Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 preliminary provisions and definitions Chapter 2 provisions concerning the special male premium for bulls and steers (male premium) Chapter 3 rules on Ewe Chapter 4 Control Chapter 5 Penal provisions for entry into force and The full text of the notice of the grant of premiums for male bovine animals and moderfår1) pursuant to § 1, paragraph 1 and paragraph 3-5, § 4, paragraph 1, and 5 , and section 24 of the law on the administration of the European Community schemes under the common agricultural policy is financed by the European agricultural guarantee fund for agricultural goods, etc. (support Act), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 297 of 28. April 2004, as amended by Act No. 1513 by 27. December 2009 shall be determined under the authority: Chapter 1 preliminary provisions and definitions section 1. The provisions of this Ordinance relating to the provision of the following prizes for cattle and Ewe producers, and is administered by the Food industry in accordance with the European Community regulations: 1) The Special male premium for bulls and steers (male premium).
2) premium for ewes.
(2). Executive order on cross-compliance will apply to the premium arrangements referred to in paragraph 1.
§ 2. At a slaughterhouse shall mean export approved slaughterhouses and approved slaughter places.
(2). By an application year means a calendar year.
§ 3. As a condition for the receipt of premiums or male Ewe premiums for the application year, applicants that the 21. April 2010, has agricultural areas indicate this in the "Common form". " Common form "can be completed and submitted via the Food Business website. The form may be obtained in paper form by contacting the Food Business, and must be received in the Food Business in 2010, no later than the 17. the land to be entered may. regardless of whether they are eligible, regardless of plot size and regardless of whether the application for area aid. Producers who do not possess agricultural land can set this up in the schema.
§ 4. No premium for male bovine animals and sheep, if the total amount of aid to the farmer in the form of premium for male bovine animals, ewes and aid on the basis of special payment entitlements constitute less than 300 euros, unless the eligible area of the holding, qualifying for direct payments pursuant to Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009, is not less than 2 ha.
§ 5. If a producer in connection with the acquisition of a holding cannot keep a fixed hold period, but still want to receive prizes in accordance with one or both of the schemes referred to in paragraph 1, he or she must sign a manufacturer switch statement. The Declaration must be received in the Food Business before 8 weeks after the handover date, but not later than 28. February the following year.
(2). To be used a special form of producer switch, which can be obtained from the food industry.
Chapter 2 provisions concerning the special male premium for bulls and steers (male prize) § 6. Male premium for bulls and steers in the first and second age group obtained by the producer's delivery of the animal for slaughter in a slaughterhouse situated in Denmark, see. § 8.
(2). The premium referred to in paragraph 1 may also be obtained on the dispatch of live male to another Member State or export to a third country, provided that the form is posted, see. § 3.
(3). Producers, who want premium on the dispatch of live male to another Member State, to the Food Business submit an application, which must be received no later than the day before in Food Business shipping day.
(4). An application for the male premium at the time of exportation of animals to third countries must be Food Business not later than 6 months after the date on which the animal left the customs territory of the community. No application can, however, be received later than the end of February of the following calendar year, unless there are exceptional circumstances.
(5). Which shall be used in the special application form to the mentioned in paragraphs 3 and 4 applications that are downloaded via Food Business website or by contacting the Food Profession.
(6). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 3, the application for one or two prizes for bulls and steers transposed on a slagtekvægs market, where the official veterinarian has to issue kvægpas, submitted to Food Business on the day the shipment takes place. Food Business to be in these cases have received the application before that time.
(7). Conducted by a person other than the producer as the sender on the dispatch of the animal to another Member State, without prejudice. paragraphs 2 and 3, are the manufacturer's ability to achieve premium depending on the accuracy of the statements made by the sender of the shipment. The consignor shall retain documents and records that are necessary for the carrying out of the control of the system for at least 5 years from the end of each application year.
(8). For animals, there are dispatched to another Member State, without prejudice. paragraphs 2 and 3, the applicant shall ensure that kvægpas that follows animals on the dispatch to another Member State, whether in Denmark are searched or examined whether male premium for the animal.
§ 7. Male premium may be sought for an unlimited number of male bovines per holding.
§ 8. Reporting to the Food Profession of slaughterings in slaughterhouses of bulls and steers, which may be the subject of male premium, are submitted electronically for each manufacturer. The alert must be received in the Food Business within six months after each slaughter, however, not later than the end of February the following calendar year.
(2). They received reports on place found slaughterings of each producer's animals in each calendar year shall be considered as an application for male premium when the food Profession by cross-checking with the Central Livestock register has determined that the conditions for prize payout are complied with, provided that the form is posted, see. § 3.
(3). If a week's slaughter is governed by two calendar years, are to be made to separate reports.
(4). To the premium shall be paid to a third party other than the one from which the animal is delivered for slaughter, should be a manufacturer's declaration. Food Profession gives detailed instructions for this. The Declaration must be submitted to the Food Industries of the slaughterhouse and be received in Food Business within the time limits referred to in paragraph 1. A producer declaration form can be obtained from the food industry or at the slaughterhouse.
(5). Manufacturer's declaration must be received at the slaughterhouse before the Friday of the week following the killing.
(6). Control of the animal's gender as well as carcass weight for bulls and steers shall be carried out in slaughterhouses with the classification of the classification Committee for Pigs, cattle and sheep. On the other slaughterhouses be carried out inspections of Food Agency. Verification of compliance with the other provisions of the basic regulation. paragraph 1 shall be carried out in the slaughterhouses of veterinary and Food Administration.
(7). Slaughterhouses shall retain documents and records that are necessary for the carrying out of the control of the arrangements for at least 5 years from the end of each application year.
Chapter 3 rules on Ewe § 9. The application for the premium for ewes submitted to Food Profession on application forms, which can be obtained from the Directorate. The application must include at least 10 ewes.
(2). The application period for application for Ewe begins the 1. March and expires on 31 December 2006. March.
§ 10. Application for participation in the allocation of rights to the premium must be received in the Food Business by 15. February for the application year.
(2). Allocation of premium rights from the national reserve shall be carried out according to the following priority, see. However, paragraph 3:1) Applicants over the age of 26 years no later than 31 December. December in the application year, as young applicants are assigned premium rights first.
2) Other applicants over the age of 18 years no later than 31 December. December in the application year, because older applicants are assigned premium rights first.
3) public limited companies and private limited companies and foundations for a balanced and proportional distribution.
(3). Applicants who apply for more than 200 premium rights, however, the lowest priority as regards the part of the application, which is in addition to the 200 premium rights.
§ 11. The transfer of premium rights shall be communicated in writing to the food industry. In order to transfer can take effect for the application year, must be received at the latest message in the Food Business when the producer receiving the rights submits his premium application for Ewe, but not later than 31 December 2006. March.
(2). By permanent transfer of premium rights without transfer of the holding should be involved at the same time, 10 percent of the premium rights transferred to the national reserve. The entering in the number of premium rights shall be rounded down to the nearest whole number of premium rights, however, a minimum of one prize entitlement. To be used in particular application form which can be obtained from the food industry.
(3). Partial transfer of premium rights without transfer of the holding shall, at the same time, since there is no minimum requirement for producers with less than 20 rights, at least: 1) 5 rights for producers who have a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 99 rights.
2) 10 rights for producers who have at least 100 rights.
Chapter 4 Control
§ 12. The Danish plant Directorate controls under the authority of the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries, compliance with the requirements of § 1, the premium arrangements with producers. Food Business shall carry out administrative checks on compliance referred to in § 1, the premium schemes on the dispatch and export of live animals to another Member State or third country, without prejudice. § 6.
(2). Food agency checks under the authority of the Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries together with Classification Committee for Pigs, cattle and sheep, compliance with the requirements of § 1, the premium schemes at slaughterhouses.
(3). The Danish plant Directorate have on dispatch, without prejudice. § 6, paragraph 7, access to carry out checks of the sender.
(4). It is the responsibility of the farmer to provide the necessary assistance at service intervals.
Chapter 5 Penal-and effective provisions § 13. Violation of article 6, paragraph 8, section 8, paragraph 7, and article 12, paragraph 4, be punished by a fine.
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
§ 14. Complaint against decisions taken pursuant to this order shall be submitted according to the rules laid down in the Ordinance on Food Business tasks and powers.
§ 15. The notice shall enter into force on the 26. February 2010, and shall apply to applications submitted in 2010 and later.
(2). Executive Order No. 1290 by 8. December 2006 on the granting of premiums for male cattle and Ewe are hereby repealed. The notice shall, however, remain applicable to applications filed in 2009 and previous years.
Food Industries, the 23. February 2010 Ole Heinager/Lotte Dige Toft 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. General: 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 direct support schemes for 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 under the aid scheme for wine. Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1121/2009 of 29. October 2009 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 73/2009 as regards the support schemes in accordance with titles IV and V. 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 in the Ordinance is thus entirely justified in practical terms and shall not affect the validity of the said regulations look in Denmark.