Regulation On The Protection Against Brucellosis Of Cattle, Pigs, Sheep And Goats

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Schutz gegen die Brucellose der Rinder, Schweine, Schafe und Ziegen

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Regulation on the protection against brucellosis of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats (Brucellosis Regulation)

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Brucellosis V

Date of expulsive: 26.06.1972

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" Brucellose Regulation in the version of the notice of 20. December 2005 (BGBl. 3601), which was last amended by Article 4 of the Regulation of 29 June 2008. December 2014 (BGBl. I p. 2481) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 20.12.2005 I 3601;
last modified by Art. 4 V v. 29.12.2014 I 2481

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I.
Definitions

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§ 1

(1) In The Sense of this Regulation:
1.
brucellosis of bovine animals, pigs, sheep and goats when they are carried out by bacteriological or serological examination procedures;
2.
suspicion of brucellosis if the result of the examination referred to in point 1 or of the pathological-anatomical or clinical examination, in particular in the case of premature births, stillbirths or postures, the outbreak of brucellosis may be feared.
(2) Recognised stock within the meaning of this Regulation shall be: Bovine herd which is officially recognized as brucellosis-free in accordance with § 19 or as officially recognized in accordance with § 24.

II.
Protection-scale rules

1.
General protection measures against the brucellosis of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats

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§ 2

Vaccinations against the brucellosis of cattle, pigs, sheep and goats and healing tests are prohibited. The competent authority may allow exceptions to the conduct of scientific experiments where there is no conflict with the problem of disease control. Non-official table of contents

§ 3

(1) The owner of bovine animals aged over 24 months is obliged to inform the animals after the instructions of the competent authorities The Authority shall, by means of a blood serological examination in accordance with Annex C to Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 November 2001, be kept at a distance of three years from the date of the first 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) should be examined for brucellosis in the current version. In herds of at least 30 per cent of dairy cows, the blood serological examination, with the exception of the examination of the bulls, shall be taken into account if the cows are at a distance of not more than three years by two at a distance of at least five and not more than seven months of serological studies of individual, canine or tank milk have been investigated.(1a) The owner of bovine animals aged over 24 months shall immediately have abortions examined for brucellosis during the last third of pregnancy, including after-births.The competent authority may grant derogations from the first sentence of paragraph 1 in so far as it is provided for by the act of the Council or of the Commission of the European Communities in accordance with Article 3 (13) of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended. and the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (Federal Ministry) has published this in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger). The Federal Ministry is also aware of the repeal of the act in the Federal Gazette.(3) The owner of sheep and goats aged over 12 months shall be obliged to carry out a blood test following a detailed instruction from the competent authority in accordance with Annex A, Chapter 1, Section II of Council Directive 91 /68/EEC of 28 June 1991. 1 January 1991 on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 19) should be examined for brucellosis in the version in force.(4) Where it is necessary for disease control reasons, the competent authority may, in the case of ovine and caprine animals,
1.
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§ 4

An outbreak of brucellosis or suspicion of brucellosis in a bovine, porcine, ovine, or ovine Goat stock shall be considered before the veterinary examination:
1.
Changes in the stock
2.
Displaced fruits or afterbirths are to be stored in such a way that the contagion cannot be drained.
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§ 5

The competent authority publicly announcits the outbreak of brucellosis. Non-official table of contents

§ 6

(1) The owner has suspect cattle, pigs, sheep, or goats that are not locked in It shall immediately be sent to the public after the outbreak has been announced. The animals are to be observed officially until the suspicion has been eliminated.(2) Where it is to be feared that brucellosis has spread to bovine animals, swine, ovine or caprine animals of an area, the competent authority may carry out a veterinary examination for brucellosis of all the stocks of the species in question of the species concerned.

2.
Special protection measures against the brucellosis of the cattle

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§ 7

(1) If the outbreak of brucellosis or suspicion of brucellosis has been officially detected in bovine animals, all bovine animals aged over 12 months are if a blood sample is to be taken out and in accordance with Annex C to Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 2001. 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. The competent authority may grant exemptions for bovine animals which are held solely for fattening where there is no conflict with the control of the disease.(2) If the outbreak of brucellosis or suspected brucellosis has been officially detected in bovine animals, the competent authority may also carry out the examination referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 for horses, dogs and other animals susceptible to the disease which have been infected with bovine animals of the stock in the same stable or in the same location, and for bovine animals aged under 12 months. It may also arrange for brucellosis to be sent in the form of dead or dead fruit, dead-born animals or parts thereof, as well as post-births for examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 8

(1) If the outbreak of brucellosis has been officially detected in bovine animals, the farmhouse and the other Location in accordance with the following rules of lock:
1.
The owner has at the entrances of the To make a good visible sign with the clear and durable inscription "bovine brucellosis-unauthorized access prohibited".
2.
2.
The bovines of the stock are to be bashed up. They must not be removed from the farmhouse or from the rest of the site.
3.
Infected and suspected bovine animals are from the other bovine animals of the herd. as well as other animals susceptible to the disease.
4.
bovine animals may be transferred to the herd only with the approval of the competent authority.
5.
The milk of the cows of the stock must either be boiled before delivery or feeding, or to be delivered to collection dairies in which sufficient heating is required.
6.
The blankets and the artificial insemination of the cattle of the herd are prohibited.
7.
Containers, equipment and other items used in stables or other locations of the stock are to be found after the instruction of the official veterinarian cleaning and disinfecting.
8.
Stalls, pastures and other locations in or on which infected or suspected bovine animals are located shall not be allowed to Owners of animals, their representative, persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of animals, shall be entered by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission; after leaving the stone, these persons shall have more detailed information on the Instructions of the official veterinarian to be cleaned and disinfected.
9.
Dismissed or deceased fruits, stillborn calves or post-births are immediate to eliminate harmless, as far as they are not required for examinations.
10.
Those with the reputable or dead fruits, stillborn calves, or Post-births in contact must be removed immediately harmless by burnt or burnt deep after being burnt with a disinfectant.
(2) The competent authority may allow exceptions
1.
of paragraph 1, no. 2
a)
for bovine herds in which no clinical manifestations of brucellosis, in particular premature births, stillbirths, or postnatal postures, are found,
b)
for oxen and up to 12 months old cattle,
c)
for bovine animals that are used for slaughter
d)
for bovine animals located on a common pasture
2.
of Paragraph 1 (6) and (8)
where there is no question of disease control.The competent authority shall arrange for the killing of bovine animals suffering from the disease and may order the killing of the suspected bovine animals to the extent that this is necessary to prevent the spread of brucellosis. Non-official table of contents

§ 9

If brucellosis is suspected, the measures in accordance with § 8 (1) no. 5, 9 and 10 apply; the measures of the measures pursuant to § 8 (1) No. 1 up to 4 and 6 to 8 may be ordered by the competent authority.

3.
Special protection measures against the brucellosis of the pigs

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§ 10

(1) If there is any suspicion of brucellosis in pigs, all over four months old pigs of the stock are a blood sample to be tested. , and in accordance with Annex C to Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 1991. 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. The competent authority may grant exemptions for pigs which are held solely for fattening where there is no conflict with the control of the disease.(2) If the outbreak of brucellosis has been officially detected in the case of pigs, the competent authority may, in accordance with paragraph 1, sentence 1,
1.
to determine the degree of contamination of the pig's stock and
2.
for horses, dogs and others for Order the disease susceptible to animals which are or were housed in the same stable or in the same place with pigs of the stock.
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§ 11

(1) If the outbreak of brucellosis or suspicion of brucellosis is officially detected in pigs, the outbreak of brucellosis or brucellosis has been reported. the farmhouse and the other site shall be subject to the conditions laid down in the following regulations:
1.
The Owner has to make visible signs with the clear and durable inscription "Schweinebrucellolose-Unauthorised entry prohibited" at the entrances of the farmhouse and the Stalles or other location.
2.
The pigs of the stock are to be marked on a permanent basis.
3.
The disease sufferers and the disease suspect Pigs shall be sent by the owner of the remaining pigs of the stock as well as from other animals susceptible to the disease in the stable. They shall immediately be killed on the orders of the competent authority and under the supervision of the competent authority. The animals are not allowed to be removed from the stables until they are transported to the kiln. They may only be transported to a slaughterhouse in vehicles which are designed in such a way that animal exits, litter and feed cannot be leaked or falling out.
4.
The remaining pigs in the stock may only be removed from the farmhouse or other locations with the approval of the competent authority.
5.
pigs may only be shipped to the stock with the approval of the competent authority.
6.
Weiden For a period of four months, no clonding shall be required for the duration of four months in which pigs or pigs suspected of being infected have been held temporarily or permanently.
7.
The blankets and artificial insemination of the pigs of the stock are prohibited.
8.
container, Equipment and other objects which have been used in stables or other locations of the contaminated or suspected stock shall be cleaned and disinfected following the detailed instructions of the official veterinarian.
9.
Stalls, pastures and other locations, in or on which infected or suspected pigs are located, may only be used by the owner of the animals, his representative, who is responsible for the the supervision, maintenance and care of the animals shall be entered by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission; after leaving the room, these persons shall be cleaned after the instruction of the official veterinarian has been approached, and
10.
Reputable or deceased fruit, dead-born piglets or rebates shall be removed immediately harmless, provided that they are not Investigations are needed.
11.
The streu in contact with the repellent or dead fruits, dead-born piglets or post-births is in touch. (
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competent authority may order the killing of the suspected pigs of the stock, to the extent that:- this is necessary in order to prevent the spread of brucellosis.(3) The competent authority may grant derogations from paragraph 1 (6), (7) and (9) if there is no conflict with the problem of disease control. Non-official table of contents

§ 12

In an area, the brucellosis of the pigs occurs on a larger scale, thus prohibiating or limiting the size of the pigs. competent authority for the duration of the hazard
1.
in the endangered area
a)
the blankets of other owners ' pigs,
b)
the community grazing of the pigs from different stocks,
c)
Körevents, Auctions and markets of pigs and similar events;
2.
the movement of pigs from the area at risk, except for the early days Kill,
to the extent necessary to prevent the spread of brucellosis.

4.
Special protection measures against the brucellosis of sheep and goats

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§ 13

(1) If there is a suspicion of brucellosis in sheep or goats, then all sheep and goats of the affected population, other than suckling lambs, in a blood sample, and in accordance with Annex C to Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 1991. 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.(2) Where the outbreak of brucellosis has been officially detected in ovine or caprine animals, the competent authority may, in accordance with paragraph 1,
1.
to determine the degree of contamination of the sheep or goat's stock and
2.
for horses, dogs and
animals which are susceptible to the disease and which are or were housed in the same stable or on the same site with sheep or goats in the same stable or place It may also arrange for brucellosis to be sent in reputed or deceased fruits, dead-born lambs or parts thereof, as well as of post-birth parts. Non-official table of contents

§ 14

(1) The outbreak of brucellosis or suspicion of brucellosis is officially detected in ovine or caprine animals, the farmyard and the other site shall be subject to the following conditions:
1.
The owner has signs with the clear and durable inscription "Schafbrucellose-Unauthorised access prohibited" at the entrances of the farm, the stall or other location or "goat brucellosis-unauthorized access prohibited".
2.
The sheep and goats of the stock are by official or officially recognized brands. or tattoos as long as they are not already marked in this way.
3.
The disease-affected and suspect ovine and caprine animals shall be paid by the owner of the other sheep and goats of the herd and other animals susceptible to the disease in the stable or at other locations. They must also be marked.
4.
The disease-affected and suspect ovine and caprine animals are on the order of the competent authority and under the supervision of the competent authority. to kill immediately without any blood withdrawal. They must be removed harmless.
5.
The epidemic and suspect sheep and goats must not be skinned or skinned.
6.
The disease sufferers and suspect sheep and goats must not be removed until they are killed from the stables or other locations.
7.
The sheep and goats remaining in the stock may only be removed from the farmhouse or from other locations with the approval of the competent authority and only for the early killing
8.
Sheep and goats may only be shipped to the stock with the approval of the competent authority.
9.
The milk of sheep and goats of the stock is to be cooked up before delivery or feeding.
10.
Blankets and artificial insemination of sheep and goats of the stock shall be prohibited.
11.
Container, equipment and other objects, in stalls or on other sites of the contaminated or suspected stock have been used, are to be cleaned and disinfected according to the instructions of the official veterinarian.
12.
Stalls, pasture areas and other locations in or on which infected or suspected ovine or caprine animals are located may only be used by the owner of the animals, his representative, the persons responsible for the supervision, maintenance and care of the animals, who are entered by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission; after leaving the stable, these persons shall, following the instructions of the official veterinarian, have to Clean and disinfect.
13.
Dismissed or deceased fruit, stillborn lambs or afterbirths must be immediately destroyed, as far as they are are not required to be investigated.
14.
The litter with the repellent or dead fruits, dead-born lambs or afterbirths is in contact with the litter. (
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competent authority may grant exemptions from the provisions of paragraph 1 (7), (10) and (12) if the concerns of the competent authorities of the Member States of the European Union ( It does not prevent disease control.3. The competent authority may also order the killing of the suspected ovine and caprine animals of the herd, where this is necessary to prevent the spread of brucellosis.

5.
Special Protection measures against brucellosis in other domestic animals

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§ 15

The outbreak of brucellosis or if brucellosis is suspected in the case of domestic animals other than those referred to in Article 1 (1), the competent authority of the contaminated and suspected animals may order the same protective measures as provided for in this Regulation: for protection against the brucellosis of cattle, pigs, sheep or goats.

6.
disinfection

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§ 16

(1) containers that deliver milk from cows that have brucellosis or brucellosis suspected of brucellosis to a collection dairy, are to be cleaned and disinfected by the collecting dairy.(2) According to the instruction of the official veterinarian,
1.
after the removal of the disease-affected and -suspected animals from the herd or from their other locations, as well as after births, miscarriages or blood-taking in the herd, the stables or other locations of the animals, jaucheresses, fodder corridors, equipment used and other Items which may be carriers of the contagion, including the vehicles which have come into contact with these animals, must be cleaned and disinfected without delay,
2.
The Dung from stables or other locations at a place inaccessible for cattle, pigs, sheep and goats inaccessible, disinfect and at least three weeks to
3.
to disinfect liquid exits from the stables or other locations, if they are not attached to the Dung.
(3) The maintenance and In the cases referred to in paragraph 2 (1), after leaving the stable or other location, the care of the animals shall immediately be cleaned and disinfected by the hands and forearms and clothing and footwear.(4) The competent authority may allow the disinfection referred to in paragraph 2 (1) to be applied to the standing places of the animals and to the standing places adjacent to them, or to the stables on which the birth or miscarriage has taken place, or to the place where the animals are not. is restricted to places where the blood samples have been performed.

7.
Abolition of the protection measures

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§ 17

(1) Ordered protection measures are to be lifted if brucellosis is lost or the suspicion has proven to be unfounded.(2) The brucellosis shall be deemed to have been lost if
1.
all animals of the bovine, porcine, ovine or ovine or ovine animals of the bovine, porcine, ovine or animal goat stock has been terminated, killed or removed;
2.
with the remaining in the inventory
a)
over 12 months old cattle two blood samples taken at a distance of three months, and at the milk-producing bovine animals, two milk samples taken at the same time,
b)
over four months old pigs taken at intervals of six to eight weeks blood samples,
c)
ovine and caprine animals, other than suction lambs, two blood samples taken at intervals of six to eight weeks
according to Annex C to the Directive 64 /432/EEC of the Council of 26 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) have been examined in the current version with negative results and have not been identified in these animals which cause the outbreak of brucellosis; the first blood sample may not be found at the earliest. three weeks after removal of the infected and suspected animals, in the case of cows, at the earliest three weeks after the calves; or
3.
Suspicion of brucellosis has been removed from the infected animals of the bovine, porcine, ovine or caprine animals and, in the case of the remaining animals, the tests prescribed for the species referred to in point 2, with a negative effect on the animals The result has been that the animals have not been found to have been infected by the outbreak of the brucellosis, and
4.
disinfection after details of the official veterinarian and carried out under official supervision and taken from the official veterinarian.

III.
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IV.
Discovered inventory

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§ 19

The competent authority recognizes a bovine herd officially as brucellosis-free if
1.
The examinations of cattle according to § 17 para. 2 no. 2 letter a or no. 3 a negative findings , and no clinical manifestations of brucellosis have occurred in the herd for six months,
2.
the stock only with bovine animals from recognised stocks has been re-established or
3.
a blood serological examination has been carried out regularly at intervals of three years for all bovine animals over two years of age. and these investigations have not produced any positive findings. In herds of at least 30 of the hundreds of dairy cows, the blood serological examination, with the exception of the examination of the bulls, is not necessary if the cows are carried out by a serological examination of the individual, canned or canine bulls, or Tank milk has been studied.
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§ 20

(1) Only bovine animals may be brought into a recognized herd, coming from recognised stocks.(2) bovine animals from a recognised herd shall not be allowed to enter
1.
with bovine animals from non-approved stocks together loading, driving, grazing or otherwise bringing together,
2.
for blankets only to be brought together with bovine animals from recognised stocks, and only in where the cover is used exclusively for the ceiling of bovine animals from recognised stocks.
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(1) The recognition is to be withdrawn if a prerequisite for the recognition in accordance with § 19 has not been provided.(2) The recognition shall be revoked if
1.
Brucellosis or brucellosis on the stock ,
2.
The investigations according to § 3 (1) sentence 1 have not been carried out or
3.
cattle from unrecognized holdings have been moved to the recognized inventory.
(3) If the recognition has been revoked on suspicion of brucellosis, and If the bovine animal is suspected of being unfounded, the competent authority may officially recognise the bovine herd as brucellosis-free without re-examination.(4) If bovine animals suspected of being brucellosis have been immediately removed from the herd on suspicion of suspicion, the reputation of recognition may be arranged in place of the withdrawal. The rest of the recognition may also be arranged if one of the provisions of Section 20 (2) has not been complied with. The order shall be lifted if the conditions of § 17 (2) (3) and (4) are met.

V.
Brucellosis-free pig stock

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A pig population is considered brucellosis free if
1.
for at least one year brucellosis of the pigs or suspicion of brucellosis has not been established or, if such suspicion has occurred, this has been due to a Clinical examination and an investigation according to § 1 para. 1 no. 1 as unfounded,
2.
the bovine herd in the same farmhouse is a recognised stock

VI.
Administrative Offences

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§ 23

Contrary to § 32 Paragraph 2 (4) (a) of the Animal Health Act, who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
in violation of § 2 sentence 1 of the Animal Health Act, or a healing test,
2.
one with an admission pursuant to § 2 sentence 2, § 3 paragraph 2 sentence 1, § 8 paragraph 2, § 11 paragraph 3, § 14 paragraph 2 or § 16 paragraph 4
3.
a fully-retractable arrangement pursuant to § 3, paragraph 1, sentence 1, paragraph 3 or paragraph 4, § 6, paragraph 2, § 7, paragraph 2, § 8 paragraph Point 7 or paragraph 3, § 9, second half sentence, § 10 (2), § 11 (1) (3) sentence 2, number 8 or paragraph 2, § 12, § 13 (2), § 14 (1) (4) sentence 1, number 11 or paragraph 3, § 15 or § 16 paragraph 2),
4.
contrary to § 3 paragraph 1a, leave an abort not to be examined in time,
5.
contrary to § 4 Number 1 makes a change,
6.
contrary to § 6 (1) sentence 1, § 11 (1) (3) sentence 1, or § 14 (1) (3) sentence 1, a given animal does not, not correctly or not in good time,
7.
contrary to § 8 (1) (1), § 11 (1) (1) or § 14 (1) (1), a sign not, not correct or not
8.
contrary to § 8 (1) (2) sentence 2, § 11 (1) (3) sentence 3 or § 14 paragraph 1, point 6, an animal removed,
9.
without approval pursuant to § 8 (1) (4), § 11 (1) (5) or § 14 (1) (8), an animal spends into a stock,
10.
a fully-designed edition connected with an approval pursuant to Section 8 (1) (4), (11) (1) (4) or (5) or (5) or Article 14 (1) (7) or (8)
11.
contrary to § 8, paragraph 1, point 8, first half sentence, § 11 paragraph 1, point 9, first half sentence, or § 14 paragraph 1, point 12, first half sentence, a stable, a Grazing area or other location enters,
12.
contrary to § 8 (1) (9) or (10), § 11 (1) (10) or (11) or (14) (1) (13) or point 14 a fruit, a calf, a piglet, a lamb, a rebirth or a litter, not correct or not removed in good time,
13.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1 Number 3, sentence 4 a pig transported,
14.
without authorization pursuant to § 11 (1) (4) or § 14 (1) point 7, an animal removed,
15.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1, point 6, a pasture or an outlet is charged,
16.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1 Point (7) or Article 14 (1) (10) shall cover an animal referred to therein or can be artificially besamed,
17.
contrary to Article 14 (1) (2), a sheep or goat shall not be used; not correctly or in good time,
18.
contrary to § 14, paragraph 1, point 5, a sheep or a goat shears or sketches,
19.
contrary to § 14, paragraph 1, point 9 milk not or not boiled in time,
20.
contrary to § 16, paragraph 3 no cleaning or disinfection is carried out or not carried out in good time,
21.
contrary to § 20 (1), a beef is spilled,
22.
contrary to § 20, paragraph 2, sentence 1, point 1, a beef is loaded, graced, grazed or otherwise brought together with a bovine animal named there, or
23.
contrary to § 20, paragraph 2, sentence 1, point 2, merge or spoil a beef with a bovine animal other than a cow named there.

VII.
Final specifications

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§ 24

A herd of cattle that before the entry into force of this Regulation the competent authority shall be deemed to be officially brucellosis-free and shall be considered as a recognised body within the meaning of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 25

(Entry into force)