Order On Duty Monitoring For Avian Influenza In Poultry And Farmed Feathered Game

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om pligt til overvågning for aviær influenza hos fjerkræ og opdrættet fjervildt

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Scope and definitions

Chapter 2 Early warning for avian influenza

Chapter 3 Routine monitoring for avian influenza in poultry

Chapter 4 Routine monitoring for avian influenza at farmed game farmed

Chapter 5 Laboratory samples, etc.

Chapter 6 Especially about zoological facilities.

Chapter 7 Payment, punishment and entry into force

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Publication of the obligation to monitor avian influenza in poultry and farmed game farmed 1)

In accordance with section 26, section 29, section 30, section 33, section 53 (3). Paragraph 62, paragraph 2. 1, section 67 and section 70 (4), Three, in the law. 432 of 9. In June 2004, on the crew of animals, as amended by law no. 404 of 1. June 2005, Law No 105 of 20. June 2006 and Law No 402 of 21. April 2010 shall be determined :

Chapter 1

Scope and definitions

§ 1. The following shall be the subject of the declaration :

1) Chapter 2 of the early warning for avian influenza shall apply to all poultry, farmed game farmed and other birds in captivity, cf. § 2, nr. 2-4.

2) Chapter 3 concerning the routine surveillance of avian influenza in poultry shall apply to establishments covered by Section 2 (2). 612, as well as crews with the turnover of poultry at the time of transposition, more than 100 of them. of such animals, cf. § 2, nr. The provisions of Chapter 3, however, shall not apply to quail, pigeons and ostrich.

3) Chapter 4 on routine surveillance for avian influenza in the farmed game of farmed game shall apply to establishments covered by Section 2 (2). Paragratives 3 and 13, and the turnover of farmed game farmed game, which at the time of transposition has more than 100 paragraphs, of such animals, cf. § 2, nr. 16.

§ 2. For the purposes of this notice :

1) "Aviary flu" : Influenza A virus, subtype H5 and H7.

2) ' Poultry ' or ' poultry holding ` shall mean Høns, turkeys, guinea fowl, taenads, geese, gears, pigeons, pigeons and ostriches that are bred or kept in captivity for breeding, production of meat or egg-sum eggs.

3) "Dissected feather game" : faraway farmed in activities farmed more than 100. unfurtherly. Remote means : grey ducks, pheasants, partridges, red chickens and rofoam chickens.

4) "Other birds in captivity" means birds which are kept in captivity for any purpose other than those referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 3, including in view of the cube, competitions, exhibitions, breeding or sales.

5) ' A herd ` means poultry of the same age and with the same health status, which is an operational unit and held on the same CHR number, which is a single epidemiological unit.

6) ' Avlsestablishment ` means the activity of more than 100 paragraph 1. breeding animals whose activity consists in the production of hatching eggs or rearing for breeding or reproducing establishments.

7) ' Central farming undertaking ' means the activity whose activity consists in the rearing of more than one hundred. poultry for propagation activities.

8) ' Reproductive business ` means the company with more than 100 paragraph 1. propagation animals whose activity consists in the production of hatching eggs for the production of the production of the poultry or poultry carcase.

9) ' establishment ' means the activity of the activity of farmed by more than 100 paragraph ; poultry for drinking production.

10) ' Summarize business ` means the company with more than 100 paragraph 1. consummarions where the activity is made up of industrial production of eggs for human consumption.

11) ' Slaughter-turkey business ` means the company with more than 100 paragraph 1. slaughter turkeys that are bred for slaughter.

12) ' Slaughter-poultry business ` means the company with more than 100 paragraph 1. poultry, other than slaughter turkeys, which are bred for slaughter, or in business with more than 100 paragraphs ; game farmed to be bred for slaughter.

13) ' Poultry ' shall mean the entity whose activity consists in mechanical means of more than 100 paragraph 1. the hatching of farmed game eggs.

14) "Revenue" or "translate" : Sales or Sell.

15) ' Orphanations with poultry ' shall mean a number of poultry, including poultry, kept in captivity for any purpose other than those referred to in paragraph 1. 2 mentioned, including in view of the purposes of view, competition, exhibitions, breeding or sale if the crew at the time of sale has more than 100 paragraphs. of such animals.

16) ' Oral ' game turnover ' shall mean the rearing game, including farmed farmed farmed farmed farther than farmed farmed farther than farmed, if the crew at the time of transposition has more than 100 parts. of such animals.

17) ' Risk area ` means areas of 3 kilometres ;

a) from all coasts and fjord,

b) around Vorup Enge at Randers as well as Stubbe Sø on Djursland, Tjele Langsø, Brabrand Sø and Årslev Engsø, Sø, Sø, Mossary, Sø Langsø, Slives Sø, Arreskov Sø, Arreskov Sø, Nørresø at Brahetrolleborg, Burning Lake, Fuel Island, Furesø, Norrrland, Arresø, Lake Tislake, Tystrup Baseys, Ulse and Torup Lake in the South Zealand, and the Maribo Islands,

c) on each side, along the Skjern, from Ringkøbing Fland to the east of Borris,

d) on each side, along the Omme, from the Skjern to the east to the ponds of Rabid, and

(e) on either side of the parts of the Vican system covered by the Community Birds Protection Area. 60 (the case of the Tøndermarshes and Lake Saltwater) as well as Community bird protection. 63 (Sønder Ådal), which delimited in the notice of the demarcation and management of international nature conservation areas (Community bird protection areas, Community habitats and RamsarAreas).

Chapter 2

Early warning for avian influenza

§ 3. The owner or the person responsible for poultry or farmed game farmed in accordance with the Order for the registration of herds in CHR shall immediately notify the delivery of the foodstuff ; cases of one or more of the following occurrences in the crew :

1) Fall in the consumption of feed or water exceeding 20% within 24 hours.

2) Fall in the egg production of more than 5% above the normal level of production for more than 2 days.

3) A 3% mortality rate in 3 days in relation to the expected mortality of the poultry type and age concerned.

§ 4. The owner or the person responsible for other birds in captivity not registered in the Central Home Use Registry in accordance with the notice on the registration of herds in CHR shall immediately notify the food registration in the case of a or more of the following events :

1) Essential fall in feed or water recording.

2) Essentially, in the production of egg production.

3) Unusual mortality.

§ 5. Persons covered by the universal maintenance obligation in section 3 to 4 must, after the food court ' s instructions, allow material to be submitted for avian influenza.

Chapter 3

Routine monitoring for avian influenza in poultry

§ 6. The owner or the person responsible for a breeding, central breeding, propagation, breeding, congregals, or slaughterhouse activities, cf. § 2, nr. 6 to 11 shall ensure that, from each herd, material shall be taken and sent to the avian influenza study according to the rules set out in Annex 1.

§ 7. The owner or person responsible for a slaughterhouse poultry company with out-tested poultry, cf. § 2, nr. In the case of a post-mortem inspection, the crew of the crew within three months shall be tested for avian influenza with negative results, cf. Annex 1.

§ 8. From herds of poultry, cf. § 2, nr. 15, any entrants such animals before circulation shall ensure that the crew within the last three months is examined for avian influenza with negative result, cf. Annex 1.

Paragraph 2. Studies on avian influenza, carried out in a crew other than the crew from which the poultry replaces the poultry, shall not replace the studies referred to in paragraph 1. 1., cf. however, paragraph 1 3.

Paragraph 3. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be 2 shall not apply where each of the following conditions applies to the crew, from which poultry shall be recast :

1) Only beasts shall be attributable to a single herd ;

2) they are only added and kept one poultry species ;

3) the animals are inserted into an empty, purified and disinfected stable, and

4) the animals are kept as they are.

§ 9. Poultry that is being recast shall be accompanied by an information letter, completed and signed by the seller, that the crew within three months of negative result has been examined for avian influenza, cf. Annex 2.

Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be However, 1 shall not apply to :

1) Statements with the turnover of poultry at the time of transposition are on up to 100 paragraph. of such animals, and

2) day-old chicken and turkey chickens, day-old ducklings and day-old geese from approved hatchery.

Paragraph 3. Sales and purchaser must keep for at least two years the information letter referred to in paragraph 1. 1, or a copy thereof, and at the request of the food thereon shall be presented.

§ 10. Samples having a negative result have been tested for avian influenza because of suspicion of avian influenza in the crew, may replace a test according to section 6-8, if the samples have been taken up to three months before the examination of this notice ; be done.

Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be However, 1 shall not apply where the requirement for testing, cf. Annex 1 shall include poultry other than those referred to in paragraph 1. 1 checked.

Paragraph 3. If the owner or person responsible for the crew is using samples as referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the person concerned shall be responsible for the person concerned within three working days of the date of notification of the test result for the Danish 4th collection, so that the test result can be transferred to the database referred to in section 16 (3). 4.

Chapter 4

Routine monitoring for avian influenza at farmed game farmed

§ 11. The owner or person responsible for farmed game farmed, cf. § 2, nr. 3 shall ensure that, from each herd, material shall be taken and submitted to avian influenza for avian influenza, in accordance with the rules set out in Annex 1.

Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be Paragraph 1 shall not, however, apply to poultry, which are subject to faraway farmed farmed farmed, in accordance with the agricultural sector. § 12, however.

§ 12. From herds of farmed game farmed game, cf. § 2, nr. 16 shall ensure that any replacing such animals before circulation shall ensure that the crew within the last two months is examined for avian influenza with a negative result, cf. Annex 1.

Paragraph 2. Studies on avian influenza, carried out in a crew other than the crew from which the distance shall be discontinued, shall not replace the studies referred to in paragraph 1. 1.

§ 13. In the case of herds of farmed game farmed game, the farmed game shall be accompanied by an information letter filled and signed by the seller that the crew within the last two months has been examined for avian influenza with negative results ; cf. Annex 3.

Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be However, 1 shall not apply to :

1) Ords with farmed game farmed game, which is on the time of the carnival, are on the time of the 100 paragraph. of such animals, and

2) day-old chicks from pheasants, partridges, red chickens and stone hens and day-old ducklings.

Paragraph 3. Sales and purchaser must keep for at least two years the information letter referred to in paragraph 1. 1, or a copy thereof, and at the request of the food thereon shall be presented.

§ 14. The owner of the person responsible for a feathered game of poultry, cf. § 2, nr. 13, may only receive eggs for incubation from herds that have been tested for avian influenza in the last two months and have not been tested.

§ 15. Samples from breeding animals having a negative result have been examined for avian influenza due to suspicion of avian influenza crew, may replace a test after a section 11-12 if the samples are taken up to two months before testing for this ; announcement should have been made.

Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be However, 1 shall not apply where the requirement for testing, cf. in Annex 1, further farmed game shall be farmed than the one in paragraph 1. 1 checked.

Paragraph 3. If the owner or person responsible for the crew is using samples as referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the person concerned shall be responsible for the person concerned within three working days of the date of notification of the test result for the Danish 4th collection, so that the test result can be transferred to the database referred to in section 16 (3). 4.

Chapter 5

Laboratory samples, etc.

§ 16. The material referred to in sections 6 to 8 and section 11 to 12 shall be submitted for examination at the Veterinary Institute at the Danish University of Denmark or another of the Food Services (FDA) approved by the Danish Veterinary Office.

Paragraph 2. The results of studies for avian influenza from the material referred to in section 5 shall be notified by the laboratory immediately to the food court and the Food Safety Board.

Paragraph 3. The laboratory shall immediately report any positive findings from the material referred to in sections 6 to 8 and section 11 to 12 for the food registration and the Food Safety Authority.

Paragraph 4. Results of avian influenza studies referred to in section 5 to 8 and section 11 to 12 shall be transferred to a database of the Danish Poultry in accordance with the procedure for the examination of the food type within three working days after the test results are carried out ; available.

§ 17. Aviary influenza findings of the animals in section 5 to 8, section 10-12 and section 15, which shall be kept by the owner or the person responsible for the crew for at least two years and on request is presented to the food registration.

Chapter 6

Especially about zoological facilities.

§ 18. The early warning rules for avian influenza in section 4 to 5 shall apply to zoos, animal parks and similar (zoological plants), which require the police to be authorized in accordance with the animal protection limit.

Paragraph 2. Chapter 3 on routine surveillance for avian influenza in poultry and in Chapter 4 on routine surveillance for avian influenza in the farmed game shall not apply to zoological establishments.

Chapter 7

Payment, punishment and entry into force

§ 19. The costs of taking and sending samples and laboratory tests carried out pursuant to this notice shall be inextraneable to the Food Authority.

Paragraph 2. However, the food registration expenses shall be borne in relation to the taking and the submission of samples and laboratory tests taken pursuant to section 5, cf. § 4, unless the tests pertaining to animals from zoological establishments, cf. Section 18 (2). 1.

20. The penalty shall be penalised by the penalty which violates section 3 to 8, section 9 (4). One and three, section 10, paragraph 10. 3, section 11, paragraph 1. 1, section 12, paragraph 1. Paragraph 13, paragraph 13. One and three, section 14, section 15, section. 3, section 16 (4). One, and § 17.

Paragraph 2. The sentence may rise to a maximum sentence for two years if it has been committed by the action or omission, with a set of or gross negligence, and there is a breach in the infringement proceedings ;

1) any injury to human or animal health or induced danger ; or

2) obtained or intended for the economic benefit of the person concerned itself or others, including in savings.

Paragraph 3. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.

§ 21. The announcement will enter into force on the 171. February, 2011.

Paragraph 2. At the same time, notice No 127 of 26. February 2008, on the obligation to monitor avian influenza for poultry and farmed game farmed game.

The FDA, the 11th. February, 2011

Per S. Henriksen

/ Birgitte Beck Jørgensen


Appendix 1

Sampling and submission of samples to routine surveillance for avian influenza, cf. ~ ~ § 6-8 and § § 11-12

Sampling and submission of samples

Instructions for taking and sending samples for avian influenza routine surveillance may be obtained from the Food Management Board (via the Board of Direction of the Board of Directors of the Management Board ; www.fvst.dk or tlf. 7227 6900).

Information on the extent to which the crew is situated in the area of risk shall be obtained from the Food Authority (via the Board of Direction of the Management Board www.fvst.dk or tlf. 7227 6900).

Material (blood samples) for antibodies to avian influenza and material (deriving ducklings or delised chickens from pheasants or partridges, including for virological tests, red chickens and rofohens shall be sent to the Veterinary Institute at Denmark ' s Technical University, Bülowsvej 27, 1790 Copenhagen V, or to another of the Food Services approved laboratory.

The material must be accompanied by a submission form which may be obtained from the Veterinary Institute (via the Foundation ' s home page) ; www.vet.dtu.dk or tlf. 3588 6000, or from another of the Food Authority approved laboratory. On the form all relevant boxes must be completed. The material may be accompanied by the bar codes requested by the Danish Fourth-collection.

All material must be submitted as soon as possible after the collection and must be properly addressed before submission.

Chia

Studies in flocks on breeding or propagation establishments

The following samples shall be taken for each flock of the following :

1) The risk area : 10 blood samples twice a year.

2) Outside the risk area : 10 blood samples once a year.

Studies in packs on central farming or farming establishments

From a minimum of 12 weeks old chickens and no later than two weeks before moving on and sending 10 blood samples from each flock.

Studies in packs in consumakesties

The following samples shall be taken for each flock of the following :

1) indoor flocks in the area of the risk : 10 blood samples twice a year.

2. Inbound flocks : 10 blood samples four times a year.

The first test is carried out on the beginning of the laying. In the absence of flocks, the 3 other tests shall be evenly distributed over the rest of the production period.

Studies in crews with outbound carcasing

The following samples are taken and sent :

1) before the animals are sent to slaughter : 10 blood samples ; or

2) at the establishment that carries out slaughter : 10 blood samples from the crew.

The first investigation must be performed on the crew. These investigations may be carried out at the establishment of a slaughter, whose first investigation has been carried out with negative results within the last three months.

The test results shall apply to the crew for up to three months, cf. § 7.

Turkeys

Studies in flocks on breeding, central rearing or propagation establishments

The following samples shall be taken for each flock of the following :

1) The risk area : 10 blood samples twice a year.

2) Outside the risk area : 10 blood samples once a year.

Studies in herds on slaughterhouse companies

The following samples shall be taken for each flock of the following :

No later than three weeks before the animals are sent to slaughter : 10 blood samples.

Ducks and geese

Studies in flocks on breeding, central rearing or propagation establishments

The following samples shall be taken for each flock of the following :

1) The risk area : 20 blood samples twice a year.

2) Outside the risk area : 20 blood samples once a year.

Studies in crews with non-going slaughter ducks, including greed for slaughter, and slaughter geese,

The following samples are taken and sent :

1) before the animals are sent to slaughter : 20 blood samples ; or

2) of the undertaking carrying out slaughter : 20 blood samples from the crew.

The first investigation must be performed on the crew. This can be carried out on the premises of the establishment, which are slaughtering if the initial examination has been carried out within the last three months with negative results.

The test results shall apply to the crew for up to three months, cf. § 7.

Seventy-farmed game

Studies in crews with grey ducks

The crew shall be tested four times during the season :

1) First test : 20 blood samples of breeding animals shall be taken before the start of the laying down.

2) Other test : 10 livior, at least two weeks old age from the first class.

3) Testing 3 testing : 10 livitation is taken, at least two weeks old age from a team in the middle of the season.

4) Poultry : 10 livior, at least two weeks old age of the last hold of the season.

If there is no breeding stock for breeding, the first test shall be suspended.

Studies in herds with pheasants and partridges, including red chickens and rofoh; hens,

Each crew shall be tested four times during the season :

1) First test : 10 blood samples of breeding animals shall be taken before the beginning of the laying down.

2) Other test : 10 livitation, at least two weeks old, from the first class of the season shall be taken.

3) Testing 3 testing : 10 livitation shall be taken, at least two weeks old, from a team in the middle of the season.

4) Poultry : 10 livior, at least two weeks old, of last hold during the season shall be taken from 10 liviated.

If there is no breeding stock for breeding, the first test shall be suspended.

In the case of poultry, where chickens are used in the case of farmed and parting of pheasants and partridges, the following samples shall be taken within three weeks of reinsertion into the holding of the holding : 10 blood samples of hens. For use up to 10 fowl, blood sample from each hen shall be sampled.

Statements with poultry turnover

Studies in crews with turnover of poultry

In herds from which poultry are made, the following tests must be taken and the following samples are sent :

1) From fowl, turkeys and guinea fowl : 10 blood samples shall be taken.

2) From ducks and geese : 20 blood samples shall be taken.

The test results shall apply to the crew for up to three months, cf. § 8.

However, negative test results from a flock taken pursuant to section 6-7 or section 10 shall be used as a result of the test results if the samples have been taken in the last three months.

Violations of farmed game turnover

Studies in herds for farmed game turnover

In the herds of farmed game farmed game, from which remote farmfaring, the following samples must be taken and the following samples are submitted :

1) From phases : 10 blood samples shall be taken.

2) From the partridge, including the Stone chickens and red chickens : 10 blood samples shall be taken.

3) From wailing duckies : 20 blood samples are taken.

The test results shall apply to the crew for up to two months, cf. § 12.

However, negative test results from a flock taken pursuant to section 11 to 12 or section 15 may be used as a survey if the samples have been taken within the last 2 months.


Appendix 2

Information letter for the circulation of poultry tested for avian influenza ;

In accordance with section 9 (4), 1, in the notice of the obligation to monitor avian influenza for poultry and farmed farmed birds, poultry being converted shall be accompanied by an information letter completed and signed by the seller, the crew, has been tested in the last three months for avian influenza with a negative result.

Studies for avian influenza which have been carried out in a other crew other than the herd from which the poultry replaces the poultry cannot replace the study referred to above for avian influenza, cf. § 8 (3) However, the provision referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply. 2 not where each of the following conditions applies to the herd from which poultry is discontinued : only animals are attributed to only one herd and one poultry species is inserted into an empty, cleaned and disinfected stable and the animals, shall be kept as an inbound, cf. § 8 (3) 3.

However, requirements for information letters for use in the circulation of turnover shall not apply to poultry which are on the time of transposition until 100 paragraph 1. of such animals. In addition, day-old chickens and turkey chickens, day-old ducklings and day-old geese from approved hatches, as well as quail, pigeons and ostrich-birds are exempt from this.

Selling :
Buyer :
Name :
Name :
Address and optionally For example, phone and email :
Address and optionally For example, phone and email :
CHR No :
I'm not. CHR No :
The description of the animal :
Art / Race :
Number :
Laboratory study for avian influenza :
Enter the case number of the Veterinary Foundation in the laboratory for avian influenza investigation :
Enter the date of the when the laboratory reply has been replied to :
Enter CHR no. where the samples have been taken :
Specify the number of samples examined :
Indicate whether all samples were examined with negative result (check) :
I declare that under criminal responsibility for the Penal Code section 163 that the leading information is correct. Section 163 of the penal code shall be penalized, as in the case of legal proceedings relating to the public, in writing or in other readable media, a deaffiable declaration or a witness to something that the person concerned does not know about, with a fine or, Prison until four months.
NOTE :
The information letter or a copy thereof shall be sold by the seller and purchaser for at least two years and, at the request of the request, shall be presented to representatives of the food registration.
_______________
Date
__________________
Seller's signature


Appendix 3

Information letter for the circulation of farmed game farmed game tested for avian influenza

In accordance with Article 13 (1), 1, in the notice of the obligation to monitor avian influenza for poultry and farmed farmed game farmed farther from herds of farmed game, accompanied by an information letter, completed and signed by the seller, that : the crew, has been tested in the last two months for avian influenza with a negative result.

Studies for avian influenza which have been carried out in a other crew other than the herd from which the poultry replaces the poultry cannot replace the study referred to above for avian influenza, cf. § 12, paragraph 1. 2.

However, this does not apply to herds of farmed farmed game, which is on the time of the carcase of the same time as 100 or so. of such animals. In addition, day-old chicks are from phases, partridges, red chickens and stone hens and day-old ducklings exempted from this.

Selling :
Buyer :
Name :
Name :
Address and optionally For example, phone and email :
Address and optionally For example, phone and email :
CHR No :
I'm not. CHR No :
The description of the animal :
Art / Race :
Number :
Laboratory study for avian influenza :
Enter the case number of the Veterinary Foundation in the laboratory for avian influenza investigation :
Enter the date of the when the laboratory reply has been replied to :
Specify the number of samples examined :
Indicate whether all samples were examined with negative result (check) :
I declare that under criminal responsibility for the Penal Code section 163 that the leading information is correct. Section 163 of the penal code shall be penalized, as in the case of legal proceedings relating to the public, in writing or in other readable media, a deaffiable declaration or a witness to something that the person concerned does not know about, with a fine or, Prison until four months.
NOTE :
Raised duckies shall not be inserted into other herds, but shall be subjected directly to nature, cf. the announcement of farmed game farmed. The information letter or a copy thereof shall be sold by the seller and purchaser for at least two years and, at the request of the request, shall be presented to representatives of the food registration.
_______________
Date
__________________
Seller's signature
Official notes

1) The announcement shall be part of Commission Decision 2005 /734/EC of 19. October 2005 on bio-security measures to reduce the risk of the transmission of high pathogenic avian influenza caused by influenza type A, sub-type H5N1, from wild birds to poultry and other birds in captivity and on a system for early detection in areas of particular risk, EU-Journouric 2005 L 274, p. 105ff, with subsequent amendments, Commission Decision 2006 /605/EC of 6. September 2006 on certain protective measures relating to intra-Community trade in poultry intended for the marketing of poultry wild, EU Official Journal L246, p. 12ff and Commission Decision 2010 /367/EU of 25. June 2010 on the implementation of the monitoring programmes by Member States relating to avian influenza in poultry and wild birds, the European Union Official Journal L 115, p. 3ff.