Enzootic Bovine Leucosis Procedure For The Prevention And Fight Against

Original Language Title: Govju enzootiskās leikozes profilakses un apkarošanas kārtība

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/164942

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 707 in Riga in 2007 (on 16 October. No 58 23) officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free agenda of prevention and combat issued in accordance with article 36 of the law on veterinary medicine-i. General questions 1. determined to combat enzootic bovine leukosis bovine animals (hereinafter referred to as the animals). 2. the animal owner or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the food and Veterinary Service Department for territorial: 2.1. animal disease or animals which leads to the suspicion of being infected with enzootic bovine leukosis virus;
2.2. to construct the animals found the lymph nodes or other tissues of the body. 3. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis therapeutic treatment and vaccination against enzootic bovine leucosis is prohibited. 4. Rule out the supervision and control of the food and veterinary service. II. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis prevention and control 5. If in the laboratory studies finds enzootic bovine leukosis, the food and veterinary service adopt a decision which determines the animal owner to comply with the following requirements: 5.1. animals prohibited to move from holding territory, except where the food and veterinary service of the official veterinarian (official veterinarian) or a food and veterinary service am a person (hereinafter referred to as the officers) written permission to send them to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter;
5.2. enzootic bovine leukosis affected (infected) housing animals prohibited to come into contact with animals from other sites;
5.3. with enzootic bovine leukosis sick animals to be destroyed or milk after heat treatment that guarantees for enzootic bovine leukosis, the destruction of the agent, fed to animals on the holding;
5.4. whole milk is sent to the dairy that it is heat treated using techniques that guarantee the officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free agent;
5.5. immediately notify the authorised veterinarian of the service for all animals that are dead or slaughtered enzootic bovine leucosis eradication measures. 6. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis control time slaughtered the meat byproducts and other kautprodukt are allowed to use: 6.1. production of animal feed, or for processing animal waste processing establishments, provided that measures are taken to ensure agents for enzootic bovine leukosis not spread further, and to avoid the risk of contamination of the animal;
6.2. production of food products, if the inspection is not found during changes in the tissue, which is prohibited in the further processing of meat. Food products surfactants used only cooked meat that provides agents for enzootic bovine leukosis. 7. After the officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis diagnosis confirmation officers bovine Passport record that the animal was sick of enzootic bovine leukosis. 8. With enzootic bovine leukosis sick animals are slaughtered and processed in accordance with the procedures set out in the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002, Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption, if during the inspection found that the meat is not authorised for use in food production. 9. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis surveillance and control programme (hereinafter the program) includes the officers and the official veterinarian set of actions officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis free, officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free status of housing, maintenance and cancellation. All in one for animals kept on the holding, regardless of their affiliation, the herd has the same health status. 10. the owner or keeper of the Animal is responsible for the following requirements: 10.1 with enzootic bovine leukosis and the offspring of sick animals sent for slaughter no later than 30 days following the receipt of the information from the official veterinarian or service officials that shed in the animal laboratory studies have found the enzootic bovine leucosis;
10.2. with enzootic bovine leukosis of sick animals for slaughter dispatched by this provision in paragraph 7 entry in the passport of the cattle;
10.3. enzootic bovine leukosis sick animal offspring sent for slaughter following the entry of bovine passport indicating that the animal is slaughtered to combat enzootic bovine leukosis;
10.4. the animals sent for slaughter other animals shed serological test carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 16 or 17 of these requirements, in the laboratory studies to establish that enzootic bovine leucosis is combat, and accommodation is allocated from an officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free status of the sites;
10.5. restocking of animals obtained yards, which are officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis. 11. After the slaughter of the herd and before you restore the officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free accommodation, vehicles, ramps, transition, which were used for the transport of animals or sick animals, which raises the suspicion with enzootic bovine leukosis, as well as the materials, items and containers that had been in contact with sick animals, cleaned, washed and disinfected under the supervision of an official veterinarian. 12. the owner of an animal shall ensure that common characteristics (officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free storage) will not come in contact with animals from a holding which is not recognised as officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis. III. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis surveillance order yards 13. food and veterinary service shed recognised as officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis, if one of the following requirements: 13.1 last 24 months shed any animal has been free of clinically with enzootic bovine leukosis and in this period the results of the laboratory tests for the disease are negative. All animals over 24 months of age, two times the 12-month period at intervals not less than four months, were tested and the results are negative;
13.2. storage in the country or its administrative territory, which are officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis, and in all the yards in the area in the last 24 months in any animal or clinical laboratory has been free with enzootic bovine leukosis. 14. the accommodation remains the officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free status of the sites, if: 14.1 last 24 months shed any animal has been free of clinically with enzootic bovine leukosis and in this period the results of the laboratory examinations on the presence of enzootic bovine leucosis as negative;
14.2. the animals come from a holding which is officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis;
14.3. any animals that reached 24 months of age, with an interval of three years investigating the laboratory for enzootic bovine leukosis, and obtained the test results are negative. Laboratory investigations agents for enzootic bovine leukosis carried out through the opening of the immune reaction of agar gel diffusion, Antigen standardization method or imunofermentatīv method of analysis;
14.4. breeding animals imported in accordance with the legislation on veterinary requirements the ungulates, the movement of animals of the species whose import or in transit through the Republic of Latvia led from third countries (countries that are not Member States of the European Union). 15. Accommodation cancelled officially enzootic-bovine-leukosis-free status if the accommodation: 15.1. clinical or laboratory test results show that the animal disease with enzootic bovine leukosis or have suspicions that the animals are sick;
15.2. failure to comply with any of the provisions referred to in point 14. 16. If the shed while the animals in laboratory studies in relation to enzootic bovine leucosis found positive or suspicious results (based on the information obtained, it is not possible to determine the State of health of the animals as regards enzootic bovine leukosis), or there is at least one suspected animal disease: 16.1. positive reactive animal, as well as its offspring, if it is less than 12 months, sent for immediate slaughter;
16.2. three months after the sick animal and its offspring to slaughter all shed the remaining animals aged over 12 months, serological investigation. Shed not have enzootic bovine leukosis and the storage is considered safe if at least twice with an interval of four months 12 months serological tests with negative results;
16.3. The food and veterinary service organised by the epizootiological studies to detect possible infected sites, where the animals are sick animals with contacts, and serological investigations initiated under this provision in paragraph 16.2. 17. If shed more animals in laboratory studies in relation to enzootic bovine leucosis found positive or suspicious or suspected presence of several animals:

17.1. reaģējošo positive animals and their offspring if they are less than 12 months, sent for immediate slaughter;
17.2. after the slaughter of diseased animals, which contains the rējo older than 12 months, serological investigation. Shed not have enzootic bovine leukosis and the storage is considered safe if at least twice with an interval of four months 12 months serological tests with negative results;
17.3. all other animals leave the holding until after ID 24 months of age. After that the age of animals laboratory investigates under this provision in paragraph 14.3. methods, except when the animals with the officers permission to send for immediate slaughter;
17.4. The food and veterinary service organised by the epizootiological studies to detect possible infected sites, in which the existing contacts with sick animals are animals, and serological investigations initiated under this provision in paragraph 17.2. 18. Laboratory investigations agents for enzootic bovine leukosis carried out detection using this rule 14.3. the bottom point of the investigation risks laborat methods. 19. If the shed is made in laboratory tests for enzootic bovine leukosis agents detection and it is not possible to establish the status of holdings as regards enzootic bovine leukosis, the food and veterinary service shall decide on the appropriate accommodation of animal movement ban. IV. final question 20. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 February 2004 the provisions of no. 85 "enzootic bovine leucosis procedure of prevention and eradication" (Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 27). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 26 June 1964 directives 64/432/EEC on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
2) Council of 17 May 1977 Directive 77/391/EEC introducing Community measures for the eradication of brucellosis, tuberculosis and leucosis in cattle;
3) Council 13 December 1977 Directive 78/52/EEC establishing Community criteria for national plans of bovine brucellosis, tuberculosis and enzootic-bovine-leukosis accelerated eradication. Prime Minister Minister for Agriculture (A). Halloween-Welfare Minister d.-Staķ