The Threat Of An Outbreak Of Avian Influenza Prevention Procedures

Original Language Title: Putnu gripas uzliesmojuma draudu novēršanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 181 in 2007 Riga March 13 (pr. No. 18) the threat of an outbreak of avian influenza prevention order Issued in accordance with article 26 of the law on veterinary medicine in the first part of rule 1 defines the security measures in the poultry yards, to prevent the outbreak of avian influenza threat. 2. the animal owner (holder) or any other person who has contact with poultry or wild birds, immediately notify the food and veterinary service officer (hereinafter Inspector) or the food and veterinary service of the territorial entity (hereinafter referred to as the territorial unit) if poultry is suspected or confirmed in wild birds for avian influenza. 3. If the poultry shed raised poultry for foodstuffs of animal origin and for distribution or reproduction and distribution of poultry, accommodation owner (holder) immediately notify an inspector or a territorial unit in the following cases: 3.1 poultry decreased by more than 20% in the feed or water consumption;
3.2. more than two days of egg production decreased by 5% or more;
3.3. the mortality of poultry within one week more than 3%. 4. Rule out the supervision and control of the food and veterinary service. 5. animal owner (holder) prevent the direct or indirect contact of poultry with wild birds, especially aquatic birds. 6. animal owner (holder) the poultry are kept in a closed room, fenced area or shelter, which enter to prevent wild birds and their excrement, as well as prevents: 6.1 access to feed wild birds intended for the feeding of poultry;
6.2. poultry fill with water from open water bodies, in wild birds. 7. market (also itinerant market), exhibitions, shows, fairs, competitions and other events with poultry or wild birds allowed to organize participation in closed rooms and law on animal competitions, markets, auctions, fairs and other events. 8. The rules are in effect until May 15, 2007. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. rose