Order On Feed And Feed Business

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om foder og foderstofvirksomheder

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Overview (table of contents)
PART 1 Scope and general requirements
Chapter 2 Feed materials and compound feed
Chapter 3 Feed additives and premixes
Chapter 4 Undesirable substances and pesticides
Chapter 5 Export and import
Chapter 6 Packing and labeling
Chapter 7 Feed Corporate registration and approval
Chapter 8 Reporting to Vetstat
Chapter 9 Control
Chapter 10 Publication
Chapter 11 Penalties
Chapter 12 Entry
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 3, the table
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 5, the table
Annex 6, Table 1
Appendix 6, Table 2
Appendix 6, Table 3
Appendix 7
The full text
Order on feed and foderstofvirksomheder1)
Pursuant to § 1, § 2 and § 6 paragraph. 2 of the Act on feed,. Legislative Decree no. 192 of 12 March 2009, and by authority, provides:
Chapter 1
Notice of application and general requirements
§ 1. This Order shall apply to feed business activities including manufacturing, transport, storage, marketing, import, export and use of feed.
PCS. 2. In this Order, the definitions in the European Union regulations on animal feed. A list of regulations mentioned in this Order appears from the Order Annex 2.
PCS. 3. In addition to the definitions referred to in paragraph. 2, the following definitions apply in this notice:
1) Import: Imports from third countries
2) Export: Export to third
3) Undesirable substance: Any substance or product, except pathogens that occur in and / or on products intended for animal feed and which presents a potential danger to animal or human health or the environment, or that may affect livestock production | || 4) Plant protection products: active substances and preparations containing one or more active substances in the state in which they are supplied to the user, intended to:
a) protect plants or plant products against all harmful organisms or preventing the action of such organisms,
b) affect the life processes of plants other than as a nutrient
c) preserving plant products, insofar as there are no specific provisions on the use of such substances as additives
d) destroying undesired plants or parts of plants
e) checking or preventing undesired growth of plants.
§ 2. Feed shall comply with the provisions laid down for feed law, including European Union regulations on fodder provided. Annex 2. Feed shall be wholesome and unadulterated and of merchantable quality.
PCS. 2. Feed shall not by marketing and by appropriate use could represent a danger to human or animal health or the environment and may not be sold in a way that can mislead.
PCS. 3. Feed Companies must comply with the provisions laid down in food legislation. Feed Companies need including meeting the requirements for registration, approval and development of quality management systems as set out in the Food Regulation, Product Regulation and the Feed Hygiene Regulation, see. Annex 2, no. 2 and 3, and Annex 2, no. 9, in this order.
§ 3. A person who holds or owns a batch of feed, which poses a serious risk to human or animal health or the environment, or which do not comply with rules governing undesirable substances as set. § 6 shall promptly notify the Plant Directorate irrespective of whether the party have been destroyed or are to be destroyed.
PCS. 2. The notification shall include information that can identify the lot of feed and all available information to track the party and must describe the risk, this or these parties represent. The notification shall also include a description of the measures taken to prevent risks to human or animal health or the environment.
Chapter 2
Feed materials and compound feed
§ 4. Feed materials and compound feed, including feed for particular nutritional purposes (dietetic feed) shall be manufactured, marketed and used in accordance with Annex 3, feed inventory and marketing regulation.
PCS. 2. Feed materials covered by the TSE Regulation Article 7 and Annex IV may only be used as specified in the regulation.

PCS. 3. A person who is responsible for placing the feed for particular nutritional purposes must be able to provide data and information demonstrating that the feed is in accordance with Annex 3. If the information available in a readily accessible publication, a reference to the publication sufficient.
Chapter 3
Feed additives and premixes
§ 5. Feed additives and premixes must be marketed and used in accordance with Feed Additive Regulation.
PCS. 2. Feed additives authorized pursuant to Council Directive 70/524 / EEC on feed additives, to be manufactured, marketed and used in accordance with Article 10 of the Feed Additive Regulation, and shall meet the requirements both in Annex 4 of this Order in the permit.
PCS. 3. Feed additives authorized pursuant to Council Directive 82/471 / EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition, it will say "amino acids, their salts and analogues" and "urea and its derivatives", to be produced, marketed and used by Article 10 of the Feed Additive Regulation and comply with Annex 5 and Annex 5, table, in this order.
Chapter 4
Undesirable substances and pesticides
§ 6. The feed containing undesirable substances in amounts greater than those in Annex 6, Tables 1 and 2 above maximum level may not be marketed or fed. , Annex 6, Tables 1 and 2, does not prescribe a permissible maximum levels for undesirable substances in feed supplement, apply the maximum permitted levels for undesirable substances to which the complete feed, taking into account the amount prescribed for the use of supplementary feed.
PCS. 2. Products intended for feeding containing undesirable substances in amounts greater than those in Annex 6, Tables 1 and 2 above maximum permitted levels shall not be mixed with the same product or another feed for dilution purposes.
§ 7. For pesticide residues in food finds regulation on maximum residue levels of pesticides use.
PCS. 2. For aldrin, dieldrin, camphechlor, chlordane, DDT, endosulfan, endrin, heptachlor, hexachlorobenzene and hexachlorocyclohexane, MRLs in Annex 6, Table 1.
salmonella
§ 8. Feed businesses registered according to § 14 are obliged to effectively prevent and combat salmonella bacteria in animal nutrition set. The requirements of the feed hygiene regulation.
PCS. 2. Feed for breeding flocks incl. reared for them, to konsumægslæggende flocks incl. reared for them and for fattening (of the species Gallus gallus) and turkey, to heat treatment, so that the feed has reached a temperature of 81º C in the process flow. However, whole grain cereal and whole grain seeds from the requirement to heat treatment, if it is protected against cross contamination during storage, handling and transport.
PCS. 3. Where feed is detected salmonella bacteria, which are likely to pose a risk to human or animal health, the company has a duty to effectively treat feed to minimize risk, use the feed for a purpose other than feeding or destroy the feed.
PCS. 4. If the presence of salmonella bacteria in the production, storage or transportation equipment, the company has a duty to combat these.
Chapter 5
Export and import
§ 9. When placing feed in a state which is not a member of the European Union, the provisions of Article 12 of the Food Regulation.
§ 10. Import of feed, which is included in Annex I of Regulation no. 669/2009, or which is under European Union regulations attached Special Conditions set. Annex 2, no. 14-16, must be notified Plant Directorate at least 24 hours before arrival, see. Article 17. 1 of the Control Regulation.
PCS. 2. Imports of products referred to in paragraph. 1 shall be of an approved control post.
PCS. 3. Application for approval of control post must be sent to the Plant Directorate and must meet the requirements of Regulation 669/2009 Article 4. In addition, it is a condition of approval that:
1) the company is authorized to "temporary warehousing" in SKAT, and
2) the storage room or storage area is not also used for other storage of feed.
Chapter 6
Packing and labeling
§ 11. When placing the feed be packaged and labeled in accordance with market regulation.
PCS. 2. Feed businesses must not in connection with the marketing of fodder mention that the feed or the company under the Plant Directorate's control.

§ 12. The marketing of feed materials and compound feed containing feed additives authorized pursuant to Council Directive 82/471 / EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition, it will say "amino acids, their salts and analogues" and "urea and its derivatives ", these, beyond what follows from marketing the Regulation and be marked in accordance with Annex 5 and Annex 5, table, in this order.
PCS. 2. In the labeling of feed materials in compound feed for non-food producing animals except fur animals, they listed in Annex 7 category designations used.
PCS. 3. Content of medicated feed must be declared under the provisions of the Executive Order on the manufacture and distribution etc. of medicated feed to animals or Decree on the preparation and negotiation, etc. of medicated feed for fish.
§ 13. There are additional provisions on labeling in accordance with the TSE Regulation, product regulation, regulation on GM food and feed, Regulation on GMO traceability and labeling and Feed Additive Regulation.
Chapter 7
Feed Corporate registration and approval
§ 14. Any feed business must be registered or approved by the Plant Directorate, see. Articles 9 and 10 of the Feed Hygiene Regulation.
PCS. 2. Changes in the feed business activities must be notified Plant Directorate in order to amend registration or approval referred. Article 16 of the Feed Hygiene Regulation.
PCS. 3. Feed manufacturers dealing with some of the activities listed in the TSE Regulation, see. Article 7 and Annex IV must be registered or approved for this purpose by the Plant Directorate.
PCS. 4. Feed Companies that deal with certain activities covered by Articles 11, 17 and 18 of the by-products regulation must be approved for this purpose by the Plant Directorate.
§ 15. Agriculture, which deals only with primary production of feed materials and supplies these to other agricultural for use on these must be registered and comply with the provisions of the Feed Hygiene Regulation, if:
1) manufacturer supplying more than 5 tons of feed materials in total per. calendar year or
2) if a recipient of feed material is more than 20 km from the manufacturer.
PCS. 2. Feed Hygiene Regulation does not apply to agriculture that feeds the animals and exclusively sell at the farm gate, see. Article 2. 2, point b).
PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 2, agriculture, which feeds the animals are registered and comply Feed Hygiene Regulation, see. Article 2. 3, if the
1) selling unopened carcasses of poultry and rabbit to the final consumer at the farm gate, or
2) selling hunting game that has been fed raw milk or eggs to the final consumer at the farm gate or supply these products to retail locally.
§ 16. Application for registration or approval in accordance with § 14 submitted to the Plant Directorate. There used an application form available from the Danish Plant Directorate, possibly on www.pdir.fvm.dk.
PCS. 2. Agriculture submitting the application for single payment scheme, should not submit a separate registration form to the Plant Directorate.
PCS. 3. A farm that reported information to CHR (Central Husbandry Register), or who have submitted information in GHI (Fertilizer and Animal Reporting) that agriculture uses feed additives in pure form or in the form of pre-mixes, should not submit a separate registration form to the Plant Directorate .
§ 17. Plant Directorate may revoke a feed business registration or approval in accordance with § 14 of activities which registration or approval relates, if it is found that the feed business no longer meets the conditions to be registered or licensed for those activities.
Chapter 8
Reporting to Vetstat
§ 18. Animal Users must when purchasing pre-mixtures and compound feed containing coccidiostats inform the seller about the CHR number of the livestock where the feed to be used. These farmers are end-users of these feed additives.

PCS. 2. Feed businesses, as end-users deliver premixes and compound feed containing coccidiostats For each of the feed additives report the information listed in paragraph. 5, for Vetstat. Notification must be made by the 10th of each month. The report shall include information on the previous month's deliveries to end users see. Paragraph. 1. Deliveries must be reported on the floodlit CHR numbers. Deliveries outside CHR number is reported on the fictional CHR number 999999. The report must in this case be made collectively to the same feed additive at the same concentration.
PCS. 3. The reports by paragraph. 2, reporter avail own CVR number who report ident.
PCS. 4. For end users directly from other EU countries or third countries introduce premixes or compound feed containing coccidiostats, the following applies:
1) For each of feed additives should be reported to the information referred to in paragraph. 5, for Vetstat.
2) Reports shall be made by the 10th of each month.
3) Reports shall include information on the previous month's purchase of premixes or compound feed containing coccidiostats.
4) Deliveries must be reported to the CHR number of the livestock where feed is used.
5) report ident end users must use their own tax ID.
PCS. 5. Feed manufacturers that produce premixes containing coccidiostats, and end users will be referred. Paragraphs. 2 and 4, the following information on premixes and compound feed containing coccidiostats:
1) feed additive identification number
2) The amount of feed given as kg premix or feed formula
3) The content of active material in mg / kg,
4) delivery date
5) animal species from which the feed is intended.
Chapter 9
control
§ 19. Plant Directorate supervises the feed businesses comply with food legislation, including European Union regulations on animal feed.
PCS. 2. Plant Directorate takes samples to check that feed businesses, including agriculture, comply with food legislation. Feed produced for marketing in a state which is not a member of the European Union, the scope of control.
PCS. 3. After § 2. 4 of the Act on feed Plant Directorate may issue the orders and prohibitions that are deemed necessary to ensure compliance with food legislation, including European Union regulations affecting foderog feed businesses see. List of these Regulations in Annex 2. Plant Directorate may including banning the use of a lot or a consignment of feed until the result of an initiated investigation. Plant Directorate may also stipulate that the feed does not comply with prescribed requirements need to be aligned with those that they be used for purposes other than feeding that they should be destroyed, the feed will be called back from downstream to manufacturing etc. or sale feed temporarily be set, or feed imported in the country, the returnee.
Subsection 4. The cost of fulfillment of orders and prohibitions notified under paragraph. 3 shall apply to any measures are directed.
Chapter 10
publication
§ 20. Plant Directorate's control and analysis results are published.
Chapter 11
Penalties
§ 21. Violation of the following provisions shall be punished by a fine:
1) §§ 2-6, §§ 8-15 and § 18
2) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, as amended,
3) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety,
4) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 of 3 October 2002 on health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption, as amended,
5) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1829/2003 of 22 September 2003 on genetically modified food and feed,

6) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1830/2003 of 22 September 2003 concerning the traceability and labeling of genetically modified organisms and the traceability of food and feed products produced from genetically modified organisms and amending Directive 2001/18 / EC
7) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1831/2003 of 22 September 2003 on feed additives
8) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2160/2003 of 17 November 2003 on the control of salmonella and other food-borne zoonotic agents
9) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene,
10) the provisions of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 396/2005 of 23 February 2005 on maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on plant and animal food and feed amending Council Directive 91/414 / EEC
11) the provisions of the European Parliament of Council Regulation (EC) no. 767/2009 of 13 July 2009 on the marketing and use of feed, amending European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1831/2003 and repealing 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
12) the provisions of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1135/2009 of 25 November 2009 on special import terms for certain products originating in or consigned from China, and repealing Decision 2008/798 / EC,
13) the provisions of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1151/2009 of 27 November 2009 laying down special conditions for the import of sunflower oil originating in or consigned from Ukraine due to contamination risks by mineral oil and repealing Decision 2008 / 433 / EC, or
14) the provisions of Commission Regulation (EU) no. 258/2010 of 25 March 2010 on special conditions on the imports of guar gum originating in or consigned from India due to contamination risks by pentachlorophenol and dioxins, and repealing Decision 2008 / 352 / EC.
PCS. 2. Failure to comply with injunctions or prohibitions announced pursuant to § 19 paragraph. 3 fined.
PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
Chapter 12
Commencement
§ 22. This Order shall enter into force on 1 September 2010.
PCS. 2. Order no. 341 of 8 May 2008 imposing special restrictions on import of feed containing guar gum and order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses repealed.
PCS. 3. Pet feed labeled in accordance with the provisions of Order no. 1177 of 11 October 2007 on food and feed businesses may be marketed until 31 August 2011, and then remain on the market until stocks are exhausted.

Plant Directorate, August 27, 2010
Ole P. Kristensen
/ Dorthe Nielsen

Annex 1
List of Annex







Appendix 2:



List of regulations



Appendix 3:



Feed for particular nutritional purposes (dietetic feed).





The table:


List of applications



Appendix 4:



Transitional provisions on the use of feed additives



Appendix 5:



Transitional provisions on the use and labeling of amino acids, their salts and analogues, and urea and its derivatives





The table:


The application and the labeling of amino acids, their salts and analogues, and urea and derivatives thereof



Appendix 6:




Maximum levels of undesirable substances





Table 1:


Maximum levels of undesirable substances other than dioxin and dioxin-like PCBs





Table 2:


Maximum levels and action thresholds for dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs.





Table 3:


Summary of WHO toxic equivalents using the WHO-TEF



Appendix 7:



Category descriptions for the feed materials in compound feed for pet





Appendix 2
List of Regulations mentioned in the notice
(§ 1. 2)










In this Statutory Order:









1.


TSE Regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (OJ 2001 L 147, p. 1), with later changes.





2.


Food regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety (OJ 2002 L 31, p. 1) as amended.





3.


Product Regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 of 3 October 2002 on health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ 2002 L 273, p. 1), as amended.





4.


The regulation on GM food and feed:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1829/2003 of 22 September 2003 on genetically modified food and feed (OJ 2003 L 268, p. 1), as amended.





5.


The regulation on GMO traceability and labeling:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1830/2003 of 22 September 2003 concerning the traceability and labeling of genetically modified organisms and the traceability of food and feed products produced from genetically modified organisms and amending Directive 2001/18 / EC (OJ 2003 L 268, p. 24).





6


Feed Additive Regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1831/2003 of 22 September 2003 on feed additives (OJ 2003 L 268, p. 29), as amended.





7.


Zoonoseforordningen:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2160/2003 of 17 November 2003 on the control of salmonella and other food-borne zoonotic agents (OJ 2003 L 325, p. 1), as amended.





8.



The Control Regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004 of 29 April 2004 on official controls to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules (OJ 2004 L 191, p. 1) , as amended.





9.


Feed Hygiene Regulation:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 183/2005 of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene (OJ 2005 L 35, p. 1).





10.


The regulation on maximum residue levels of pesticides:
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 396/2005 of 23 February 2005 on maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on plant and animal food and feed and amending Council Directive 91/414 / EEC.





11.


Marketing Regulation:
European Parliament of Council Regulation (EC) no. 767/2009 of 13 July 2009 on the marketing and use of feed, amending European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1831/2003 and repealing 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





12.


Regulation no. 669/2009:
Commission Regulation (EC) no. 669/2009 of 24 July 2009 on the implementation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004 as regards the increased level of official controls on certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504 / EC.





13


Feed material list:
Commission Regulation (EU) no. 242/2010 of 19 March 2010 on the compilation of a list of feed materials.





14


The regulation on special conditions for the import of certain products originating in or consigned from China:
Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1135/2009 of 25 November 2009 on special import terms for certain products originating in or consigned from China, and repealing Decision 2008/798 / EC





15


The regulation on special conditions for the import of sunflower oil originating or consigned from Ukraine:
Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1151/2009 of 27 November 2009 laying down special conditions for the import of sunflower oil originating or consigned from Ukraine due to contamination risks by mineral oil and repealing Decision 2008/433 / EC.





16


The regulation on special conditions for the import of guar gum originating in or consigned from India
Commission Regulation (EU) No. 258/2010 of 25 March 2010 on special conditions on the imports of guar gum originating in or consigned from India due to contamination risks by pentachlorophenol and dioxins, and repealing Decision 2008/352 / EC.








Appendix 3
Feed for particular nutritional purposes (dietetic feed).







(In Chapter 2)






1.



Feed for particular nutritional purposes may be marketed only if the nutritional purpose stated in the table below, and it satisfies the other provisions in the table.



2.


If a group of feed additives listed in the table, column 2 or 4, they must be approved and have the essential nutritional characteristics indicated.



3.


If feed must meet more than one particular nutritional purpose, it must comply with the corresponding entries in the table.



4.


If there is more than one group of nutritional characteristics indicated in the table, column 2, denoted by "and / or", for the same nutritional purpose, the manufacturer, to meet the special nutritional purposes specified in the table, column 1, either choose || |




-


to apply the one or the other group of essential characteristic





-


or both groups





For each option's table, column 4, provided the associated labeling information.



5.


Where the origin of ingredients or of analytical constituents after the table, column 4, is indicated, the provision of clear information that makes it possible to assess whether ingredients and components are in accordance with the intended essential characteristic.



6


The entries for the table, column 4, relating to analytical bestenddele and additives must be quantitative.



7.


If the table column 4 declaration of a substance, also authorized as feed additive, and the declaration was followed by the expression 'total', the content must refer to:





-


the naturally-occurring amount if there is no additive or,





-


the total amount of the naturally occurring substance and the amount added as a feed additive.



8.


As shown in the table, column 4 is added "if added", the information must be labeled if:





-


the feed material or feed additive has been added, or





-


content is increased in order to feed to meet the particular nutritional purpose.



9.


The recommended period of use indicated in the table, column 5, the range within which the nutritional purpose should normally be achieved.
Permits may specify more precise periods of use within these established limits.



10.


By supplementary feed for particular nutritional purposes, the dose of the daily ration indicated in the instructions on the label.






Appendix 3, the table
List of applications
















Particular nutritional purposes





Essential nutritional properties





Species or



Category





Labeling



Information





Recommended



Use period





Other provisions






1





2





3





4





5





6




Support of renal


Low level of phosphorus and


Dogs and cats


-


Protein source (s)


Initially


On the packaging



function by


limited content



-


calcium


up to 6 months


container or



chronic renal


protein which should be



-


phosphorus



label:



insufficiency.


high quality or



-


potassium



"It is recommended that







-


sodium



vet







-



Content of essential fatty acids (if added)



before use or before extending the period of use. "



The manufacturer may also recommend use for temporary renal insufficiency






If the feed is recommended for temporary renal insufficiency the recommended period of use 2-4 weeks.


In the instructions for use: "Water should be at all times have access to drinking water."





Reduced fosforab-


Adult cats


-


Protein source (s)


Initially


On the packaging





sorption by the addition



-


calcium


up to 6 months


container or





of lanthancarbonatocta



-


phosphorus



label:





hydrate



-


potassium



"It is recommended that







-


sodium



vet







-


Lanthancarbo-natoctahydrat



before use or before extending the







-


Content of essential fatty acids (if added)



usage period ".









If the feed is recommended for temporary renal insufficiency the recommended period of use 2-4 weeks.


In the instructions for use: "Water should be at all times have access to drinking water."



Solution of


Urine acidifying


dogs


-


Protein source (s)


5 to 12 weeks


On the packaging




struvite stones


properties, low



-


calcium



container or





magnesium content and



-


phosphorus



label:





limited content



-


sodium



'It is recommended that





protein which should be



-


magnesium



obtain





high grade



-


potassium



opinion from a







-


chlorides



veterinarian within







-


sulfur



use".







-


Urine acidifying substances



In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."



Solution of


Urine acidifying


cats


-


calcium


5 to 12 weeks


On the packaging



struvite stones


properties and low



-


phosphorus



container or





magnesium content



-


sodium



label:



There can be added:




-



magnesium



'It is recommended that



"Feline lower




-


potassium



obtain



urinary tract




-


chlorides



opinion from a



disease 'or




-


Sulphur



veterinarian within



'Acute Feline




-


Taurine total



use".



Urological Syndrome - FUS '.




-


Urine acidifying substances



In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."



Reducing


Urine acidifying


Dogs and cats


-


calcium


Up to 6 months


On the packaging



the risk of new


properties and moderate



-


phosphorus



container or



struvitstendannelse


magnesium content



-


sodium



label:







-


magnesium



'It is recommended that



For cats may




-


potassium



obtain



Added: 'Feline




-



chlorides



opinion from a



Lower urinary




-


sulfur



veterinarian within



tract disease 'or' Acute Feline Urological Syndrome - FUS '.




-


Urine acidifying substances



use".



Reduction of urinary stone formation


Low level of purines, low level of protein that must be of high quality


Dogs and cats


Protein source (s)


Up to 6 months but lifetime use in cases of irreversible disturbance of uric acid metabolism


On the package, container or label: 'It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use'.



Reducing


Low level of calcium,


Dogs and cats


-


phosphorus


Up to 6 months


On the packaging



oxalate stones


low vitamin



-


calcium



container or





D, and substances that make



-


sodium



label:





urine alkaline



-


magnesium



'It is recommended that







-


potassium



obtain







-


chloride



opinion from a







-


sulfur



veterinarian within







-



Vitamin D is a total



use".







-


hydroxyproline









-


Substances that make the urine alkaline





Reduction of cystine stones


Low protein, moderate level of


Dogs and cats


-


Sulfur-containing amino acids in total


Initially up to 1 year


On the packaging, container or





sulfur-containing



-


sodium



label:





amino acids, and substances



-


potassium



'It is recommended that





making the urine alkaline



-


chlorides



obtain







-


sulfur



opinion from a







-


Substances that make the urine alkaline



veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use. '



Reducing


-


Selected protein


Dogs and cats


-


Protein source (s)


3 to 8 weeks. If




intolerances



source (s)



-


Contents of essences


signs of intolerance




ingredients and


and / or





tial fatty acids


disappear this




nutrients


-


selected




(If added)


feed appli des







carbohydrate source (s)



-


Carbohydrate source (s)


tidsbe without limitation




When it comes to animal feed to reduce a certain intolerance, a reference to the specific intolerance can replace 'ingredient and nutrient'




-


Contents of essen-tial fatty acids (if added)


3 to 8 weeks. If signs of intolerance disappear this feed can be used indefinitely.




Reduction of acute intestinal absorptive disorders


High levels of electrolytes and highly digestible ingredients


Dogs and cats


-


Highly digestible ingredients including their treatment if appropriate


1 to 2 weeks


On the package, container or label: "During periods of acute diarrhea and during







-


sodium



subsequent







-


potassium



convalescence "







-


Sources of mucilaginous substances (if added)



"It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use '.



Compensation for maldigestion


Highly digestible ingredients and low fat


Dogs and cats


- Highly digestible ingredients including their possible


3 to 12 weeks, but lifetime use in chronic pancreatic


On the package, container or label:



The manufacturer can add: 'exocrine pancreatic insufficiency'




treatment


insufficiency


"It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use '.




Support of heart


Low sodium and


Dogs and cats


-


sodium


Initially


On the packaging



function by


higher K / Na ratio



-


potassium


up to 6 months


container or



chronic heart




-


magnesium



label:



insufficiency







"It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use. '



Regulating


Low levels of


Dogs and cats


-


Carbohydrate source (s)


Initially


On the packaging



glucose supply (Diabetes mellitus)


carbohydrates that are rapidly converted to glucose



-


Possible treatment of carbohydrate (s)


up to 6 months


container or label: 'It is recommended that







-


starch



obtain udtalel







-


Total sugars



see from a veterinarian







-


Fructose (if added)



before use or before extending the







-


Content of essential fatty acids (if added)



use period '.







-



Source (s) of fatty acids with short and medium chain (if added)





Supporting


High quality protein,


dogs


-


Protein source (s)


Initially


On the packaging



liver function in chronic liver


moderate in protein, high in



-


Content of essential fatty acids


up to 6 months


container or label:



insufficiency


essential fatty acids and a high content of easily digestible carbohydrates



-


Highly digestible carbohydrates including their treatment if appropriate



"It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use or before extending the







-


sodium



use period '







-


Total copper



In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."



Supporting leverfunk-


High quality protein,


cats


-


Protein source (s)


Initially


On the packaging



tion in chronic


moderate in protein,



-


Content of essential fatty acids


up to 6 months


container or label:



hepatic


low-fat,



-


sodium



'It is recommended that





high



-


Total copper



obtain an opinion






essential fatty acids






from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use '
In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."



Regulation of lipid metabolism in the case of


Low in fat and high in essenti


Dogs and cats


-


Content of essential fatty acids


Initially up to 2 months


On the packaging, container or



hyperlipidemia


elle fatty acids



-


Content of n-3 fatty acids (if added)



label: 'It is recommended to obtain










the opinion of a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use. '



Reduction of copper in the liver


Low level of copper


dogs


-


Total copper


Initially up to six months


On the package, container or label: 'It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use.'



Reducing obesity


Low energy


Dogs and cats


Energy content (provided by the EC method)


Until target body weight is reached


In the instructions for use recommended daily amount.



convalescence


High energy density, high concentrations of


Dogs and cats


-


Highly digestible ingredients


Until the animal has fully recovered


When the feed is specially designed to



For cats can be added: 'Leverlipidose in the cat'


essential nutrients and highly digestible ingredients



-


Energy content (provided by the EC method)



be given via tubing, indicate on







-



Content of n-3 and n-6 ​​fatty acids (if added)



packaging, container or label: 'Administration under veterinary supervision'.



Support of skin function of dermatosis


High level of essential fatty acids


Dogs and cats


-


Content of essential fatty acids


Up to 2 months


On the packaging, container or



and hair loss







label: 'It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use'.



Reducing the risk


Low level of calcium


Dairy cows


-


calcium


Within a period of four weeks


The instructions



cow for milk




-


phosphorus


before calving


stated: "Stop



fever




-


magnesium



feeding after calving ".





and / or










Low cations /



-


calcium


Within a period of four weeks in


The instructions





anions ratio



-


phosphorus


the calving


stated: "Stop







-


sodium



feeding after







-


potassium



calving ".







-



chlorides









-


sulfur







or










High level of zeolite (natriumaluminiumsili



-


Contents of sodium aluminum


The 2 weeks before calving || |

In the instructions for use:





cat, synthetic)




silicate, synthetic



"It is ensured by limiting the amount of feed to a daily intake of 500 g sodium aluminum per. animals are not exceeded. "










"Stop feeding after calving.





or










High levels of calcium in the form of easily accessible calcium salts



-


Total calcium content, sources and


Start at first signs of parturition to two days


On the package, container or label:








respective quantity of calcium


after calving


Sheets, ie the number of applications and the time before and after calving.










The text: "It is recommended to consult a nutritionist before use."



Reduction of the risk of ketosis


Ingredients, which supplies energy in the form of glycogen


Dairy cows and ewes


-


Ingredients, which supplies energy in the form of glycogen


3 to 6 weeks after calving (feed for dairy cows.)




The term 'ketosis' may indicate 'ace-tonæmi'
The manufacturer may also recommend the use for ketosis recuperation




-


Propane-1,2-diol (if added as a glucose)


Last 6 weeks before and the first 3 weeks after lambing









-


Glycerol (if added as a glucose)


(Feed for ewes.)




Reducing


High magnesium


ruminants


-


starch


3 to 10 weeks in


The instructions



the risk of


content, readily available



-


Total sugars


period where grass


shall include



tetani (hypo-


carbohydrates,



-


Magnesium


seen growing quickly


information together



magnesæmi)


moderate protein



-


sodium



composition of





content and low



-


potassium



the daily ration,





potassium






regard to the inclusion










of fibers and slightly










accessible energy










sources.



















For feed for sheep indicated on the packaging, container or label: 'Especially for lactating animals.'



Reducing the risk


Low level of easily


ruminants


-


Starch



Up to 2 months


The instructions



Koen for


(Digestible) forgær



-


Total sugars



must contain up



acidosis


carbohydrates and high buffering capacity





Feed for dairy cows: 'maximum two months from the start of lactation'


information on the composition of the daily ration in terms of supply










of fiber and easily fermentable carbohydrate sources










For feed for dairy cows indicate on the package, container or label: 'Especially for high yielding cows'










For feed for fattening indicate on the package, container or label: 'Especially for intensively fed cattle "(The category of ruminants stated.).



Stabilization of


Mostly electrolyte


calves


-


Carbohydrate Source


1 to 7 days


On the packaging



fluid and electrolyte


ter and easily absorbable


piglets


-


sodium


1 to 3 days if


container or



lytbalancen


carbohydrates


Lam


-


potassium


is not given


label:






kid


-


chlorides


other feed


"If there is






Feel





risk of digestive disorders and for periods therein (diarrhea)











It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use '.



Reducing the risk


Low level of phosphorus,


ruminants


-


calcium


Up to 6 weeks


On the packaging



cow for


magnesium and urine



-


phosphorus



container or



urolithiasis


acidifying substances



-


sodium



label:







-


magnesium



'Especially for intensively







-


potassium



fed young animals'







-


chlorides



The instructions







-


sulfur



states: "There shall







-


Urine acidifying substances



always be access to drinking water. "



Reduction of stress reactions


-


High magnesium content


pigs


magnesium


1 to 7 days


It should be provided on the situations where the use of this feed is appropriate.





and / or










-


Letfordøjeligeingredienser


pigs


-



Highly digestible ingredients including their treatment if appropriate


1 to 7 days


It should be provided on the situations where the use of this feed is appropriate.







-


Content of n-3 fatty acids (if added)





Stabilisation of physiological digestion


Low buffering capacity, and highly digestible ingredients


piglets


-


Highly digestible ingredients including their treatment if appropriate


2 to 4 weeks


On the package, container or label: 'If, periods likelihood of







-


Buffering



digestive







-


Source (s) of astringent substances (if added)



or convalescence from here. "







-


Source (s) of mucilaginous substances (if added)





Stabilisation of physiological digestion


Highly digestible ingredients


pigs


-


Highly digestible ingredients including their treatment if appropriate


2 to 4 weeks


On the package, container or label: 'If, periods likelihood of







-


Source (s) of astringent substances (if added)



digestive or convalescence from here. "







-


Source (s) of mucilaginous substances (if added)





Reducing the risk of constipation


Ingredients stimulating intestinal passage


lakes


Ingredients stimulating intestinal passage


10 to 14 days before and 10 to 14 days after farrowing




Reduction of the risk of fatty liver syndrome


Low energy and high proportion of metabolizable energy from lipids with



Laying hens


-


Energy value (calculated according to EU methodology)


Up to 12 weeks






high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids



-


Percentage of metabolizable energy from lipids









-


Content of polyunsaturated fatty acids





Compensation for malabsorption


Low level of saturated fatty acids and high level of fat soluble vitamins


Poultry excluding geese and pigeons


-


Percentage of saturated fatty acids in relation to the content of total fatty acids


During the first 2 weeks after hatching








-


Vitamin A total









-


Vitamin D is a total









-


Vitamin E









-


Vitamin K total





Compensation for chronic insufficiency of


Carbohydrates, proteins and fats large


Ungulates (Equines)


Digestible carbohydrate, protein and


Initially up to six months


It should be provided on the situations



small intestine function


Viewed digested before reaching the small intestine


Ie horses, donkeys, mules, hinnies and zebra


fats, including their treatment if appropriate



the use of the feed is appropriate and how it should be fed including many small meals per day. day.






When it comes to feed specially designed for very old animals (easily ingestible ingredients) a reference to 'old animals' in relation to the species or category of animals





On the package, container or label: 'It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use.'




Compensation for


Highly digestible fiber


Ungulates (Equines)


-


Fiber Source (s)


Initially


It should be informed,



chronic digestive




-


The content of n-3


up to 6 months


what situations



disorders of the colon



Ie horses, donkeys, mules, hinnies and zebra



fatty acids (if added)



the use of the feed is appropriate and how it should










submitted.



















On the package, container or label: 'It is recommended to obtain a statement from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use.'



Reduction of stress


Highly digestible ingredient


Ungulates (Equines)


-


magnesium


2 to 4 weeks


It should be informed,



reactions


ents



-


Highly digestible



precisely the situation






Ie horses, donkeys, mules, hinnies and zebra



ingredients including their treatment if appropriate



in which the use of the feed is appropriate.







-


Content of n-3 fatty acids (if added)





Compensation for


Mostly electrolyte


Ungulates (Equines)


-


calcium


1 to 3 days


It should be informed,




electrolyte loss


ter and easily absorbable



-


sodium



what situations



heavy sweating


carbohydrates


Ie horses, donkeys,


-


magnesium



the use of the feed is



afsondring



mules, asses and


-


potassium



intended.






zebra


-


chlorides



When the feed corresponds







-


glucose



for much of the










daily ration, guidance should be provided to prevent the risk of abrupt changes in feed composition.



















In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."



convalescence


High concentration of essential nutrients


Ungulates (Equines)


-


Highly digestible ingredients


Until the animal has fully recovered


It should be provided on the situations





fer and highly digestible ingredients


Ie horses, donkeys, mules, hinnies and zebra



including their treatment if appropriate



the use of the feed is appropriate.







-


The content of n-3 and n-6 ​​fatty acids (if added)



When the feed is specially designed to be given via tubing, indicate on the package, container or label: 'Administration under veterinary supervision'.




Support of liver function in chronic


Low levels of protein, which is high quality


Ungulates (Equines)


-


Protein and fiber sources


Initially up to six months


It should be indicated how the feed should



hepatic


and digestible


Ie horses, donkeys,


-


Highly digestible carbohydrates including



fed including many





carbohydrates


mules, asses and



their possible



small portions a day. day.






zebra



treatment



On the packaging







-


methionine



container or







-


choline



label:







-


The content of n-3 fatty acids (if added)



"It is advisable to seek the opinion of a veterinarian










before use or before extending the period of use. '



Supporting nyrefunk-


Low levels of protein,


Ungulates (Equines)


-


Protein source (s)


Initially


On the packaging



tion in chronic


which are of high quality,



-


calcium


up to 6 months


container or



renal insufficiency


and low phosphorus content



-



phosphorus



label:






Ie horses, donkeys,


-


potassium



'It is recommended that






mules, asses and


-


magnesium



obtain a statement






zebra.


-


sodium



from a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use '



















In the instructions for use: "There must always be access to drinking water."





Appendix 4
Transitional provisions on the use of feed additives
(In chapter 3)







Feed additives approved by Council Directive 70/524 / EEC, must in addition to the provisions of the Feed Additive Regulation also comply with the provisions of this Annex and in the authorization.






I. General provisions on the use of additives:



A.


Additives may only be used to produce animal feed within the limits listed in the permit for species or category, respectively, the minimum and maximum levels in feed and the category of feed additives may be used to. If nothing is stated about "Species of animal 'in approval, the additive used for all species or categories of animals.



B.


Additives may only be used for anything other than compound, provided that the permit of the additive is stated "All feed" in the column "Specific provisions".



C.


They set minimum and maximum contents apply to the complete feed at a moisture content of 12%, unless otherwise specified in the permit.



D.


The additives to be used under the conditions in Annex IV, no. 1 and 2, Feed Additive Regulation.







II. Additional provisions for coccidiostats, vitamin A, vitamin D, copper and selenium:



A.


In the production of compound feed containing coccidiostats, histomonostats, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin D, copper and selenium in food-producing animals and fur animals, these additives are added in the form of pre-mixes with a carrier.



B.



For premixes mentioned in A. must premixture proportion of the final compound feed constitute at least 0.2% by weight. However, the premix included with down to 0.05 percent by weight of the feed formula if:





1.


Qualitative and quantitative composition of the premix allows a uniform distribution and thus ensures the content of additives fixed for complete feed and





2.


feed business using these pre-mixes, approved for this production by § 14 of this Order.



C.


Coccidiostats may not be mixed together if they have the same effect, except in the case of a mixture of its authorization.



D.


Coccidiostats may not be mixed with microorganisms, unless permitted by the authorization of the micro-organism.






III. Additional provisions for complementary feed containing additives:



The content of other substances, for example. proteins or minerals must be so large that the feed can not be used as a complete feed, but must be used with other feed.









Appendix 5
Transitional provisions on the use and labeling of amino acids, their salts and analogues, and urea and its derivatives
(In chapter 3)







Feed additives approved under Council Directive 82/471 / EEC, must comply with Feed Additive Regulation and the provisions of this Annex, including table.







1.


The additives listed in the table can be used for animal species listed in the table, column 7 if the additives meets the conditions set out in that table's column 4-6.



2.


When placing amino acids, their salts and analogues, and urea and its derivatives, or feed which they occur, should be marked as indicated in column 8, and they shall be called by the table, column 3, unless otherwise specified in column 8 | ||


3.


The sale of feed compositions in which additives are included, the added content of feed additives must be "Feed additives".





Appendix 5, the table
The application and the labeling of amino acids, their salts and analogues, and urea and derivatives thereof
The numbers in column 2 of this table refer to the numbers that the substances have in the EU register of feed additives. Substances approved under Regulation appears only on the European register.











1





2





3





4





5





6





7






8






Name of additive groups





No.





Designation



Additive





The nutrition physiologically active



Substance





Culture substrate (specifications, if any)





Characteristics of the product composition





Species





Special provisions




2.1


Urea and its derivatives


2.1.1


Urea, technically pure


CO (NH 2) 2



-


Urea: min. 97%


2.1.1.-2.1.4. incl .:


2.1.1.-2.1.4. incl .:






2.1.2.


Biuret, technically
clean


(CONH 2) 2 NH


-


Biuret: min. 97%


Ruminants from rumination


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:






2.1.3.


Urea phosphate, technically pure


CO (NH2) 2 · H3PO4


-


Nitrogen: min. 16.5%
Phosphorus: min. 18%


beginning


-


name: 'Urea', 'Biuret', 'urea phosphate', 'Isobutandiurinstof' as the case






2.1.4.


Isobutandiurinstof technically pure


(CH 3) 2 (CH) 2- (NHCONH 2) 2



-


Nitrogen: min. 30%
Isobutyraldehyde: min. 35%



-


nitrogen. In addition, phosphorus content of product 2.1.3













-


animal species or category












Declarations to feed the label or the packaging:












-


name: 'Urea', 'Biuret', 'urea phosphate', 'Isobutandiurinstof' as the case












-


product share of the feed;












-


of the non-protein nitrogen expressed as crude protein (% of the total crude protein)












-


in the instructions indicate the level of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration of each animal species or category



3.1


methionine


3.1.1.


DL-methionine, technically pure


CH 3 S (CH 2) 2 -CH (NH 2) -COOH


-


DL-methionine: min. 98%


All species


3.1.1. and 3.1.3 .:






3.1.3.


Zinkmethionin technically pure


[CH 3 S (CH 2) 2 -CH (NH 2) -COO] 2 Zn


-


DL-methionine: min. 80% Zinc: max.


Ruminants from rumination


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:










18.5%


beginning


-


name: 'DL-methionine' for product 3.1.1. ,, and 'Zinkmethionin' for product 3.1.3.












-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation













-


DL-methionine and water












-


animal species or category of product 3.1.3.






3.1.4.


Concentrated liquid sodium DL


[CH 3 S (CH 2) 2 -CH (NH 2) -COO] Na


-


DL-methionine: min. 40%


All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:







methionine technically pure




Sodium: min.6,2%



-


name: 'Concentrated liquid sodium DL-methionine sodium'












-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation












-


DL-methionine and water






3.1.5.


DL-methionine, technically pure protected


CH 3 S (CH 2) 2 -CH (NH 2) -COOH


-


DL-methionine: min. 65%


Dairy cows


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:







with copolymer vinyl-pyridine / styrene




copolymer vinyl-pyridine / styrene:



-


'Protected methionine with copolymer vinyl-pyridine / styrene'










max. 3%



-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation













-


DL-methionine and water












-


species






3.1.6.


hydroxy


CH3S- (CH2) 2-


-


Total acid:


3.1.7.-3.1.8.


3.1.7.-3.1.8. incl .:







of methionine


CH (OH) COOH



Min.85% monomer: min 65%



Incl .: All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:












-


The name: according













column 3






3.1.7.


Calcium salt of the hydroxy analogue of


[CH 3 S- (CH 2) 2 CH (OH) COO] 2Ca


-


Monomer: min. 83%



-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by Foderhy-







methionine




Calcium: min. 12%




giejneforordningen












-


stating the total acidity and monomersyreindholdet for 3.1.6. and monomersyreindholdet for 3.1.7.












-


water content












-


species













Declarations to feed the label or the packaging:












-


The name: according to column 3












-


stating the total acidity and monomersyreindholdet for 3.1.6. and monomersyreindholdet for 3.1.7.












-


product share of the feed






3.1.8.


Isopropyl ester of the hydroxy analogue of


CH 3 S- (CH 2) 2 CH (OH) -COO-CH


-


Monomers Tere: min. 90%


Dairy cows


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:







methionine


(CH 3) 2




Water content: max. 1%



-


Isopropyl ester of 2-hydroxy-4-methylthiobutansyre












Declarations to feed the label or the packaging:












-


Hydroxy analogue of methionine: Isopropyl ester of 2-hydroxy-4-methylthiobutansyre












-


Blended component (%) of the hydroxy analogue of methionine in the feed



3.2.


lysine


3.2.1.


L-Lysine, technically pure


NH 2 (CH 2) 4


-


L-Lysine: min. 98%


3.2.1.-3.2.5.


3.2.1.-3.2.5. incl .:









CH (NH2) -COOH





Incl .: All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:






3.2.2.


Concentrated liquid L-lysine (base)


NH 2 (CH 2) 4 CH (NH 2) -COOH


Sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates


L-Lysine: min. 50%



-


name: 'L-lysine' for product 3.2.1., "Concentrated liquid L-lysine 'for product 3.2.2.," L-lysinhydro.






3.2.3.


L-lysine hydrochloride, technically pure


NH 2 (CH 2) 4 CH (NH 2) -COOH · HCl


-


L-Lysine: min. 78%




chloride 'for product 3.2.3., the concentrated liquid L-lysine hydrochloride product






3.2.4.


Concentrated liquid L-lysine hydrochloride


NH 2 (CH 2) 4 CH (NH 2) -COOH · HCl


Sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates


L-Lysine: min. 22.4%




3.2.4. and 'L-lysine sulphate and by-products' of product 3.2.5









Of




-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation






3.2.5.


L-Lysine-sulphate producted by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum


[NH2- (CH2) 4-CH (NH2) -COOH] 2 · H2SO4



Syrup, molasses, cereals, starch products and their hydrolysates


L-Lysine: min. 40%



-


containing L-lysine and water






3.2.7.


Mixtures with












a)


L-lysinmonochlorhydrat,


NH 2 (CH 2) 4 CH (NH 2) -


-


L-lysine + DL-methionine:



Dairy cows


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:







technically pure and


COOH · HCl



mine. 50% (of which DL-methionine min. 15%) copolymer



-


the entry 'Mixture of L-lysine and DL-methionine protected with copolymer vinyl-pyridine / styrene'






b)


DL-methionine, technically pure protected with copolymer


CH 3 S (CH 2) 2 -CH (NH 2) -COOH



vinylpyriden / styrene: max. 3%



-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation







vinyl-pyridine / styrene



-




-


containing L-lysine, DL-methionine, and water;












-


species



3.3.


threonine


3.3.1.


L-threonine, technically pure


CH3-CH (OH) -CH (NH 2) -COOH


-


L-threonine: min. 98%


All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:












-


marked 'L-threonine'












-


containing L-threonine and water












-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation



3.4.


Trypto-phan


3.4.1.


L-tryptophan, technically pure


(C8H5NH) -CH 2 -CH (NH 2) -COOH



-


L-Tryptophan: min. 98%


All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:












-


name: 'L-tryptophan';












-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation












-


containing L-trypthophan and water






3.4.2.


DL-tryptophan, technically pure


(C8H5NH) -CH 2 -CH (NH 2) -COOH


-


DL-tryptophan: min. 98%


All species


Declarations on the additive label or packaging:












-


the words 'DL-tryptophan'












-


manufacturer's approval number assigned by the Feed Hygiene Regulation












-


DL-tryptophan and water





Annex 6, Table 1
Permitted maximum levels of undesirable substances other than dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs
(§ 6)











Undesirable substances





Feed





Maximum content of the undesirable substance specified in the weighing unit mg / kg (ppm) of the feed with a moisture content of 12 per cent.






1





2





3






nickel


fat



10











1.


arsenic
Maximum levels refer to total arsenic


Feed materials with the exception of:


2







-


meal made from grass, from dried lucerne and from dried clover, and dried sugar beet pulp and dried molasses sugar beet pulp


4







-


palm cake


4


It must be demonstrated that the content of inorganic arsenic is lower than 2 ppm.






-


phosphates and calcareous marine algae


10







-


calcium carbonate


15







-


magnesium oxide


20







-


feedingstuffs produced by the processing of fish or other marine animals, including fish


25


It must be demonstrated that the content of inorganic arsenic is lower than 2 ppm.






-


seaweed meal and feed materials derived from seaweed


40


It must be demonstrated that the content of inorganic arsenic is lower than 2 ppm. This is particularly important in the seaweed species Hizikia Fusiforme.














-


Iron particles used as tracer


50







Additives belonging to the functional group of compounds of trace elements, with the exception of:


30







-


copper sulfate and copper carbonate


50







-



zinc oxide, manganese oxide and copper oxide


100







Complete feed with the exception of:


2







-


complete feed for fish and fur animals


10


It must be demonstrated that the content of inorganic arsenic is lower than 2 ppm. This is particularly important in the seaweed species Hizikia Fusiforme.






Complementary feed with the exception of:


4







-


mineral feed


12












2.


lead
Maximum levels refer to an analytical determination of lead, whereby extraction is performed in nitric acid (5% w / w) for 30 minutes at boiling temperature. There can be used Equivalent extraction, for which it can be demonstrated that the used extraction procedure has an equal extraction.


Feed materials with the exception of:


10







-


forages (meaning products for animal feed, such as hay, silage, grass, etc.)


30







-


phosphates and calcareous marine algae


15







-


calcium carbonate


20







-


yeast


5







Additives belonging to the functional group "compounds of trace elements", except:


100







-


zinc oxide


400







-


manganese (III) oxide, iron carbonate, copper carbonate


200








Additives belonging to the functional group "binders and anti-caking agents", except:


30







-


clinoptilolite of volcanic origin


60







premixes


200







Full Feed


5







Complementary feed with the exception of:


10







-


mineral feed


15












3.


Fluor
Maximum levels refer to an analytical determination of fluorine, whereby extraction is performed with hydrochloric acid 1 N for 20 minutes at ambient temperature. There can be used Equivalent extraction, for which it can be demonstrated that the used extraction procedure has an equal extraction.


Feed materials except:


150







-


animal feed with the exception of marine crustaceans such. krill


500







-


marine crustaceans such. krill


3,000







-


phosphates


2,000







-


calcium carbonate


350







-


magnesium oxide


600







-


calcareous marine algae


1,000







-


vermiculite (E 561)


3,000








Complementary feedingstuffs








-


containing 4% phosphorus less


500







-


containing more than 4% phosphorous


125


per. 1% phosphorus






Complete feed except:


150







-


complete feed for cattle, ovine and caprine









-


lactating


30








-


other


50







-


complete feed for pigs


100







-


complete feed for poultry


350







-


complete feed for chicks


250







-


complete feed for fish


350












4.


mercury
The maximum levels refer to total mercury.
Maximum levels refer to an analytical determination of mercury, whereby extraction performed in nitric acid (5% w / w) for 30 minutes at boiling temperature. There can be used Equivalent extraction, for which it can be demonstrated that the used extraction has an extraction power of the same scope.


Feed materials with the exception of:


0.1







-


feed produced from fish or processed fish or other marine animals


0.5







-


Calcium Carbonate



0.3







Compound feed (feed supplement of complete feed) except:


0.1







-


mineral feed


0.2







-


feeds for fish


0.2







-


feeds for dogs, rabbits, horses and fur animals


0.3











5.


nitrite


Feed materials with the exception of:


15


(Expressed as sodium nitrite)






-


fishmeal


30


(Expressed as sodium nitrite)






-


silage


-














Complete feed with the exception of


15


(Expressed as sodium nitrite)






-


Complete food for dogs and cats with a moisture content exceeding 20% ​​


-











6


cadmium
Maximum levels refer to an analytical determination of lead, whereby extraction is performed in nitric acid (5% w / w) for 30 minutes at boiling temperature. There can be used Equivalent extraction, for which it can be demonstrated that the used extraction procedure has an equal extraction.


Feed materials


1







Animal feed materials


2







Mineral feed materials, except:


2








-


phosphates


10







Additives belonging to the functional group "compounds of trace elements", except:


10







-


copper oxide, manganese (II) oxide, zinc oxide and manganese (II) sulphate monohydrate


30







Additives belonging to the functional group "binders and anti-caking agents"


2







premixes


15







Mineral feed


5







-


containing less than 7% phosphorus


5







-


containing 7% phosphorus or more.


0.75% per year. 1% phosphorus, with a maximum of 7.5







Grants petfood


2







Complementary feed


0.5







Complete feed for cattle, sheep and goats and feed the fish
except:


1







-


full pet


2







-


complete feed for calves, lambs and kids and other complete feed


0.5












7.



Aflatoxin B1



All feed materials


0.02







Complete feed for cattle, sheep and goats except:


0.02







-



complete feed for dairy cattle, ovine and caprine


0,005







-


calves and lambs


0.01







Complete feed for pigs and poultry (except young animals)


0.02







Other full feed


0.01







Complementary feed for cattle, sheep and goats (with the exception of supplementary feed for dairy animals and for calves and lambs)


0.02







Complementary feed for pigs and poultry (except young animals)


0.02







Complementary feed


0,005











8.


hydrocyanic acid


Feed materials with the exception of:


50







-


linseed


250







-


linseed


350







-


manioc (manioc flour may also be referred to as tapioca starch)


100







-


almond cakes (by-product obtained by pressing oil from almonds)


100







Complete feed with the exception of:


50







-


complete feed for chickens


10











9.


Free gossypol


Feed materials with the exception of:


20








-


cottonseed


5,000







-


cottonseed ogbomuldsfrømel


1,200







Complete feed with the exception of:


20







-


complete feed for adult cattle,


500








complete feed for sheep (except lambs) and goats (except kids)


300







-


complete feed for poultry (except laying hens) and calves


100







-


complete feed for rabbits, lambs, kids and pigs (except piglets)


60











10.


theobromine


Complete feed with the exception of:


300







-


complete feed for pigs


200







-


complete feed for dogs, rabbits, horses and fur animals


50











11.


Volatile mustard oil


Feed materials with the exception of:


100







-


rapeseed cakes


4,000


(Expressed as allyl isothiocyanate)






Complete feed with the exception of:


150


(Expressed as allyl isothiocyanate)






-



complete feed for cattle, sheep and goats (except young animals).


1,000


(Expressed as allyl isothiocyanate)






-


complete feed for poultry and pigs (except piglets).


500


(Expressed as allyl isothiocyanate)










12.


Vinylthiooxazolidon (Vinyloxazolidine thione)


Complete feed for poultry with the exception of:


1,000







-


Complete feed for laying hens


500











13



Ergot (Claviceps purpurea)



All feed containing unground cereals.


1,000











14



Weed seeds and fruits, uncrushed containing alkaloids, glucosides or other toxic substances separately or in combination including:


All feed


3,000






Datura sp.



1,000











15



Castor oil - seeds and shells of Ricinus communis L., Croton tiglium L. and Abrus precatorius L. and derivatives from forarbejdningen1), individually or together.


All feed


10














1) In so far determinable by analytical microscopy.













16



Crotalaria spp.



All feed


100











17


aldrin



17 and 18 .:
Individually or in combination,


17 and 18 .:
All feed
except:


0.01


Maximum level for aldrin and dieldrin, singly or combined, expressed as dieldrin



18


dieldrin


expressed as dieldrin


-


fats and oils


0.1


Maximum level for aldrin and dieldrin,







-


fish


0.02


singly or combined, expressed as dieldrin












19


camphechlor
(Toxaphene) The sum of indicator congeners


-


Fish, other aquatic animals, their products and by-products, except fish oil


0.02






CHB 26, 50 and 62


-


Fish oil


0.2






Numbering system according to Parlar, prefixed by either 'CHB' or 'Parlar'.


-


Feed for fish


0.05







CHB 26: 2-endo, 3 exo, 5-endo, 6-exo, 8, 8, 10, 10-octachlorbornan.

CHB 50: 2-endo, 3 exo, 5-endo, 6-exo, 8,8,9,10,10-nonachlorbornan.

CHB 62: 2,2,5,5,8,9,9,10,10-nonachlorbornan.














20


chlordane


All feed


0.02






The sum of cis- and


except:







trans-isomers and of oxychlordane, expressed as chlordane


-


fats and oils


0.05












21


DDT
(Sum of DDT-,


All feedingstuffs with the exception


0.05






DDD (or TDE-) and DDE-isomers, expressed as DDT)


-


fats and oils


0.5












22


endosulfan
The sum of α- and


All feed


0.1






β-isomers and endosulfan sulphate expressed as endosulfan


except:








-


maize and products derived from the processing thereof


0.2







-


oilseeds and by-products from the processing thereof, except crude vegetable oil


0.5







-


crude vegetable oil


1.0







-


complete feed for fish


0,005











23


endrin


All feeds except for:


0.01






The sum of endrin and of delta-ketoi, expressed as endrin


-


fats and oils


0.05











24


heptachlor
The sum of heptachlor, hepta-chloro-epoxide, expressed as heptachlor


All feeds except for:


0.01







-


fats and oils


0.2












25



Hexachlorobenzene (HCB)


All feeds except for:


0.01







-


fats and oils


0.2











26



Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH)








26.1


α-isomers


All feeds except for:


0.02








-


fats and oils


0.2






26.2


β-isomers


All feed materials with the exception


0.01








-


fats and oils


0.1








All feedingstuffs except:


0.01








-


compound feed for dairy cattle


0,005






26.3


γ-isomers


All feeds except for:


0.2








-


fats and oils


2.0












27



Dioxin (see Table 2)











28


discontinued





29


discontinued












30



Unhusked - Fagus silvatica L.


30, 32. - 39. incl .:
All feed


30, 32. - 39. incl .:
Seeds and fruit of the plant as well as their processed derivatives may only be present in feed in trace substances not can be determined quantitatively.









31


discontinued











32.


discontinued











33.



Purgérbusk - Jatropha curcas L.











34.


discontinued











35.



Indian mustard - Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. a Coss. ssp. Integrifolia (West.) Thell.











36.



Brown mustard - Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. a Coss. Ssp. juncea












37.



Chinese mustard - Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. a Coss. ssp. juncea var. lutea Batalin











38.



Black mustard -Brassica nigra (L.) Koch











39.



Ethiopian mustard - Brassica carinata A. Braun











40.


Lasalocid sodium


Feed materials


1.25







Compound feed for








-



Dogs, calves, rabbits, equine animals, animals used in milk production, laying birds, turkeys (> 12uger) and chickens reared for laying (> 16 weeks)


1.25







-


Broilers, pullets (<16 weeks) and turkeys (<12 weeks) for the period before slaughter in which the use of lasalocid sodium is prohibited (withdrawal feed)


1.25








-


Other species


3.75








Premixtures for use in feed in which the use of lasalocid sodium is not allowed.


The maximum level of the substance in the premixture is the concentration which does not result in a level of the substance higher than 50% of the maximum levels established in the feed when the instructions for use of the premixture are followed










41.


narasin


Feed materials


0.7







Compound feed for









-


Turkeys, rabbits, equine species, laying birds and chickens reared for laying (> 16 weeks)


0.7








-


Broilers in the period before slaughter in which the use of narasin is prohibited (withdrawal feed)


0.7








-


Other species


2.1








Premixtures for use in feed in which the use of narasin is not authorized


The maximum level of the substance in the premixture is the concentration which does not result in a level of the substance higher than 50% of the maximum levels established in the feed when the instructions for use of the premixture are followed










42.


salinomycin sodium


Feed materials


0.7







Compound feed for









-



Animals that equine klakuner, laying birds and chickens reared for laying (> 12 weeks)


0.7








-


Broilers, pullets (16 weeks) and turkeys (> 16 weeks)


1.25








-


Broilers, pullets (16 weeks), laying birds and chickens reared for laying (> 16 weeks)


0.05








-


Broilers and turkeys (16 weeks)


0.7








-


Broiler chickens for fattening and breeding rabbits and turkeys for the period before slaughter in which the use of robenidine hydrochloride is prohibited (withdrawal feed)


0.7








-


Other species


2.1








Premixtures for use in feed in which the use of robenidine hydrochloride is not allowed


The maximum level of the substance in the premixture is the concentration which does not result in a level of the substance higher than 50% of the maximum levels established in the feed when the instructions for use of the premixture are followed










47.


decoquinate


Feed materials


0.4








Compound feed for









-


Laying birds and chickens reared for laying (> 16 weeks)


0.4








-


Broilers in the period before slaughter in which the use of decoquinate is prohibited (withdrawal feed)


0.4








-


Other species


1.2








Premixtures for use in feed in which the use of decoquniat not allowed



The maximum level of the substance in the premixture is the concentration which does not result in a level of the substance higher than 50% of the maximum levels established in the feed when the instructions for use of the premixture are followed










48.


halofuginone hydrobromide


Feed materials


0.03








Compound feed for









-


Laying birds and chickens reared for laying (> 16 weeks) and turkeys (> 12 weeks)


0.03








-


Broilers and turkeys (16 weeks) and turkeys for fattening (> 12 weeks)


0.01








-


Fattening and breeding rabbits the period before slaughter in which the use of diclazuril is prohibited (withdrawal feed)


0.01








-


Other animal species other than chickens reared for laying (