Regulation On The Protection Of Cattle From Infection With The Bovine Cold Virus Type 1

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Schutz der Rinder vor einer Infektion mit dem Bovinen Herpesvirus Typ 1

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Regulation to protect of the cattle from infection with the bovine cold virus type 1 (BHV1 Regulation) BHV1V Ausfertigung date: 25.11.1997 full quotation: "BHV1 regulation as amended by the notice of the 19 may 2015 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 767)" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 19.5.2015 I 767 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 6.12.1997 +++) (+++ to the application d. § 3 CF. § 14 +++) exist section 1 definitions article 1 (1) for the purposes of this Regulation: 1 outbreak of bovine of herpesvirus type 1 (BHV1 infection), infection if this a) by virological examination (virus detection, certificate of Antigen or genome detection) or b); has been established by clinical and serologic testing for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection (detection of antibodies)
2. suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection if the results of the clinical or serological examination fear the outbreak of BHV1 infection.
In the case of serological test for bovine animals which have been vaccinated with vaccines in the sense of article 2, paragraph 1, the suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection exists only if antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus have been proven. Suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection does not exist 1 number 2, then in the case of a serological investigation of bovine animals pursuant to sentence, if this test, antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 have been proven and the cattle has been proven legally have been vaccinated with vaccines, strains of the virus were used in their manufacture which exhibit no deletion, and if that is not to be feared outbreak of infection in the population on the basis of further.
(2) for the purposes of this Regulation: 1 BHV1-free beef stock: was with breeding or commercial cattle, the a) meets the requirements of annex 1 or b) in a Member State or part of a Member State 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 is located, according to a decision of the European Community, EC No. L 121 S. 1977) adopted in amended and published by the Federal Ministry of food and Agriculture (Ministry) in the Federal Gazette has been is as BHV1 free applies;
2. BHV1-free beef: a breeding or commercial beef, a) originates from a BHV1-free bovine herd or b) comes from a bovine herd in the aa) all cattle of the stock according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, bb) the vaccinated cattle have been regularly vaccinated after according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of article 2, paragraph 1 , cc) all female bovine animals as well as the male bovine animals intended for breeding, except re agents, serological blood for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection regularly at intervals of not longer than twelve months with negative results have been examined and dd) the beef at the earliest 14 days before a possible spend blood serological has been investigated with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus , or c) comes from a bovine herd in the aa) all cattle of the stock according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, the vaccinated cattle regularly according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated for the cattle show no clinical signs of indicative for BHV1 infection and bb) the cattle for a period of at least 30 days in a separated this from the other stalls insulating barn separately have been kept is and all in the secretion cattle at the same time ten days prior to termination of exposure with negative results have been evaluated for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus, or d) originates from a cattle herd in which the beef has been held separately for the duration of at least 30 days in a separated this from the other stalls insulation stable and all in the secretion cattle at the same time with a double Study at a distance of at least 21 days blood serological; were investigated with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection
3. reagent: a beef at a) by virological investigation of wild-type of the bovine cold virus type 1 is proved or b) are demonstrated by serological investigation antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus.
Paragraph 2 letter b double letters aa and bb and 2 letter c double letter aa shall apply with regard to the obligation to vaccination or Nachimpfung not in the case of cattle, which letter a in the inventory have been set from a BHV1-free herd within the meaning of point 2, where all re agents are removed in this stock.
Section 2 protection measures against the BHV1 infection subsection 1 General safety precautions section 2 vaccinations (1) cattle must be vaccinated against BHV1 infection only with vaccines, have been used in their manufacture strains of the virus that have a deletion of the glycoprotein E gene and which do not lead to the formation of gE antibodies in vaccinated cattle.
(1a) the vaccination of BHV1 infection in one of the Commission of the European Community referred to in article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the currently valid version as an area free of BHV1 infection-accredited is prohibited.
(2) the competent authority may permit derogations from paragraph 1 for cattle, which should be spent domestically, if the country of destination requires a vaccine with a different vaccine. The competent authority may allow further exemptions from paragraph 1a for bovine animals referred to in sentence 1, if the country of destination requires a vaccination.
(2a) the pet owner has to remove re agents closer according to the competent authority without delay from the stock. The competent authority may approve exceptions from sentence 1 unless all cattle of the stock according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 be vaccinated and vaccinated cattle are vaccinated after regularly according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines in the sense of article 2, paragraph 1.
(3) the competent authority may order the vaccination of cattle in a herd or a specific area against the BHV1 infection if this is necessary for reasons of disease control. She can make depending on the movement of vaccinated cattle from the stock or the specific area of a permit this.
(4) the competent authority may prohibit the vaccination of cattle in a herd or a specific area against the BHV1 infection if do not preclude the disease control reasons. She can make depending on the movement of the non-vaccinated cattle from the stock or the specific area of a permit this.
(5) the animal owner has information about the number and time of carried out vaccinations against BHV1 infection, the ear tag numbers of vaccinated cattle as well as the used BHV1 vaccine to provide at the request of the competent authority in writing or in electronic form.

§ 2a studies (1) the pet owner has, as far as its stock not already a BHV1-free bovine herd within the meaning of article 1(2) is number 1, all over nine months-old breeding and commercial cattle or, if the stock to at least 30 per cent of cows, all over nine months old female cattle, as well as the male cattle intended for breeding at a distance no longer than twelve months after closer statement of the competent authority in a research facility designated by you , 1 unless the cattle of the stock not against BHV1 infection, vaccinated blood - or milk-serological antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection, 2. as long as the cattle of the population with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, blood serological antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus check to leave. Sentence 1 shall not apply for re agents. The competent authority may allow in the case of the examination of male cattle pursuant to sentence 1, that these will be examined in the context of slaughter on BHV1 infection. In addition, the competent authority for stocks, where all cattle exclusively in groom are fattened and immediately traded to the slaughter, allow exceptions from sentence 1, if taking into account the risk of epidemics hygiene of the stock and do not preclude the disease situation in their area of jurisdiction concerns the disease and the cattle of the stock are regularly vaccinated according to the recommendations of the manufacturer of the vaccine. In cattle inventories, where all cattle exclusively in groom are fattened and delivered for slaughter, the pet owners may waive the regular Nachimpfung if the cattle have been immunized at least reason and again at intervals of three to six months vaccinated.
(2) the competent authority may, insofar as it is necessary for reasons of animal disease control, investigation 1 individual or all cattle in a herd or their area of competence, including the removal of blood and milk samples, 2.
not order against the BHV1 infection of vaccinated bovine animals, antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus.
(3) the keeper has information about the number, the type and the date referred to in paragraph 1 to grant the investigations, as well as the result of these investigations at the request of the competent authority in writing or in electronic form.

§ 2 b notification obligation the Supreme Land authorities submit the Ministry annually by March 1 of the following year according to the requirements of annex IV of the decision 2003/886/EC of 10 December 2003 laying down the criteria for the transmission of the information referred to in Directive 64/432/EEC (OJ EU no. L 332 p. 53) in its current version the stand of BHV1-rehabilitation.

§ 3 movement of cattle (1) breeding and commercial cattle may are be spent only from an inventory or only set in a stock if they meet the requirements of § 1 paragraph 2 number 2 and accompanied by an official veterinary certificate of the model Appendix 2 or 3. Sentence 1 shall not apply to cattle, which are spent 1 from an inventory to the veterinary treatment and after veterinary treatment in stock for a period of 30 days separately kept and at the earliest 21 days after onset of secretion with negative results for antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection be investigated, 2 directly for slaughter are transported, 3. immediately or executed from a collection point or to another Member State , as far as is, that all cattle driven on the collection point is executed or sent to another Member State, or 4 out be spent a stock and set with the permission of the competent authority immediately in a stock where all cattle exclusively in groom are fattened and delivered for slaughter or carried out according to the requirements referred to in point 3 or spent.
Notwithstanding sentence 1, the competent authority may authorise that cattle which are driven at a collection point on the only non-BHV1 free cattle, 1 for slaughter be spent or 2 in a stock be set where all cattle exclusively in groom are fattened and delivered for slaughter.
(2) a rehabilitation programme for the eradication of BHV1 infections for the entire domestic, a part of the domestic, a Member State or a part of a Member State by a decision of the European Community is referred to in article 9 of Directive 64/432/EEC amended recognized and has the Ministry disclosed this decision in the Federal Gazette, only cattle may be moved in the bovine herds of the region concerned , which comply with the provisions of this decision. In this case the certificate must be set 1 by a supplementary declaration prescribed by the decision supplemented pursuant to paragraph 1.
(3) the entire domestic, a part of the domestic, a Member State or a part of a Member State by a decision of the European Community considered under article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the currently valid version free of BHV1 infection and has the Ministry disclosed this decision in the Federal Gazette, only cattle may be moved in the bovine herds of the region concerned , which comply with the provisions of this decision. In case of introduction of cattle in a part of the domestic, a Member State or a part of a Member State, the certificate must be supplemented pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 by a supplementary declaration prescribed by the decision. A certificate referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 not necessary, as far as cattle from one article 10 of the directive recognised 1 64/432/EEC in the amended part of domestic in a referred to in article 9 or article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the amended recognized part of the domestic are spent, and 2. the cattle not against BHV1 infection have been vaccinated.
(3a) which competent authority may by way of derogation from paragraph 1, order that only cattle in a stock must be adjusted, that pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1, the requirements and not against BHV1 have been vaccinated, unless it is necessary for reasons of disease control.
(4) the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 is set 1 of the keepers in its inventory be set, by the time of the setting for at least two years to be kept.
(5) the competent authority may allow sentence 1 with regard to the official veterinary certificate for spending within its remit exceptions from paragraph 1, if matters do not preclude the disease control.
Footnote (+++ § 3 para 1 sentence 2 No. 5: application cf. § 14 +++) § 4 further powers of the competent authority (1) that competent authority may prohibit driving cattle, which number 2 not the requirements of article 1, paragraph 2, insofar as it is necessary for reasons of disease control.
(2) the competent authority may order that manure and liquid stable outlets from cattle sheds or other sites of cattle only with their permission be allowed, insofar as it is necessary for reasons of disease control.
(3) the competent authority may order the immediate killing of re agents, insofar as this is necessary for reasons of animal diseases.
(4) the competent authority may order that 1 re agents do not can be occupied, 2. re agents as well as vaccinated cattle are to be permanently marked.
Section 2 special protection measures title 1 before of official finding of BHV1 infection or suspected of BHV1 infection article 5 protection measures (1) In the case of the outbreak or suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection in a farm or other location apply before the official statement the following protection measures: 1 the pet owner has to secrete all cattle in their stalls or at their other locations.
2. bovine animals may be moved either at the farm or the other site still from the homestead or the other site.
3. stables and other locations, in or on which cattle are, the persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of the cattle, veterinary surgeons, persons in the official order may only be by the owner, its agent, or enter without the prior consent of the competent authority of another person, and only in stock their own protective clothing or in single-use protective clothing.
4. the persons referred to in paragraph 3 have to shed the protective clothing immediately after leaving the stables or locations and to clean the hands and disinfect.
5. the keeper has fallen or killed cattle, cleaned off or dead fruit, dead-born calves or Afterbirths to their delivery to the Beseitigungspflichtigen to store that they are protected from external influences and people and animals with them in touch may be.
6 of cattle parts, feed, litter, manure and liquid stable disposals other items, which have cattle in contact, must not be removed from the farm or the other site.
(2) paragraph 1, paragraph 2 shall not apply to cattle, directly to slaughter or after prior vaccination (basic immunisation, as long as the cattle were not yet vaccinated, or repeat vaccination according to the recommendations of the manufacturer of the vaccine) are spent on in-house pastures to prevent being contacts with cattle of other owners.
Lock (1) the outbreak of BHV1 infection is found in cattle officially track 2 from the official identification of BHV1 infection or suspected of BHV1 infection § 6, so subject to the homestead or the other location in accordance with the following provisions of the lock: 1. the pet owner has to secrete all cattle in stables or at other locations.
2. cattle may be removed only with the authorization of the competent authority from the farm or the other site or spent in the farmstead or in the other site.
3. cattle of the stock may be inseminated with semen from Bulls were free of BHV1 infection at the time of seed harvesting.
4. dead or killed cattle may be removed only with the authorization of the competent authority.
5. the keeper has immediately destroyed to eliminate cleaned off or dead fruit, dead-born calves or Afterbirths or to eliminate.
6. the pet owner has to clean containers, equipment, vehicles and other items, with which came the disease diseased or suspicious cattle or their exits in touch, also the stall aisles and seats closer according to the competent authority before the inputs and outputs of the stables and to disinfect.
7. the pet owner has to install inputs and outputs of the stables of mats or other appropriate facilities for disinfection of footwear, which need to be provided closer according to the competent authority with an effective disinfectant.
8 stables and other locations, in or on which cattle are, the persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of the cattle, veterinary surgeons, persons in the official order may only be by the owner, its agent, or enter without the prior consent of the competent authority of another person, and only in stock their own protective clothing or in single-use protective clothing.
9.
The persons referred to in paragraph 8 have to shed the protective clothing immediately after leaving the stables or locations and to clean the hands and disinfect.
10. all persons have to clean her shoes before leaving the homestead and to disinfect.
(2) the competent authority may order measures in case of suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection referred to in paragraph 1.
(3) in the case of paragraph 1 number 2 must be approved the introduction of cattle only 1 for immediate slaughter or 2nd after previous vaccination with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 for the purpose of fattening in a portfolio in which all cattle exclusively in groom are fattened and immediately submitted to the slaughter.
(4) paragraph 1, paragraph 2 shall not apply to cattle, according to prior vaccination (basic immunisation, as long as the cattle were not yet vaccinated, or repeat vaccination according to the recommendations of the manufacturer of the vaccine) are spent on in-house pastures on which they may not have contact with cattle of other stocks.
(5) paragraph does not apply 1 number 5, cleaned off or dead fruit, dead-born calves or Afterbirths are needed for investigations.

§ 7 killing is the suspicion of the outbreak or the outbreak of BHV1 infection in a farmhouse or officially determined at one other location, the competent authority may specify the killing of disease sick and suspect cattle.

§ 8 Sperrbezirk outbreak of BHV1 infection in cattle in a farm or other location is officially established, the competent authority may the area in one of their specific for the disease control explain necessary radius around the farm or other location to the Sperrbezirk and an official veterinary inspection of beef stocks, including taking samples for testing for BHV1 infection , as well as vaccination of cattle in the Sperrbezirk map. The competent authority may also order that cattle only with permission from the Sperrbezirk may be moved.

Infection suspicion (1) § 9 of BHV1 infection outbreak is officially established in a homestead or other location, as the competent authority shall on epidemiological investigation and subordinated all cattle farms or other locations, 1 of which brought the plague 2 in which the plague already further dragged been or can, for a period of 30 days the official observation. The competent authority may order the vaccination taking blood samples to investigate BHV1 infection, and for this stock.
(2) the competent authority may order measures in case of suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection referred to in paragraph 1.
(3) the competent authority may specify killing suspect infection cattle in areas recognized under article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the amended BHV1-free insofar as this is necessary for reasons of animal diseases.

§ 10 cleaning and disinfection (1) after removal of the disease sick and suspects being the owners immediately after the closer statement of the competent authority 1 has cattle the locations in the stable, in or in which diseased or suspicious cattle have been kept to clean and disinfect as well as a harmful rodents combat carry, all items, the carrier of the disease pathogen can be 2. including the vehicles come with these animals in contact , to clean and to disinfect.
(2) the keepers feed and bedding, the carrier of the disease agent has can be to burn or to pack along with the manure. Notwithstanding the pet owners may submit a treatment procedure, the inactivation of the pathogen of the disease is ensured by the, feed. The pet owner has to put the dung in a place inaccessible to cattle, to disinfect closer according to the competent authority or to store at least two months. The animal owner has liquid disposals from the cattle barns or other sites of cattle closer according to the competent authority to disinfect or to store at least two months. By way of derogation the competent authority from sentences 2 and 3 may permit shorter storage times, when concerns do not preclude the disease control.

§ 11 is exhibitions, markets for cattle, which are located on exhibitions, markets and similar types of events that officially established the BHV1 infection or is a disease - or infection is suspected, the competent authority according to the sections 5 to 10 may make orders.
Section 3 is lifting the protection measures to repeal § 12 lifting of protective measures are (1) ordered protection measures if the BHV1 infection has gone out or the suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection removed.
2. the BHV1 infection is considered extinct, if 1 all of the stock cattle have died or killed or removed, or 2. the infected cattle have died or killed or removed, which other cattle of the stock show no clinical signs indicative for BHV1 infection and no earlier than 30 days after removal of the last taken blood samples infected cattle all other bovine animals of the stock , a) unless the cattle not against BHV1 infection, vaccinated with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or, b) unless the cattle with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus have been investigated are, and the measures have been carried out and removed by the competent authority according to § 10 paragraph 1 and 2.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 2 paragraph 2 the competent authority may authorize that only those cattle in a herd in accordance with sentences 2 and 3 to examine are, which have been proven during the period between the last inspection of the affected cattle with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus and the positive detection of antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 with a beef with the antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus , but no later than six months prior to this evidence, in touch come (contact group). The size of the contact group is to be determined by the competent authority depending on the size of the stock. Here are so many animals to include that with a confidence level of 95 percent and a 5 per cent prevalence threshold BHV1 infection can be determined.
(4) 3 are by way of derogation from paragraph in the investigation of an ox of the contact group of antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus detected, antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus to examine all cattle of the stock.
(5) suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection who is regarded as a fixed, if 1 has proved this unfounded, or 2. the suspect cattle have died or killed or removed and that other cattle of the stock show no clinical symptoms indicative for BHV1 infection and blood samples at the earliest 30 days after removal of suspect cattle for all remaining removed from cattle of the stock , a) unless the cattle not against BHV1 infection, vaccinated with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or, b) unless the cattle with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, have been tested with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus. Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Section 4 offences, transitional provisions article 13 offences any person within the meaning of § 32 paragraph 2 number 4 letter a of the animal health Act is, who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to article 2, paragraph 1 or paragraph 1 a vaccinate a cow, 2. one authorised by article 2, paragraph 2, set 1 or set 2, § associated executable Edition contravenes 2A paragraph 1 sentence 4 or § 3 paragraph 5 , 3 (lapsed) 4. an enforceable order according to § 2 paragraph 2a sentence 1, § 2, paragraph 3, sentence 1 or paragraph 4 sentence 1, § 2a paragraph 2, § 3 paragraph 3a, § 4, paragraph 6(1) number 7 or paragraph 2, § 7, § 8, § 9, paragraph 1, sentence 2 or paragraph 2, article 10, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 set of 3 or 4 or article 12, paragraph 3, sentence 1 , also in connection with article 11, 5. one with a permit pursuant to section 2 paragraph 2a sentence 2, paragraph 3 set 2 or paragraph 4 sentence 2, § 3, paragraph 1, sentence 3, article 6 paragraph 1 number 2 or number 4, article 10, paragraph 2, sentence 5 or article 12, paragraph 3, sentence 1 associated executable Edition contravenes, 6 contrary to article 2, paragraph 5 or Article 2a, paragraph 3 information not , incorrectly, incompletely or not timely issued, 7 contrary to Article 2a, paragraph 1, sentence 1 not, not properly or in a timely manner examine a breeding or a commercial beef can, 8 contrary to section 3 paragraph 1 sentence 1, paragraph 2 sentence 1 spends a cow set 1 or paragraph 3 or sets, not a certificate or at least two years kept 9 contrary to section 3, paragraph 4 , 10 contrary to § 5 paragraph 1 number 1 or § 6(1) a beef not or not correctly secretes number 1, 11 contrary to article 5, paragraph 1 a cow spends number 2, 12 contrary to § 5 paragraph 1 number 8 a number 3 or article 6 paragraph 1 enters the barn, or other site, 13 contrary to § 5 paragraph 1 No. 9 protective clothing does not or not timely pushes number 4 or § 6(1) or not or not timely clean hands or not or not disinfected, 14.
contrary to § 5 paragraph 1 number 5 not or not properly kept a beef, a fruit, a calf or a placenta, 15 contrary to § 5 paragraph 1 number 6 removes a specified subject, 16 without permission according to § 6 paragraph 1 removes a cow number 2 or number 4 or spends, 17 contrary to article 6(1) a cow inseminated number 3 or 18 contrary to § 6 paragraph 1 is a number 5 fruit , a calf or a placenta removed not or not timely and not or not timely remedy can be.

§ 14 transitional provisions § 3, paragraph 1, sentence 3 is no longer to apply at the end of December 31, 2005.

Appendix 1 (to article 1(2) number 1(a)) conditions under which a bovine herd is considered free of BHV1 infection (site: BGBl. I 2015, 775-777) section I of BHV1 infection-free bovine herd (based on examination) 1.
In a cattle herd, which is at least 30 per cent of cows, a must) all cattle of the stock be free of clinical signs that suggest BHV1 infection, and b) when examined twice all over nine months old female cattle and the male bovine animals intended for breeding at intervals of five to seven months or a serological study of all female bovine animals and of male bovine animals intended for breeding at the earliest 30 days after removal of the last re agents , aa) unless the cattle not against BHV1 infection have been vaccinated, blood or milchserologisch1 no antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or bb) if the cows with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, blood serological antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus be has been established or the stock only with BHV1-free cattle have been built up and c) in the last three months the suspected of outbreak of BHV1 infection or outbreak of BHV1 infection not to the get official knowledge and in this period only BHV1-free cattle in the stock has been set.
The serological examination must be carried each 1 (b) to set in the course of an investigation. The competent authority may extend 12 months the 1 letter of b provided padding for the investigation of five to seven months up to a maximum on depending on the epidemiological situation in set. The competent authority may also, as far as in the investigation pursuant to sentence 1 letter b re agents detected, approve that 30 days after removal of the last re agents the cattle remaining in stock aa or double letter bb be investigated 1(b) double letter set. Within the framework of the authorisation pursuant to sentence 4, the competent authority may limit the investigation on a to be determined by your contact group. As far as the investigation of the cattle is carried out pursuant to sentence 4 with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus, the requirements of the section I is considered to be fulfilled.
1 a. in a cattle herd, which consists, to less than 30 per cent of cows need a serological study of female cattle and up to nine-month-old male cattle at the earliest 30 days after removal of the last re agents, a) unless the cattle not against BHV1 infection have been vaccinated, blood or milchserologisch1 no antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or , b) unless the cattle with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, blood serological antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus be has been established or the stock only with BHV1-free cattle have been built up. The competent authority may, as far as the investigation pursuant to sentence be determined 1 re agents, approve that 30 days after removal of the last re agents the cattle remaining in stock be investigated 1 letter a or b to set. Within the framework of the authorisation pursuant to sentence 2, the competent authority may limit the investigation on a to be determined by your contact group. As far as the investigation of the cattle of the virus of BHV1 infection is carried pursuant to sentence 2 with negative results for antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein, the requirements of the number 1a is considered to be fulfilled. Number 1 set 1 letter a and c shall apply mutatis mutandis.
1B.
In a beef stock, which is more than 50 per cent from up to nine-month-old cattle must, subject to the rate of 4, with a sampling of the cattle, which takes place at the earliest 30 days after removal of the last re agent a) unless the cattle not against BHV1 infection have been vaccinated, blood or milchserologisch1 no antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or, b) unless the cattle with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated , blood serological antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus be has been established or the stock only with BHV1-free cattle have been built up. In the study to set so many cattle are 1 to include that with a confidence level of 95 percent and a 5 per cent prevalence threshold BHV1 infection can be determined. Number 1 set 1 letter a and c shall apply mutatis mutandis. Sentences 1 to 3 shall not apply in cases the number 1a.
2. the cattle of the stock may have no contact with cattle outside the portfolio, which are not free of BHV1 infection. The same applies to the participation of the cattle of the stock markets, animal shows, and similar events as well as their transport and feeding of community pastures or to spend in a veterinary clinic.
3. the cattle of the stock allowed only a) are covered by cops who are, free of BHV1 infection or b) be inseminated with semen from bulls, is the one at the time of seed harvesting BHV1-free artificial insemination or, in case of suspension of the BHV1-status referred to in section II, point 3, prior to sampling for the last investigation concluded with negative results after section II number 2 has been won.
In stocks, which are free of BHV1 infection, only bulls that are free of BHV1 infection must be adjusted.
(Only seeds of bulls may used for artificial insemination, which, a) unless the cops not against BHV1 infection, vaccinated blood serological with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection, b) unless the cops with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, blood serological with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus have been examined.
Section II maintaining the freedom of the BHV1, a cattle herd (controls) the BHV1-free of a herd is maintained if the following requirements are met: 1. all cattle of the stock are free from clinical symptoms that indicate a BHV1 infection.
2. depending on the epidemiological situation blood serological Kontrolluntersuchungen2, a must for all bovine animals over 24 months old) as long as the cattle not against BHV1 infection have been vaccinated, with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection, b) where the cows with vaccines in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 have been vaccinated, be been conducted with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection at a distance of no more than twelve months. (Sentence 1 applies to cattle in stocks after a) section I number 1a with the proviso that the serological blood Kontrolluntersuchungen2 in all female cattle and up to nine-month-old male cattle are, if not the stock of beef from cattle, exclusively in groom fattened and submitted directly for slaughter b) section I number 1B with the proviso , that the blood serological tests of control to perform are, that with a confidence level of 95 percent and a 5 per cent prevalence threshold BHV1 infection can be determined.
Case, that exceeded the maximum distance of the investigation pursuant to sentence 1 or 2 for up to three months, rests of the status for a period of not more than three months, by a unique blood serological Untersuchung2 a) in the case of sentence 1 of all cattle over 24 months old, b) in the case of the set of 2 aa) letter (a) of all female bovine animals and of up to nine-month-old male cattle , bb) letter b with a probability of 95 per cent, a prevalence threshold of 5 per cent in under nine months old cattle of stock no re agents have been identified.
2A. cattle aged over nine months from a bovine herd after section I number 1a, except cattle, which are transported directly to slaughter or where already an examination referred to in point 2 sentence 2 is carried out, must be at the earliest 14 days before the removal referred to in point 2 sentence 1 be has been investigated.
3. in the event that an investigation by a) after number 2 set 1 and set 2 letter a re agent be detected, rests the status up through a no earlier than 30 days after removal of the last re agents carried out serological blood Untersuchung2 aa) of all female bovine animals and of male bovine animals intended for breeding no re agents have been identified or bb)
provided that the competent authority approves this, no re agents have been identified in the cattle of a contact group to be established by her and it is ensured that all cattle that are spent, six months after the removal of the last re agents from stock, except directly to the slaughter, at least 14 days prior to the introduction of blutserologisch2 with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus have been examined , b) after paragraph 2 sentence 2 letter b re agents are found, resting the status, up by one at the earliest 30 days after removal of the last re agents carried out serological blood Untersuchung2 in the cattle of a contact group to be established by the competent authority no re agents have been identified and it is guaranteed that all cattle that six months after the removal of the last re agents from the stock , except directly for slaughter, are spent, at the earliest 14 days prior to the removal of blutserologisch2 with negative results for antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus has been investigated are.
As far as the investigation of the cattle is carried out pursuant to sentence 1 with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection virus, the requirements of section II is considered to be fulfilled. In the case of one referred to in article 5 in conjunction with Annex A to Directive 88/407/EEC of 14 June 1988 laying down the animal health requirements for the intra-Community trade in semen of cattle and imports (OJ EC No. L 194 p. 10) in the currently valid version approved semen collection centre the status rests, until no earlier than 21 days after removal of the re agents carried out blood serological examination of all bovine animals not re agents have been identified.
4. in the stock, only cattle may be set which are free of BHV1 infection.
5. by way of derogation from point 2 can the competent authority permits, that to maintain the BHV1 freedom of a portfolio, which is situated, on the basis of a decision made known the Federal Gazette is the European Community referred to in article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC as amended as free of BHV1 infection, the Kontrolluntersuchungen2 of cattle over 24 months old a in a part of the domestic) are carried out at intervals of not longer than three years or b) carried out in the form of a sample survey be with a probability of 99 per cent and 0.2 per cent the BHV1 infection can be determined a prevalence threshold.
The collection of blood samples for the checkups after set can also be performed 1(a) a battle site.
6 section I number 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
-1 milk-serological examination may be made by - two individual milk samples of lactating cows at a distance of five to seven months, of up to 50 animals, the individual milk samples can be examined together (Pooled), or - three stock milk samples at intervals of at least three months, unless you have at least 30 per cent of the stock of cattle, of which regularly delivered milk, and through a unique blood serological investigation of all over nine months old female non-lactating cattle, as well as of all breeding bulls and intended for breeding male cattle. The stock milk sample is limited to stocks with a maximum of 50 lactating cows; larger stocks must be notified with regard to this investigation.
2 the blood serological examination may 1 with only non-vaccinated cows in stocks to be replaced by - individual milk samples, which can be examined together (Pooled), or - is two stock milk samples at intervals of at least three months, as far as at least 30 per cent of the stock of cattle, of which regularly delivered milk by up to 50 animals. The stock milk sample is limited to stocks with a maximum of 50 lactating cows; larger stocks must be notified with regard to this investigation. In stands, located in a part of the domestic considered the European Community on the basis of a decision made known the Federal Gazette referred to in article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC in the currently valid version free of BHV1, individual milk samples can be examined together (Pooled) of up to 100 animals. The stock milk sample is limited to stocks with a maximum of 100 lactating cows; larger stocks must be notified with regard to this investigation.
2. with cows vaccinated and non-vaccinated cows replaced by two in every three months by the non-vaccinated cows individual milk samples individual milk samples, can be examined with together (Pooled) of up to 50 animals.

Annex 2 (to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 1) Amtstierärztliche certificate of BHV1 free of cattle (site: BGBl. I 2015, 778) that (the) Zucht-/Nutzrind(er) with the (the) Ohrmarkennummer(n)1 from the operation with the registration number according to § 26 paragraph 2 of the animal transport regulation of comes in circle land  (come) from a herd, this article is located in an area, 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC as BHV1-free recognized systems.2 ,  is (are) not from a stock that is located, according to article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC is recognized BHV1-free and  article 1(2) is letter a2, in the sense of  number 2 in an area § 1 paragraph 2 number 2) (b2,  § 1 paragraph 2 paragraph 2 letter c2 or  § 1 paragraph 2 paragraph 2 letter d2 BHV1 regulation free of BHV1 infection.
The last serological testing of beef / cattle with the eartag numbers were most that (the) Ohrmarkennummer(n)1's (the) Zucht-/Nutzrind(er) with the / are all with a vaccine have been vaccinated, a strain of the virus has been used in its manufacture, of a deletion of the glycoprotein E gene has.
This certification loses validity two weeks / two Monate3 after the day of the show. She may not be used before the expiration of date, if these cattle not BHV1-free cattle in contact.
For cattle from a herd in an area is, according to article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC as has been recognized in BHV1-free located, the certification is valid indefinitely.
Stamp of the competent authority (signature) _ 1 more ear marks are individually list all eartag numbers.
2 Please tick.
3 delete; Certificates valid for two months are only for bovine animals within the meaning of article 1, paragraph 2 point 2 letter a and b, which are younger than nine months.

Annex 3 (to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 1) Amtstierärztliche certificate of BHV1 free a herd of cattle (site: BGBl. I, 2015, 779) the inventory (stock) 1 of () with the registration number according to § 26 paragraph 2 of the cattle traffic regulation in district is land  (are) within the meaning of article 1, paragraph 2 point 1 of the BHV1 regulation free of BHV1-Infektion2.
The livestock of the stock are  not geimpft2 overall,  total or partially vaccinated within the meaning of § 2, paragraph 12.
The fattening animals of the herd are  not geimpft2 overall,  total or partially vaccinated within the meaning of § 2, paragraph 12.
Last serological investigation of stock 1 took place at the  which is inventory (stocks) 1 (are) in an area located, that according to article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC systems.2 acknowledged as BHV1-free.
This certificate is void three Monate3 / 6 Monate3/9 Monate3/12 Monate3 for recent serological examination, but no later than for the stock 1 am you may be not used before the expiration of date, if cattle of the stock with non-BHV1 free cattle in contact.
For a population in an area is, according to article 10 of Directive 64/432/EEC as has been recognized in BHV1-free located, the certificate is valid indefinitely.
Stamp of the competent authority (signature) _ 1 for several stocks are individually list the stocks.
2 Please tick.
Delete if not 3.