Poultry And Hatching Egg Movement Order

Original Language Title: Mājputnu un inkubējamo olu aprites kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 302, Riga 2004 April 13 (Mon. No 21 52. § poultry and hatching eggs) of the movement order Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law of veterinary medicine of i. General questions 1. determines the veterinary requirements: 1.1 poultry (hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and ostrich (Ratita)) that are reared or kept with a view to the renewal of the livestock, meat or eggs or food for the taking of game resource renewal and hatching eggs;
1.2. poultry and hatching eggs to trade with European Union Member States and non-Member States of the European Union (hereinafter third countries). 2. the rules shall not apply to poultry and hatching eggs intended for exhibitions, shows or contests. 3. Eggs for hatching poultry eggs intended for Chick, they are classified according to species, category and type of poultry, and is marked in accordance with the requirements of this regulation. 4. On the day-old chicks, poultry considered juveniles younger than 72 hours old, not yet fed, except the Muscovy ducks (Cairina moschata) or their crosses chickens, which are allowed to feed, and ostrich (Ratita) chicks that are not allowed to feed five nights. 5. the chicks (poultry babies whose weight does not exceed 185 grams), except for the ostrich (Ratita) chicks, divided into the following categories: 5.1 productive chicks: 5.1.1 to sexual maturity and slaughtered pigs for the attainment of chicks or broilers;
5.1.2. the acquisition of laying hens and eggs intended for the production of food for chicks;
5.1.3. This provision, 5.1.1 and 5.1.2. chicks referred to for eggs or meat for food;
5.2. the parent flock chickens for useful for the production of utility chicks;
5.3. grandparent stocking chicks intended for breeding poultry. 6. Breeding poultry are birds, older than 72 hours for hatching eggs. 7. Productive poultry are birds, older than 72 hours that are raised for meat or eggs or food for the taking of game resources. 8. Slaughter poultry are birds destined for slaughter and the slaughter is to be made 72 hours after they are sent to the slaughterhouse. 9. Poultry Flock is a collection of birds that have the same health status, they are kept in one room or one in a closed area, which constitutes a single unit epizootiological. As regards the premises kept poultry herd includes all birds that have a common air space. 10. Storage is a facility where grown or breeding or productive poultry there and which are included in individual companies. 11. the company is a facility or part of the territory, which is located in one place and is used for: 11.1. hatching eggs for acquisition of breeding poultry restocking (breed poultry production company);
11.2. obtaining of the hatching eggs for restocking of productive poultry (poultry company);
11.3. for the production of chicks: 11.3.1. varieties for the production of poultry chicks until they reach breeding maturity (breed poultry rearing establishment);
11.3.2. productive poultry rearing until their laying season (productive poultry rearing establishment);
11.4. chicks hatching and day-old chicks (or incubation of eggs in the incubator for shop). 12. in paragraph 11 of these rules the following companies, which are registered in the laws on animal, herd and the recording of holdings and identification of the animals in a fixed order and within the food and veterinary service supervision, allowed to obtain and distribute poultry, hatching eggs, as well as restore the game resources. 13. in paragraph 11 of these rules these companies claim to trade with Member States of the European Union, the food and veterinary service assessed and recognised in accordance with the provisions of chapter II or III requirements and allocate them a registration number. 14. The food and veterinary service in recognition of the company terminated if: 14.1. these provisions are not complied with in chapters II and III requirements;
14.2. suspected Newcastle disease or avian influenza outbreak in the company;
14.3. the company reached the poultry or hatching eggs from an establishment that is found on the suspicion of Newcastle disease or avian influenza outbreaks or found the outbreak of communicable diseases;
14.4. the company there is the possibility of poultry infected with Newcastle disease or avian influenza agents from other companies with related companies;
14.5. The food and veterinary service officer (the officer) at the time of the first inspection company finds the following: 14.5.1. laboratory studies in salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae) or mikoplazmoz (m. gallisepticum, m. meleagridis) is found suspicious. The registration number of the company can be restored, if repeated in the laboratory investigations have found negative results;
14.5.2. non-compliance with these rules laid down in chapter II or III;
14.5.3. the company implemented by the food and veterinary service of the harmonised animal infectious disease (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae, m. gallisepticum, m. meleagridis) control plan and make adjustment process;
14.5.4. the company is not in the food and veterinary service monitoring and control. 15. food and veterinary service company recognition withdrawn if: 15.1 contains outbreaks of avian influenza or Newcastle disease;
15.2. repeated in laboratory studies have found salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae) or mikoplazmoz (m. gallisepticum, m. meleagridis;)
15.3. the officials repeated during the inspection company: 15.3.1 found deficiencies or non-compliance with the provisions of chapter II or III;
15.3.2. have not been created and implemented by the food and veterinary service of the harmonised animal infectious disease (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae, m. gallisepticum, m. meleagridis) control plan;
15.3.3. the company is not in the food and veterinary service monitoring and control. 16. food and veterinary service company recognition renewed if: 16.1. following outbreaks of avian influenza or Newcastle disease for at least 21 days have elapsed and the infected birds shed is culled and destroyed, but infected storage — washed and disinfected;
16.2. by salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae) outbreak infected avian Flock is culled, accommodation and disinfected and washed two times (at intervals of not less than 21 days) with negative laboratory studies on the presence of a herd of salmonellosis;
16.3. after mikoplazmoz (m. meleagridis, m. gallisepticum) outbreak two times (at intervals not less than 60 days) with negative laboratory studies on the presence of mikoplazmoz flock. 17. food and veterinary service of the European Commission to provide written information about: 17.1. measures taken to organize the company recognised in accordance with the requirements of these regulations before the export of the products to the Member States of the European Union;
17.2. In Latvia the existing recognized businesses, including their approval number, address and name. Information concerning any changes in the list of recognised companies, food and veterinary service renewed and sent every quarter. 18. the companies, which are not recognised in accordance with the provisions of chapter II or III requirements and has been found defective or did not comply with the requirements of this regulation, draw up a development plan shall be submitted to the food and veterinary service of Central Administration. 19. These provisions make the supervision and control of the food and veterinary service. Companies in the food and veterinary service shall carry out controls in the following order: 19.1. at least once a year check the compliance officer of the hygiene requirements and controls their operation;
19.2. the inspection company data registration system, the accumulated information and bird health monitoring data. II. Requirements for poultry breeding, poultry rearing and rearing Enterprise recognition 20. Breed poultry, poultry breeding and rearing establishments (except for the incubation of a workshop): 20.1. equipment the manufacturing process adequate premises in which prevent animal infectious disease spread, and, if there's been an outbreak of infectious diseases, the layout of the premises and layout contributes to the fight against infectious diseases;
20.2. ensure the separation of poultry by species, if the company cultivates more species of poultry;
20.3.-the equipment so as to be able to perform hygiene (cleaning, washing, disinfection) measures and animal health control;
20.4. the layout of the premises chosen depending on the type of production which allow the smoothly washed and disinfected. Poultry and hatching eggs intended for vehicles washed and disinfected in separate premises or a special place designed for that purpose;
20.5. poultry rearing period take into account the following principles: the principle of the protection of "farming" and "everything is full, everything". Washing and disinfection operations are carried out before each renewal of the herd or before a new batch of chicks of insertion. 21. Breed poultry, poultry breeding and rearing grown in the company:

21.1. the same company for poultry;
21.2. poultry or chicks, which were brought from another recognized organization;
21.3. in accordance with these terms from third countries imported poultry. 22. The owner of the establishment, taking into account the general hygiene rules laid down in the internal rules. Company staff provided with adequate working clothes and visitors-with protective clothing. 23. the company's buildings, facilities and equipment shall be kept clean and in working order. 24. The hatching eggs collected several times a day. They must be clean and after collection immediately disinfected. 25. A business owner or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the official or authorized veterinarian about any changes in behaviour or productivity of the animals, which can cause outbreaks of infectious diseases. If the suspected animal outbreaks of communicable diseases, the official veterinarian shall immediately notify the food and veterinary service territorial veterinary department. 26. Poultry infectious disease diagnosis official samples and send them to the national veterinary diagnostic Center. Poultry infectious disease outbreak, the officer acting in accordance with the law on animal disease prevention and eradication. 27. A business owner in the company enrollment data system, showing the following information for each poultry Flock: poultry movement 27.1. the company or out of it;
27.2. the productivity and the productivity of poultry;
27.3. the degree of mortality and mortality causes;
27.4. laboratory studies and their results;
17.1. the place of origin of the poultry;
17.1. the destination of eggs. 28. This provision of the information referred to in paragraph 27 of the business owner retains two years after elimination of the herd. 29. If in the laboratory studies finds that rule referred to in annex of infectious diseases of poultry, business owner, or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the food and veterinary service territorial veterinary department. III. Requirements for recognition of an incubator hatching eggs 30 shop built separately from poultry production facilities. Hatching eggs shop premises equipment designed to do the following: 30.1. grading and storage;
30.2. disinfection;
30.3. the action to be taken before incubation;
18.9. incubation;
5. packing of eggs for hatching and preparation before sending them to another company. 31. The egg incubation shop izbūvējam to prevent other birds and rodents from entering and savairošano shop. 32. The egg incubation shop floor and walls built from materials that have long wear period and are washable. 33. The egg incubation facility shall be a natural or artificial lighting and ventilation systems. Natural or artificial lighting shall be so arranged as to ensure good visibility and to meet the needs of the staff, but the ventilation system shall be so arranged as to ensure stable, adequate technological process and smooth temperature and air exchange. 34. The egg incubation facility shall tails collection and removal system. 35. The equipment used for the incubation of the eggs in the shop must be smooth and waterproof. 36. the incubation of the eggs in the workshop process flow creates a one way, preventing inbreeding. The claim relates to hatching eggs to move inventory and operating staff. 37. In the hatchery eggs for incubation, may be made if they are brought from a recognized business or if they have been imported from third countries in accordance with the requirements of this regulation. 38. the owner of the hatchery, in view of the general hygiene rules laid down in the internal rules. Company staff provided with adequate working clothes, but the visitors-with protective clothing. 39. Hatchery buildings and equipment shall be kept clean and in working order. 40. compulsory disinfecting in hatchery is subject: 24.9. the hatching eggs during the period of their incubation, returned to;
40.2. incubator's premises;
40.3. hatchers after each batch of chickens hatching. 41. the owner of the hatchery development company microbiological control plan and the health status of poultry hatchery purity control. 42. the owner of the hatchery or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the official or authorized veterinarian about any changes in behaviour or productivity of the animals, which can cause outbreaks of infectious diseases. The official veterinarian on the suspicion of infectious animal disease outbreak immediately reported to the food and veterinary service territorial veterinary department. 43. to diagnose of poultry infectious disease, the officer shall take a sample and send it to the national veterinary diagnostic Center. Poultry infectious disease outbreak, the officer acting in accordance with the laws and regulations on animal infectious disease prevention and control. 44. the owner of the hatchery data registration system, showing the following information: 44.1. hatching eggs originating company and date of their arrival;
44.2. egg hatching;
44.3. the chicks hatched anomaly;
27.6. laboratory studies and their results;
27.7. the vaccination;
27.7. the number of eggs hatched and the shipping destination;
44.7. old chicks ship destination. 45. This provision of the information referred to in paragraph 44 of the hatchery owner kept two years after hatching egg flock of origin elimination. 46. in laboratory studies found to any of the provisions of this annex in the infectious diseases of poultry hatchery owner or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the food and veterinary service territorial veterinary department. If another company brought the incubation of eggs for hatching process are detected infectious diseases of poultry, hatching eggs associated with the shipping company, owner of the hatchery on infectious disease outbreaks and notify the company of origin of hatching eggs the competent person. IV. Poultry infectious disease control in 47 companies. Company's owner creates poultry infectious disease control programs, which determines the order in which will done: 29.3. salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum) control chickens, turkeys, Guinea fowls, quails, pheasants, partridges and geese, but s. arizonae: turkeys;
47.2. mikoplazmoz (m. gallisepticum) control chickens and turkeys;
47.3. mikoplazmoz (m. meleagridis) control for turkeys. 48. The rules referred to in paragraph 47 of poultry infectious disease control program a business owner with a food and veterinary service. 49. Salmonellosis control program determines the sampling procedures for serological or bacteriological examinations. Samples for laboratory examinations, depending on the circumstances, taken from the blood, delay hatching (poor) chicks, incubators in the stools down, dust, drinking water, as well as having the washings from the walls of the hatchery. 50. Blood sampling for serological studies to identify salmonellosis in poultry flocks (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum) and sampling procedures is determined, in the light of that infectious disease agent distribution in the country and the particular company. A flock of poultry in each point of the test period. 51. Mikoplazmoz control program determines the sampling procedures for serological or bacteriological examinations, as well as day-old chicks and Turkey poults air bag control to determine the presence of inflammation. Samples for laboratory examinations, depending on the circumstances, taken from blood, day-old chicks, Turkey poults, sperm or having to scrape from the trachea, the Cloaca or air bags. 52. agents of Mikoplazmoz (m. gallisepticum, m. meleagridis) control determines the poultry flock avian sampling and rearing laying period. Sampling and laboratory investigations are started before the laying season and it repeats every three months. 53. If in the laboratory studies found suspicious or positive results for presence of salmonellosis or mikoplazmoz herd, these provisions are carried out 15 and 16 in that procedure. The food and veterinary service does not revoke the recognition of the company if the following conditions are met: 53.1. the company consists of several production units, and only in a separate production unit of communicable disease has been found;
53.2. food and veterinary service official has made the inspection, during which are not infectious agent transmission from infected to uninfected production unit;
53.3. the company provides a single common poultry feeding, care and housing. V. trade in poultry and hatching eggs to the 54 Member States of the European Union. The European Union allowed to distribute hatching eggs, day-old chicks, breed poultry or productive poultry by complying with the following requirements: 54.1. it has been recognized and finds food and veterinary service;
54.2. shipment day is not company specific restrictions related to the health status of poultry;

54.3. company is not present in the area, which is definitely of poultry or hatching eggs or distribution limitations have occurred in poultry outbreaks of communicable diseases;
54.4. the birds have been transmitted infectious disease to which poultry is susceptible. 55. prior to the dispatch of hatching eggs to a member of the European Union must meet the following requirements: 55.1. the hatching eggs are derived from poultry for at least six weeks is a food and veterinary service approved establishment;
55.2. poultry from which the hatching eggs are derived have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease with vaccines authorized by the food and veterinary service. The vaccination order food and veterinary service coordinated with the European Commission;
55.3. According to this provision, the procedure set out in paragraph 56 of the officer has carried out inspections in the company, which was established at the time of the offences and the poultry are recognized as clinically healthy;
55.4. hatching eggs are marked;
55.5. hatching eggs have been disinfected in accordance with the food and veterinary service. 56. The officer before hatching eggs export inspection carried out in accordance with one of the following schemes: 56.1. not less than 72 hours prior to the dispatch of hatching eggs of poultry health control. Export of hatching eggs is allowed, if not detected during inspections of poultry showing clinical signs of disease or suspicion that the disease in poultry is not with any of poultry infectious diseases;
56.2. not more than 31 days before the shipment of the poultry health monitoring and the results recorded in the company enrollment system. At least 72 hours prior to hatching eggs export official redo poultry health monitoring and compare the data to previous test results. Export of hatching eggs is allowed, if not during the test suspected cases of poultry or poultry disease in a communicable diseases. 57. the day-old chicks shall be distributed in the European Union if they comply with the rules of origin 54. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 and: 57.1. they are derived from poultry not less than six weeks have found the food and veterinary service approved establishment;
57.2. poultry from which the day-old chicks have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease with vaccines authorized by the food and veterinary service. The vaccination order food and veterinary service coordinated with the European Commission;
57.3. According to this provision, the procedure set out in paragraph 56 of the officer has carried out inspections in the company, which was established at the time of the offences and the poultry are found to be healthy;
57.4. old chicks is not the date of the transmission of infectious diseases found no clinical signs or suspicion of the presence of infectious diseases. 58. Breeding poultry and productive poultry shall be distributed in the European Union if they comply with the rules of origin 54. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 and: 58.1. Since hatching or for not less than six weeks before they have been sending food and veterinary service approved establishment;
58.2. they have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease according to the provisions of section 57.2.;
58.3. not less than 48 hours before sending an official or authorized veterinarian poultry is clinically investigated and those found not infectious disease clinical signs or suspicion of the presence of infectious diseases. 59. poultry for slaughter before leaving to the Member States of the European Union shall meet the following requirements: 59.1. they acquired a company that complies with this provision, paragraph 54;
59.2. The food and veterinary service approved establishment have found since hatching or for at least 21 days prior to export;
59.3. they do not definitely distribution restrictions related to poor health;
59.4. not less than five days before the removal officer has conducted clinical examination of the poultry, which found no infectious disease or suspected presence. 60. the poultry over 72 hours for restocking of game, before leaving to the Member States of the European Union shall meet the following requirements: 60.1. they get at, which is located outside the territory of the community, subject to the restrictions of poultry distribution in relation to outbreaks of infectious diseases of poultry and its control;
60.2. they since hatching or not less than 21 days prior to dispatch have been the food and veterinary service approved establishment;
60.3. them, not less than two weeks to shipping have not had contact with poultry in the establishment;
60.4. those not fixed distribution restrictions associated with poor health status;
60.5. not less than 48 hours before the removal officer has conducted clinical examination of the poultry, which found no infectious disease or suspected presence. 61. the European Union market allowed to distribute poultry and hatching eggs excluding ostrich (Ratita) birds and hatching eggs if their number does not exceed 20 cargo units and poultry and hatching eggs shall meet the following requirements: 61.1. more herds, which they since hatching or for at least three months prior to shipment;
61.2. before sending them is not detected infectious diseases of poultry;
38.1. they have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease in accordance with the provisions of section 57.2.;
61.4. herd does not have specific restrictions on the health status of poultry;
61.5. they get at, which is located outside the territory, in accordance with the requirements of the laws is not subject to restrictions of poultry distribution in relation to outbreaks of infectious diseases of poultry and its control;
61.6. poultry, other than hatching eggs and day-old chicks shall, not later than one month before the exit from the holding have been serologically tested to detect s. pullorum and s. gallinarum antibodies, and the results are negative;
38.3. not later than three months prior to export of day-old chicks and hatching eggs, the herd of origin is serologically tested to detect s. pullorum and s. gallinarum antibodies, and the resulting output of the incidence of infectious diseases in the herd is not higher than 5%. 62. If Latvia are vaccinated poultry against Newcastle disease, prior of poultry or hatching eggs for export to the European Union Member States, which do not practise vaccination of such, comply with the following requirements: 62.1. the procurement of eggs for hatching herds: 62.1.1. poultry shall not be vaccinated against Newcastle disease;
62.1.2. poultry vaccinated using inactivated vaccines;
62.1.3. poultry vaccinated using a live vaccine, provided that vaccination of poultry is carried out not earlier than 30 days before the collection of the hatching eggs;
62.2. "day-old chicks, including chicks intended for restocking wild game resources, not vaccinated against Newcastle disease if: 62.2.1. they originate from hatching eggs satisfying the rule 62.1. the requirements set out in subparagraph;
62.2.2. "day-old chicks are derived separately from chickens, which are obtained by incubating eggs and chicks have been vaccinated under this rule 62.1. the requirements set out in subparagraph;
38.7. breeding and productive poultry process: 62.3.1. poultry shall not be vaccinated against Newcastle disease;
62.3.2. supervision by the official veterinarian, at least 14 days before the poultry are isolated in a separate storage room or quarantined;
62.3.3. not less than 21 days prior to export of poultry housing in space or in quarantine any poultry not coming and not vaccinated against Newcastle disease. Quarantine does not allow other vaccination of poultry;
62.3.4. not less than 14 days before the departure of the poultry random samples for serological studies to detect Newcastle disease antibodies, and the results are negative;
38.8. poultry for slaughter process: 62.4.1. If they have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease, in accordance with the provisions of the procedure set out in subparagraph 62.3.4. the serological investigation of poultry;
62.4.2. If they have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease vaccination shall be carried out not less than 14 days prior to the shipment of poultry and random samples, laboratory examinations, Newcastle virus. 63. where a food and veterinary service, based on the epizootiological data, decides the whole country or in one of its administrative territory do not vaccinate poultry against Newcastle disease or create poultry infectious disease surveillance or eradication programme, the food and veterinary service shall prepare and submit to the European Commission programme which includes the following information: 39.2. poultry infectious disease prevalence in the country or its administrative territory;
39.3. rationale (focus on poultry infectious diseases impact on economic indicators and evaluation of the vaccination policy in terms of cost);
63.3. Description of the geographical area in which the program will be applied;
63.4. company status and assigned to the appropriate category of poultry infectious diseases, as well as companies in the applicable standards and testing procedures of poultry infectious disease control;
63.5. Description program monitoring (control) procedures;

63.6. actions that are applied in the health status of poultry company loss point;
63.7. measures applicable in establishments, if the results of the tests carried out in accordance with the conditions of the programme are positive. 64. before the provisions referred to in paragraph 63 of the program implementation in Latvia or its administrative territory, the following requirements shall be met: 64.1. food and veterinary service sends a confirmation to the European Commission that the State or its administrative territory is the Newcastle slimībasbrīv, specifying the following information: 64.1.1. Newcastle disease last registered outbreak, the State or its administrative territory (the information indicates a historical description of Newcastle disease and its prevalence in a specific territory);
64.1.2. country or its administrative territory of the infectious animal disease surveillance programs, the results obtained in the serological, microbiological or pathological examination;
64.1.3. law on epizootic outbreaks and threats of conventional procedures for reporting certain food and veterinary service, indicating the specific years, since when is the official reporting of outbreaks of Newcastle disease;
64.1.4. period within which the Newcastle disease is carried out in the compulsory State supervision;
64.1.5. the period is prohibited vaccination against Newcastle disease, as well as the national administrative area or the whole country, which administers the said prohibition;
64.1.6. the arguments which demonstrate that the State or its administrative territory remains in Newcastle slimībasbrīv;
64.2. While the European Commission has not approved the program of non-vaccination against Newcastle disease in: 64.2.1. State or its administrative territory is prohibited to vaccinate poultry against the disease for at least 12 months, except the racing pigeons;
64.2.2. at least 12 months before the approval of this programme do not have poultry establishments vaccinated against Newcastle disease, except the racing pigeons;
64.3. breed poultry flock not less frequently than once a year are serologically tested to determine the presence of Newcastle disease agent in the herd. Vi. Poultry and hatching eggs 65. transport of day-old chicks and hatching eggs to be transported: 65.1. single-use containers that are destroyed after use;
65.2. reuse containers provided that before use, wash and disinfect. 66. the transport dumpster inserts in boxes of day-old chicks or hatching eggs derived from the same species, category and type of poultry, or come from the same undertaking. 67. the transport container, stamped, showing the following information: 67.1. a State or its administrative area;
67.2. day-old chicks or hatching eggs originating in the approval number of the establishment;
67.3. day-old chicks or hatching eggs;
41.9. poultry species. 68. the day-old chicks or hatching eggs may be transported in boxes, which placed the containers. On these containers indicate that provision of the information referred to in paragraph 67. 69. Breed poultry and productive poultry are transported in cages or cage. The cage or cage places a bird collected in one company, group them by species, category and type. 70. the transport cages or cages shall be stamped indicating the approval number of the establishment. 71. during transport, the freight is not allowed contact of poultry or hatching eggs come into contact with other birds, except birds that matches a shipment containing a poultry health situation and type of use. Poultry and hatching eggs as soon as possible deliver to the recipient. 72. During transport: 72.1. minimise the possibility of the cages or cages in the external environment to get the droppings and feathers;
cages or cages to 72.2. the vehicle in such a way as to ensure inspection capability;
72.3. selected cage and the cage, which is effectively a wash and disinfect. 73. A vehicle and its equipment, as well as cages, cages or containers, if they are used repeatedly, before transport washed and disinfected in accordance with the food and veterinary service. 74. Poultry and hatching eggs is not permitted through transport of Newcastle disease or avian flu quarantine area, except where it is transported by rail or transit road. 75. before the poultry or hatching eggs for export to the other Member States of the European Union to fill the veterinary health certificate (hereinafter certificate). Certificate reproduced and filled out, under the following conditions: 75.1. the completed certificate shall be signed by the officer;
75.2. the certificate shall be completed on the day of shipment Latvian language and language of the country of destination;
75.3. the expiry date stated on the certificate, which shall not exceed five days;
the certificate shall be drawn up to 75.4. undivided leaves;
75.5. the certificate is one cargo accompanying documents;
75.6. official, signing and stamping the certificate, use the certificate text in a different color. VII. Trade in poultry and hatching eggs arrangements with third countries 76. From third countries authorised to import poultry or hatching eggs, if they are included in the list drawn up by the European Commission, which laid down the list of third countries from which imports into the European Union poultry and hatching eggs. 77. Poultry and hatching eggs authorised to import from third countries if: 77.1. a third State or its administrative territory regulations exist for avian influenza or Newcastle disease for regular reporting of infectious animal disease surveillance the competent institution;
77.2. third country or administrative area is bird slimībasbrīv gripasbrīv or Newcastle;
77.3. non-Member State or its administrative territory, not bird slimībasbrīv gripasbrīv or Newcastle, has specific legislation this poultry infectious disease eradication, which is the equivalent of the European Union's laws and of the procedures laid down. 78. Poultry and hatching eggs for export goods from a third country or administrative area shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by a duly authorized person. 79. the certificate shall be completed, subject to the following conditions: 79.1. be issued of poultry or hatching eggs for shipment of cargo;
79.2. the certificate shall be completed in the official language of the exporting country or in one of the official languages of the European Union;
79.3. shipment accompanied by the original of the certificate;
49.3. on the certificate information must not be misleading and poultry or hatching eggs must satisfy the requirements set out in the certificate;
49.4. the period of validity of a certificate shall not exceed five days;
certificate presented to 79.6. one page;
79.7. certificate for each shipment individually;
79.8. certificate stamped and signed using the certificate text in a different color. VIII. concluding issues 80. Regulations shall enter into force by 1 May 2004. 81. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 23 April 2002, the provisions of no. 166 "birds and hatching eggs of veterinary requirements" (Latvian journal, 2002, nr. 64). Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law resulting from the Council of Europe on 15 October 1990 directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade arrangements with the poultry and hatching eggs in the community and in trade with third countries. Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet of 13 April 2004, regulations No 302 of poultry infectious diseases to be reported to the food and veterinary service of the Minister of Agriculture m. rose