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 on the protection of cattle from an infection with the Bovine Herpesvirus Type 1 (BHV1 Regulation)

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BHV1V

Date of Manufactures: 25.11.1997

Full quote:

" BHV1 Regulation in the version of the notice of 19. May 2015 (BGBl. I p. 767) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 19.5.2015 I 767

See Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence: 6.12.1997 + + +)
(+ + + For application d) for details on the stand. § 3 § 14 + + +)

Section 1
Definitions

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§ 1

(1) For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
outbreak of the Bovine Herpesvirus Type 1 infection (BHV1 infection), if this
a)
by virological examination (virus detection, antigen detection, or genomic evidence) or
b)
determined by clinical and serological examination for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection (antibody detection)
is;
2.
suspicion of the outbreak of the BHV1 infection if the outcome of the clinical or serological investigation is likely to cause the outbreak of BHV1 infection
in the case of serological tests in the case of bovine animals vaccinated with vaccines within the meaning of Article 2 (1), the suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection is only possible if antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the virus have been found to be infected with the virus. BHV1 infection has been detected. Suspected outbreak of BHV1 infection is not available in the case of a serological examination of bovine animals referred to in point 2 of the first sentence, if antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of BHV1 have been detected in this study and the bovine animals have been detected. have been proved to have been lawfully vaccinated with vaccines used in the production of virus strains which do not have a deletion, and if the outbreak of an infection in the stock is not to be feared due to further investigations is.(2) For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
BHV1-free bovine herd: stock of breeding or payout cattle, the
a)
satisfying the requirements of Appendix 1, or
b)
in a Member State or part of a A Member State following a decision of the European Community based on Article 10 of Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 1992, Regulation on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine (OJ L 327, 31.12.1964, p. EC No L 121 p. 1977), as amended, and published by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (Federal Ministry) in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger), as BHV1-free;
2.
BHV1-free beef: a breeding or useful rind that
a)
comes from a BHV1-free bovine herd or
b)
comes from a herd of cattle, in which
aa)
all cattle of the stock in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines as defined in Article 2 (1),
bb)
the vaccinated bovine animals shall be regularly vaccinated in accordance with the Recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1),
cc)
all female bovine animals as well as those intended for breeding Male bovine animals, other than Reagents, have been tested blood serologically for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection regularly at a distance of not more than 12 months with negative result and
dd)
The beef has been studied at the earliest 14 days before a possible spate of blood serological with negative result on antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection is, or
c)
comes from a herd of cattle in which
aa)
all bovine animals of the have been vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines as defined in Article 2 (1), the vaccinated bovine animals shall be regularly vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1) have been vaccinated and the bovine animals do not show any clinical manifestations indicative of a BHV1 infection, and
bb)
the bovine animal for a period of at least 30 days in has been kept separate from an insulating material separated from the other stables and all bovine animals in the segregation shall be held at the same time within ten days before the end of the suspension, with a negative result; Antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 virus have been studied,
d)
is derived from a bovine herd in which the bovine animal for the duration of the disease has been have been kept separate from the other stables for at least 30 days, and all bovine animals in the segregation shall be kept at the same time during a two-fold examination at a distance of at least 21 days of blood serology with negative result on antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection have been investigated;
3.
Reagent: a bovine animal in which:
a)
by virological examination procedures of the wild type of the Bovinen herpesvirus type 1, or
b)
by serological examination procedures antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection are detected.
2 letter b double letter aa and bb and point 2 (c) (a) (aa) do not apply in respect of the obligation to vaccinate or to vaccinate in the case of bovine animals which have been placed on the stock from a BHV1-free stock as defined in point 2 (a) if all the Reagents have been removed from this inventory.

Section 2
Protection against BHV1 infection

Subsection 1
General Protection Measures

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§ 2 vaccinations

(1) bovine animals may only be infected with BHV1 infection by Vaccines which have been used in the production of virus strains which have a deletion of the glycoprotein E gene and which do not lead to the formation of gE antibodies in the vaccinated beef are used.(1a) The vaccination against a BHV1 infection in a territory recognised by the Commission of the European Community in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC as free from BHV1 infection is prohibited.(2) The competent authority may allow exemptions from paragraph 1 for bovine animals to be brought from the territory of the country, provided that the country of destination requires vaccination with another vaccine. The competent authority may also grant exemptions from paragraph 1a for bovine animals referred to in the first sentence, provided that the country of destination requires vaccination.(2a) The keeper shall immediately remove Reagents from the herd following the instructions of the competent authority. The competent authority may authorise derogations from the first sentence in so far as all bovine animals of the herd are vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines within the meaning of Article 2 (1) and the vaccinated bovine animals are regularly vaccinated in accordance with the Recommendations made by the vaccine manufacturer with vaccines within the meaning of § 2 (1) are to be revaccinated.The competent authority may order the vaccination of the bovine animals of a herd or of a particular area against BHV1 infection, if necessary for the purpose of combating disease. It may, in so doing, make the movement of the vaccinated bovine animals dependent on the stock or the territory subject to a permit.(4) The competent authority may prohibit the vaccination of bovine animals of a herd or of a particular area against BHV1 infection if there are no grounds to prevent disease control. It may, in so doing, make the movement of non-vaccinated bovine animals dependent on the stock or the territory subject to authorisation.(5) At the request of the competent authority, the keeper of animals shall, in writing or in electronic form, provide information on the number and timing of the vaccination against BHV1 infection, on the ear marker numbers of the vaccinated bovine animals, and on the date on which the vaccination is carried out. on the BHV1 vaccine used. Non-official table of contents

§ 2a Investigations

(1) The animal keeper has, as far as its stock is not already a BHV1-free bovine herd within the meaning of § § § 2. 1 (2) (1), all breeding and commercial bovine animals aged over nine months or, if the herd is at least 30 of the hundred cows, all female bovine animals aged over nine months, and the male bovine animals intended for breeding, in the Distance of at least 12 months after the competent authority has instructed the competent authority in an investigative body designated by it,
1.
if the bovine animals of the herd have not been vaccinated against a BHV1 infection, blood-or milk-serological for antibodies against the virus of the BHV1 infection,
2.
as far as the cattle of the herd are Vaccines within the meaning of § 2 (1) have been vaccinated to have blood serological tested for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of the BHV1 infection
Record 1 does not apply to Reagents. The competent authority may, in the case of the examination of male bovine animals after the first sentence, allow them to be examined in the course of slaughter for a BHV1 infection. In addition, the competent authority for stocks in which all bovine animals are exclusively fattened and delivered directly for slaughter may grant derogations from the first sentence if, taking into account the health-care risk of the bovine species, the The herd and the epidemiological situation in their area of responsibility do not conflict with the concerns of disease control and the cattle of the herd are regularly vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer. In the case of bovine animals in herds where all bovine animals are exclusively fattened in stable conditions and are released for slaughter, the keeper may waive the regular post-vaccination, provided that the bovine animals are at least primed and re-imparted in the bovine species. have been vaccinated between three and six months.(2) The competent authority may, in so far as it is necessary for reasons of animal disease control, study
1.
individual or all bovine animals of a herd or of their Area of jurisdiction, including the removal of blood or milk samples,
2.
not against BHV1 infection of vaccinated cattle for antibodies against gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the BHV1 infection
.The keeper shall, at the request of the competent authority, provide, in writing or in electronic form, information on the number, type and date of the investigations carried out in accordance with paragraph 1 and the outcome of such investigations. Non-official table of contents

§ 2b obligation to share information

The competent federal state authorities shall transmit to the Federal Ministry annually up to 1. March of the following year, in accordance with the provisions of Annex IV to Commission Decision 2003 /886/EC of 10 June 2003. 1 December 2003 laying down the criteria for the transmission of the information provided for in Council Directive 64 /432/EEC (OJ L 196, 27.7.2002, p. EU No 53), as amended, is the state of the BHV1 refurbishment. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Placing of bovine animals

(1) Breeding and commercial cattle may only be transferred from a stock or into a stock only if they comply with the requirements of section 1 (2) (2) and are accompanied by an official medical certificate according to the model of Appendix 2 or 3. The first sentence shall not apply to bovine animals which are brought from a herd of veterinary treatment to
1.
and after the veterinary treatment in the herd for the duration of 30 years 2
2.
2.
2.
2.
directly used for slaughter,
3.
either running directly or through a collection point, or transferred to another Member State to the extent that it is ensured that all bovine animals sold at the collection point are exported or moved to another Member State, or
4.
taken from a stock and immediately placed in a stock with the approval of the competent authority, in which all bovine animals are fattened exclusively in stable conditions and slaughtered or exported in accordance with the requirements laid down in point 3.
By way of derogation from the first sentence, the competent authority may authorise that bovine animals, which have a collection point, to which only not BHV1-free cattle are driven up,
1.
are moved to slaughter or
2.
in a stock in which all bovine animals are exclusively fattened in stable conditions and released for slaughter.
(2) Is a rehabilitation programme for the eradication of BHV1 infections for the whole of the country, a part of the country, a Member State or a part of a Member State is recognised by a decision of the European Community in accordance with Article 9 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended, and the Federal Ministry of the The Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) shall only be allowed to enter bovine herds of the affected area only to bovine animals which comply with the provisions of this Decision. In this case, the certificate referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall be supplemented by a supplementary declaration prescribed by the decision.(3) The entire national territory, a part of the domestic territory, a Member State or a part of a Member State shall be deemed to be free from a decision of the European Community in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended. BHV1 infection and the Federal Ministry has made this decision known in the Federal Gazette, only bovine animals which comply with the provisions of this Decision may be brought into the bovine herds of the affected area. In the case of the introduction of bovine animals into a part of the domestic territory, a Member State or a part of a Member State, the certificate referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 must be supplemented by a supplementary declaration prescribed by the decision. A certificate referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall not be required, as far as
1.
bovine animals from a Member State recognised in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended a part of the country is brought into a part of the country recognised in accordance with Article 9 or Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC in the respectively applicable version, and
2.
bovine animals have not been vaccinated against a BHV1 infection.
(3a) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the competent authority may order only bovine animals to be placed in a herd , which meet the requirements laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 1 and which have not been vaccinated against BHV1, provided that it is necessary for the purpose of combating disease.The certificate referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall be kept for at least two years by the keeper of the keeper, in the herd of which they are to be stopped.(5) The competent authority may grant derogations from the first sentence of paragraph 1 with regard to the veterinary certificate for the movement within its area of competence, provided that it does not address the problem of disease control

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(+ + + § 3 (1) sentence 2 No. 5: For application, see § 14 + + +) Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Further powers of the competent authority

(1) The competent authority may prohibit the activities of bovine animals which do not comply with the requirements of Article 1 (2) (2), in so far as it is necessary for reasons of disease control.(2) The competent authority may order that dunges and liquid stables from bovine stalls or from other locations of bovine animals may be issued only with their authorisation in so far as it is necessary for reasons of disease control.The competent authority may order the immediate killing of Reagents, as far as is necessary for the purposes of animal disease control.(4) The competent authority may order
1.
Reagents not allowed to be used
2.
Reagents and vaccinated cattle should be permanently marked.

Subsection 2
Special Protection Measures

Title 1
Before official determination of BHV1 infection or suspicion of BHV1 infection

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§ 5 protection measures

(1) In case of an outbreak or suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection in a farmhouse or other site, the following shall apply before the official determination of the following protective measures:
1.
The keeper has all the cattle in their barns or at their other locations.
2.
bovine animals must not be shipped either to the farmhouse or location, or from the farmhouse or from the other location.
3.
Stalls or other locations, in or on which cattle are located, may only be used by the keeper, his representative, with the supervision, maintenance and care of the cattle shall be entered by another person, by veterinarians, by persons on the official contract or with the prior consent of the competent authority, in each case only in the case of a protective clothing or in the case of a person responsible for the protection of the animals, Disposable protective clothing.
4.
The persons referred to in point 3 shall, immediately after leaving the stables or locations, deposit the protective clothing and have their hands on them. to clean and disinfect.
5.
The keeper has finished or killed cattle, repelled or dead fruits, dead-born calves or post-births up to To keep the discharge in such a way that it is protected from external influences and that people or animals cannot come into contact with them.
6.
Parts derived from bovine animals, lining, litter, manure and liquid stables, as well as other objects with which bovine animals have come into contact, may be removed from the farmyard or from the
() Paragraph 1 (2) shall not apply to bovine animals immediately following slaughter or prior vaccination (primary vaccination, if the bovine animals have not yet been vaccinated, or repeat vaccination). in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer) on farm-owned pastures, with a view to preventing contact with bovine animals of other livestock farmers.

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Following the official identification of the BHV1 infection or suspicion of BHV1 infection

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§ 6 lock

(1) is the outbreak of the If BHV1 infection is officially detected in bovine animals, the farmyard or other site is subject to the following conditions:
1.
The keeper has
2.
bovine animals may only be obtained from the farmhouse or from the other bovine animal or other bovine animal in the case of bovine animals or other bovine animals. The location is removed or transferred to the farmhouse or to the other site.
3.
The cattle of the herd may only be used with the seeds of bulls, which are used for the Time of seed extraction was free from a BHV1 infection.
4.
bovine animals that have died or have been killed may only be removed with the approval of the competent authority.
5.
The keeper shall immediately harmless remove or remove dead or dead fruits, dead-born calves or post-births without delay.
6.
The keeper has containers, equipment, vehicles and other objects with which the disease-affected or suspected bovine animals or their outlets are In addition, the stables and the places in front of the entrances and exits of the stables shall be cleaned and disinfected according to the instructions of the competent authority.
7.
The animal keeper has to attach to the entrances and exits of the stalls mats or other suitable equipment for disinfection of the footwear, which according to the instructions of the competent the authority must be provided with an effective disinfectant.
8.
Stalls or other locations in or on which bovine animals are located may only be used by the Animal keepers, their representative, persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of bovine animals, by veterinarians, by persons on the official order or with the prior consent of the competent authority, by another person , in each case only in the case of protective clothing or disposable protective clothing.
9.
The persons referred to in point 8 shall immediately after leaving the Stalls or locations to lay the protective clothing and clean and disinfect the hands.
10.
All persons have their footwear before leaving the farmhouse.
() In the event of suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection, the competent authority may order the measures referred to in paragraph 1.(3) In the case of paragraph 1 (2), the movement of bovine animals may be authorised only
1.
for direct slaughter or
2.
after previous vaccination with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1) for the purpose of rushing into a stock, in which all cattle are exclusively fattened in stable and direct for slaughter.
(4) Paragraph 1 (2) shall not apply to bovine animals which have been vaccinated after vaccination (primary vaccination, provided that the bovine animals have not been vaccinated or have been revaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer) to be placed on farm-owned pastures where they may not be in contact with bovine animals of other stocks.(5) Paragraph 1 (5) shall not apply to the extent to which reputable or deceased fruit, dead-born calves or post-births are required for investigations. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 7 Killing

Is the suspected outbreak or outbreak of BHV1 infection in a farmhouse or in any other Where it is officially established, the competent authority may order the killing of bovine animals suspected of being infected and suspected of being infected. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Restricted District

The outbreak of BHV1 infection in cattle in a farmhouse or other site is official. , the competent authority may declare the territory of the area in question in respect of the disease or other location in respect of which it is located, in order to control the disease, and an examination of the veterinary medicinal product by the competent authority of Order bovine herds, including the taking of samples for investigation into a BHV1 infection, as well as the vaccination of bovine animals in the restricted area. The competent authority may also arrange for bovine animals to be moved from the restricted area only with authorisation. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 suspicion of contagion

(1) Is official in a farmhouse or other site of the outbreak of BHV1 infection , the competent authority shall establish epidemiological investigations and shall submit all bovine animals to the farmed or other sites,
1.
of which the It may have been infected or
2.
into which the disease has already been dragged
, for the duration of 30 days of official observation. The competent authority may order the sampling of blood samples for a BHV1 infection as well as the vaccination for this herd.(2) In the event of the suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection, the competent authority may order the measures referred to in paragraph 1.In addition, the competent authority may, in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, in the version in force as BHV1, order the killing of suspect bovine animals, in so far as it is for reasons of animal disease control: is required. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Cleaning and disinfection

(1) After removal of the infected and suspect bovine animals, the keeper has immediately following the instructions of the competent authority
1.
to clean the locations in the stable, in or on the sick or suspected bovine animals, and to be disinfected and to be carried out against the disease,
2.
all objects which may be carriers of the disease control system, including the vehicles, with where these animals have come into contact, to clean and disinfect.
(2) The keeper has fodder and litter, which can be the carrier of the disease regulator, to be burnt or to be packed together with the dunging. By way of derogation, the animal keeper may also submit fodder to a treatment procedure which ensures the destruction of the disease regimer. The keeper shall be able to pack the dunges at a place inaccessible to bovine animals, disinfect after closer instruction from the competent authority or at least two months to be stored. Liquid exits from the bovine stalls or other locations of the bovine animals shall be disinfected or stored for at least two months after the competent authority has been instructed to do so. By way of derogation from sentences 2 and 3, the competent authority may authorise shorter storage periods if there is no conflict with the concerns of the control of the disease. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Exhibitions, markets

In the case of bovine animals that are similar to exhibitions, markets and events of a similar nature , if the BHV1 infection is officially detected or is suspected of being infected or suspected of infection, the competent authority may, in accordance with § § 5 to 10, take orders.

Section 3
Repeal of the protection measures

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§ 12 Repeal of the protection measures

(1) Ordered protection measures are if the BHV1 infection is extincted or if the suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection has been eliminated.(2) The BHV1 infection shall be deemed to have been obtained if
1.
all bovine animals of the stock have died or have been killed or removed or
2.
the infected cattle have died or have been killed or have been removed, the other bovine animals of the herd do not show any clinical manifestations pointing to the BHV1 infection; and blood samples taken at the earliest 30 days after removal of the last infected bovine in all other bovine animals of the herd,
a)
if the bovine animals are not against a BHV1 Infection, with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or,
b)
if the bovine animals are vaccinated with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1) have been vaccinated with negative results for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection
, and
the measures referred to in § 10 (1) and (2) have been carried out and by the competent authority have been taken down.By way of derogation from paragraph 2, point 2, the competent authority may authorise the examination of only those bovine animals of a herd as defined in the second and third sentences of bovine animals in which the antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the virus are BHV1 Infection has been demonstrated within the period between the last study of the affected bovine with a negative result on antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the BHV1 virus and the positive detection of the virus. Antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1, but at the latest six months before this detection, have come into contact (contact group). The size of the contact group shall be determined by the competent authority as a function of the size of the stock. In this case, so many animals are to be included, that with a probability of 95 of the hundred and a prevalence threshold of 5 of the hundred a BHV1 infection can be determined.(4) If antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection are detected in the examination of a bovine animal of the contact group, by way of derogation from paragraph 3, all bovine animals from the herd to antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the virus are: To investigate BHV1 infection.(5) The suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection is considered eliminated if
1.
has proven to be unfounded, or
2.
the epizootic bovine animals have died or have been killed or removed, and the rest of the cattle of the herd do not have clinical evidence of a BHV1 infection They appear and, at the earliest, 30 days after the removal of the bovine animals suspected of being infected, blood samples taken from all other bovine animals of the herd,
a)
, provided that the Bovine animals have not been vaccinated against BHV1 infection, with negative results for antibodies against the virus of BHV1 infection or,
b)
provided that the bovine animals are: Vaccines within the meaning of section 2 (1) have been vaccinated with negative results on antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 infection
Paragraph 3 applies accordingly.

Section 4
Administrative Offences, Transitional Provisions

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§ 13 Administrative Offences

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 32 (2) (4) (a) of the Animal Health Act, who intentionally or negligently
1.
In contrast to § 2 (1) or (1a), impft a beef,
2.
one with an approval in accordance with the first sentence of Article 2 (2), the first sentence or the second sentence of Article 2a (1), sentence 4 or section 3, paragraph 5, of a fully-enforceable edition,
3.
(omitted)
4.
a workable arrangement according to § 2 (2a) sentence 1, § 2 (3) sentence 1 or paragraph 4 sentence 1, § 2a Paragraph 2, § 3 paragraph 3a, § 4, § 6 paragraph 1, point 7 or paragraph 2, § 7, § 8, § 9 (1), (2) or (2), (10) (1) or (2), third sentence, or (4) or (12), third sentence, in conjunction with Section 11,
5.
one with a Approval pursuant to § 2 (2a) sentence 2, (3) sentence 2 or (4) sentence 2, § 3 (1) sentence 3, § 6 (1) (2) or (4), § 10 (2) sentence 5, or § 12 (3) sentence 1 is contrary to the enforceable edition,
6.
contrary to § 2 (5) or § 2a Paragraph 3, an information is not provided, not correct, not complete or not timely,
7.
contrary to § 2a, Paragraph 1, Sentence 1, a breeding or a user channel not to be examined correctly or in a timely manner,
8.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 1, sentence 1, paragraph 2, sentence 1, or paragraph 3, sentence 1, a beef spends or stops,
9.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 4, a certificate not or not at least two years preserved,
10.
§ 5 (1) (1) or (6) (1) (1) a beef not or not properly dissonated,
11.
contrary to § 5, paragraph 1, point 2, a beef,
12.
contrary to § 5, paragraph 1, point 3, or § 6, paragraph 1, point 8, entering a stable or other location,
13.
contrary to § 5 (1) (4) or § 6 (1) (9), the protective clothing does not or does not drop in time or the hands are not or are not cleaned in time or not or not disinfected in time,
14.
contrary to § 5, paragraph 1, point 5, a beef, a fruit, a calf or a rebirth is not stored correctly,
15.
contrary to § 5, paragraph 1, point 6, an object named there,
16.
without authorization pursuant to § 6 In paragraph 1, point 2 or point 4, a beef is removed or spends,
17.
contrary to § 6, paragraph 1, point 3, a bovine animal or
18.
contrary to § 6, paragraph 1, point 5, a fruit, calf or rebirth does not or cannot be removed in good time and cannot be removed or not removed in time.
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§ 14 Transitional rules

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Appendix 1 (to § 1, paragraph 2, point 1, point (a))
requirements under which a bovine herd is free from a BHV1 Infection applies

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2015, 775-777)
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a BHV1 infection of free cattle stock (Basic examination
1.
In a herd of cattle consisting of at least 30 of the hundreds of cows, you must
a)
all bovine animals of the herd are free from clinical signs pointing to a BHV1 infection, and
b)
during a two-month study of all female bovine animals aged over nine months and of the male bovine animals intended for breeding at intervals of five to seven months or in the case of a serological examination of all female bovine animals and of the male bovine animals intended for breeding, at the earliest 30 days after the removal of the last Reagent,
aa)
if the cattle have not been vaccinated against BHV1 infection, blood-or milk-serological 1 no antibodies against the BHV1 infection virus or,
bb)
if the cattle are Vaccines within the meaning of Article 2 (1) have been vaccinated, blood serological antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of the BHV1 infection
been detected
the herd has been established only with BHV1-free bovine animals. and
c)
in the last three months, the suspicion of the outbreak of BHV1 infection or the outbreak of BHV1 infection has not come to official knowledge and in during this period only BHV1-free bovine animals have been placed in the herd.
The serological examination referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence shall be carried out in an examination procedure. The competent authority may, depending on the epidemiological situation, extend the distance provided for in the first sentence of sentence 1 (b) for the investigation of five to seven months to a maximum of twelve months. The competent authority may also authorise, as far as the investigation is carried out in accordance with the first sentence of the first subparagraph, a Reagent, that 30 days after the last Reagent has been removed, the bovine animals remaining in the herd shall be subject to the double letter of the first sentence of 1 (b). aa or double letter bb. In the context of the authorisation referred to in the fourth sentence, the competent authority may limit the investigation to a contact group to be established by the competent authority. In so far as the examination of bovine animals referred to in sentence 4 has been carried out with negative results on antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the BHV1 virus, the requirements of Section I are considered to be fulfilled.
1a.
In a herd of cattle consisting of less than 30 of the hundred cows, a serological examination of all female bovine animals and up to nine months must be carried out. Male bovine animals at the earliest 30 days after the removal of the last Reagent,
a)
if the bovine animals do not have been vaccinated against a BHV1 infection,antibodies against the BHV1 virus (BHV1 ) or (b
are infected with BHV1, unless the bovine animals have been infected with the BHV1 virus. Vaccines within the meaning of Article 2 (1) have been vaccinated, had no antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of the BHV1 infection.
, or the herd has been established only with BHV1-free cattle. The competent authority may authorise, as far as the investigation is carried out in accordance with the first sentence, reagents, that 30 days after the last reagent has been removed, the bovine animals remaining in the herd shall be examined in accordance with the first sentence of 1 (a) or (b) of the first sentence. In the context of the authorisation referred to in the second sentence, the competent authority may limit the investigation to a contact group to be established by the competent authority. In so far as the examination of bovine animals referred to in the second sentence has been carried out with a negative result on antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection, the requirements of point 1a shall be considered to be fulfilled. Point 1, first sentence, point (a) and (c) shall apply.
1b.
In a bovine herd consisting of more than 50 of the bovine animals aged up to nine months old, Subject to sentence 4, in the case of a sample examination of bovine animals which takes place at the earliest 30 days after the removal of the last reagent,
a)
unless the cattle have been vaccinated against a BHV1 infection, bleed or milkserologically1 no antibodies against the BHV1 virus or,
b)
provided that the bovine animals have been vaccinated with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1), no antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the virus are BHV1 infection
, or the herd has been established only with BHV1-free bovine animals. The study referred to in the first sentence shall include as many bovine animals as possible that, with a probability of 95 of the hundred and a prevalence threshold of 5 of the hundreds, a BHV1 infection can be detected. Point 1, first sentence, point (a) and (c) shall apply accordingly. In the cases referred to in point 1a, the sentences 1 to 3 shall not apply.
2.
The cattle of the herd shall not be allowed to contact bovine animals outside the herd which are not free. of a BHV1 infection. This also applies to the participation of the cattle of the herd in markets, animal shows or similar events, as well as for their transport and the loading of community pastures or for the transfer to an animal clinic.
3.
The cattle of the stock may only be
a)
from bulls that are free from a BHV1 infection, or
b)
besamed with seeds of bulls , originating from an insemination station free of BHV1 at the time of seed production, or, in the case of the BHV1 status referred to in point II (3), prior to sampling for the last examination completed with negative result, after Section II, point 2 has been obtained.
In stocks that are free from BHV1 infection, only bulls that are free from BHV1 infection may be recrused. Only seeds of bulls may be used for artificial insemination, which,
a)
if the cops have not been vaccinated against a BHV1 infection, blood serologically negative result for antibodies against the virus of the BHV1 infection,
b)
if the bulls have been vaccinated with vaccines within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 1, blood serological with negative result on antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of the BHV1 infection
.
Section II
Maintaining the BHV1-Freedom of a Beast (Control Investigations
The BHV1-Freedom of a Beast becomes If the following requirements are met:
1.
All cattle of the population are free of clinical manifestations that indicate a BHV1 infection.
2.
Depending on the epidemiological situation In all bovine animals aged over 24 months, blood serological control tests must be carried out by 2 ,
a)
unless the cattle have been vaccinated against BHV1 infection, with negative result on antibodies against the BHV1 infection virus,
b)
provided that the bovine animals have been vaccinated with vaccines as defined in § 2 (1), with negative results for antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the BHV1 virus.
A distance of no more than 12 months has been carried out. The first sentence shall apply to bovine animals in the stocks referred to in
a)
Section I, point 1a, provided that: blood serological control tests2 for all female bovine animals and for up to nine months old male bovine animals, unless the bovine herd consists of bovine animals, which are exclusively fattened in stable conditions; and ,
b)
Section I, point 1b, provided that the blood serological control tests are carried out in such a way as to ensure that the blood and blood flow are a probability of 95 of the hundred and a prevalence threshold of 5 of the hundred can be detected by a BHV1 infection.
In the event that the maximum examination distance according to sentence 1 or 2 is exceeded by up to three months , the status shall be for a period not exceeding three months, except for a one-off blood serological examination2
a)
in the case of the record 1 of all bovine animals over 24 months old,
b)
in the case of the sentence 2
aa)
letter a of all female cattle and the up to nine months old male Cattle,
bb)
letter b with a probability of 95 of the hundred and a prevalence threshold of 5 of the hundred in less than nine months old Cattle
2a.
bovine animals aged over nine months from a herd of cattle, after having been taken out of a herd of cattle, have been found to have been unable to reagent
Section I, point 1a, excluding bovine animals which are brought directly to slaughter or which have already undergone a control examination as referred to in the second sentence of point 2, must not be taken at the earliest 14 days before the transfer in accordance with the first sentence of point 2. .
3.
In case of an investigation, style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
a)
as determined by number 2 sentence 1 and set 2 letter a Reagents, is in the state until the a blood serological examination carried out at the earliest 30 days after the removal of the last reagent2
aa)
all female bovine animals and the male bovine animals provided for breeding have not been detected or,
bb)
provided that the competent authority has approved this, no Reagents have been identified in the bovine animals of a contact group to be established by the competent authority, and it is ensured that all bovine animals, spent within six months of the removal of the last reagent from the stock, except directly for slaughter, at the earliest 14 days prior to the transfer of blood serology2 with negative result to antibodies against The gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection has been investigated
b)
Reagents are determined in accordance with the second sentence of point 2 (b), and the status of the virus is: blood serological examination carried out at the earliest 30 days following the removal of the last Reagentno Reagents have identified in the bovine animals of a contact group to be established by the competent authority, and ensure that all bovine animals brought from the herd within six months of the removal of the last reagent, except directly for slaughter, shall not be returned to the blood at the earliest 14 days prior to the introduction of blood serology2 negative result for antibodies against the gE glycoprotein of the virus of BHV1 infection.
To the extent that the examination of the bovine animals after the first sentence has been negative for antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the virus of the virus, the If BHV1 infection has been carried out, the requirements of Section II are considered to be fulfilled. In the case of a person referred to in Article 5, in conjunction with Annex A to Council Directive 88 /407/EEC of 14 June 2002, 1 June 1988 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of bovine animals (OJ L 327, 30.4.1988, p. EC No 10), the status of the insemination centre approved in the current version shall be the status of a blood serological examination of all bovine animals carried out at the earliest 21 days after the removal of the Reagents, and no Reagents shall be established .
4.
Only bovine animals that are free from a BHV1 infection may be placed in the stock.
5.
By way of derogation from point 2, the competent authority may authorise the maintenance of the BHV1-freedom of a stock located in a part of the country, the decision of the European Community referred to in Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as published in the Bundesanzeiger (Bundesanzeiger), is deemed to be free from a BHV1 infection, the control tests shall be2 the 24-month-old cattle
a)
are carried out at a distance of at least three years or
b)
in the form of a sampling test, with a probability of 99 of the hundred and a prevalence threshold of 0.2 of the hundred a BHV1 infection can be detected.
The sampling of blood samples for the control tests according to the first sentence of 1 (a) may also be carried out in a slaughterhouse.
6.
Section I, paragraphs 2 and 3, applies accordingly.
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1
The milk serological examination can be carried out by
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two individual milk samples of all lactating cows at a distance of five to seven months, the individual milk samples can be examined together (pooled) by up to 50 animals, or
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three Samples taken at intervals of not less than three months, provided that at least 30% of the samples are taken. The herd consists of cows regularly supplied with milk and a one-off blood serological examination of all bovine animals which are not milk-producing over nine months and of all the breeding bulls and of the breeding bulls and of the breeding bulls and the breeding bulls. Male bovine animals. The inventory sample is limited to stocks with a maximum of 50 lactating cows; larger stocks must be shared with regard to this investigation
2
The blood serological examination can be done in stocks
1.
with only non-vaccinated Cows are replaced by
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Single milk samples taken together by up to 50 animals (pooled) , or
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two existing samples at a distance of at least three months, provided that at least 30 of the hundred of the herd consists of cows, of which Milk is regularly delivered. The stock sample shall be limited to stocks of not more than 50 lactating cows, and larger stocks shall be shared with regard to this study. In stocks situated in a part of the country which is deemed to be free from BHV1 in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, which is made known in the Federal Gazette, Individual milk samples of up to 100 animals can be examined together (pooled). The stock sample shall be limited to stocks of not more than 100 lactating cows; larger stocks shall be shared with regard to this investigation;
2.
with vaccinated cows and non-vaccinated cows will be replaced by two single milk samples taken at a distance of three months from the non-vaccinated cows, with the Individual milk samples of up to 50 animals together (pooled) can be examined.
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Appendix 2 (to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 1)
Official veterinary certificate of the BHV1-freedom of a bark

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2015, 778)

The breeding/use-rind (s) with the ear tag number (s) 1 from the operation with the
registration number in accordance with section 26 (2) of the Livestock traffic regulation of the in county country
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comes from a stock that is in an area which is recognised as free of BHV1 in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC is 2
does not come from a stock located in an area that is recognized as BHV1-free under Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, and is in the sense of
To
§ 1 paragraph 2, point 2, point (a)2,
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§ 1, paragraph 2, point 2 Letter c2 or
§ 1 paragraph 2, point 2 (d)2
ofBHV1 regulation, free of any BHV1-infection.The The last serological examination of the cattle/cattle with the ear tag number (s) was carried out on the breeding/working rind (s) with the ear tag number (s)1
/are all vaccinated with a vaccine, in the production of which a strain of the virus has been used which has a deletion of the glycoprotein E gene. This certificate loses its validity two weeks/two months 3 after the day of the Exhibition. It shall not continue to be used before the expiry of that period if the bovine animals referred to in this Directive have come into contact with bovine animals which are not free of BHV1. as BHV1-free, the certificate is valid indefinitely




of the
responsible authority





(Signature)
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1
For multiple ear tags, all ear tag numbers are individually
2
tick the appropriate one.
3
Delete as appropriate; Certificates of two months validity shall be issued only for bovine animals within the meaning of Article 1 (2) (2) (a) and (b), which are less than nine months.
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Appendix 3 (to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 1)
official veterinarian certificate of BHV1 freedom of a cattle herd

(found: BGBl. I 2015, 779)

The stock (The Inventory) 1 of the (der) with the registration number according to § 26, paragraph 2 of the
Livestock Traffic Regulation in County Land
is (arefree from any of the following in the sense of § 1, paragraph 2, point 1 of the BHV1 regulation BHV1-infection 2
The breeding animals of the stock are
total not vaccinated2,
total or partial vaccinating
within the meaning of § 2 (1)2
The fattening animals of the stock are
total not vaccinated2,
total or partial vaccinating
within the meaning of § 2 (1)2
The last serological examination of the stock 1occurred on the inventory of the stock (The stocks)1is (are) located in a
area that is defined in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC as BHV1-free is acknowledged2.This certificate will lose its validity three months 3 /six months3/nine months3/12 months3 After the last serological examination, but at the latest for the stock 1
at the end of this period shall not continue to be used if bovine animals in the herd have come into contact with bovine non-BHV1-free bovine animals. a stock situated in an area recognised as free of BHV1 in accordance with Article 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, the certificate shall be valid for an unlimited period of time




Competent Authority Stamp





(Signature)
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1
For multiple stocks, the inventory is to be listed individually.
2
Cross the appropriate one.
3
Delete as appropriate.