Rules On Authorised Additives In Feedingstuffs And Bioproteīn And Their Life Agenda

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par atļautajām dzīvnieku barības piedevām un bioproteīniem un to aprites kārtību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 471, Riga, 13 June 2006 (pr. No 32 19. §) rules on authorised additives in feedingstuffs and bioproteīn and their life order Issued pursuant to the law of animal feed 15. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the permitted additives in feedingstuffs and bioproteīn and their life. 2. the rules shall not apply to: a substances and substances 2.1 preparations, used to produce a particular technological objective of animal feed or feed ingredients or processing, and which produces residues in the final product. These residues may not pose risk to human or animal health and the environment, as well as technological effect on the finished product;
2.2. in the case of veterinary medicinal products, with the exception of coccidiostats when used as feed additives. II. Additives in feedingstuffs 3. Redistribute and use only the European Commission authorised feed additives, in accordance with the Parliament and Council of 22 September 2003 Regulation No 1831/2003/EC on animal nutrition additives used (hereinafter Regulation No 1831/2003/EC) article 17 of the published register of additives in animal nutrition (hereinafter register of additives in animal nutrition) in electronic form is available on the European Commission's health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General website on the internet. The Ministry of Agriculture website on the internet is the reference to the European Commission's website published the register of additives in animal nutrition. 4. Allow the presence of additives in animal nutrition control laboratory, analyzing animal feed additives, premixtures, compound feedingstuffs or, if necessary, the animal feed ingredients. 5. to feed additives not adversely affect human or animal health or the environment, nor harm the consumer by impairing the quality of foodstuffs of animal origin, comply with the use of additives in animal nutrition. 6. Feed additives may be used only for scientific research purposes, if they are not mentioned in 6.1: animal feed additive register;
6.2. it is not allowed to use certain animal species or age groups;
6.3. the higher doses than animal feed additive. 7. food and veterinary service (hereinafter service) monitors this provision of paragraph 6, scientific studies and controlled to such a feed additive is not got into the animal feed chain. 8. the feed additive, the minimum and maximum allowed quantity has been calculated, assuming that the full feed moisture is 12%. 9. If the animal feed materials already includes a feed additive in animal feed, the total quantity of additives in animal feed may not exceed in the mixture of additives in animal nutrition register maximum allowable quantity. 10. Additives in feedingstuffs and premixtures distributed only the manufacturer's original packaging. 11. Premixtures and feed production may use more feed additives, if the ingredients of the mixture are not mutually desired physical, chemical or biological exposure and if it is necessary to achieve the specific objectives of the scan. 12. If supplementary dilute as indicated in the instructions for use, feed additive in animal feedingstuffs must not exceed the feed additive register maximum allowed quantity of wholesome food. 13. animal feed additives, premixtures and compound feedingstuffs containing additives in feedingstuffs, shall be marked in accordance with Regulation No 1831/2003/EC. 14. Service: 14.1 monitoring the feed of additives, premixtures and feedingstuffs containing premixtures or additives in animal feedingstuffs in conformity with these regulations and Regulation No 1831/2003/EC;
14.2. provide sampling and laboratory identification of additives in animal nutrition. III. Bioproteīn. 15 Bioproteīn used as feed or stir in feedingstuffs as direct or indirect protein sources. 16. Are allowed to produce, distribute and use the bioproteīn or animal feedingstuffs, which is made up of bioproteīn, if they are: 16.1 labels corresponding to the requirements laid down in the annex to these rules and regulations for the labelling of animal feed;
16.2. provides the animal with nitrogen;
16.3. taking into account the conditions of use, do not adversely affect human or animal health or the environment, nor harm the consumer by impairing the quality of foodstuffs of animal origin;
16.4. in controlled laboratory testing. 17. If the bioproteīn are not listed in the annex to these provisions, it must only be used for scientific research. 18. Service monitors the rules referred to in paragraph 17 of scientific studies and controls bioproteīn to come into the animal feed chain. 19. Service monitor bioproteīn and bioproteīn-containing feed for compliance with the requirements of this regulation and provide a sampling of outlets. IV. final question 20. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 6 April 2004, Regulation No 245 "rules of Latvia authorised feed additives, proteins derived from bacteria, yeast (except for the yeast, which cultivated on vegetable or animal origin substrate), algae and mushrooms, the lowest amino acid fermentation by-products, amino acids, salts and amino acids amino acid analogues and their life agenda" (Latvian journal, 2004, 2005 66 no; , 20, 102 no). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 30 June 1982 of Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
2) Commission of 26 July 1984 by Directive 84/443/EEC, amending the annex to Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
3) second Commission of 6 November 1985 Directive 85/509/EEC, amending the annex to Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
4) Commission of 28 October 1986 Directive 86/530/EEC, amending the annex to Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
5) Commission of 24 July 1990 directive 90/439/EEC, amending the annex to Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
6) Commission 29 June 1993 of Directive 93/56/EEC amending Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;

7) Commission 10 July 1995 directive 95/33/EC amending Council Directive 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition;
8) Council of 22 March 1999, Directive 1999/20/EC amending Directives 70/524/EEC concerning additives in feedingstuffs, 82/471/EEC concerning certain products used in animal nutrition, 95/53/EC fixing the principles governing the organisation of official inspections in the field of animal nutrition and 95/69/EC laying down some in the animal feed sector establishments and intermediaries in the approval and registration conditions and procedures;
9) Commission of 23 December 2004, Directive 2004/116/EC amending the annex to Council Directive 82/471/EEC relating to Candida guilliermondii. Prime Minister-economic Minister a. Štokenberg agronomic Minister m. rose, the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 471 authorized bioproteīn product group the product name or product identification of the micro-organism culture substrate (specifications, if required) product of animal species particular instructions 1. Proteins obtained from micro-organisms groups of such bacteria 1.1 1.1.1. Bacteria cultivated on methanol protein product obtained methylotrop for fermentation of methanol in Methylophilus Methylophilus-methylotrop NCIB strain of 10515 methanol, crude protein not less than 68%. Index of reflection, at least 50 pigs calves poultry fish product label or on the packaging indicates:-the name of the product; -crude protein; -crude ash; -fats; -moisture content; -"did not inhale"; -approval number. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates the product feed 1.1.2. Bacteria cultured in natural protein products obtained by the fermentation of the bacterium Methylococc capsulatus (Bath), Alcaligenes acidovoran of Bacillus brevis, Bacillus of the natural gas company ETS. Bacterial cell is in the product does not live in Methylococc capsulatus (Bath) strain NCIMB 11132 acidovoran of the Alcaligenes strain NCIMB 12387 Bacillus brevis strain NCIMB 13288 Bacillus strain NCIMB 13280 of firm natural gas (approximately 91% 5% methane, ethane, propane, 2%, 0.5% 0.5% Isobutane, n-butane, 1% other ingredients), mineral salts of ammonia of not less than 65% of crude protein production pigs from 25 to 60 kg for calves from 80 kg salmon product label or on the packaging indicates :-"protein product obtained by the fermentation of the bacterium Methylococc capsulatus (Bath), Alcaligenes acidovoran of Bacillus brevis, Bacillus of the natural gas company et"; -crude protein; -crude ash; -fats; -moisture content; -the instructions; -maximum levels in feed: 8%, fattening pigs; * 8% calves; * 19% salmon (fresh water); * 33% salmon (sea water); -"did not inhale"; -approval number. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "protein product obtained by the fermentation of bacteria in natural gas"; -the quantity of product in the feed Yeast in 1.2 1.2.1. Yeast nutrient, to animal or vegetable substrates All yeast obtained from column 3 and 4 mentioned microorganisms and substrates. Yeast cells in the product is dead Saccharamyc carlsbergiens of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by kluyveromyces lactis kluyveromyces fragile by Candida guilliermondii molasses, alcohol industry by-products, corn and starch containing products, fruit juices, whey, lactic acid and hydrolyzed vegetable fibre.
 
All animal species molasses, a by-product of the alcohol industry, the cereals and starch containing products, fruit juices, whey, lactic acid and hydrolyzed vegetable fibre, at least 16% of the dry matter production pigs 1.2.2. Yeast, which are cultivated on substrates other than those referred to in point 1.2.1 of this annex 1.3. Algae 1.4. Lower mushrooms products obtained, producing antibiotics fermentation method with spawn-wet by-products from the production of penicillin, inactive with Lactobacillus plantarum, brevis , say, collenoid and Streptococcus lactis to inactivate penicillin and heat-treated nitrogen mixtures of Penicillium chysogen ATCC 48271 different carbohydrate sources and their hydrolysates nitrogen expressed as crude protein not less than 7%, Ruminant pigs product label or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "of Mycelium silage obtained in the production of penicillin"; -nitrogen expressed as crude protein,; -crude ash; -moisture content; -animal species or categories; -approval number. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates "Spawn of the silage obtained in the production of penicillin" non-protein nitrogenous compounds ammonium salts 2.1 2.1.1. ammonium lactate produced by fermentation with Lactobacillus bulgaricus CH3CHOHCOONH4 whey nitrogen expressed as crude protein not less than 44%, ruminants, from the start of rumination processes, product label or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "Ammonium lactate derived from fermentation"; -nitrogen expressed as crude protein,; -crude ash; -moisture content; -animal species or category. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "Ammonium lactate derived from fermentation"; -the quantity of product in feedingstuffs; -the percentage of crude protein provided by non protein nitrogen. Indicate in the instructions for use for each animal species or category of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration of feed 2.1.2. Ammonium acetate aqueous Ammonium acetate CH3COONH4, in not less than 55% in ruminants, the start of rumination processes, product label or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "Ammonium acetate"; -nitrogen and moisture content; -animal species or category. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "Ammonium acetate"; -the quantity of product in feedingstuffs; -the percentage of crude protein provided by non protein nitrogen. Indicate in the instructions for use for each animal species or category of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily feed ration 2.1.3. Ammonium sulphate solution (NH4) 2SO4 ammonium sulphate, not less than 35% came from non-rumination processes

Product label or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "ammonium sulfate"; -nitrogen and moisture content; -animal species. New product feed for ruminants should not mix the mixture more than 0.5%. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates:-the indication "ammonium sulfate"; -the quantity of product in feedingstuffs; -the percentage of crude protein provided by non protein nitrogen. Instructions for use:-for each animal species or category of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily feed intake. New product feed for ruminants should not mix the mixture more than 0.5% 2.2. Products obtained by producing amino acids with the fermentation method 2.2.1. Concentrated liquid by-product of the production of L-glutamic acid by fermentation with Corynebacterium melassecol ammonium salts and other nitrogen compounds sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates nitrogen expressed as crude protein not less than 48%,. Moisture not more than 28% in ruminants when rumination processes the product label or on the packaging indicates:-the indication ' by-products from the production of L-glutamic acid "; -nitrogen expressed as crude protein,; -crude ash; -moisture content; -animal species or categories; -approval number. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates:-the percentage of crude protein provided by non protein nitrogen. Indicate in the instructions for use for each animal species or category of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily feed ration 2.2.2. Concentrated liquid L-lysine production by fermentation with Brevibacterium by-products lactofermentum ammonium salts and other nitrogen compounds sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates nitrogen expressed as crude protein not less than 45% in ruminants, from the start of rumination on the labelling of Products or processes on the package shall state:-the indication "L-lysine production by-products"; -nitrogen expressed as crude protein,; -crude ash; -moisture content; -animal species or categories; -approval number. The labelling of compound feedingstuffs or on the packaging indicates the percentage of crude protein provided by non protein nitrogen. Indicate in the instructions for use for each animal species or category of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration of Food Agriculture Minister m. rose