Wild Animals, Plants And Their Products, Which Are Not Regulated By Order Of The European Union's Directly Applicable Legislation On Organic Farming

Original Language Title: Dzīvnieku, savvaļas augu un no tiem iegūto produktu aprites kārtība, kas nav regulēta Eiropas Savienības tieši piemērojamos tiesību aktos par bioloģisko lauksaimniecību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 276 in Riga in 2008 (April 15. No 24-29), wild animals, plants and products derived therefrom in order that has not been regulated directly applicable European Union legislation on organic farming Issued under the agricultural and rural development Act, article 11, paragraph 2 (I). General questions 1. detects deer, rabbit, wild boar, ostrich, pheasant, pigeon, quail for meat as well as fish, shellfish-growing cancer, arrangements for the purpose of artificially created bodies of water and wild plants , mushroom and the products obtained from them the life of procedures not regulated directly applicable European Union legislation on organic farming. 2. Operator (any natural or legal person who produces, prepares or imports from a third country organic products to sell, or selling such products) implement in your company For the European Parliament and of the Council on 24 June 1991, Regulation No 2092/91 on organic production of farm products and indications for agricultural products and foodstuffs (Regulation No 2092/91) 8 and 9 Article control system and comply with the requirements of annex III. 3. The control and monitoring of the provisions of Regulation No 2092/91 and annex III regulations for organic agriculture to raudzīb and control arrangements ensure that the control bodies for organic products and organic agricultural products processing factories for certification is accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN 45011:2004 "General requirements for bodies dealing with product certification systems" and for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "journal" , or any other Member State of the European Union institutions, which control the action approved by the food and veterinary service of Regulation No 2092/91 article 9, point 5 (hereinafter referred to as the control authority). II. Animal production principles 4. Organic farming animals are reared, transported and slaughtered in accordance with legislation on the welfare of farm animals, as well as the requirements pursuant to the provisions of Regulation No 2092/91. 5. Holding of the organic farm converted in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part A, taking into account certain transition periods to secure the animal feed used in the plants and plant products in conformity with the requirements of organic production. 6. If the entire holdings of the organic farm at the same time, then the transform is defined in the transitional period of 24 months. The transition period applies to both the vanity in the SAIM animals and their offspring, both on the ground, provided that the use in animal nutrition feed obtained under Regulation No 2092/91. 7. you can also be kept on the holding of other animals that are not grown in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 conditions if they are kept in buildings on land and water, which is separated from the buildings, land and water bodies where the au or the animals in accordance with these rules. Part of the holding where the animals are biologically grown, of Regulation No 2092/91 and in article 6 the requirements laid down in annex I. 8. Holding the used quantity of organic fertilizer year in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 annex VII does not exceed 170 kg of nitrogen. The maximum number of animals present on the holding to a per hectare shall not exceed 1.7 animal units, it is: 8.1. five deer species;
8.2. the seven hogs;
8.3.16 ostrich;
8.4.230 pheasant;
8.5.580 quail;
8.6.580 meat pigeons. 9. the characteristics of the animals and the cleaning and disinfecting of equipment used by Lee dzekļ, referred to in Regulation No 2092/91, annex II. This condition does not apply to aquaculture animals for the purpose of the cleaning and disinfection operations and equipment. 10. The Operator shall ensure the animal tracking and identification of Regulation No 2092/91 of part B of annex I, the requirements of paragraph 6.3 below, and (II) of part (A) of the law on point 2. III. The deer, wild boar, rabbit, and products derived therefrom 11. animals Deer, wild boar, rabbits and the products obtained from them realizing "organic farming", where the animals are born and raised on the organic farm or organic status complied with the following transition period: 11.1. deer animals-not less than 12 months, and at least three quarters of their lives;
11.2. wild boar-six months;
11.3. rabbits-six months. 12. If stocking up for the first time or it renewed and if the deer, wild boar and rabbits produced according to these provisions, is not available, the inspection body may authorise the importation of animals from conventional farms. 13. to improve the Herd or control authorities can restore at to let during the year, the organic farm for konvencionālaj sa imported from the vanity: 13.1 and 20% of adult rabbit from the pamatganāmpulk number of the animal;
13.2. to 10% of adult deer from the pamatganāmpulk of the animal;
13.3. to 20% of adult hogs from the animal pamatganāmpulk. 14. animals Deer, wild boar and rabbits eat according to Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part B, point 4. 15. Jaundzīvniek-nourished with natural milk: 15.1 deer animals-not less than 90 days;
15.2. broiler rabbits and their intersections-not less than 45 days;
15.3. other breeds of rabbit-not less than 60 days;
15.4. wild boar-not less than 40 days. 16. Sick animals deer, wild boar and rabbits provided with veterinary care and the use of veterinary medicinal products in respect of Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part B, paragraph 5. 17. The deer, wild boar and rabbits use artificial propagation method-embryo transfer. 18. the minimum age of slaughter of animals is: 18.1 15 months-deer;
18.2. nine months-a wild boar;
18.3. four months-rabbit. 19. animals of deer and wild boar bred in accordance with matīv provisions concerning products of animal origin, or the breeding of the species of wild animals used in procedures of the fenced areas. 20. Wild boar bounded from the farmed species of other living tidbits. 21. Rabbit farming, the following requirements shall be met: 21.1. rabbits there, pens and cages;
21.2. jauntruš (2-6 months old rabbits) not there cages;
21.3. the rabbit banned to hold only on grid floors. Cages of at least one third of the floor areas with hard cover and bedding;
21.4. If the rabbits are bred in groups, the size of the group depends on the animal and the degree of its devel variety concerned (including behavioral characteristics, but one per cage is allowed to hold no more than 25 animals);
21.5. rabbit hostels provide at least the following minimum floor area per animal: m2-breeding animals; m2-females with trusēn; m2-jauntruš and fattening rabbits, keeping them in groups;
21.6. According to rabbit breed provides the optimum height of cages: 21.6.1. not less than 0.5 m-small breeds;
21.6.2. not less than 0.7 m – medium and large breeds;
21.7. every four months rabbit runs, cages and shelters completely cleansed, disinfected and the Moon released from animals;
21.8. If holding vaccinated against myxomatosis and rabbit hemorrhagic sep ticēmij, by practicing veterinarian. 22. From the deer, wild boar and rabbit derivatives packaged, transported and stored in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 (iii) to the requirements of the law. IV. the ostrich, pheasant, pigeon, quail for meat and products derived thereof 23. Ostriches, pheasants, pigeons, pai pal and Pro products obtained therefrom shall be marketed with a reference to "organic farming" where: 23.1. these birds incubated in organic farm;
23.2. the birds of the organic farm: 23.2.1. imported ostriches-and 60 days of age, and they raised under these rules requirements at least Kuma 10 months;
23.2.2. quail, pheasants, pigeons-up to three days of age, and they are raised according to the requirements of this regulation, at least: weeks-production; six weeks-for production of eggs. 24. Where a herd composed the first time or it renewed and the provisions referred to in paragraph 23 under these provisions raised birds are not available, the control authority may authorize the holding of conventional breeding farmed birds. These birds are disposed of without the indication "organic farming". 25. the Ostrich, pheasant, pigeons and quail meat meals in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part B, point 4. 26. the ostrich, pheasant, meat pigeons and pai of the minimum slaughter age pal is: 26.1.12 months-ostrich;
26.2. the 30-day-meat pigeons;
26.3. the five-month pheasant;
26.4.42 days-quail. 27. the Ostriches, pheasants and pigeons in cages to be prohibited. This from sacījum does not apply to quail. 28. the ostrich, pheasant, meat pigeons and pai pal site total area does not exceed 1600 m2. 29. Ostrich shed provides: 18.1. ceiling height-3.0-3.2 m;

29.2. at least the following minimum floor area: 29.2.1. four to 90 days old ostrich-0.25-1.2 m2;
29.2.2. ostriches, which are older than 90 days-10 m2. 30. the ostriches enables you to stay outside, which is: the longer side is 30.1.60 m; 30.2. maximum fence mesh size 55 x 55 mm does not exceed 31. If ostriches are reared in groups one group there, not more than 40 ostrich. 32. the quail shed provides at least the following minimum floor area: m2-up to three weeks old pai pal; m2-three to eight weeks old quail; m2-about eight weeks earlier, quail. 33. Pheasant and pigeons bred yards with ensuring perchery: 33.1.1 m3 to the minimum area for pheasants; m2 the minimum floor area of pigeon meat. 34. Meat pigeon and pheasant yards shall be the anvil and the socket base. 35. the products obtained from the birds go in the summer, transported and stored in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91, in annex II. V. fish, cancer, shellfish farming for the purpose of artificially created bodies of water and their products of order 36. Fish, crayfish, molluscs (further-aquaculture animals) and the products obtained from them realizing "organic farming" where: body used the area 36.1. for at least a year, in accordance with the legislation on organic production monitoring and control procedures of Regulation 2092/91 annex I, part A;
36.2. the aquaculture animals are raised according to the requirements of this regulation not less than two-thirds of his life. 37. the aquaculture animals forbidden to grow basins, reservoirs or containers that are made of artificial materials (e.g. concrete and polyester), with the exception of the provisions referred to in paragraph 38. 38. the aquaculture animals are allowed to hold from artificial materials prepare basins: 38.1. follow-on formulae for young: karpveidīg fish fry 38.1.1.-up to 8 weeks of age;
38.1.2. lašveidīg fish fry-up to 12 weeks of age;
38.1.3. juvenile cancer-up to 12 weeks of age;
38.2. If those animals destined for disposal and are not fed. 39. The aquaculture animals, artificial dzimumnobriešan and stimulus of development of gametes be prohibited from using hormones. 40. If the breeding material produced according to these provisions, is not available, then the authorities permit may buy conventional breeding material. 41. Triploīd and genetically modified animals prohibited in aquaculture grow as organic products. 42. it is prohibited to make the artificial gender in aquaculture animals. 43. nutrition in aquaculture animals use feed, which consists of: 43.1. organic produce raw materials;
43.2. the raw material obtained in biological ponds in which aquaculture animals are reared. 44. The aquaculture animal nutrition shall be prohibited to use: 44.1. growth regulators;
44.2. appetite for stimulētāj;
27.5. antioxidants;
27.6. preservatives;
27.7. colours;
27.7. urea;
44.7. amino acids;
27.8. feed and feed additives that contain genetically modified organisms or in the manufacture of which they are used;
27.9. conventional feed and antibiotics;
44.10. feed derived from the same species of aquaculture animals. 45. If you need additional follow-on formulae may be used according to the requirements of these provisions and the cultivation of aquaculture animal protein derived from other aquaculture species, which constitute up to 50% of the mass of the animal concerned. 46. The Operator shall, in accordance with veterinary law and in cooperation with practising veterinarians provide infectious disease control and surveillance measures. 47. The Operator shall be notified immediately to the veterinarian practicing on the aquaculture animal sudden death or multiple simultaneous presence of aquaculture animals, as well as suspected cases with infectious diseases. 48. the aquaculture animals Sick provides veterinary care and the use of the veterinary medicinal product, the Regulation No 2092/91-B da referred to in paragraph 5 of the terms. 49. The pond used to disinfect quicklime and ultraviolet radiation. The only drained pools sanitized. 50. The pond in fertilizer use in organic farming in solid manure, but not more than 25 kg of nitrogen per tīrviel for the body of water used per hectare of area. 51. aquaculture animals and products obtained therefrom are transported in accordance with the laws of the ņā veterinary requirements for aquaculture animals and products from aquaculture. 52. the rearing of aquaculture animals and transporting prohibited from using hormones, stimulants, and sedative. 53. the aquaculture animals 48 hours before shipping not fed. 54. the aquaculture animals Before killing stunned and immediately killed. 55. the rearing of aquaculture animals for the equipment used the resulting changes are removed mechanically or with flame. Vi. the wild plants, fungi and their procedures for the circulation of products 56. Wild herbs, mushrooms and products obtained from those exercises marked "organic farming", if the harvesting of plants used for the area's respected transition period of 36 months of Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part A, paragraph 4, and the requirements of fas, transported and stored in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 annex III. 57. The transitional period may shorten or extend the inspection body in accordance with Regulation No 2092/91 annex I, part A, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4... 58. Wild plants and mushrooms collected in the possession of the operator or the legal possession of existing forests or agricultural and land-use areas. 59. The Operator shall provide the inspection body proof that harvesting for wild plants and mushrooms are not included in the regulatory provision concerning specially protected and limited to use specially protected species. 60. Wild plants and mushrooms collection, specially protected natural territories is subject to the rules and regulations on the specially protected natural areas, protection and use. 61. If an operator intends to process the wild product harvested in the area with fertilizer, soil improvers, plant protection products, other than those referred to in Regulation No 2092/91, annex II, he shall notify the control authority not later than four weeks before the scheduled treatment. 62. for disinfecting equipment and utensils used in the motor or flame, as well as the resources referred to in Regulation No 2092/91, annex II. VII. final question 63. Be declared unenforceable: 39.2. Cabinet of Ministers of 24 august 2004, Regulation No 738 "requirements for organic farming of rabbits, holding, slaughter and transportation" (Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 136);
39.3. The Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005 rules No. 197 "rules on organic aquaculture animals and products derived therefrom and of the control arrangements" (Latvian journal, 2005, nr. 49). Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of Agriculture m. rose