Regulation On The Protection Against The Aujeszky's Disease

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Schutz gegen die Aujeszkysche Krankheit

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Regulation to protect against the Aujeszky's disease AujeszkKrV Ausfertigung date: 30.04.1980 full quotation: "regulation to protect against the Aujeszky's disease as amended by the notice of December 20, 2005 (BGBl. I S. 3609), by article 20 of the regulation by April 17, 2014 (BGBl. I S. 388) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 20.12.2005 I 3609;
 
as amended by article 20 V v 17.4.2014 I 388 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 30.4.1987 +++) I. definitions article 1 (1) In this regulation there are: 1. Aujeszky's disease, if this a) clinical and serological examination (detection of antibodies), b) by virological examination (virus or Antigen detection) or c) in cattle by histological examination in conjunction with clinical symptoms has been established;
2. suspicion of Aujeszky's disease, if this has been established by clinical, serological and histological examination.
Sentence 1 No. 1(a), as well as no. 2 in the case of serological test applies in pigs which have been vaccinated with vaccines in the meaning of § 3 para 4 only if the gl-glycoprotein antibodies of the virus of Aujeszkyschen disease have been proven.
(2) for the purposes of this regulation, an Aujeszkyscher disease-free pig is a stock with pigs that 1 meet the requirements of annex 1 or 2 in an area is located, after a not directly applicable legal act of the European Community or the European Union, on the basis of article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC of the Council of the 26 June 1964 on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine (OJ EC No. L 121 S. 1977) adopted in amended and published by the Federal Ministry of food, agriculture and consumer protection (Ministry) in the Federal Gazette has been, considered free by Aujeszkyscher disease.
IA.
Freedom of Aujeszkyscher disease section 2 to maintain the status as free from Aujeszkyscher disease no. 2 are applicable area within the meaning of § 1 para 2 to perform the tests according to annex 2.
II. protection measures against the Aujeszky's disease in pigs 1 General safety precautions § 3 (1) vaccinations against the Aujeszky's disease, as well as medical tests are on disease sick and suspect pigs banned.
(2) the competent authority may, if matters do not preclude the disease control and subject to paragraph 4, exceptions allow for 1 scientific experiments;
2. (disappeared) 3. vaccination with vaccines from not replicable (inactivated) agents; may in stands for which infection suspected, but only with the proviso that vaccinated pigs to slaughter, except at the earliest 21 days after vaccination be removed from stock;
4. the vaccination with vaccines from replicable (attenuated) agents with the proviso that vaccinated pigs at the earliest 21 days after vaccination may be removed from the inventory.
In the cases of the numbers 3 and 4, the exception for the purpose of the across-the-Board implementation of vaccination may be authorised by virtue and in general terms.
(3) the competent authority may subject to paragraph 4, vaccination against Aujeszky arrange disease no. 3 and 4 with the stated requirements referred to in paragraph 2, if this is necessary for reasons of disease control. Here, you can arrange that pigs from vaccinated flocks to slaughter or vaccinated populations may be placed.
(4) for the vaccination of pigs against Aujeszky's disease may only inactivated vaccines from or attenuated pathogens are used that are manufactured with viruses that exhibit an of the glycoprotein I gene deletion does not lead to the formation of gI antibody in vaccinated pigs (negative gI marker), and the.
(5) the competent authority may, order if it is necessary for reasons of disease control for pigs of a certain stock or area an official veterinary examination including blood sampling.

§ 3a of the owner has at a distance of no more than 12 months after the closer statement of the competent authority serology on antibodies to the gl glycoprotein of the virus of Aujeszkyschen disease breeding and commercial pigs to be examined, as far as the stock is not free of Aujeszkyscher disease in the sense of § 1 para 2. The competent authority may approve exceptions from sentence 1 in fattening flocks when taking into account the risk of epidemics hygiene of each stock and the disease situation of the affected area concerns do not preclude the disease control.

§ 3B of that competent authority may, if it is necessary for reasons of disease control, arrange that manure and liquid stable disposals from pig or other sites of pigs without their permission may be placed.

§ 4 (1) for breeding and commercial pigs are allowed only 1 in pig spent or set or 2 on livestock markets, animal shows or exhibitions or similar events only spent, if they come from an Aujeszkyscher disease-free pig.
(2) an area of inland is considered after a not directly applicable legal act of the European Community or the European Union on the basis of article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the currently valid version free of Aujeszkyscher disease and has the Ministry disclosed this legislation in the Federal Gazette, only pigs may be moved in this area, which are accompanied by an official veterinary certificate , from the results, that the animals comply with the provisions of the Act.

Section 4a (dropped out) 2.
Special protection measures A.
Before official finding of Aujeszkyschen disease or suspicion of disease of § 5 In the case of the outbreak or suspected of outbreak of Aujeszkyschen disease in pigs in a farm or other location before the official finding, the following applies: 1. the owner has on the inputs of the farmstead and the Piggeries or the other locations, in or on which pigs are , Signs with the clear and durable inscription "Aujeskysche disease - unauthorized access prohibited" to attach highly visible.
2. the owner has to secrete all the pigs in their stalls or at their other locations.
3. stables and other locations, in or on which pigs are, may be entered only by the owners of the pigs, his representatives, the persons responsible for the supervision, maintenance and care of the pigs, from veterinarians and persons in the official order, and only in stock their own protective clothing,.
4. the persons referred to in paragraph 3 shall have immediately put the protective clothing after leaving the stables or locations as well as to clean hands and disinfect.
5. pigs must be removed spent either at the farm or the other site still from the homestead or other location.
6 dead or killed pigs, cleaned off or dead fruit, stillborn piglets or Afterbirths are to be kept so that they are protected from external influences and people or animals with them in touch can be.
7 pigs originating parts, products and raw materials, also feed, litter, manure and liquid stable disposals and other items which came with pigs in contact, must not be removed from the farm or any other site.
(B).
From the official identification of the Aujeszkyschen disease or suspicion of disease § 5a which competent authority the outbreak publicly known.

§ 6 the outbreak or suspected outbreak of Aujeszkyschen disease in pigs is officially established, so subject to the homestead or the other location in accordance with the following provisions of the lock: 1 the owner has on the inputs of the farmstead and the Piggeries or the other locations, in or on which are pigs, signs with the clear and durable inscription "Aujeszky's disease - unauthorized access prohibited" to attach highly visible.
2. the owner has to secrete all pigs in stalls or at other locations.
3. pigs may be spent only with the authorization of the competent authority in the country house or other location, or it can be removed from the farm or other site; Removal is only allowed a) for immediate slaughter in one of the competent authority certain Carnarium or b) for the purpose of fattening in a fattening stock, provided that the pigs to be transferred and all notes of receiving stock at least twice against the Aujeszky's disease have been vaccinated and is assured that the pigs are removed from this stock for the purpose referred to in point a.
4. pigs of the stock may be covered only with the authorization of the competent authority. Semen of boars of the stock must not be used for artificial insemination.
5. fallen or dead pigs may be removed only with the authorization of the competent authority. Cleaned off or dead fruit, stillborn piglets or Afterbirths are immediately destroyed to eliminate, as far as they are not required for investigations.
6.

In Homestead, in particular in the barns where pigs are pest should be repeated after closer instructions of the official veterinarian.
7 feed and bedding can be carriers of the disease pathogen, as well as manure and liquid stable disposals are allowed only after or be removed to the neutralization of the disease agent after closer instructions of the official veterinarian.
8 tanks, equipment, vehicles and other items that come with the disease sick or suspected pigs or their exits in touch also the stall aisles and seats are before the inputs and outputs of the stables after closer instructions of the official veterinarian, to clean and to disinfect.
9. on the inputs and outputs of the stables mats or other suitable facilities for disinfection of footwear to install that are constantly must be fitted after closer instructions of the official veterinarian with an effective disinfectant.
10 stalls or other locations, in or on which pigs are, may be entered only by the owners of the pigs, his representatives, the persons responsible for the supervision, maintenance and care of the pigs, from veterinarians and persons in the official order, and only in stock their own protective clothing,.
11. the persons referred to in point 10 have immediately put the protective clothing after leaving the stables or locations as well as to clean hands and disinfect.
12. all persons who leave the Homestead, have to disinfect their footwear before.
13 dogs and cats are of barns or other locations, in or on which pigs are, to keep away.

§ 7 (1) is officially the Aujeszky's disease in a homestead or other location so the competent authority arranges the killing and destruction of disease sick, as well as the killing of suspect pigs. She may order the killing of other pigs, unless this is necessary for reasons of disease control. This applies also for up to two weeks old piglet carcasses sows.
(2) the suspicion of Aujeszky's disease in a farmhouse or an other site officially noted is the competent authority arranges the killing of suspect pigs identified on the basis of a serological test. You can arrange the killing of suspect pigs identified on the basis of a clinical examination. She may order also the killing of other pigs, unless this is necessary for reasons of disease control.

sections 8 and 9 (dropped out) section 10 is the outbreak of Aujeszkyschen disease in pigs in a farm or other location officially detected, so can the competent authority declare the area within a certain radius of the homestead or other location to the Sperrbezirk and arrange an official veterinary inspection of pigs including taking blood samples for testing for Aujeszky's disease in the Sperrbezirk. Also, you can arrange that pigs only permit may be removed from the Sperrbezirk.

Article 10a (fallen away) C.
Infection suspected § 11 the outbreak or suspected of outbreak of Aujeszkyschen is officially established in a homestead or other location disease, so, the competent authority shall on epizootic investigation and under all pig of farms or other locations, 1 of which brought the plague or 2 in which the plague already further dragged been be can, for a period of three weeks of official observation. The competent authority may order the killing of contagion suspected pigs.
D. disinfection § 12 (1) after removal of disease-sick and-verdächtigen pigs the stables and other locations are immediately after closer instructions of the official veterinarian 1, in or on which sick or suspect pigs are, been kept to clean, disinfect, and entwesen;
2. objects of any kind, can be the carrier of the disease agent including the vehicles come with these animals in contact, to clean and to disinfect.
(2) feed and bedding can be carriers of the disease pathogen, are burning or along with the manure to Pack; Feed may be subject to a treatment procedure, the inactivation of the pathogen of the disease is ensured by the. The dung is to pack in a place inaccessible to pigs, to disinfect after closer instructions of the official veterinarian, or to store at least two months. Liquid disposals from the pig or other sites of pigs are to disinfect after closer instructions of the official veterinarian or to store at least two months. By way of derogation, the competent authority may permit 2 and 3 shorter storage times of the records when concerns do not preclude the disease control.
(3) manure and liquid exits be allowed only after adequate disinfection or storage on agricultural land, if they are sown close and immediately plowed under.
3. protective measures on pig exhibitions § 13 Aujeszky is detected in pigs, which are located on pig exhibitions, pig markets, and similar types of events, disease officially or is a disease - or infection is suspected, as the competent authority may order the proper application of the measures after the §§ 6 to 12.
4. ordered protection measures are repeal of section 14 (1) protective measures to repeal the Aujeszky's disease has gone out or the suspicion of Aujeszky's disease has been removed or has proved unfounded.
(2) the Aujeszky's disease is regarded as extinct, if 1 a) all the pigs of the stock died or killed or removed or b) disease sick and suspect pigs, as well as their up to two-week-old piglets died or have been killed or removed and in the other pigs of stock none for Aujeszky suspect disease symptoms found and two at a distance of at least four weeks in all over three-month-old pigs taken blood samples with negative results Aujeszky's disease have been examined 2. the measures taken under article 12, paragraph 1 and 2 after closer instructions of the official veterinarian and removed from this has been.
(3) the suspicion of Aujeszky's disease is considered eliminated, if 1 the suspect pigs have died or killed or removed and 2nd in the other pigs of a stock) none on Aujeszky's disease suggestive clinical manifestations have been identified and b) at the earliest 21 days after removal of the suspect pig a serological investigation No. 1 point (b) of Appendix 1 with negative result is carried out according to section I.
III. protection measures against Aujeszky's disease in other animals section 15 is on others for the Aujeszky's the outbreak or suspected of outbreak of the disease officially detected disease susceptible animals, the §§ 5a up to 14 according to so apply.
IV. any person within the meaning of § 32 paragraph 2 number 4 is letter a of the animal health Act offences section 16, who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to article 3, paragraph 1 a vaccination or a healing attempt takes before, 2nd one with a permit pursuant to section 3 paragraph 2, § 3 a sentence 2, § 6 No. 3 part of the sentence before the second half-sentence, paragraph 4 sentence 1 or paragraph 5 sentence 1 or section 12 paragraph 2 sentence 4 contravenes associated executable Edition , 3. an enforceable order according to article 3 paragraph 3 or paragraph 5, section 3a, sentence 1, § 3b, § 6 number is contrary to 6, 7, 8, or number 9, section 7, section 10 or section 11 set 2, also in conjunction with section 13 or section 15, or under article 12, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 sentence 2 or sentence 3, a pig spends 4. contrary to article 4, 5. contrary to § 5 number 1 or § 6 No. 1 a plate not that is not properly or in a timely manner, 6 contrary to § 5 number 2 or § 6 paragraph 2 a pig not or not timely secretes, 7 violates article 5 number 3 or § 6 No. 10 enters a stall or other location, 8 violates article 5 protective clothing does not or not timely pushes number 4 or § 6 No. 11 or no. 12 or not or not timely performs a cleaning or disinfection , 9 contrary to section 5 number 5 or section 6 a pig spends 3 second half-sentence number or away, 10 contrary to § 5 paragraph 6 a pig, not or not properly kept a fruit, a pig or a placenta, 11 contrary to § 5 number 7 removes a specified subject, 12 without permission according to § 6 number 3 part of the sentence before the second half-sentence, or number spends a pig 5 sentence 1 or removed , 13 without permission according to § 6 point 4 a pig cover set 1 can, 14 contrary to § 6 number 4 set uses 2 seeds, 15 contrary to § 6 number do not, not properly or in a timely manner removes a fruit, a pig or a placenta 5 sentence 2, 16 contrary to § 6 not keeps number 13 a dog or a cat or brings out 17 contrary to section 12 paragraph 3 manure or liquid finish.
V. final provisions article 17 (entry into force) Annex 1 (§ 1 para 2 No. 1 and § 14 para 3) conditions under which a pig disease is regarded as free of Aujeszkyscher site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2005, 3615-3616;

regarding the details of the changes see footnote section I of Aujeszkyscher disease-free pig (basic research) 1.
A stock is considered free of Aujeszkyscher disease, if a) all pigs of the stock are free from clinical symptoms that point to Aujeszky's disease and b) a serological examination aa) bb in the case of breeding flocks all sows, gilts deck enabled, all boars and all at least five months old young boars,) in the case of mixed stocks all breeding sows, deck-capable young sows, all breeding boars, all at least five months old young boars and the pigs according to the sample key for section II No. 4 , cc) in the case of breeding stocks in the pigs, according to the sample key for section II, no. 2, dd) in the case of fattening flocks in the pigs after the sample key for section II No. 4 with negative result against the glycoprotein I gene (gl glycoprotein) of the Aujeszkyschen virus disease has been carried or c) all pigs of the stock from Aujeszkyscher disease-free stocks and , according to the type of pig farming, an examination of samples according to section II, no. 2, 3 or 4 with negative result against the glycoprotein I gene (gl glycoprotein) of the Aujeszkyschen virus disease is carried out.
2. (disappeared) 3.
The serological examination must be carried referred to under 1 (b) in the course of an investigation. In leading pig sows, the investigation of the sow can be replaced by the investigation of a healthy, up to three-week-old piglet in her litter; the investigation period is extended to up to nine months in this case. During the period of investigation free pigs in the inventory may be set only by the Aujeszkyschen disease.
4. the pigs of the stock may have no contact with pigs outside the portfolio, which are not free from the Aujeszkyschen disease. This also applies to the participation of pigs of the stock markets, animal shows, and similar events as well as for their transport.
5. the sows of the stock may be covered disease unrestricted-use stock only from a stock-own boar or a boar from one of the Aujeszkyschen or a boar of the stock may only sow own or sows from one of the Aujeszkyschen disease are carried to unrestricted-use stock. Should be inseminated artificially may only semen of boars of an artificial insemination be used which is free of Aujeszkyscher disease.
6. when pigs which regulated as conspicuous recognised disease before entry into force of this regulation with regard to Aujeszky's, rules of the numbers 1 to 5 as a met.
Section II maintain maintaining the status of an Aujeszkyscher disease-free Schweinebestandes (control tests) the status of a herd is free of Aujeszkyscher disease, if the following requirements are met: 1. all pigs are free from clinical symptoms that suggest the Aujeszky's disease.
2. in the space of six months blood serological control studies with negative results for antibodies against the gI glycoprotein of the virus of Aujeszkyschen must be carried out breeding sows and-ebern disease. The competent authority may shorten the distance for the follow-up to three months depending on the epidemiological situation or extend up to 12 months. The blood serological testing must be carried in principle in the course of an investigation pursuant to sentence 1. The examination is according to the following key: number of breeding sows and-eber number of animals 1 to 20 animals to examine all animals 21 to 25 animals 20 animals 26 to 100 animals 25 animals 101 and more animals 30 animals here are, as far as possible to examine other breeding sows and-eber from different bays or stall departments. In leading pig sows, the investigation of the sow can be replaced by the investigation of at least a healthy, up to three-week-old piglet in her litter; in small stocks (up to 10 breeding sows and boar), the investigation of the sows can be replaced also through the study of other animals. Check-ups can studies of breeding sows and-eber on the number of sows to be examined or charged by deck-capable gilts or of young boars on Aujeszky's disease, will be carried out for other reasons during the investigation period.
3. paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly for breeding pigs in breeding farms and semen collection centres.
4. in mixed stands or mast stands the porkers are according to the following key serology with negative results for antibodies against the gl glycoprotein of the virus of Aujeszkyschen to investigate disease: number of fattening pigs per stock number of to examine fattening pigs per stock all animals, but 1 to 10 pigs up to 8 animals of 11 to 20 fattening pigs 10 animals 21 to 30 fattening pigs 11 animals 31 to 60 pigs 12 animals 61 up to 200 pigs 13 animals 201 and more fattening pigs 14 animals
Investigations of fattening pigs, which are carried out for other reasons during the investigation period, can be applied to the number of animals to be examined. The blood sampling can be done at the slaughterhouse. Number 2 is set 1 and 2 according to the study interval.
5. in the event that an investigation referred to in point 2, 3 or 4 individual re agents are found, the status rests 14 para 3. 6 to eliminate the suspicion pursuant to §.
In the inventory, only pigs from an Aujeszkyscher disease-free pig must be adjusted.
7 section I shall apply mutatis mutandis Nos. 4 and 5.

Annex 2 (to section 2) studies on the maintenance of the status of the area of in Germany as freely by the Aujeszkyschen disease site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2005, 3617 1.
In breeding flocks, random testing be conducted annually to recognize (controls) with a probability of 95 per cent and an approved rate (prevalence threshold) of 0.2 of the hundred infected stocks.
The investigation into the examination of the samples under falling stocks is according to the following key: number of breeding sows per stock number of sows to be examined per inventory at each follow-up visit 1-20 sows all animals 21-25 breeding sows 20 animals 26-100 sows 25 animals 101 and more breeding sows 30 animals here are, as far as possible, each breeding sows from different bays or stall departments and this preferably breeding sows and impaired general condition , Fertility disorders or stillbirths to investigate. In leading pig sows, the investigation of the sow can be replaced by the investigation of at least a healthy, up to three-week-old piglet in her litter; in stocks up to 10 breeding sows, the investigation of the sows can be replaced also through the study of other animals. The number of sows to be examined can studies of breeding sows or charged by deck-capable gilts or of young boars of the portfolio to Aujeszky's disease, will be carried out for other reasons during the investigation period.
2. point 1 applies to breeding pigs in breeding farms and semen collection centres.
3. in mixed stands or mast stocks random testing be carried out annually, to detect with a probability of 95 per cent and a prevalence threshold of 0.2 of the hundred infected stocks.
The investigation in the examination of the samples under falling stocks is according to the following key: number of fattening pigs per stock number of pigs to be examined per stock 1-10 finishers all animals, but not more than 8 animals 11-20 pigs 10 animals 21-30 finishers 11 animals 31-60 pigs 12 animals 61-200 pigs 13 animals 201 and more fattening pigs are 14 animals this , as far as possible each to investigate fattening pigs from different bays or stall departments and this preferably fattening pigs with impaired general condition. On the number of to examine porkers investigations can be applied disease of pigs for fattening the portfolio on Aujeszky's, performed for other reasons during the investigation period. The blood sampling can be done at the slaughterhouse.
Number 1 shall apply accordingly for breeding pigs in mixed flocks.