Executive Order On Cross-Compliance

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om krydsoverensstemmelse

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1



Annex 2



Annex 3



Annex 4



Annex 5 The full text of the Executive order on krydsoverensstemmelse1)

Under section 1, paragraphs 1 and 2, section 4, paragraph 1, article 22, paragraph 2, and section 22 (a) of the law on the administration of the European Community regulations concerning schemes under the common agricultural policy is financed by the European agricultural guarantee fund, etc. (support Act), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 445 of 23. April 2010, § 3, nr. 2 and 3 of the basic regulation. § 2, nr. 4 (a) to (d), article 11, paragraph 4, and section 13, paragraph 1, of the lov nr. 316 of 31. March 2007 on rural (rural code), and section 29, paragraph 2, and section 59 of the Act on forests, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 945 of 24. September 2009 shall be determined under the authority: scope



§ 1. The Executive order establishes the requirements covered by the rules on cross-compliance in the context of support schemes for farmers, as well as control thereof.

(2). The requirements are part of cross-compliance, as set out in annex 1 to this notice. The requirements set out in annex 1 to this order follows the statutory management requirements referred to in annex II to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009, and the standards set out in article 6 and annex III to that regulation.

Definitions



§ 2. Where in the following refer to the infringement, shall mean any infringement of the cross-compliance requirements set out in annex 1 to this notice.

(2). Which of the following refers to a minor violation, is defined as a violation of the cross-compliance requirements, which, because of its severity, extent and duration can be regarded as less significant, and which are judged with an overall rating at the top 5 of the basic regulation. § 9, paragraph 3.

(3). Where reference is made to the following aid shall mean aid under the single payment scheme and other direct payments, see. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009, and support concerning measures for the sustainable use of agricultural land and forestry land, see. Article 36 (a)), nr. in) to v) and (b)), nr. in), iv) and (v)), see. Article 51, paragraph 1, of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1698/2005 of 20. September 2005.

(4). Where reference is made to the following direct support means support for the single payment scheme and other direct payments, see. Annex 1 to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009.

(5). Where in the following refer to rural aid means aid relating to measures targeting the sustainable use of agricultural land and forestry land, see. Article 36 (a)), nr. in) to v) and (b)), nr. in), iv) and (v)), see. Article 51, paragraph 1, of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1698/2005 of 20. September 2005.

(6). Which of the following refers to the aid scheme for the purposes of the aid schemes referred to in annex I to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009, as well as the support schemes referred to in article 51, paragraph 1, of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1698/2005 of 20. September 2005.

(7). Which of the following refers to the application for aid shall mean the applications submitted for the purposes of the payment of aid under the single payment scheme and other direct payments, see. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009, as well as the payment requests submitted in order to receive aid as provided for in article 36 (a)), nr. in) to v) and (b)), nr. in), iv) and (v)), see. Article 51, paragraph 1, of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1698/2005 of 20. September 2005.

(8). Which of the following refers to farmers, means anyone can apply for aid referred to in article 6. (3).

General rules on cross-compliance



§ 3. Farmers receiving aid must ensure compliance with the requirements set out in annex 1 to this notice on the farm throughout the calendar year.

(2). Control of compliance with the requirements of annex 1 to this notice shall be carried out by the control authorities in accordance with the applicable rules are designated for this purpose, see. Annex 2 to this order.

(3). Line authority for the laws and regulations that form the legal basis for cross-compliance requirements, are set out in annex 2 to this order.

(4). The inspection authority may carry out checks on the holding, regardless of whether all or part of the holding is transferred after submission of the aid application.

§ 4. In section 3, paragraph 2, referred to the control authorities shall report violations of the requirements provided for in annex 1 to this order to the Food industry. Reduction or exclusion of direct aid shall apply only where the offence relates to an agricultural activity or has taken place at an agricultural area. For recipients of rural support takes the obligation to comply with the requirements set out in annex 1 to this notice do not apply to non-agricultural activity on a holding and non-agricultural land in respect of which that are not searched rural support.

(2). Violation of the requirements set out in annex 1 to this notice may result in a percentage reduction of the aid granted in the calendar year in which the aid application or the request for payment is received and in which, the offence is established. Food Business shall, in accordance with the provisions of the Community decision on the size of the reduction.

(3). If the infringement is willful, Food Business can decide on the cancellation of the aid in the calendar year in which the aid application or the request for payment is received and in which, the offence is established. Relating to the intentional violation of a particular title, can Food Industries decide to exclude the farmer from this aid scheme in the calendar year concerned. In cases of very serious, comprehensive, lasting or frequent, intentional violation, can Food Industries also decide to exclude the farmer from the aid scheme in the following calendar year.

(4). Several violations of the same requirements within a continuous period of three calendar years are considered as repeated violations of Food Business decision about reduction of aid. For the purpose of determining whether there are repeated violations, counted only violations that have led to the reduction of aid.

(5). In case of recidivism the percentage of reduction shall be calculated for the first time as the percentage of reduction of the present violations multiplied by three. On subsequent recidivism the percentage of reduction shall be calculated as the previous reduction percentage multiplied by three.

(6). It is the responsibility of the farmer to provide the necessary assistance in verification visits, so that monitoring can be carried out in accordance with this Ordinance, including the locations of all the inspection authority foregrounding the holding's agricultural, forestry and natural areas.

§ 5. The verification shall be carried out in the period from the 1. January to the 31. December.

Control



Control sampling



§ 6. The inspecting authority shall undertake annually on the basis of a risk analysis, without prejudice. Annex 3 to this order, a minimum of one per cent of the farms, which are within the control authority's geographic area, to cross compliance controls, see. However, paragraph 2. Sampling is done on the basis of the holdings for which is expected to be submitted in application for direct aid, and as a Food Business shall make information available on from 1. January.

(2). Where the local authority is the supervisory authority shall set aside Food Profession annually on the basis of a risk analysis, without prejudice. Annex 3 to this order, a minimum of one percent of all farms for which is expected to be filed an application for direct payments, for the control of cross-compliance. Food Business shall notify the Municipal Council which holdings are selected for inspection not later than 31 December. January in control this year, see. § 5.

(3). A control authority may instead choose to set aside annually for cross-compliance checks one per cent of the holdings for which is expected to be submitted in application for direct aid and which is already selected for inspection in accordance with articles 30 and 31 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1122/2009 of 30. November 2009, and that those requirements apply to. Sampling must be done on the basis of a risk analysis, without prejudice. Annex 3 to this order.

(4). Control frequency in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 3 shall not apply where a different minimum control percentage shown by existing legislation in General.

(5). Food Business shall set aside annually on the basis of a risk analysis, without prejudice. Annex 3 to this order, at least one percent of all recipients that have submitted requests for payment relating to the rural development support, for the control of cross-compliance.

(6). The holdings for which an application has been submitted on direct aid, and as a Food Business shall make information available about pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be determined definitively after the expiry of the deadline for the submission of applications for direct payments referred to in article 6. § 2 (4).

(7). When all the relevant applications for funding received, the competent authority on the basis of a risk analysis, without prejudice. Annex 3 to this order, complementary to the population, which is selected for inspection in accordance with paragraphs 1, 2, 3 or 5. The inspection authority may, in exceptional cases, when sampling for the checks referred to in paragraphs (1) and (3) make replacements in the holdings have been transferred to the control, if the new holdings meeting the criteria laid down in the risk analysis, and there is proper justification.

(8). The inspection authority shall each year, not later than 15 July. may inform the Food Business, which has been provisionally selected for the inspecting authority holdings control.
(9). Food Business shall notify the control authority minimum control percentage for each calendar year.

Paragraph 10. Follow-up controls in connection with a minor offence shall not be taken into account at the time of completion of the minimum percentage of checks referred to in article 6. § 9, paragraphs 4 and 5.

Implementation of control



§ 7. For holdings set aside for inspection under section 6, shall control authority carry out control of all the requirements that are part of cross-compliance, as the inspection authority designated to control, and which may be inspected at the holding. The checks referred to in this Ordinance and other legislation under other Community provisions shall be carried out at the same time, where this is appropriate.

(2). Municipalities as control authority becomes aware that the holding includes manufacturing units located outside the geographical area, the municipality shall inform the Food Profession accordingly. Food Profession imposes on then the other municipalities where production units are located, to carry out control in relation to these production units.

(3). When selecting the control time must be taken into account, that there is the possibility to control most of the requirements, as the inspection authority is responsible.

(4). Inspection visits can be notified, if the purpose of the control is not jeopardised. Such a notice must be limited to the strict minimum and shall not exceed 14 days.

(5). During the inspection visit must be the entire acreage is checked for cross-compliance.

(6). Control of compliance with the requirements can be limited to a representative sample of the cases to be checked, if it is allowed according to the existing legislation in General. In addition, controls at farm level are replaced with administrative controls or checks at the company level, where it can be guaranteed that the control is at least as effective as during an inspection visit.

(7). A control authority may also by control, where both the cross-compliance requirements and conditions for area aid shall be verified, choose to limit the physical cross-compliance control in the field to a sample. The sample shall comprise at least half of all agricultural parcels on the holding and must guarantee a reliable and representative level of control of the requirements. There can only be carried out spot checks on claims, which relate to the holding area.

(8). By applying the procedures in paragraphs 6 and 7, inspection must be approved by the Food Business, prior verification shall be carried out.

§ 8. Food Business shall draw up, in cooperation with relevant authorities a control and guidance to farmers, describing the requirements covered by the cross-compliance.

Assessment of control results



§ 9. In order to ensure a uniform control of cross-compliance requirements and a uniform assessment of the possible violation thereof shall prepare Food Industries in cooperation with the relevant authorities to control and a guide to the inspection authorities on the evaluation of monitoring results, including assessment of the infringement.

(2). Control authority applies for each of the three criteria of seriousness, scale and duration of the characters after (3) in the assessment of the findings. In assessing the results of the checks use the inspection authority the guidance referred to in paragraph 1 on the control of cross-compliance.

(3). The three criteria severity, extent and duration will be judged by the inspection authority after the following 4-step scale: 1) Grade 1: is used where it is considered that the infringement of a claim only has very little importance in relation to the purpose of that requirement.

2) Grade 2: is used where it is considered that the infringement of a claim have only minor importance in relation to the purpose of that requirement.

3) Grade 3: is used where it is considered that the infringement of a claim has major importance in relation to the purpose of that requirement.

4) Grade 4: is used where it is considered that the infringement of a claim has very great significance in relation to the purpose of that requirement.

(4). Found a minor violation, see. section 2, paragraph 2, can the farmer take remedial measures during the verification visit that brings the observed violations to immediate termination. Brought the smaller violations not to an end during the verification visit, the inspection authority within three months from the end of the grant checks the farmer, that this should remedy the observed minor violation within six months after the end of the control.

(5). If the farmer addresses the lesser violation within six months after the end of the inspection, shall be considered the relationship as a minor violation of the cross-compliance requirements, which do not entail a reduction in aid. If the farmer has not eliminated the less violation within six months of its completion, the offence can no longer be regarded as a minor violation, and a reduction of at least 1% shall apply. The inspection authority shall be six months after the end of the follow up checks on whether there are corrected the minor violation, unless the infringement is ascertained by checking remedied within six months after its termination or cannot be remedied.

§ 10. The control results must be recorded in a control report accompanied by appropriate documentation. The test report shall contain the information set out in annex 4 to this notice.

(2). The Municipal Council uses the default test report prepared by the Food Business when performing the check.

(3). The report shall be finalised within one month after the on-the-spot checks. This time limit may be extended for three months in duly justified circumstances, particularly if a chemical or physical analysis so require.

(4). Prior to notification shall carry out inspection authority consultation by the farmer on the results of the verification, including the assessment pursuant to section 9. In this regard, the inspection authority shall inform the farmer that all information obtained in connection with the verification, including the farmer's consultation responses, if any, will be reported to the Food industry and Food Industry be included in the assessment of support reduction. Before the control results are to be transmitted to the Food Business, corrects the inspection authority, having concern for the response, where appropriate, the control results.

(5). The farmer shall be informed of the outcome within three months after the end of the control.

Reporting of monitoring results



§ 11. The inspection authority shall transmit the inspection results for all the cross-compliance requirements, it is the supervisory authority for the Food industry.

(2). Where the holding is taken to control under section 6, shall report the results of the inspection authority all checks for Food Industries, also in those cases where the requirements are complied with.

(3). Where the competent control authority in connection with other control than verification under section 6, becomes aware of violations of the requirements included in the cross-compliance, Food Inspection Authority alone shall report the violation to the Profession.

(4). Control results reported at the web address www.ferv.dk. The inspection authority shall submit the report to the Food Business not later than one month after completion. For the checks carried out pursuant to section 6, this applies also, if the control is not found violations of cross-compliance. Consultation responses from the farmer, see. section 10, paragraph 4, should be sent to the Food industry in connection with the alert.

(5). The supervisory authorities shall retain inspection reports prepared after the 28. March 2010 for at least five years after checking the report's preparation.

(6). If the inspection authority has been denied access to controls relating to cross-compliance, it shall inform the inspection authority immediately this for Food Industries.

Quality assurance



§ 12. The inspection authority must have a quality assurance system for the control of cross-compliance. The quality system must satisfy the requirements set out in annex 5 to this notice.

(2). Documentation for the control authority's quality assurance system must be submitted to the Food Business, where the Food Business so requests.

Complaint



§ 13. Decisions taken by the Food Profession by virtue of this Ordinance, without prejudice. § 4 (2) and (3) may be appealed to the Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries. The complaint must be submitted through the Food Profession. The complaint must be Food Business not later than four weeks after receipt of the decision, which the complaint relates.

(2). Food Business can reopen a case after a complaint has been filed.

Entry into force and termination



§ 14. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2011 and applies to offences which have been found to have the 1. January 2011 and later.

(2). Executive Order No. 1465 by 16. December 2009 on cross-compliance shall be repealed. The notice shall, however, continue to apply to the offences in the period 1. January 2010 to 31. December 2010.

Food Industries, the 15. December 2010 Aren't b. Jackson/Knud Mortensen



Annex 1 Overview of requirements included in the cross-compliance requirements are contained in the following provisions or provisions will replace these.





 







Area of cross-compliance 1: Environment







 





1.1
Substances that can contaminate ground water.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 879 of 26. June 2010 on the environment protection, article 19, paragraphs 1 and 2, in respect of the discharge of substances in list I and II to the groundwater.





 

 





1.2





Application of sewage sludge to agricultural purposes.





 



Executive Order No. 1650 by 13. December 2006 on the application of waste for agricultural purposes, section 20, paragraph 1, and section 26, in the case of sewage sludge





 

 





1.3





Application of sewage sludge to agricultural purposes.





 



Executive Order No. 1650 by 13. December 2006 on the application of waste for agricultural purposes, § § 23-25, in the case of sewage sludge.





 

 





1.4





Fertiliser application; purposes, gødningsplan planning, accounting, fertiliser application; needs fertiliser application; and mark plan (sewage sludge).





 



Executive Order No. 1650 by 13. December 2006 on the application of waste for agricultural purposes, section 21, in the case of sewage sludge.





 

 





1.5





Maximum placing quantities of sewage sludge.





 



Executive Order No. 1650 by 13. December 2006 on the application of waste for agricultural purposes, section 22, in the case of sewage sludge.





 

 





1.6





Hygienic restrictions for the use of sewage sludge.





 



Executive Order No. 1650 by 13. December 2006 on the application of waste for agricultural purposes, section 27 of the basic regulation. Annex 3, in the case of sewage sludge.





 

 





1.7





Fitting-out of the stables and the like.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., sections 4, 18 and 19, § 21 (1) and section 22, in the case of pollution of groundwater and surface water.





 

 





1.8





Storage capacity for livestock manure, silage effluent and sewage.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., § 6.





 

 





1.9





Storage of solid manure.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., § 8, § 9, paragraph 2 and 3, article 10, paragraph 1, section 11, section 20, article 21, paragraph 1 – 2, and section 22 in respect of pollution of groundwater and surface water.





 

 





1.10





Storage of compost in the field.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., § 9, paragraph 1, except for the requirement that the compost layer must be covered with kompostdug or airtight material, and lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1486 by 4. December 2009 (with later changes) about environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, with regard to the spatial requirements for single water reclamation plant, common water reclamation plants and streams (including sinks) and lakes, section 8, paragraph 1.





 

 





1.11





Storage of silage.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., sections 12, 13, 18, 20, 21, (3) and section 22 in respect of pollution of groundwater and surface water.





 

 





1.12





Storage of liquid manure and silage effluent and sewage.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., article 15, paragraph 1, article 21, paragraph 1, and section 22 in respect of pollution of groundwater and surface water.





 

 





1.13





Application periods for livestock manure and silage effluent.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., section 25.





 

 





1.14





Method of application of animal manure.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., section 26, paragraph 1, and article 24, paragraph 2.





 

 





1.15





Application and land restrictions for livestock manure, silage effluent and sewage.





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006, as amended by Decree No. 717 by 2. July 2009, on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., section 26, paragraphs 2 and 3.





 

 





1.16





2 metre strips along the natural streams and lakes.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 927 of 24. September 2009 (with later changes) about streams, section 69, paragraph 1, as regards cultivation, tillage and planting.





 

 





1.17





Preparation of fertiliser accounts.





 



Executive Order No. 906 of 16. July 2007 (with subsequent amendments) on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the planning period 2007/2008, § 29, Decree No. 786 of 22. July 2008, as amended by Decree No. 754 of 15. July 2009, on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the period 2008-2009, § 33, Decree No. 751 of 15. July 2009-on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the period 2009/2010 plan, section 33, and executive order No. 928 of 16. July 2010 on the agricultural use of fertilizers in the plan period 2010/2011 and the plant cover, section 40.





 

 





1.18





Marketing of livestock manure.





 
Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 18. by 8. January 2010 on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover, section 11, paragraph 4.





 

 





1.19





The balance between company's nitrogen usage and needs.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 18 by 8. January 2010 on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover, § 5.





 

 





1.20





Lifted





 

 





1.21





Establishment of plant cover.





 



Executive Order No. 906 of 16. July 2007, as amended by Decree No. 188 of 14. March 2008, on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the planning period 2007/2008, sections 26, 26a and 26 (b), and executive order No. 786 of 22. July 2008 (as amended) on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the period 2008-2009, sections 27, 28, 29 and 30, Decree No. 751 of 15. July 2009-on the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover in the plan period 2009/2010, sections 27, 28, 29 and 30, and executive order No. 928 of 16. July 2010 on the agricultural use of fertilizers in the plan period 2010/2011 and the plant cover, §§ 30-35.





 

 





1.22





Limits for the award of the manure (harmony rules).





 



Executive Order No. 1695 by 19. December 2006, as amended by Decree No. 736 of 30. June 2008 and Decree No. 717 by 2. July 2009, on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than 3 units, animal manure, silage, etc., section 23, paragraph 1, § 27, § 28, section 29 (1) and (2) and section 30.





 

 





1.23





Protection of natural habitats located in a Natura 2000 area.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 933 of 24. September 2009 (with later changes) about nature protection, article 3, paragraphs 1 to 3, as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, habitat areas, respectively, fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).





 

 





1.24





Protection of dune protected areas located in a Natura 2000 area.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 933 of 24. September 2009 (with later changes) about nature protection, section 8, paragraph 1, and executive order No. 1608 by 11. December 2006 on the dune conservation, § 1, paragraph 1, in so far as the land is located within the international nature protection areas, habitat areas, respectively, fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).





 

 





1.25





Protection of strand widths and other land, located between the shore and beach protection line, and which is located in a Natura 2000 area.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 933 of 24. September 2009 (with later changes) about nature protection, article 15, paragraph 1, in so far as the land is located within the international nature protection areas, habitat areas respectively bird protection areas 2).





 

 





1.26





Protection of areas in the outer Cook in Tønder mask located in a Natura 2000 area.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 928 of 24. September 2009 (as amended) on the protection of the outer Cook for tøndermarsken, §§ 10-12, article 16, paragraphs 1 and 2, article 17, paragraphs 1 and 2, article 18, paragraph 1, article 19, paragraph 1, and article 20, as the area is located within the international nature protection areas, habitat areas, respectively, fuglebeskyttelsesområder2).





 

 





1.27





Protection of nests and redetræer.





 



Executive Order No. 901 of 11. July 2007 on conservation of certain animal and plant species, etc., the capture of and trade in wild animals and caring for injured wildlife, § 4.





 

 





1.28





Lifted.





 

 





1.29





About fred forest for providing plots located in a Natura 2000 area.





 



Legislative Decree nr. 945 of 24. September 2009 (as amended) on forests section 8, no. 4, 1. section, § 11 and § 28.





 

 





1.30





Protection of certain plants.





 



Executive Order No. 901 of 11. July 2007 on conservation of certain animal and plant species, etc., the capture of and trade in wild animals and caring for injured wildlife, sections 5 and 6.





 

 







2) cf. bekendtgørelse nr. 408 of 1. May 2007 concerning the designation and administration of international nature conservation areas and the protection of certain species, as amended by Decree No. 1443 of 11. December 2007 and the Decree No. 63 of 11. January 2010.







 









Area of cross-compliance 2: public health, animal health and plant health 2.1





Earmarking of cattle with approved ear tags.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) 820/92, art. 4.

Executive Order No. 1121 of 1. December 2009 on the marking, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats, section 1, paragraphs 11 and 12, § 2, § 3 (1) and (3) and section 14, paragraphs 1 and 2.





 

 





2.2





Reporting of cattle and their movements as well as implementation of crew directory.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) 820/92, art. 7.

Executive Order No. 1121 of 1. December 2009 on the marking, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats, § 17, § 18, paragraphs 2 and 5, § 25, § 26, except for reporting about the condition in section 17, paragraph 3, nr. 3.





 

 





2.3





Registration of herds in the Central livestock register CHR.





 



Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 21/2004 of 17. December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of ovine and caprine animals and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1782/2003 and Directive 92/102/EEC and 64/432/EEC, art. 3, and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) 820/92, art. 5.
Executive Order No. 59 of 18. January 2010 for registration of herds in the CHR, § 3.





 

 





2.4





Tagging of sheep and goats with the approved ear tags.





 



Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 21/2004 of 17. December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of ovine and caprine animals and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1782/2003 and Directive 92/102/EEC and 64/432/EEC, art. 4.

Executive Order No. 1121 of 1. December 2009 on the marking, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats, § 1, paragraph 11, 12 and 13, section 6, except for the requirement that ovine and caprine animals must be marked before they moved from the herd of origin and no later than 60 days after the birth, given that this time limit be extended to 6 months after the animal's birth, section 7, paragraph 1, and section 14, paragraphs 1 and 2.





 

 





2.5





Transmission of ovine and caprine animals and their movements as well as implementation of crew directory.





 



Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 21/2004 of 17. December 2003 establishing a system for the identification and registration of ovine and caprine animals and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1782/2003 and Directive 92/102/EEC and 64/432/EEC, art. 3 and 5.

Executive Order No. 1121 of 1. December 2009 on the marking, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats, article 23, article 24, paragraphs 1 and 2, §§ 25 and 28.





 

 





2.5 (B)





Marking of pigs and implementation of crew directory





 



Executive Order No. 1121 of 1. December 2009 on the marking, registration and movement of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats, section 1, paragraphs 11 and 12, paragraph 4, article 5, § 14, § 15, paragraphs 1 and 3, § 25, § 27.





 

 





2.6





Notification of suspected cases of BSE in a bovine animal.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 11.

Executive Order No. 1361 of 19. December 2008 (as amended) on the monitoring and control of BSE in bovine animals, § 3.





 

 





2.7





Notification of suspicion of TSE in an ovine or caprine animal.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention of the control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 11.

Executive Order No. 930 of 7. September 2006 (as last amended) regarding the monitoring and control of TSES in ovine and caprine animals, § 3.





 

 





2.8





Rules for bovine holdings under official supervision due to suspicion of BSE or the discovery of BSE.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 12 and 13.

Executive Order No. 1361 of 19. December 2008 (as amended) on the monitoring and control of BSE in bovine animals, article 18, paragraphs 1 and 5.





 

 





2.9





Rules for herds under public supervision due to suspicion of TSE or findings of TSE in an ovine or caprine animal.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 12 and 13.

Executive Order No. 930 of 7. September 2006 (as last amended) regarding the monitoring and control of TSES in ovine and caprine animals sections 18 and 19.





 

 





2.10





Intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 15.

Executive Order No. 1276 of 13. December 2004 on trade within the European Union in ovine and caprine animals, as well as imports of ovine and caprine animals from third countries, article 5, paragraph 1, point 5, paragraphs 3 and 4, and article 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, and executive order No. 774 of 29. August 2001 (as amended) concerning veterinary checks at check-in and export of live animals, § 4, paragraph 1, article 5, paragraphs 1 and 2, section 8 and section 10, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.11





Call the veterinarian suspected foot-and-mouth disease.





 



Executive Order No. 1261 by 10. December 2004 on control of foot and mouth disease, § 2, paragraph 1 and 2.





 

 





2.12





Call the veterinarian at the suspicion of swine vesicular disease (SVD) in pigs.





 



Executive Order No. 141 of 6. March 2003 (as amended) on the control of swine vesicular disease, § 3, paragraph 1 and 2.





 

 





2.13





Call the veterinarian suspected bluetongue in sheep, goats and cattle.





 



Executive Order No. 97 of 20. February 2002 (as amended) on the fight against bluetongue, article 2, paragraphs 1 and 3.





 

 





2.14





Veterinary medicinal products.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 14, the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex 1, part A, II, point 1. 4 (g) and (j), see. art. 4, paragraph 1, of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section IX, chapter. In, at, nr. 1 (d) and (e).

Executive Order No. 780 of 24. June 2010 (with later changes) about animal owners ' use of medicines for animals as well as official controls and food companies ' own checks with residues, section 10 of the basic regulation. § 3, paragraph 1, article 5, paragraph 1, article 11, paragraphs 1 and 2, article 16, paragraphs 1-3 and §§ 17-19.





 

 





2.15





Fodder and vegetable foods may not be dangerous, handling of medicated feed, hazardous substances and waste.





 
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 15 and 20, a European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 5 (f) of the basic regulation. art. 4, paragraph 1, as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, at, nr. 4 (e) of the basic regulation. art. 5, paragraph 1 and annex III, point 1. 1 and 2 of the basic regulation. art. 5 (5). European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of 23. February 2005 on maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on food and feed plant and animal origin and amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC.

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 767/2009 of 13. July 2009 on the placing on the market and use of feed, amending European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1831/2003 and the repeal of Council Directive 79/373/EEC, Commission Directive 80/511/EEC, Council Directive 82/471/EEC, 83/228/EEC, 93/74/EEC, 93/113/EC and 96/25/EC and Commission decision 2004/217/EC, article 6, paragraph 1, Annex III.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, §§ 2, 3 and 6.





 

 





2.16





Registration, HACCP analysis and storage, as well as the use of premixtures or fodertilsætningstoffer in pure form.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, article 17, paragraph 1, of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 4 (j), see. art. 4, paragraph 1.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, section 2 and section 14, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.17





Prohibitions concerning animal protein.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 20 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, art. 7.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, §§ 2 and 3.





 

 





2.18





The use of plant protection products on the market.





 



Executive Order No. 533 of 18. June 2003 (with later changes) about pesticides, § 4 (1) of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 878 of 26. June 2010 (with later changes) about chemical substances and products, section 10, paragraph 2, and section 33, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.19





Use of plant protection products must be listed in a spray journal.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex 1, part A, II, point 1. 5 h and III, nr. 9 (a) of the basic regulation. art. 4, paragraph 1, as well as European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 2 (a).

Executive Order No. 929 of 16. July 2010 on spray records and inspection of spraying equipment in agriculture, § 1, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 19 of 8. January 2010 on the record of the use of plant protection products and servicing of equipment for application of plant protection products in agriculture, § 1.





 

 





2.20





The management of waste from medication use.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 4 g, see. art. 4, paragraph 1.

Executive Order No. 780 of 24. June 2010 (with later changes) about animal owners ' use of medicines for animals as well as official controls and food companies ' own checks with residues, section 5, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.21





The withdrawal of harmful foods as well as remediation of problems identified during official controls.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 19, and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 6 of the basic regulation. art. 4, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.22





Prevention of the introduction and spread of infectious or contagious diseases transmissible to humans through food.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 4 (g) and (h), see. art. 4, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.23





Traceability of animals and foods.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 18.





 

 





2.24





Records for animals and food.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, III, nr. 8 (b), (d) and (e) of the basic regulation. art. 4 (1) and Council Directive 2001/82 on the establishment of a Community code relating to veterinary medicinal products.

Executive Order No. 780 of 24. June 2010, as amended by Decree No. 1028 of 27. August 2010, on animal owners ' use of medicines for animals as well as official controls and food companies ' own checks with residues, § 15.





 

 





2.25





Health requirements for the production of milk and colostrum.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 14 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section IX, chapter. I, part I, point 1. 1, b and c as well as nr. 5 of the basic regulation. art. 3, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.26





Brucellosis and tuberculosis in dairy supplying crews.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section IX, chapter I, part I, point 1. 2 a i-iii, nr. 2 b i-ii, nr. 2 c, nr. 3 a, b, c, nr. 4 and 5 of the basic regulation. art. 3, paragraph 1.
Executive Order No. 1417 of 11. December 2007 on bovine tuberculosis in animals which are susceptible to infection with Mycobacterium Bovis, Decree No. 305 of 3. May 2000 on brucellosis (contagious abortion calves) in cattle, and executive order No. 739 of 21. August 2001 of ovine and caprine brucellosis.





 

 





2.27





Premises and equipment for milk production.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section IX, chapter. I, part II. A, nr. 1, 2, 3 and 4, of the basic regulation. art. 3, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.28





Hygiene during milking and collection.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section IX, chapter. I, part II. (B) (iii). 1 (a) and (d), nr. 2 and nr. 4, see. art. 3, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.29





Eggs for human consumption.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, annex III, section X, kap. I, point 1. 1, of the basic regulation. art. 3, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.30





Use of biocides, and journal of biocides.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 5 h and III, nr. 9 (a) of the basic regulation. art. 4 (1) and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 2 (a) of the basic regulation. art. 5, paragraph 1.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, § 2.





 

 





2.31





Traceability and the purchase of feed.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, III, nr. 8 (a) of the basic regulation. art. 4, paragraph 1, of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 of 28. January 2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, nature. 18 and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, II, point 1. 2 (e) of the basic regulation. art. 5 (1) and art. 5, paragraph 6.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, § 2.





 

 





2.32





Journal of analysis results and reaction to the authorities.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, III, nr. 9 (c) of the basic regulation. art. 4 (1) and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, at, nr. 4 g, see. art. 5, paragraph 1.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business operators, §§ 2 and 3.





 

 





2.33





Remedial measures when it finds problems by the public control.





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, annex I, part A, II. -Hygiene provisions, nr. 6 of the basic regulation. art. 4, paragraph 1.





 

 





2.34





A record of the use of genetically modified seeds (GMO seeds).





 



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 183/2005 of 12. January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, annex I, part A, II – Journals (plant breeding), see. 2, b.

Executive Order No. 1023 of 27. August 2010 on feed and feed business, § 2.





 









Cross-compliance area 3: animal welfare, 3.1





All farm animals, staff.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, § 3.





 

 





3.2





All farm animals, monitoring of animals and appropriate treatment of sick animals.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, § 3, paragraph 3, and executive order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, § § 4 – 5.





 

 





3.3





All farm animals, records.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, § 6.





 

 





3.4





All farm animals, freedom.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, § 3, paragraph 1 and 2.





 

 





3.5





All farm animals, spaces and buildings for the housing of animals.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, § § 7 – 10.





 

 





3.6





All farm animals that are kept outdoors.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, § 11.





 

 





3.7





All farm animals, automated or mechanical equipment.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, sections 12 and 13.





 

 





3.8





All farm animals, water, feed and other substances.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, § 2, and executive order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, §§ 14-16.





 

 





3.9





All farm animals, breeding methods.





 



Executive Order No. 707 by 18. July 2000 on minimum requirements for the protection of farm animals, §§ 17 and 18.





 

 
3.10





All farm animals except pigs, mutilations.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, § 14 paragraph 1 – 2, Decree No. 324 of 6. May 2003 on tail docking and castration of animals, as amended by Decree No. 823 of 24. August 2005, § 1, paragraph 1 – 2, §§ 2-3, § 5, paragraph 1, section 6, section 8 and section 9, Decree No. 828 of 7. November 1997 on the dehorning of animals, sections 1 – 3, Decree No. 757 of 23. June 2010 concerning the keeping of chickens and hatching eggs production, article 21, paragraph 1 – 2, section 22 and section 23, Decree No. 533 of 17. June 2002 (as amended) on the protection of laying hens, §§ 10-11, and executive order No. 300 of 1. July 1951 concerning the earmarking of animals § § 1-2.





 

 





3.11





Calves, land requirements and individual pens.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, paragraph 2 (a), section 3, clause 4 (1), (2). paragraph and in paragraph 2, except for the higher, national requirements in § 3 to the area for the calves of over 200 kg.





 

 





3.12





Calves, materials used for stables.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, § 6.





 

 





3.13





Calves, electrical installations.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, sections 1 – 3.





 

 





3.14





Calves, insulation, heating and ventilation.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, § 7.





 

 





3.15





Calves, automated or mechanical equipment.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, § 8.





 

 





3.16





Calves, lighting.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, § 9.





 

 





3.17





Calves, supervision, including care and care.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997 and Decree No. 769 of 23. June 2010, section 10, paragraph 1, paragraph 2, 1. paragraph, and the provisions of paragraph 3.





 

 





3.18





Calves, freedom.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, section 11.





 

 





3.19





Calves, firm binding.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, § 5.





 

 





3.20





Calves, cleaning and disinfection.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, § 13.





 

 





3.21





Calves, floors and rent land.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 769 of 23. June 2010, section 14, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2, 1.-2. PT.





 

 





3.22





Calves feed.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, article 15, paragraph 1, and paragraph 3 – 4, except for the higher, national requirements in § 15 (3), 2. paragraph, to fibrous feed.





 

 





3.23





Calves feeding.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, § 16.





 

 





3.24





Calves, water.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, § 17, however, not the higher, national requirements for irrigation.





 

 





3.25





Calves, equipment for feeding and water.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 (as amended) on the protection of calves, section 18, paragraph 1.





 

 





3.26





Calves, Colostrum to calves.





 



Executive Order No. 999 of 14. December 1993 on the protection of calves, as amended by Decree No. 1075 of 22. December 1997, article 15, paragraph 2.





 

 





3.27





Pig space allowances.





 



Act No. 404 of 26. June 1998 on the indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, section 6, paragraph 1 – 2, and section 7 (a), paragraph 2, and executive order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, sections 4 and 5.





 

 





3.28





Pigs, tethering.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, § 6.





 

 





3.29





Pigs, pregnant sows and gilts in the bunch.





 



Act No. 404 of 26. June 1998 on the indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, § 5, 1. paragraph, and article 6, paragraph 3.





 

 
3.30





Pigs, rooting for sows and gilts.





 



Act No. 404 of 26. June 1998 on the indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, § 9, and executive order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, article 20, paragraph 2.





 

 





3.31





Pigs, feed system for sows and gilts in the bunch.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, article 18, paragraph 2.





 

 





3.32





Sows and gilts feed.





 



Act No. 404 of 26. June 1998 on the indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, section 9 (a), and executive order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, sections 17 and 21.





 

 





3.33





Pigs, isolation of swine.





 



Act No. 404 of 26. June 1998 on the indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, § 5, 2. point, and executive order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1120 of 19. November 2004, section 10, paragraph 3, and § 11.





 

 





3.34





Pigs, noise level.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, § 7.





 

 





3.35





Pigs, lighting.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1735 by 22. December 2006, paragraph 8.





 

 





3.36





Pigs, arrangement of the stables.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1735 by 22. December 2006, §§ 12 and 25.





 

 





3.37





Pigs rooting.





 



Act No. 104 of 14. February 2000 about the indoor team of piglets, breeding and slaughter pigs, as amended by Act No. 295 of 30. April 2003, § 5, Decree No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, section 20, paragraph 1, and Act No. 173 of 19. March 2001 (as amended) on outdoor keeping of pigs, § 13, 2. led.





 

 





3.38





Pigs, floor surfaces.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, section 16, paragraph 1.





 

 





3.39





Pigs feeding.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, section 18, paragraph 1.





 

 





3.40





Pigs, water.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, § 19, and Act No. 173 of 19. March 2001 on outdoor keeping of pigs, § 12.





 

 





3.41





Pigs, mutilations.





 



Executive Order No. 1343 by 4. December 2007 (as amended) of the Danish animal, § 16, order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1735 by 22. December 2006, §§ 13, 22 and 32, and executive order No. 324 of 6. May 2003 (with later changes) about tail docking and castration of animals, sections 4 and 7.





 

 





3.42





Specific provisions for swine boars.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, section 22, paragraph 1 1. paragraph and paragraph 2.





 

 





3.43





Specific provisions for swine, sows and gilts.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1735 by 22. December 2006, §§ 23-24, section 26 (2) and § § 27-28.





 

 





3.44





Pigs, special provisions for piglets.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 (as amended) on the protection of pigs, section 30, paragraph 1 1. section, and sections 31 and 33.





 

 





3.45





Pigs, special provisions for weaners and rearing pigs.





 



Executive Order No. 323 of 6. May 2003 on the protection of pigs, as amended by Decree No. 1735 by 22. December 2006, section 10, paragraphs 1-2, and § 34.





 









Area 4: cross compliance good agricultural and environmental condition 4.1





Re-vegetation on uncultivated agricultural land.





 



Executive Order No. 1698 by 15. December 2010 on good agricultural and environmental condition (GLM), section 3, paragraphs 1-3.





 

 





4.2





Maintenance of the plant cover on non-cultivated agricultural land.





 



Executive Order No. 1698 by 15. December 2010 on good agricultural and environmental condition (GLM), § 4, paragraph 1-2.





 

 





4.3





Plant cover on uncultivated agricultural land must not be destroyed.





 



Executive Order No. 1698 by 15. December 2010 on good agricultural and environmental condition (GLM), section 5, paragraph 1.





 

 





4.4





Lifted.





 

 





4.5





Maintenance of ground cover on permanent grassland and on grassland in permanent pasture.





 
Executive Order No. 1698 by 15. December 2010 on good agricultural and environmental condition (GLM), § 6.





 

 





4.6





Lifted.





 

 





4.7





Field burning of straw or other similar parts of agricultural crops.





 



Executive Order No. 1317 by 20. November 2006 (as last amended) on the prohibition of the burning of straw, etc., mark § 1.





 

 





4.8





2 meter zones around protected archaeological sites.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1505 14. December 2006 (with subsequent amendments) of the Museum Act, section 29 (f).





 

 





4.9





The control of wild oats.





 



Executive Order No. 864 of 10. September 2009 on wild oats, as amended by Decree No. 664 of 17. June 2010, § 1.





 

 





4.10





Control of Giant Hogweed.





 



Executive Order No. 862 out of 10. September 2009 to combat Giant Hogweed, sections 1 and 2.





 

 





4.11





Management of water.





 



Lovbekendtgørelse nr. 635 of 7. June 2010 (with later changes) about water supply, etc., section 18, paragraph 1, article 22, paragraph 3, and § 58, paragraphs 2 and 3.













Annex 2 Overview of relevant authorities and control practitioners for the cross-compliance requirements Requirements









Control authority









Relevant authority











Environment





 

 





1.1 – 1.15





The Municipal Council





The environmental protection agency







1.16





The Municipal Council





Nature Agency







1.17-1.19 Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate







1.20





Lifted





Lifted







1.21





The Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate







1.22





The Danish plant Directorate





The environmental protection agency







1.23





The Municipal Council





Nature Agency







1.24-1.25





The Danish plant Directorate *





Nature Agency







1.26





The Municipal Council





Nature Agency







1.27 the Danish plant Directorate *





Nature Agency







1.28





Lifted





Lifted







1.29-1.30





The Danish plant Directorate *





Nature Agency





 

 

 







Health





 

 





2.1 – 2.5





The Danish plant Directorate *





Food Agency







2.5 (B)





The Danish plant Directorate *





Food Agency







2.6-2.13





Food Agency





Food Agency







2.14





The Danish plant Directorate **





Food Agency







2.15 – 2.17





The Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate







2.18





The Danish plant Directorate





The environmental protection agency







2.19 the Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate







2.20-2.25





The Danish plant Directorate *





Food Agency







2.26





Food Agency





Food Agency







2.27-2.29





The Danish plant Directorate *





Food Agency







2.30 – 2.34





The Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate





 

 

 







Animal welfare





 

 





3.1 – 3.45





The Danish plant Directorate ***





The Ministry of Justice
 

 

 







GLM





 

 





4.1-4.3 and 4.5





The Danish plant Directorate *





Food Profession







4.4 and 4.6





Lifted





Lifted







4.7





The Municipal Council





The environmental protection agency







4.8 the heritage agency of Denmark





The heritage agency of Denmark







4.9





The Danish plant Directorate





The Danish plant Directorate







4.10





The Municipal Council





The Danish plant Directorate







4.11





The Municipal Council





Nature Agency











* Line authority is also responsible, but the controls are control by agreement transferred to the Danish plant Directorate.

** Food Agency is responsible, but also control certain parts of the checks is by agreement transferred to the Danish plant Directorate.

Food Agency is responsible, but the controls are control by agreement transferred to the Danish plant Directorate. Food Agency and the Danish plant Directorate executes both other controls.



Annex 3 Risk analysis

The selection of farmers to control must be carried out on the basis of a risk analysis.

Made the following demands to the control authority's risk analysis: 1) risk analysis must be drawn up on the basis of existing legislation, where appropriate, alternatively on the basis of the relevant requirements. If the risk analysis shall be drawn up on the basis of the relevant requirements, risk analysis based on individual holdings or occupational categories or geographic areas. For aid under the single payment scheme and other direct payments, see. Annex I to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009, if the Inspector believes that it is more efficient, can risk analysis shall be carried out for companies, in particular slaughterhouses, traders or suppliers rather than at farm basis. In connection with risk analysis can take into account a) farmer's participation in the Advisory System, laid down in article 12 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 and or b) farmer's participation in a certification scheme that is relevant to the claims in question.



2) 20 – 25% of the producers to be checked on the spot, shall be selected at random.



3) risk analysis must be documented.



4) risk analysis must be entrusted to the competent control authority for a minimum of 5 years.

The risk analysis shall be submitted to the Food Business, where the Food Business so requests.



Annex 4 inspection report

The test report shall contain the following information: (a))



 



 



A general section, which, among other things. contains the following information:





 



in) information about the farmer who is selected for the control. There will be informed about the farmer's name, residential address, VAT number and addresses of any other physically controlled properties covered by REGISTRATION number or belong to the holding,

II) those present persons (including the farmer or his representative), and

III) indication of whether the farmer has received notice of the visit and, if so, how far in advance.





 

 





(b))



 



 



A part that separate information on the checks carried out for each of the requirements, and which, among other things. contains the following information:





 



in) the requirements, on-the-spot checks shall include,

II) the nature and extent of the checks,

III) results, and

IV) the requirements for which the identified violations.





 

 





(c))



 



 



An evaluation part giving an assessment of the importance of each requirement on the basis of the criteria "seriousness", "scope" and "duration", see. Article 24, paragraph 1, of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73 of 19. January 2009, and an indication of any factors that should lead to an increase or decrease of the reduction to be applied. In the first part used a numerical scale from 1 to 4, as set out in section 9 of this Ordinance.





 

 



 



The criterion "repeated violation" shall be assessed by the Food industry.





 

 











Annex 5 quality assurance system

Control authorities have sole responsibility for the implementation of their own quality assurance system for the control of cross-compliance, without prejudice. section 12 of this notice. The quality assurance system must demonstrate:

A) Adj. control authority competencies 1) who is responsible for the control of cross-compliance, including which one (s) Department (s) in the inspection authority.



2) in the absence of a verification agreement, if control of cross-compliance is delegated to other bodies. Control agreement must at least contain the following:



– The Purpose of surveillance.



– Justification of why controls carried out by another supervisory authority/company.



– Responsibilities, including who judge the offence and transmitted to the Food Business.



– Control the organisation, including the timetable for the execution of checks.



– Control instructions, including guidelines for the implementation of the verification visit, warning, consultation, follow-up, etc.



3) who is responsible for quality assurance control of cross-compliance, including which one (s) Department (s) in the inspection authority.



4) That the inspectors are competent, including that they have completed a relevant training or participated in qualifying courses and have knowledge of the relevant legislation.

(B)). control authority casework 1) If the inspection authority shall draw up risk analysis must live up to the requirements of this Ordinance.



2) To the control of cross-compliance meets the requirements of this Ordinance.



3) That the transmission of the control of cross-compliance meets the requirements of this Ordinance including, that the controls be reported within two months after the completion of the verification visit.



4) that annually reviewed a relevant number of cases (see below) in order to identify the error and a description of the nature of the errors (essential-/formfejl) as well as a description of the corrective actions. The review shall be carried out by an independent person.



– By up to 10 cases, a random sample shall be taken on a case.



– By 10-50 cases, take a random sample of two cases.



– By over 50-100 cases, take a random sample of three cases.



– By more than 100 cases, take a random sample of four cases.



5) That the controls carried out on the basis of own produced control instructions (in addition to Guidance on the control of cross-compliance).



6) To control the script, see. point 5 shall be revised as necessary.



7) That documentation for implementation of own quality assurance system are stored in my five years.

C) Adj. It system 1) the control of cross-compliance can be implemented, and that the results can be reported to the Food industry.

If the inspection authority already has a quality assurance system, which satisfactorily may be used, this could replace the described system.
Official notes
1) Ordinance contains provisions which are necessary for the application of the following regulations: Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 of 19. January 2009 concerning common rules for the schemes under the common agricultural policy for direct support to farmers and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1290/2005, (EC) No 1782/2003. 247/2006, (EC) No 1782/2003. 378/2007 and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1782/2003, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EU) No. 360/2010 of 27. April 2010, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1122/2009 of 30. November 2009 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 as regards cross-compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control system within the framework of the arrangements for direct aid to farmers, as referred to in that regulation, and on the detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1234/2007 as regards cross-compliance in the framework of the support system of the market in wine, as amended by Commission Regulation (EU) No. 146/2010 of 23. February 2010, Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 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 1782/2003. 473/2009 of 25. May 2009, and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1975/2006 of 7. December 2006 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1698/2005, as regards control and cross-compliance in the context of support measures for rural development, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 484/2009 of 9. June 2009. The notice is included in certain provisions of the aforementioned regulations. According to article 249 of the EC Treaty where a regulation is directly applicable in each Member State. Version of these provisions is thus entirely justified in practical terms and shall not affect the validity of the said regulations look in Denmark.