEs in sheep and goats §§ 18 and 19







2:10


Trade in sheep and goats.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down detailed rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible encephalopathies sprongiforme, Art. 15
Order no. 1276 of 13 December 2004 on trade within the European Union with sheep and goats and imports of sheep and goats from third countries, § 5, paragraph. 1, section 5, paragraph. 3 and 4 and § 7, paragraph. 1 and 2 and Executive Order no. 774 of 29 August 2001 concerning veterinary checks in - and export of live animals, § 4, paragraph. 1, § 5, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 8 and § 10
PCS. 1.







2:11


Call the veterinarian suspected foot and mouth disease.
Order no. 1261 of 10 December 2004 on the control of foot and mouth disease, § 2. 1 and 2.







2:12


Call the vet if you suspect swine vesicular disease (SVD) in pigs.
Order no. 141 of 6 March 2003 on the control of swine vesicular disease, as amended, § 3, paragraph. 1 and 2.







2:13



Call the vet if you suspect bluetongue in sheep, goats and cattle.
Order no. 97 of 20 February 2002 on combating bluetongue, § 2. 1 and 3.







2:14


Veterinary drugs.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 14, European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex 1, Part A, II, no. 4 g and j, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section IX, Sec. I, I, no. 1 d and e, see. Art . 3 pieces. 1 of Council Directive 96/22 / EEC on the prohibition of the use of certain substances with hormonal or thyrostatic action and of beta-agonists in livestock consumption, etc., and Council Directive 96/23 / EEC on the control measures to monitor certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal products etc.
Order no. 481 of 29 May 2007 on the animal owners use of medicines in animals and food businesses self-monitoring of residues, § 10, see. § 5, paragraph. 1, 4 and 5, § 11 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 15 paragraph. 1 no. 1-3, § 16 paragraph. 1 and §§ 17 and 18







2:15


Feed and vegetable fødevarermå not be dangerous handling of medicated feed, hazardous substances and waste.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 15 and 20, the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 5 f, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1 as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, I, no. 4 e, see. Art. 5 pieces. 1 and Annex III, pt. 1 and 2, see. Art. 5 pieces. 5.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses §§ 2, 3 and 8
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) 396/2005 of 23 February 2005 on maksimaltgrænseværdier for pesticide residues in or on plant and animal food and feed and amending Council Directive 91/414 / EEC.







2:16


The use of premixes or feed additives in pure form.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, Article 17. 1 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1831/2003 of 22 September 2003 on feed additives, Art. 3 pieces. 1 as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 4 j, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses §§ 2 and 22, paragraph. 1.







2:17


Prohibitions concerning animal protein.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 20 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, Art. 7.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses §§ 2, 3 and 8







2:18


The use and / or possession of plant protection products.

Order no. 533 of 18 June 2003 on pesticides § 4 pcs. 1, as amended by Executive Order no. 385 of 23 May 2008 stated. Consolidated Act no. 1755 of 22 December 2006 on chemical substances and products, § 33 paragraph. 1







2:19


The use of plant protection products should be listed in a syringe journal, and the funds may only be used on crops and in the doses they are approved.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex 1, Part A, II, no. 5 h and III, no. 9a, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1, as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 2 a.
Act no. 1755 of 22 December 2006 on chemical substances and products § 10 paragraph. 2, see. § 35 paragraph. 5, 2nd sentence. Under. § 59 paragraph. 1 no. 9.







2:20


Management of waste from medicine use.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 4 g, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1.
Order no. 481 of 29 May 2007 on the animal owners use of medicines in animals and food businesses self-monitoring of residues, § 5, paragraph. 4 and 5.







2:21


Withdrawal of harmful food and remedy problems identified by official controls.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 19 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 6, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1.







2:22


Preventing the introduction and spread of infectious diseases that can be transmitted to humans through food.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, para. 4 g and h, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1.







2:23


Traceability of animals and food.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 18 and Council Directive 92/102 / EEC on the identification and registration of animals.
Order no. 1066 of 10 November 2005 on the labeling, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, §§ 3, 8, 10, 20 and 22







2:24


Records of animals and food.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, III, no. 8 b, d and e, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1. Council Directive 2001/82 EC on the Community code relating to veterinary medicinal products.
Order no. 481 of 29 May 2007 on the animal owners use of medicines in animals and food businesses self-monitoring of residues, § 13, order no. 1045 of 20 October 2006 on New Health advise in cattle herds, § 12 paragraph. 2.







2:25


Health requirements for the production of milk.

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 14 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section IX, Sec. I, Part 1, no. 1, b and c and No. . 5, see. art. 3 pieces. 1.







2:26


Brucellosis and tuberculosis in milk elevating herds.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section IX, Chapter I, I, no. 2 a i-iii, no. 2 b in -ii, no. 2 c, no. 3 a, b, c, Nos. 4 and 5, without. art. 3 pieces. 1.
Order no. 1417 of 11 December 2007 on bovine tuberculosis, and Executive Order no. 305 of 3 May 2000 on brucellosis (contagious undulant) in cattle and Executive Order no. 739 of 21 August 2001 on brucellosis in sheep and goats.







2:27


Premises and equipment for milk production.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section IX, Sec. I, Part A, no. 1, 2, 3 and 4, see. art. 3 pieces. 1.







2:28


Hygiene during milking and collection.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section IX, Sec. I, Part II, Section B, no. 1 a and d, No. . 2 and no. 4, see. art. 3 pieces. 1.







2:29


Eggs for human consumption.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, Annex III, Section X, chap. I, no. 1, see. Art. 3 pieces. 1.







2:30


The use of biocides and record of biocides.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 5 h and III, no. 9a, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1 as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 2 a, see. Art. 5 pieces. 1.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007, § 2.







2:31


Traceability.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, III, no. 8 a, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety, art. 18 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II, no. 2 e, see. Art. 5 pieces. 6, see. Art. 5 pieces. 1.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007, § 2







2:32


Journal of analytical results.
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part A, III, no. 9 c, see. Art. 4 pcs. 1 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, I, no. 4 g, see. Art. 5 pieces. 1.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses § 2







2:33


Remedial action when problems are identified by the official.

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on food hygiene, Annex I, Part I - Hygiene, see. II, 6







2:34


Journal of the use of genetically modified seeds (GMO seeds).
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene, Annex I, Part A, II - records (crop), see. 4 b.
Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 § 2.










Cross-compliance 3: Animal welfare











3.1


All farm staff.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, § 3.







3.2


All farm, supervision.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, §§ 4 - 5.







3.3


All farm records.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, § 6







3.4


All farm, freedom of movement.
Order no. 1343 of 4 December 2007 the Animal Welfare Act, § 3, paragraph. 1 and 2.







3.5


All farm, rooms and buildings for housing animals.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, §§ 7 - 10







3.6


All farm animals kept outdoors.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, § 11.







3.7


All farm, automated or mechanical equipment.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, §§ 12 and 13.







3.8


All farm animals, water, food and other substances.
Order no. 1343 of 4 December 2007 the Animal Welfare Act, § 2.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, §§ 14-16.







3.9


All farm animals, breeding methods.
Order no. 707 of 18 July 2000 on minimum standards for the protection of farm animals, §§ 17 and 18.







3:10


All farm animals except pigs mutilations.
Order no. 1343 of 4 December 2007 the Animal Welfare Act, § 14, paragraph 1 - 2 Order no. 324 of 6 May 2003 on tail docking and castration of animals, as amended, § 1. 1-2, §§ 2-3, § 5, paragraph. 1, § 6 and §§ 8-9, Order no. 828 of 7 November 1997 on the dehorning of animals, §§ 1-3, Order no. 1069 of 17 December 2001 relating to the keeping of broiler hatching egg production, as amended § 16 paragraph. 1-2 and §§ 17-18, orders no. 533 of 17 June 2002 on the protection of laying hens as amended, §§ 10 - 11 and Executive Order no. 300 of 1 July 1951 on the earmarking of animals §§ 1 - 2.







3:11



Calves, allowances and individual boxes.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 2 a, § 3, § 4 pcs. 1, 2nd sentence. and paragraphs. 2, except that the stricter national requirements in § 3 to space for calves weighing over 200 kg.







3:12


Calves, materials used for animal housing.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 6







3:13


Calves, electrical installations.
Order no. 1343 of 4 December 2007 the Animal Welfare Act, §§ 1 - 3







3:14


Calves, insulation, heating and ventilation.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 7.







3:15


Calves, automated or mechanical equipment.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 8







3:16


Calves lighting.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 9.







3:17


Calves, supervision, including care for dependents.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 10 paragraph. 1 piece. 2, first sentence. and paragraphs. 3.







3:18


Calves, freedom of movement.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 11.







3:19


Calves, real bond.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 5.







3:20


Calves, cleaning and disinfection.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 13.







3:21


Calves, floors and rental areas.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 14 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, 1st - 2nd clause.







3:22


Calves feed.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 15 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 3-4, except that the stricter national requirements in § 15 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., To fibrous feed.







3:23


Calves claim.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 16







3:24


Calves water.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 17, but not the stricter national requirements for irrigation.







3:25


Calves, equipment relating to claims and water.

Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 18 paragraph. 1.







3:26


Calves colostrum to calves.
Order no. 999 of 14 December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended, § 15 paragraph. 2.







3:27


Pigs area requirements.
Act no. 404 of 26 June 1998 on indoor keeping of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended, § 6, paragraph. 1-2 and § 7 a paragraph. 2 and Executive Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, §§ 4 - 5.







3:28


Pigs staking.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 6







3:29


Pigs, pregnant sows and gilts in groups.
Act no. 404 of 26 June 1998 on indoor keeping of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended, § 5, 1st clause. and § 6 paragraph. 3.







3:30


Pigs rooting and employment materials for sows and gilts.
Act no. 404 of 26 June 1998 on indoor keeping of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended, § 9 and Decree no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended § 20 paragraph. 2.







3:31


Pigs feeding system for sows and gilts in groups.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended § 18 paragraph. 2.







3:32


Pigs feed.
Act no. 404 of 26 June 1998 on indoor keeping of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended, § 9 and Decree no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, §§ 17 and 21 || |






3:33


Pigs isolation of pigs.
Act no. 404 of 26 June 1998 on indoor keeping of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended, § 5, 2nd sentence. and Executive Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 10 paragraph. 3 and § 11







3:34


Pigs noise.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 7.







3:35


Pigs lighting.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 8







3:36


Pigs housing design.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, §§ 12 and 25







3:37


Pigs rooting and occupational materials.
Act no. 104 of 14 February 2000 weaners, rearing pigs as amended, § 5, decree no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 20 paragraph. 1, and Act no. 173 of 19 March 2001 on keeping pigs outdoors as amended, § 13, 2nd part.







3:38


Pigs floor surfaces.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 16 paragraph. First








3:39


Pigs feeding.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 18 paragraph. 1.







3:40


Pigs water.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 19, and Act no. 173 of 19 March 2001 on keeping pigs outdoors, § 12, first part.







3:41


Pigs surgical procedures.
Order no. 1343 of 4 December 2007 the Animal Welfare Act, § 16, order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, §§ 13, 22 and 32, order no. 324 of 6 May 2003 tail docking and castration of animals, as amended, §§ 4 and 7.







3.42


Pigs special provisions for boars.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 22, stk. 1, point 1. and paragraphs. 2.







3:43


Pigs special provisions for sows and gilts.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, §§ 23-24, § 26 paragraph. 2 and §§ 27-28.







3:44


Pigs special provisions for piglets.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 30 paragraph. 1. 1st section. and §§ 31 and 33.







3:45


Pigs special provisions for weaners / rearing pigs.
Order no. 323 of 6 May 2003 on the protection of pigs as amended, § 10 paragraph. 1-2, and § 34.










Cross Compliance Area 4: Good agricultural and environmental condition











4.1


The establishment of green cover on set-aside land and agricultural land not cultivated.
Order no. 1598 of 19 December 2007 on direct support to farmers under the single payment scheme as amended, § 24 paragraph. 1-3 and 5.







4.2


Maintenance of set-aside land and agricultural land not cultivated.
Order no. 1598 of 19 December 2007 on direct support to farmers under the single payment scheme as amended, § 25 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, first sentence.







4.3


Land cover on set-aside land and agricultural land not cultivated.
Order no. 1598 of 19 December 2007 on direct support to farmers under the single payment scheme as amended, § 26 paragraph. 1.







4.4


Crop protection, fertilization and irrigation on land set aside and agricultural land not cultivated.
Order no. 1598 of 19 December 2007 on direct support to farmers under the single payment scheme as amended, § 27 paragraph. 1.







4.5


Maintenance of the green cover on permanent pasture.
Order no. 1598 of 19 December 2007 on direct support to farmers under the single payment scheme as amended, § 25 paragraph. 1.








Appendix 2
Overview of the responsible authorities and control practitioners for cross-compliance requirements





Requirements


Control Exercising


The responsible authority



environment





1.1 to 1.15


The municipal


Environmental Protection Agency



1:16


The municipal


Urban and Environmental Planning



1:17 to 1:21


Plant Directorate


Plant Directorate



1:22


Plant Directorate


Environmental Protection Agency



1:23


The municipal


Urban and Environmental Planning



1:24 to 1:25


Plant Directorate *



Urban and Environmental Planning



1:26


The municipal


Forest and Nature Agency



1:27 to 1:30


Plant Directorate *


Forest and Nature Agency








health





2.1 to 2.2


Plant Directorate *


DVFA



2.3


DVFA / Plant Directorate


DVFA



2.4 to 2.5


Plant Directorate *


DVFA



2.6 to 2.14


DVFA


DVFA



2:15 to 2:17


Plant Directorate


Plant Directorate



2:18


Plant Directorate


Environmental Protection Agency



2:19


Plant Directorate


The Environmental Protection Agency and the Plant Directorate



2:20 to 2:29


DVFA


DVFA



2:30 to 2:34


Plant Directorate


Plant Directorate








Animal welfare





3.1 to 3.45


DVFA



Justice








GLM





4.1 to 4.5


Plant Directorate *


Food








* The responsible authority is also responsible control, but control is by agreement transferred to the Plant Directorate.



Appendix 3
Risk analysis
The selection of beneficiaries for the checks must be carried out by a risk analysis.
The following are the requirements for risk analysis:
1) The risk analysis shall be prepared based on applicable legislation, if relevant, alternatively from the relevant requirements or standards. If the risk analysis drawn from the relevant requirements or standards, the risk analysis may be based on individual farms or in farm categories or geographical areas. For support under the single payment and other direct payments referred. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003, if the control authority assesses it is more effective, the risk analysis is made for businesses, especially slaughterhouses, traders or suppliers rather than at farm level. The risk analysis may take into account a) a farmer's participation in the farm advisory system provided for in Articles 13 and 14 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 and b) a farmer's participation in a certification system that is relevant for the requirements and standards in question.
2) 20 - 25% of the producers to be checked on the spot shall be selected randomly.
3) The risk analysis must be documented.
4) The risk analysis should be kept by the control authority of minimum 5 years.
The risk analysis must be submitted to Food if Food requests.
Appendix 4
The inspection report
The report must contain the following information:





a)


A general part, inter alia, contains the following information:





i) information on the recipient of aid which is selected for verification, including name, home address, company registration number, and addresses of any other properties covered by the CVR number





ii) the persons present (including the applicant or his representative)





iii) an indication of whether the beneficiary of aid has received notice of the visit and, if so, how far in advance.



b)


A part reflecting separately the checks carried out for each of the acts and standards, and in particular contains the following information:





i) the requirements and standards, on-site verification includes
ii) the nature and extent of the tests
iii) the results
iv) the acts and standards for which recorded non-compliance. That is a list of the requirements where there were inconsistencies specifying the acts that the requirements arising out of. The indication of the instruments should take the form of a reference to the numbering of the requirements of Annex 1 to this Order.



c)


An evaluation part giving an assessment of the significance of the lack of conformity for each claim based on the criteria "severity", "extent" and "duration" in accordance with. Article 7. 1 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003, and indication of any factors that should lead to an increase or decrease of the reduction to be applied. In the first part, a numerical scale from 1 to 4, as specified in § 9 of this notice.





The criterion of "repetition" evaluated by the Food Industry.















Appendix 5
Quality Assurance System





The control authorities have sole responsibility for implementing their own quality assurance system for the control of cross-compliance, see. § 12 of this Order. The quality assurance system must document:



1)


conferral





a) Who is responsible for checking cross compliance. If control of cross-compliance is delegated to others, provides for a safeguards agreement.





b) who is responsible for ensuring the quality control of cross compliance.



2)


processing





a) that the risk assessment meets the requirements of this Order.





b) the execution and reporting of controls on cross-compliance meeting the requirements of this Order.



If the control authority already has a quality assurance system that can be satisfactorily applied, this could replace the described system.



official notes

1) This Executive Order contains provisions that are necessary for the application of the following regulations: Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003 establishing common rules for CAP direct support schemes establishing certain support schemes for farmers and amending Regulation (EEC) No. 2019/93, (EC) no. 1452/2001, (EC) no. 1453/2001, (EC) 1454/2001, (EC) no. 1868/94 (EC) no. 1251/1999 (EC) no. 1254/1999 (EC) no. 1673/2000, (EEC) no. 2358/71 and (EC) no. 2529/2001, as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 674 of 16 July 2008, Commission Regulation (EC) no. 795/2004 of 21 april 2004 on the implementation of the single payment scheme in Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 establishing common rules for CAP direct support schemes and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 319/2008 of 7 april 2008, and Commission Regulation (EC) no. 796/2004 of 21. april 2004 on the implementation of cross- compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control system provided for in Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 establishing common rules for CAP direct support schemes and establishing certain support schemes for farmers as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1266/2008 of 16 december 2008. the Order includes certain provisions of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 796/2004 of 21 april 2004 on the implementation of cross- compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control system provided for in Council Regulation (EC) no. 1782/2003 establishing common rules for CAP direct support schemes and establishing certain support schemes for farmers. Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) no. 146/2008 of 14. February 2008. Regulation (EC) no. 1974/2006 of 15 december 2006 implementing Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 on support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for rural development (EAFRD) last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1236/2007 of 22 October 2007. Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1975/2006 of 7 december 2006 implementing Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005 as the control and cross compliance in aid for rural development, as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1396/2007 of 28 november 2007 and Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1320/2006 of 6 september 2006 on rules for the transition to the system of support for rural development introduced by Council Regulation (EC) no. 1698/2005. According to Article 249 of the EC Treaty, a regulation applicable in all Member States. Reproduction of these provisions is solely based on practical considerations and does not affect those regulations are directly applicable, in Denmark.