Feed Sampling Procedure

Original Language Title: Dzīvnieku barības paraugu ņemšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 358 in Riga, 24 May 2005 (pr. No 31 30) feed sampling procedures issued pursuant to the law of animal feed chain 30. the third paragraph of article 1. animal feed sampling procedures. 2. the rules shall have the following terms: 2.1. animal feed lots — quantities of animal feed, forming one unit and with the same characteristics;
2.2. feed sample-feed quantity taken from a single batch of animal feed;
2.3. the overall feed samples: a set of feed samples taken from the same batch of animal feed;
2.4. the reduced sample of animal feed: the feed samples that characterizes the overall feed samples and for more, reducing the overall feed samples;
2.5. a final sample of animal feed, a part of the reduced sample of animal feed or a portion of the uniform or homogenized aggregate sample of animal feed, the feed the batch from which it was derived. 3. to make animal feed quality and the composition of the official animal feed inspection, sampling the food and veterinary service officer (hereinafter Inspector) in accordance with these rules. 4. the taking of samples of animal feed used equipment that meets the following requirements: 4.1.ir made from such materials, to feed the model, taking it from being infected;
4.2.ir clean and dry. 5. take samples of animal feed as follows: 5.1 with a shovel, which has a flat base and vertical edges;
5.2. using the probe, which has a long split or compartments. Probe dimensions correspond to the feed lot conditions from which the sample (for example, the depth of the tank, the size of the bag), and feed particle sizes;
5.3. using the divider for feed samples for allocating equal parts;
5.4. mechanical, using a mechanical sampling equipment. 6. The reduced feed look gu and the final animal feed samples prepared using a divisor. 7. The required number of samples of animal feed and size specified in annex 1 of these rules. 8. From each feed batch having the overall feed samples in accordance with the provisions of annex 1. 9. Combining and reducing the overall feed samples, obtain a final sample of animal feed. At least one final sample of animal feed. 10. throughout the animal feed evenly distribute substances or products for testing animal feed samples are taken at random from different locations and approximately equal amounts from each site. 11. Non-packaged samples of animal feed as follows: 11.1. According to this provision of the annex 1, table 1 (1) of the lot from which the sample is visually divided in equal shares;
11.2. samples shall be taken at random from different positions and at least one sample from each part;
11.3. take samples of animal feed during loading or unloading, if otherwise is not technically possible to do this. 12. Packed in animal feed samples are as follows: appropriate those provisions 12.1. table 1 of the annex 1 paragraph 2 defines the required number of packages and with shovels or probe a sample of the contents of the package;
12.2. the sample shall be taken after emptying of each individual package, if otherwise is not technically possible to do this. 13. Smooth or homogenizējam liquid or moist feed look gus takes the following: 13.1. According to this provision, table 1 of annex 1 of paragraph 3 to determine the required number of containers and take samples from each container;
13.2. If necessary, homogenize mixed animal feeds. 14. homogenizējam liquid or moist samples of animal feed as follows: 14.1. According to this provision, table 1 of annex 1 of paragraph 3 determines the number of containers required and samples from different levels in the tank;
14.2. the total volume of the sample is not less than 10 litres;
14.3. samples containers during emptying, otherwise do not technically possible. In that case, the samples taken from the tank contains the top level. 15. samples of animal feed from the feed block or minerals taken under this provision, briquettes of table 1 of annex 1 of 4. 16. throughout the animal feed is not evenly distributed of undesirable substances or products (such as aflatoxin, black rye grain) examination of each part having samples of animal feed, mixed and under this provision table 2 of annex 1 to obtain a certain number of common feed samples, which are used in animal feed for each share of origin determination. 17. the final animal feed samples obtained, the total samples of animal feed to reduce weight or volume set this provision table 2 of annex 1. 18. The Inspector shall be drawn up in at least three final samples of animal feed and draws up the feed sampling protocol (annex 2). 19. Each final feed samples packed separately and sealed so that the package cannot be opened without damaging the seal. 20. One final feed samples for investigation of national veterinary diagnostic center or under its authority the regional laboratory. The other two final feed samples remain in the place of sampling. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 20 July 1970 directive 70/373/EEC on the introduction of Community methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of feedingstuffs;
2) first Commission 1 March 1976 Directive 76/371/EEC on the Community methods for the determination of official controls of feedingstuffs for the sampling. Prime Minister a. Minister of Agriculture Halloween — Minister of the ER ivry annex 1: Cabinet 24 May 2005 a Regulation No 358 the required number of samples of animal feed and volume 1. throughout the animal feed evenly distributed testing of substances or products. table 1 no PO box feed batch size minimum or receptacles, or the number of packages to be sampled overall feed samples in the final feed samples 1. Loose animal feed 500 g 1.1. up to 2.5 tons seven 4 kg 1.2. more than 2.5 tonnes 20 times larger than the number of dzīvniekubarīb tons in the lot from which the samples, up to a maximum of 40 4 kg 2. Packaged feedingstuffs 2.1 packages that is more than 1 kg: 4 kg 2.1.1.1-4 packages each packaging-2.1.2.5-16 packages four-2.1.3. more than 16 packages number of packages feed lot from which the samples, up to a maximum of 20 packs-2.2 packages weighing 1 kg or less four of four original packaging weight 3. liquid or moist feed 500 ml containers of 3.1. with a capacity greater than 1 litre: 4 l 3.1.1.1-4 tanks from each container – 3.1.2.5-16 tank four – 3.1.3. more than 16 tanks the number of packages in the lot for animal feed from which the samples, up to a maximum of 20 packs-3.2. tanks with a capacity of less than 1 litre four four of the original tank capacity 4. feed blocks and minerals from each briquette 25 units one block or the composition a maximum of 4 blocks or 4 briquettes – 500 g 4.1 1 kg each and more – 4 kg 4.2 each weigh less than 1 kg, four of the original block or pellets weighing 2. throughout the animal feed is not evenly distributed of undesirable substances or products (such as aflatoxin, black rye grain). 2. table no PO box feed batch size minimum sample size total feed sample final sample of animal feed 1. Loose animal feed not less than 500 g 1.1. up to 2.5 tons up to 1 tonne – seven 1 1.2. more than 2.5 tonnes 20 times greater than the number of tonnes of animal feed in the lot from which the samples, up to a maximum of 40 1-10 tonnes, 10-40 tonnes of 2-3 more than 40 tons, 4 2. Packaged feedingstuffs 2.1 packages from 1-4 each package 1 2.2.5-16 packages four 2.3. more than 16 packages number of packages feed lot from which the samples, up to a maximum of 20 packs 200 packages-2 17-201-800 packages – more than 3 800 packages – 4 note. If the resulting number is a fraction, it will be rounded to the next whole number.
Minister of agriculture, Minister of the ER ivry annex 2 Cabinet 24 May 2005 a Regulation No 358, Agriculture Minister Interior Minister er ivry