Executive Order On Poultry Production

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om fjerkræproduktion

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Executive order area and definitions

Chapter 2 Registration and authentication of business

Chapter 3 General requirements for setting up and running of enterprises

Chapter 4 Breeding, breeding and rearing establishments

Chapter 5 Hatchery operators

Chapter 6 health checks on breeding, propagating and rearing and hatchery company

Chapter 7 the Suspension and revocation of authorisation

Chapter 8 Circulation of poultry

Chapter 9 Transitional provisions and derogations

Chapter 10 Payment, penalty, entry into force and transitional provisions

Annex 1

The full text of the ordonnance on Annex 2 fjerkræproduktion1)

Pursuant to §§ 4-5, § 7, § 26, § 27, paragraph 1, article 29, article 30, paragraph 3, article 33, article 34, paragraph 1, section 37 and section 70 (3) of law No. 432 of 9. June 2004 on the keeping of animals shall be fixed:

Chapter 1

Executive order area and definitions

§ 1. This notice includes registration, approval of and requirements for the operation of companies with poultry as well as circulation of poultry and hatching eggs, including feathered hatchery establishments.

(2). The provisions of Chapter 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 do not include feathered companies, apart from feathered hatchery operators, unless firms wish to samhandle within the EU.

(3). The Ordinance shall not apply to poultry kept in zoological facilities and backyard poultry.

§ 2. In this notice, the term:





1) ' Poultry ' shall mean Fowl, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quails, pigeons, game birds and ratites reared or kept in captivity in a business with a view to sale, breeding, production of meat, eggs for consumption or for restocking.

2) ' wild game ': Pheasants, mallards, partridges, stone chickens and rødhøns.

3)» backyard poultry ' shall mean Poultry kept for purposes other than those referred to in (i); 1, including with a view to the fairs, competitions, exhibitions, breeding or production of meat or eggs for consumption for own consumption.

4) ' hatching eggs ' means Eggs laid by poultry as referred to. Nr. 1, which is intended for hatching.

5) ' poultry ' means any poultry species Daggammelt with an age of less than 72 hours old, not yet fed;

6) ' breeding poultry ' shall mean Poultry which have an age of 72 hours old or more, intended for the production of hatching eggs.

7) ' Herd ' means a collection of animals of the same species, which is used for a particular purpose, which are linked to a specific geographical location, and which has an owner in the form of a legal or physical person.

8) ' Flock ' shall mean Poultry of the same age and with the same health status constitute an operational entity and shall be kept at the same CHR-number, and constituting a single epidemiological unit.

9) ' establishment ' means any installation or part of an installation, which is located on the same property, with the following field of activity.





a) pedigree breeding establishment: company with more than 100 PCs. formeringsdyr, whose activity consists in the production of eggs for hatching or rearing of breeding or propagating plants.

b) Central breeding establishment: an establishment, whose activity consists in the rearing of more than 100 PCs. poultry for breeding establishment.

c) breeding establishment: an establishment with more than 100 paragraph breeder, whose activity consists in the production of hatching eggs for the production of konsumægsproducerende poultry or poultry.

d) Breeding establishment: an establishment, with the rearing of more than 100 PCs. poultry, whose activity consists in ensuring the growth of the poultry until the laying stage or until the release date.

e) Hatchery establishment: an establishment, incubates and hatches eggs 1000 or more annually and supply of daggammelt poultry from here.





10)» All in all out principle ': Team operation, where all poultry shall be inserted at the same time, and are removed at once.

11) ' circulation ' shall mean the sale or other transfer of poultry, hatching eggs and poultry daggammelt.





Chapter 2

Registration and authentication of business

§ 3. Companies must be approved by the food the region before production begins.

(2). Authentication is done on the basis of supervision in the company.

(3). Already approved undertakings shall, not later than two years after the entry into force of the Decree regodkendes of food region. In special cases, the food the region impose on the company regodkendelse before the deadline.

(4). Food region shall report on a quarterly basis the approved establishments for veterinary and Food Administration.

§ 4. Establishments covered by section 3 must be assigned a supervisor veterinarian.

§ 5. Application for registration and approval must be submitted to food region, indicating:





1) Business owner's name, address and telephone number,

2) corporate address,

3) supervisory veterinarian,

4) a description of the activity, the company must exercise,

5) hygiene measures, and

6) device.





§ 6. Change of ownership, moving, extension, termination or other significant change in a company's activity must be notified in writing within seven days after the change of food the region has begun.

(2). Expansion or other significant change in the company's activity, in some cases, require approval by the company.

Chapter 3

General requirements for setting up and running of enterprises

§ 7. Enterprises able and décor to fit the production form. Businesses must be so arranged as to the introduction of infectious livestock diseases.

(2). There must be good hygiene conditions, and could be carried out health checks, see. Chapter 6.

§ 8. Within a business area must not be exercised activities other than those for which the company is approved.

§ 9. Buildings must be brick or listed on the fixed base.

(2). Areas around the buildings must be kept tidy and veldrænede. There must be opportunity for effective rodent control.

(3). Excluded from paragraph 1 of this article, is the production of game birds, except for feathered hatchery establishments.

§ 10. Establishment of safety gates at the entrance to each shed section. Forrummet must be divided into a clean and an unclean section by a grate where change of footwear can take place.

(2). Excluded from paragraph 1 of this article, is the production of game birds, except for feathered hatchery plants when production is not going on in the buildings, which are the basic brick or at fixed shelf.

§ 11. In a company must all premises used for poultry or hatching eggs disinfection of hatching eggs, forrugning, hatching or packaging of poultry or hatching eggs have a floor that is impervious to water and decorated with drain.

(2). Companies must be arranged in such a way that the premises and furniture easily and efficiently can be cleaned and disinfected, without materials are destroyed or damaged.

(3). Excluded from paragraph 1 of this article, is the production of game birds, except for feathered hatchery plants when production does not take place in buildings that are brick-built or on fixed shelf.

§ 12. All of the premises, equipment and utensils must be kept in good order, be clean and groomed.

(2). Staldrum for poultry, safety gates, ventilation system, feed and Beverage facilities and utensils, shall immediately after emptying the House for poultry must be cleaned and disinfected.

§ 13. The company must use solid and leak-proof containers, equipped with tight-fitting lid, for temporary storage of all animal residues from production with the exception of manure. Animal residuals and dead animals from production to be disposed of in accordance with by-product regulation.

(2). Conditions for storage and final disposal of manure shall be subject to approval by the food the region.

§ 14. Dogs and cats must not move in the premises.

(2). The premises must be secured against rats, mice, birds, and insects, and these must be tackled adequately.

§ 15. Staff must outside the company does not have contact with other poultry, backyard poultry or products which can pose a risk for transmission of a contagious poultry disease or zoonosis.

(2). Personnel who have contact with other livestock production, must be particularly careful with hygiene. This involves, among other things, total change of clothing and footwear, upon arrival at the company.

(3). Staff must wear suitable working clothes and wash their hands may be necessary. Staff must make change of clothes as well as disinfection and change of footwear by the individual buildings ' entrances and exits at the company. On wild plants, with the exception of feathered hatchery establishments must change of clothes as well as disinfection and change of footwear happen at the entrance to the company.

§ 16. Visitors, including the supervising veterinarian and consultants must wear clothes, and incidentally act as described in article 15, paragraph 3. Extraneous visit must as far as possible be avoided.

(2). There must be records of visits to the company.

§ 17. Food at least a yearly supervision making region in the company.

Chapter 4

Breeding, breeding and rearing establishments
§ 18. On the company must only be poultry which originate from the company itself or from other companies which have been authorized under section 3 or who are samhandlet or imported from third countries in accordance with the Decree laying down animal health conditions for trade within the European Community trade in poultry and hatching eggs as well as imports from third countries.

§ 19. If a company is more poultry species, these must be clearly separated.

§ 20. Operating form must as far as possible be based on everything all out principle.

(2). For companies that produce after all in all out principle, must be cleaned and disinfected in the period between emptying and inserting.

§ 21. Eggs must be collected several times a day.

(2). The eggs must be disinfected as soon as possible with a product which is suitable for disinfection of hatching eggs, and, if necessary, be cleaned before disinfection.

§ 22. Must be kept daily records of each flock with information about:





1) Production performance,

2) morbidity,

3) mortality, including cause,

4) results of laboratory tests,

5) entry and exposure time of birds, including poultry, daggammelt and

6) origin and destination of the poultry, including daggammelt poultry and hatching eggs.





§ 23. Must be kept daily records of each flock with information about the entry and stay of poultry, including daggammelt poultry, production performance, morbidity, mortality, including cause, laboratory investigations and response, poultry origin and destination, including poultry daggammelt poultry and hatching eggs. The records must be kept for at least two years after that the Flock is removed.

(2). The records must, on request, banished the supervising veterinarian or food region.

(3). Food the region may require the person responsible for the company to submit the records referred to in paragraph 1 to the food the region.

Chapter 5

Hatchery operators

§ 24. There must be physical and operational separation between hatchery company and any adjacent breeding business.

(2). Hatchery plant shall be arranged so that the various departments can be separated in the storage and classification of eggs, disinfection, forrugning, hatching as well as preparing and packing of consignments.

§ 25. Operation on hatchery establishments shall be organised in such a way that the individual workflows sektioneres, and to poultry, tools and people moves from pure to impure in the company (one-way traffic-principle).

(2). Working clothes must be changed as necessary, and footwear disinfected or changed upon arrival at each of the company's titles, and when these are abandoned.

section 26. Hatchery operators should disinfect all hatching eggs upon receipt with a product which is suitable for disinfection of hatching eggs.

(2). Disinfection of hatching eggs must take place in a separate room.

(3). Immediately after disinfection eggs must be placed in an isolated storage room with option for ventilation and temperature control. The eggs must not be touched or repacked after disinfection.

(4). Treatment of hatching eggs with medications may only take place in a storage room for hatching eggs or a separate room.

(5). Vaccination and treatment of daggammelt poultry with medications may only take place in a separate room.

§ 27. Incubators and hatchers must be cleaned and disinfected between each rugning and hatching.

(2). Continuous rugning used to be fixtures and transport equipment with hatching eggs must be cleaned and disinfected before placing in forrugere, and the machine must be cleaned from dust prior to loading of hatching eggs.

(3). Premises for sexing and for storage of daggammelt poultry must be flushed between each hatching. Before the new poultry is inserted, shall be carried out cleaning and disinfection of premises and furniture.

section 28. A hatchery establishment approved for incubation of game birds, do not incubate hatching eggs from other poultry.

section 29. If a company is incubating eggs from several species, these must be clearly separated.

section 30. A hatchery business may only receive hatching eggs, which come directly from undertakings approved in accordance with this Ordinance or which is samhandlet or imported from a third country in accordance with the provisions in the Ordinance concerning the animal health conditions for trade within the European Community trade in poultry and hatching eggs as well as imports from third countries.

section 31. Incubation of hatching eggs shall come to pass, so hatching from a given company can always be identified in the incubator.

section 32. The company shall maintain records containing the following information:





1 the nature and origin of the eggs),

2) eggs to the arrival date,

3) hatching results

4) anomalies,

5) laboratory tests and answers

6) quantity and destination of the eggs hatched, and brood, but not

7) daggammelt poultry destination.





(2). The records must be kept for at least two years after the eggs have hatched.

(3). The records shall be produced whenever the supervising veterinarian or a representative of the food the region.

(4). Food the region may require the person responsible for the companies to submit the records referred to in paragraph 1 to the food the region.

Chapter 6

Health checks on breeding, propagating and rearing and hatchery company

section 33. Companies must implement and maintain a food the region approved programme for health checks.

§ 34. Companies must keep a daily journal, which contains information about:





1) signs of disease,

2) deaths,

3) laboratory investigations, including the results of treatment and vaccination,

4) cleansing and disinfection procedures, and

5) visit.





(2). The company shall keep the documentation for:





1) Receipt and delivery of poultry, hatching eggs and sperm with the indication of the dates and the name of the supplier and the recipients, listed in such a way that any shipment origin at any time can be traced back to the vendor,

2) ægydelse and

3) fralysnings and hatching percent.





(3). It referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 documentation shall be stored in the company for at least two years, and production of food the region on request.

(4). Food the region may require the person responsible for the companies to submit the referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 records for food region.

section 35. If who among poultry that is kept in an establishment appearing abnormally large decrease in ægydelsen, abnormal mortality, decreased feed intake, water absorption, low fertilization percentage or other signs of illness, or if there is suspicion of infectious contact, the undertaking must summon the supervising veterinarian.

(2). Food the region may, in cases of suspicion of disease among poultry shall require the owner or the person responsible for the company's operation, to select a sample specimen for laboratory examination.

§ 36. Breeding, propagating and rearing establishment supervising veterinarian to routinely submit samples from the company in accordance with the guidelines in annex 2 for studies at a laboratory approved for that purpose by the food agency.

(2). Hatchery plant supervisor veterinarian must carry out checks of rugeriets microbiological status after the region's food guide.

section 37. The supervising veterinarian must, as a minimum, carry out the following supervisory visits to the company:





1) Breeding establishments, on a quarterly basis.

2) Farming companies, half-yearly.

3) Propagating plants, semi-annually.

4) hatcheries, quarterly.





(2). Supervisory visit must include at least:





1) review of the poultry,

2) inspection of the poultry,

3) study of any sick and dead poultry,

4) injection into the register of the relationship of the veterinary art, including date of supervision,

5) review and assessment of the company's journal,

6) inspection of the company's vaccination of poultry against Newcastle disease including, where relevant, test results after Newcastle disease vaccination control,

7) control of the company's surveillance for avian influenza, including test results of samples taken,

8) control of the company's sampling in connection with the salmonella monitoring, including test results of samples taken.





(3). Monitoring visitors to be carried out when there is production in the company, URf.eks. in the seasonal production period of feathered game companies.

(4). The supervising veterinarian shall keep records of supervisory visits and keep these for at least two years. The records must be available for food the region and be presented on request.

Chapter 7

Suspension and revocation of authorisation

section 38. A company shall suspend the approval of food region:





1) in the case of suspicion of avian influenza, Newcastle disease, Chicken typhoid (Salmonella gallinarum and s. pullorum), Salmonella, Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma melagridis arizona.

2) when it is found that an undertaking does not comply with the requirements set out in Chapter 2-6.
(2). Suspension pursuant to paragraph 1, nr. 1 shall end when the new investigations have been completed with negative results.

(3). Suspension pursuant to paragraph 1, nr. 2 ends when that adequate arrangements have been made at the request of the official veterinarian.

§ 39. Food the region withdraws a Enterprise authentication, if among the company's poultry is found one or more of the following diseases:





1) avian influenza

2) Newcastle disease,

3) Chicken typhoid (Salmonella gallinarum and s. pullorum),

4) infection with Salmonella arizona,

5) infection with Mycoplasma gallisepticum, or

6) infection with Mycoplasma melagridis.





(2). Food region can revoke a company's approval, if there are added the company poultry, hatching eggs or sperm from another company where there is an established one of the diseases listed in paragraph 1, or there is another form of infectious contact.

(3). Food region can revoke a company's approval, if after renewed call from the official veterinarian, no measures have been taken to comply with the requirements of chapters 2 to 6.

§ 40. An undertaking which has received its approval revoked due to the detection of one or more of those listed in § 39, paragraph 1, no. 1-6 listed diseases, may first ask the food region of a new authorisation when the conditions laid down in annex 1 are satisfied.

(2). The request shall be accompanied by evidence that the conditions set out in annex 1 are satisfied.

§ 41. A company consists of more than one flock, can food region exempt certain measures for the non-infected flocks on special terms.

(2). There must be a confirmation from the supervising veterinarian on the matters referred to in paragraph 1, which must be included in the food region's assessment.

Chapter 8

Circulation of poultry

§ 42. It is prohibited to bring poultry or hobby poultry from a herd, if within the last 30 days, including the day of delivery, is inserted in the poultry herd.

(2). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, it shall be permitted to fraføre other poultry or hobby poultry than the inmates poultry or hobby poultry if they are transferred directly to slaughter.

(3). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, it shall be permitted to fraføre poultry or hobby poultry to kapflyvning, collection or exhibition, when this is in accordance with section 44 (1).

(4). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, it shall be permitted to fraføre other poultry or hobby poultry than the inmates poultry or hobby poultry, provided





1) input poultry is inserted directly into a separate quarantine, with regard to the setting up and running has been approved by the food region or

2) poultry samhandles or exported to a third country.





(5). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, it shall be permitted to fraføre other poultry or hobby poultry than the inmates poultry or hobby poultry, where poultry or backyard poultry are removed for the purposes of direct exposure in the wild or sale for direct exposure in the wild.

(6). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, it shall be permitted to fraføre daggammelt poultry from hatchery establishments.

section 43. Anyone who translates the poultry, including eggs for hatching and daggammelt poultry, shall keep a record of:





1) date

2) sells/full name and address of the person selling,

3) buyer/consignee's name and address, and

4) any carrier.





(2). The records referred to in paragraph 1 shall be kept for at least two years from the time of entry, and must be produced whenever representatives of food region.

(3). Food region may order anyone who translates the poultry, to submit the records referred to in paragraph 1 to the food the region.

§ 44. At joints of poultry to the Organizer:





1) keep a record of the amount of poultry and backyard poultry, including species and quantity, indicating the owner's full name and address.

2) Ensure that the owner is registered in the food region, if the owner sells poultry, including pigeons, by collection.

3) Keep records of possible sale, stating the species, number, labelling, as well as the buyer's and seller's name and address.





(2). The organizer shall, not later than one week after the end of the collection, send food region copy of those records.

(3). The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be kept for at least two years from the time of entry and must be produced whenever representatives of food for the region.

(4). Food region may order the organizer of the Assembly to submit the records referred to in paragraph 1 to the food the region.

§ 45. Anyone who professionally transporting live poultry shall keep records of animals transported, with indication of:





1) date

2) full name and address on it, which the transport takes place,

3) species and number of animals,

4) name and address of the collection rather than transport, and

5) name and address of the place of destination of the transport.





(2). The records referred to in paragraph 1 shall be kept for at least two years from the time of entry and must be produced whenever representatives of food for the region.

(3). Food the region may require the carrier to submit the records referred to in paragraph 1 to the food the region.

§ 46. Transport of poultry for breeding, breeding, rearing and hatchery establishments shall be carried out without that they transported the animals come into contact with other poultry, backyard poultry or other captive birds.

§ 47. The transport of poultry, hatching eggs or sperm from breeding, breeding, rearing and hatchery establishments shall be carried out in suitable disposable packaging.

(2). Used disposable packaging shall be destroyed after use.

(3). Notwithstanding paragraph 1, returnable packaging is used, when it is cleaned and disinfected in accordance with the methods recommended by food region.

Cleaning and disinfecting means of transport for poultry

section 48. Means of transport for poultry and hatching eggs must be of such a nature that they can be cleaned and disinfected in the most appropriate way.

§ 49. Means of transport which have been used for the commercial transport of poultry, must be cleaned and disinfected after the transport.

(2). The carrier shall keep a record of the date and place of the cleansing and disinfection operations.

(3). The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be kept for at least two years from the time of entry, and must be produced whenever representatives of food for the region.

Chapter 9

Transitional provisions and derogations

§ 50. Food agency may grant derogations from the provisions on special terms in § 9 (1) and (2), § 10, section 11, paragraph 1, article 12, paragraph 2, section 13, paragraph 1, §§ 14-16, §§ 26-29, section 31, § 34, paragraphs 1 and 2, § 40, and § § 42-49.

Chapter 10

Payment, penalty, entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 51. Expenditure incurred pursuant to this Ordinance, is food the region irrelevant.

§ 52. With fine punished the,





1) who contravenes section 3, paragraphs 1 and 3, § 4, §§ 6-8, § 9, paragraphs 1 and 2, §§ 10-16, 18-22, § § § 23, paragraphs 1 and 2, § § 24-31, § 32, paragraphs 1-3, § 33, § 34, paragraphs 1-3, section 35, paragraph 1, § § 36-37, article 38, paragraph 1, article 42, paragraph 1, article 43, paragraphs 1 and 2, article 44, paragraphs 1-3, § 45, paragraphs 1 and 2, §§ 46-49.

2) who violate injunctions under section 23, paragraph 3, article 32, paragraph 4, article 34, paragraph 4, article 35, paragraph 2, article 43, paragraph 3, article 44, paragraphs 4 and 5, and section 45, paragraph 3.





(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to two years, if it knows the action or failure occurred violations are committed with intent or gross negligence, and there in the infringement is:





1) Caused damage to human or animal health or caused danger therefor, or

2) achieved or intentional obtained a financial benefit for the person himself or others, including savings.





(3) There may be imposed on companies, etc.. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

§ 53. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 580 of 10. August 1990 on poultry companies, etc., order No. 901 of 26. September 2005 on interior design and operation of hatcheries and rearing-producing undertakings with chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks, Decree No. 125 of 5. March 1996 concerning the production of Guinea fowl, quails, pigeons, pheasants and partridges and ratites, ducks for restocking of companies wishing to samhandle within EU, Decree No. 43 of 29. January 2004 on additional provisions for the movement of poultry and Decree No. 902 of 26. September 2005 on setting up and running of enterprises with the rearing of ready-to-lay pullets to konsumægsproduktion.

(3). Authorisations granted pursuant to section 2 of Executive Order No. 901 of 26. September 2005 on interior design and operation of hatcheries and rearing-producing undertakings with chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks, as well as section 2 of Executive Order No. 125 of 5. March 1996 concerning the production of Guinea fowl, quails, pigeons, pheasants and partridges and ratites, ducks for restocking of companies wishing to samhandle within the EU, however, retain their validity until regodkendelse has been made under section 3, paragraph 3, or until the 1. January 2011.

§ 54. Requirements for approval of feathered hatchery establishments referred to in article 6. section 1, paragraphs 2 and 3 shall only apply from the 15. February 2009.
(2). Authorisations granted pursuant to section 2 of Executive Order No. 902 of 26. September 2005 on setting up and running of enterprises with the rearing of ready-to-lay pullets to konsumægsproduktion, however, retain their validity until regodkendelse has been made under section 3, paragraph 3, or until the 1. January 2011.

(3). Notwithstanding paragraph 2, a requirement for health checks, see. Chapter 6, for hønnike farming, who has previously been subject to the requirements of Executive Order No. 902 of 26. September 2005 on setting up and running of enterprises with the rearing of ready-to-lay pullets to konsumægsproduktion, apply one year after the entry into force of this order.

(3). The provision in section 9, paragraph 2, shall apply one year after the entry into force of this order, in the case of feathered game companies, see. section 1, paragraph 2.
DVFA, the 15. December 2008 P.S.V. Jan Mousing/Tenna Olsen Annex 1

Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum, or Salmonella arizona

Conditions for re-approval after withdrawal of authorisations:




1) slaughter of the infected flock, and.

2) cleaning and disinfection after finishing the killing, or

3) control for that infection with negative results conducted two times with at least 21 days apart after insertion of the animals.



Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis

Conditions for re-approval after revocation of approval:




1) Control of the company for that infection with negative results conducted two times with at least 60 days apart.



Avian influenza or Newcastle disease

Conditions for re-approval after revocation of approval:




1) slaughter of the infected flock, and

2) cleaning and disinfection after finishing the killing.

3) New approval may be given not earlier than 21 days after the approved cleaning and disinfecting, if carried out the killing.

4) other conditions, see. provisions of the outbreaks of avian influenza or Newcastle disease.

Annex 2

Health control




Blood samples taken from the portion of a company's poultry, which goes into planning at the same time (a team of the same age and origin). If the team includes multiple flocks, blood samples representative of the individual flocks.







Number of poultry





Number of samples to be taken in

the flock



 





100-199





50



 





200-499





55



 





500 or more





60



 










2) samples must be taken regularly distributed in flocks. The amount of blood should be a minimum of 1.5 ml. per animal.

3) Chickens:



To be taken blood samples twice a year.




(a)) First blood test be taken around the æglægningens beginning and examined for Mycoplasma gallesepticum, Salmonella gallinarum and Salmonella pullorum.

(b)) the second blood sample examined for Mycoplasma gallisepticum.

4) Turkeys.



To be taken blood samples twice a year.




(a)) First blood test be taken around the æglægningens beginning and examined for Mycoplasma gallesepticum, Mycoplasma meleagridis, Salmonella gallinarum, Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella arizona.

(b)) the second blood sample examined for Mycoplasma gallesepticum and Mycoplasma meleagridis.

5) Guinea fowl, quails, pheasants, partridges, stone chickens and rødhøns.



Take blood tests per year for Salmonella gallinarum and Salmonella pullorum.




6) Ducks, geese, pigeons and ratites must not have made blood test for Mycoplasma gallesepticum, Mycoplasma meleagridis, Salmonella gallinarum, Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella arizona.

Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions that implement certain parts of Council Directive 90/539/EEC of 15 July. October 1990 on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in poultry and hatching eggs as well as imports to third countries.