Breeds Of Farm Animals, Semen, Ova And Embryos Of Issue Of The Certificate Of Origin Of The Order

Original Language Title: Šķirnes lauksaimniecības dzīvnieka, tā spermas, olšūnas un embrija izcelsmes sertifikāta izsniegšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 419 Riga 2014 (July 22. No 40 24) breeds of farm animals, semen, ova and embryos in the procedure for the issue of certificate of origin issued in accordance with the breeding and rearing of animals article 11 of the law on the second part of rule 1 defines the breed livestock and semen, ova and embryos (referred to as breeding material) in which the certificate of origin and arrangements for the issue of certificates of origin. 2. in order to receive the certificate of origin, variety or livestock breeding material holder (hereinafter referred to as the holder) shall submit to breed livestock breeders ' organisation (hereinafter referred to as the Organization) applications of paper or electronic document. The application shall specify: 2.1 varieties or livestock breeding material identification number; 2.2. Dna analysis results, showing cattle, horses, sheep and goat breeders. 3. Dna analysis results for inclusion in the national information system, "agricultural data centre information system" the analyst or owner within seven working days after the results of the acquisition or receipt in the laboratory where the DNA analysis performed in foreign countries, the agricultural data centre. 4. the Organization's in the month following receipt of the application to evaluate varieties and livestock breeding, as well as the origin of the material shall prepare and issue to the owner a certificate of origin. The certificate of origin adds variety and breeding livestock marketing materials. 5. In Latvia, for sale or imported breed cattle, horses, swine, sheep and goats (animals of the variety), as well as breeding material originating in the certificate or other documents accompanying the show: 5.1. data on breeding animals or animals obtained from breeding material: 5.1.1 species; 5.1.2. the variety; 5.1.3. the word (bovine, porcine, ovine and caprine animals may not be specified); 5.1.4. gender; 5.1.5. date of birth; 5.1.6. the book number or mark in the book, if the animal is registered in a herd-book; 5.1.7. the identification number; 5.1.8. the owner, the address; 5.1.9. the keeper, its address; 5.1.10. the outbreak for at least three generations (parents and grandparents, date of birth, the book number or identification number); 5.1.11. the pigs – the genetic type and line entering from a country which is not a Member State of the European Union; 5.1.12. the pregnant animal, the date of insemination or natural mating during its breeding period and the identification number under which the animal is inseminated, if the certificate is not attached to other documents containing this information; 5.1.13. varieties of animals, its parents and grandparents, the results of the assessment of genetic value, or if the animal has already been assessed (may indicate genomic test results or Web site address, which can be found in the genetic evaluation results or value); 5.1.14. the name of the issuing authority; 5.1.15. date and place of issue; 5.1.16. issuing of the authorised person of the name, position and signature (electronic document in the form of certificates of origin drawn up – check that the document has been digitally signed with a secure electronic signature, and contains a time stamp); 5.2. data on breeding material: 5.2.1 identification of breeding material, and the date of collection; 5.2.2. container identification; 5.2.3. the breeding material preparation and storage center name and address; 5.2.4. the breeding material, the name and address of the beneficiary; 5.2.5. of semen; 5.2.6. the number of ova there, where there is more than one ovum from one and the same females; 5.2.7. number of embryos there, if there is more than one embryo in a single straw from the same parents; 5.2.8. the analytical results, showing cattle, horses, sheep and goat breeding background from which the breeding material (blood analysis or DNA analysis). 6. the particulars in the certificate of origin may be included in other accompanying documents (for example, ciltskartīt of the animal, the horse's passport or veterinary health certificate). It confirms with a signature and seal, and accompanying documents referred to the meaning of these regulations be deemed the certificate of origin. 7. For sale or from a Member State of the European Union in Latvia does not assess imported breed bulls semen certificate of origin in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 5, the data indicate the name and address of the organization which is responsible for the inspection. 8. Import into Latvia does not evaluate the breeding animal semen from a non-Member State of the European Union allowed in quantities required for the Organization to carry out the evaluation of breeding animals. 9. In Latvia, for sale or import a variety of fur, rabbit, wild species, which are kept in a restricted area of the output production (wild animals), poultry and honey bee (APIs mellifera l.) mothers, as well as wild animal breeding material shall indicate in the certificate of origin data certifying their origin. 10. a certificate of origin Issued by the organisation of the logs or electronically, specifying the date of issue of the certificate, a variety of farm animals and breeding material identification number, and the person to whom the certificate is issued. 11. As indicated in the certificate of origin responsible for the accuracy of data the organization that issued the certificate. 12. Up to July 1, 2016. the genetic father and mother origin represents: 12.1 the imunoģenētisk previously made cattle-test if one of the genetic parents wound up; 12.2. horses-ciltskartīt, if one of the genetic parents wound up or is not in the territory of Latvia. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 19 December 1988, Directive 88/661/EEC on the zootechnical standards applicable to breeding animals of the porcine species; 2) Council of 30 May 1989 directive 89/361/EEC on pure-bred breeding sheep and goats; 3) Council 26 June 1990 directive 90/427/EEC on the zootechnical and genealogical conditions governing intra-Community trade in equidae; 4) Council of 25 March 1991 Council Directive 91/174/EEC laying down zootechnical and pedigree requirements for the marketing of pure-bred animals and amending Directives 77/504/EEC and 90/425/EEC; 5) Council of 23 June 1994, of Directive 94/28/EC laying down the principles relating to the zootechnical and genealogical conditions applicable to imports from third countries of animals, their semen, ova and embryos, and amending Directive 77/504/EEC on pure-bred breeding of the species of the genus Bull; 6) Council of 30 November 2009. directive 2009/157/EEC on pure-bred breeding animals of the bovine species. 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