Rs 916.307.1 Order From Davis's October 26, 2011 On Production And Put Into Circulation Of Feedingstuffs, Additives Intended For Animal Feed And Foods For Animals (Ordinance On Foodstuffs For Year Book

Original Language Title: RS 916.307.1 Ordonnance du DEFR du 26 octobre 2011 sur la production et la mise en circulation des aliments pour animaux, des additifs destinés à l’alimentation animale et des aliments diététiques pour animaux (Ordonnance sur le Livre des aliments pour an

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916.307.1 order of Davis on the production and entry into service of animal feed, additives intended for animal feed and dietary foods for pets (order on the paper feed, OLALA) October 26, 2011 (status on 1 July 2015) the federal Department of economy, formation and research (Davis), the art. 7, al. 2, 8, 9, al. 1, 11, 15, al. 2, 16, 19, al. 3, 20, 21, al. 2, 25, al. 2 and 3, 27, al. 2, 30, al. 6, 31, al. 1, 32, al. 6, 36, al. 1 and 2, 42, al. 5 and 6, 43, al. 2, 58, al. 1 and 2, and 69 of the order of October 26, 2011 on feed (OSALA) stop: Section 1 raw materials, compound feed and foods for animals art. 1 technical requirements for animal feed technical provisions on impurities and other chemical determinants in animal feed are contained in annex 1.1.

S. first 1amatieres which should not be announced the list of contents for feed animals that should not be advertised figure in annex 1.4.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the Davis of May 15, 2013, in force since 1 Jul. 2013 (2013 1739 RO).

S. 2 substances prohibited or limited for the supply of substances listed in annex 4.1 animals are forbidden or restricted for putting into circulation and use for the purposes of animal feed.

S. 3 controls strengthened 4.2 annex, part 1, contains the list of food for animals whose importation is subject to controls and frequency of checks reinforced according to art. 58 OSALA. It also indicates for each product and origin to consider risk and required frequency.
Feed listed in annex 4.2, part 1, may be imported into Switzerland from countries not members of the European Union (EU) on prior notice by the international airports of Geneva and Zurich.
During the liberation of controlled products, a form of accompaniment according annex 4.2, part 2, to be completed by the supervisory authorities. This form must accompany the product until at the end user.

S. 4 content of additives for animal nutrition subject to the conditions of use laid down in the authorisation, raw materials for food animals and food supplements for animals must not contain additives for animal nutrition which they have been incorporated in proportions corresponding to more than 100 times the maximum level fixed for complete feedingstuffs for animals or five times said content in the case of coccidiostats and histomonostats.
The factor of 100 times the maximum content of additives for animal feed may be exceeded if the composition of the products concerned meet the nutritional destination for which they are provided according to art. 11 OSALA. The terms of use of these foods are contained in the list of destinations for dietary foods according to annex 3.1.

New term according to chapter I of O of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO). It was taken into account this mod. throughout the text.

S. Dietary 5Aliments the list of particular nutritional purposes permitted for feedingstuffs (dietetic foods) and nutritional characteristics contained in annex 3.1.
Specific requirements for foods placed on the market in the form of boli are contained in annex 3.2.

New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).

Section 2 labelling and presentation of raw materials, compound feedingstuffs and dietetic food art. 6 claims the labelling of raw materials, compound feedingstuffs or health foods for animals as well as their presentation may draw particular attention to the presence or absence of a substance in the feed, on a characteristic or a nutritional particular process or on a specific function related to one of these elements, for as far as the following conditions are met : a. the claim is objective, verifiable by the Office federal agriculture (FOAG) and understandable for the user of the feed; ETB. responsible exploitation of labelling provides, at the request of the FOAG, scientific proof of the veracity of allegation, referring either to scientific data accessible to the public, either documented research carried out by the company. The scientific evidence must be available during the implementation of the feed. Buyers can convey the FOAG their doubts as to the veracity of the allegation. If the FOAG concludes that scientific evidence of the allegation are misleading, it requires the removal of the said claim.

Claims power and maintenance optimization or protection of the physiological conditions are permitted unless they contain an allegation referred to in the al. 3, let. a. labelling of raw materials for food animals and compound feedingstuffs or their presentation may not entail allegations according to which the food: a. has properties for the prevention, treatment or cure of a disease; with the exception of coccidiostats and histomonostats This letter does not apply to the allegations concerning the prevention of nutritional imbalances as it is not established link with pathological symptoms; b. aims a particular nutritional purpose provided for in the list of annex 3.1 destinations unless it complies with the requirements contained therein.

S. 7 minimum requirements for the labelling of feedingstuffs declaration in the list of additives for animal feed must comply with Annex 8.2, chapter I or 8.3, chapter I as the case may be, unless the labelling provisions laid down in the legal instrument authorizing the additive for animal feed concerned provide something else.
The moisture content shall be indicated in accordance with Annex 1.1, c. 6.
Additional provisions on labelling set out in annex 8.1.

S. 8 specific labelling requirements applicable to material feed animals in addition to the particulars prescribed in art. 15 OSALA, labelling of raw materials to food animals must include: a. the mandatory declaration corresponding to the category concerned as set out in the list contained in annex 1.2. OUB. the directions defined in the catalog of contents feed the animals referred to in art. 9 OSALA for this raw material.

In addition to the particulars provided for in para. 1, labelling of raw materials for food animals must include the following particulars when additives are incorporated: a. the animal species or category of animals to which the raw material for food animals is intended when the additives in question were not allowed for all animal species or that they have been with maximum limits for certain species; b. the operating instructions in accordance with Annex 8.1 c. 4 when a maximum level is fixed for additives; c. the date of minimum durability for additives other than technological additives.

S. 9 specific labelling requirements applicable to feedingstuffs for animals in addition to the requirements specified in art. 15 OSALA, the labelling of compound feedingstuffs for animals must also include the following: a. the animal species or categories of animals to which the compound for animal feedingstuff is intended; b. instruction indicating the destination of the animal feed and indications in accordance with Annex 8.1, c. 4, when the food contains additives in proportions greater than the maximum levels fixed for complete feeding-stuffs for animals; c. in cases where the producer is not responsible for the labelling : 1. the name or business name and address of the producer, or 2. the number of approval or registration of the producer;

d. the date of minimum durability indicated by the following: 1. the words "for use by...", followed by the indication of the date (day), in the case of pet foods that are highly perishable due to the degradation process, 2. the words "at best used before...", followed by the indication of the date (month), in the case of other foods, or 3. the words '... (durée en jours ou en mois) after the date of manufacture», if the date of manufacture is provided through labelling;

e. the list, in order of decreasing weight calculated on the basis of the moisture content of the compound feedingstuff for animals, raw materials for feedingstuffs comprising the feed entitled "composition" and including the name of each raw material in accordance with art. 8, al. 1, let. a or b. The list can include the weight percentage; f. the compulsory declarations provided for in annex 8.2 Chapter II or 8.3, chapter II as appropriate.

The list under para. 1, let. e shall meet the following requirements:

a. the name and the percentage weight of a raw material for food animals are indicated if the presence of the raw material in question is highlighted in the context of the labelling using words, images or graphics; b. the responsible for the labelling operation met, subject to the provisions relating to intellectual property, on request, quantitative information on the composition , with a margin of +/-15% over the value arising from the formulation of the feed, if the weight percentage of the raw materials incorporated in compound feed intended for animals feed is not indicated on labelling, etc. the specific name of the raw material for food animals may be replaced with the name of the category to which the raw material belongs , in accordance with Annex 1.3, in the case of compound feedingstuffs intended for pets, with the exception of fur-bearing animals.

Annex 1.3 contains the list of categories of raw materials that can be used for the purposes of the al. 2, let. c, which may be listed instead of the various subjects first in the context of the labelling of feedingstuffs for pets, with the exception of fur-bearing animals.

New content according to the c. of o. Davis of oct 31. 2012, in force since 1 Jan. 2013 (2012 6401 RO).

S. 10 additional labelling requirements applicable to feedingstuffs intended for particular nutritional purposes in addition to the requirements specified in art. 15, al. 1, let. a, OSALA and the art. 8 and 9, the labelling of feedingstuffs intended for particular nutritional purposes must include: a. the 'dietitic' epithet, exclusively in the case of feedingstuffs for particular nutritional purposes, next to the name of the feed provided for in art. 15 al. 1, let. a, OSALA; b. the prescribed information for the destination concerned in columns 1 to 6 destinations list contained in annex 3.1; c. an indication should seek the advice of an expert in power or a veterinarian before using the feed or extend its use.

S. 11 additional labelling requirements applicable to feedingstuffs for pets in addition to the particulars required in art. 15 OSALA and art. 9, the pet food label must include a free phone number or an other suitable telecommunication means allowing the buyer to obtain, in addition to the compulsory indications, information on: a. additives for animal nutrition pet food; b. contents feed animals that are incorporated therein and which are designated by category as indicated in art. 9, al. 2, let. c. s. 12 additional labelling requirements applicable to the non-compliant feed in addition to the requirements laid down in art. 15 OSALA and the art. 8 and 9, the labelling of feedingstuffs which do not meet the legal requirements, such as contaminated animal feed, shall contain the particulars set out in annex 8.4.

S. 13 derogations in the case of packaged feedingstuffs, the indications required in art. 15, al.1, let. c, d and e, OSALA and the art. 8, al. 2, let. c, or 9, al. 1, let. c, d and e, may appear on the packaging at the place of the label referred to in art. 14, al. 1, OSALA. The place where these indications must be reported.
In the case of mixtures of whole plant grains, seeds and fruit, the compulsory declarations referred to in art. 9, al. 1, let. f, are not required.
In the case of compound feedingstuffs constituted more than three materials for feed animals, the required indications in art. 9, al. 1, let. a and b, are not required if raw materials for feedingstuffs used appear clearly in the description.
When it comes to quantities of raw materials for food animals and compound feedingstuffs not exceeding 20 kg, intended for the final user and sold in bulk, the particulars referred to in art. 15 OSALA, as well as the art. 8 and 9 may be brought to the attention of the buyer by a suitable point of sale display. The indications referred to in art. 15, al. 1, let. a, OSALA and art. 8, al. 1, or 9 al. 1, let. a and b, as the case may be, are then provided to the purchaser at the latest on the invoice, or with.
When it comes to quantities of pet food sold in packages with several containers, the particulars referred to in art. 15, al. 1, let. b, c, f and g, OSALA and art. 9 al. 1, let. b, c, e and f, may be that on the outside and not on packaging each container, provided that the total combined weight of package does not exceed 10 kilograms.
The raw materials supplied by the primary production holdings to institutions in the sector of animal production are not subject to the labelling rules of the art. 15 OSALA and 8.
The FOAG may provide specific derogations with respect to foods intended for animals kept for scientific or experimental, provided that this use is indicated on the label.
The indications referred to in art. 15, al. 1, let. c, d, e and g, OSALA as well as art. 9, al. 1, let. b and c are not required if, before each transaction, the buyer has waived in writing this information. A transaction can consist of several items.
In addition to official languages, other languages may be used for labelling particulars.

S. 14 voluntary labelling in addition to the indications of labelling mandatory labelling of raw materials for food animals and compound feedingstuffs may also include the following optional particulars, provided that the General principles set out in this section are met: a. the nutritional value of compound feedingstuffs for production animals; b. the nutritional value of food compounds for pets.

The nutritional value of compound feedingstuffs is calculated according to the methods set out in annex 8.6.
The nutritional value of foods for pets can be calculated either according to the official methods contained in annex 8.6 or other current official methods in the EU. The label must state clearly the method used.

Section 3 additives and premixes for animal feed art. 15 terms of use of additives and premixes for animal feed additives for animal feed and premixtures must satisfy the conditions laid down in annex 6.2 and the conditions laid down in the authorization for the use of additives, unless contained in the authorization.

S. 16 requests for approval and authorization requests for approval and authorization for additives for use in animal production must meet the requirements of annex 5.
Authorization requests for tests made with additives for animal production according to the art. 21 OSALA must satisfy the requirements laid down in annex 5, al. 2 s. 17 list of additives for homologous feed the list of additives for animal feed according to art. 20, al. 1, OSALA, contained in annex 2.
The nomenclature of the groups of additives for animal feed is contained in Appendix 6.1.

S. 18 special requirements for the labelling of additives and premixes for animal feed in addition to the information indicated in art. 32, al. 1, OSALA, the packaging or container of an additive in feedingstuffs belonging to a functional group specified in annex 8.5 or a premix containing must bear the information contained in that annex in a visible, clearly legible and indelible manner.

Section 4 undesirable Substances in feed art. 19. the maximum levels for undesirable substances in animal feed are contained in annex 10, part 1.
The action levels for undesirable substances and specific measures which must be implemented overflow in animal feed are contained in annex 10, part 2.
The maximum residue levels of pesticides in animal feed are contained in annex 10, part 3.

Section 5 requirements article feed hygiene 20. the companies in the sector of animal feed must satisfy the requirements of annex 11 to the activities that concern.
The primary production animal feed sector companies that must be approved according to art. 48 OSALA shall comply with the requirements of annex 11 for activities affecting them.
Animal feed sector operators shall, as appropriate: a. comply with microbiological criteria specific; b. take measures or adopt procedures necessary to achieve specific goals.

The FOAG can establish the criteria and the specific objectives mentioned in the al. 3, let. a and b, agreement with the animal feed industry.

Section 6 Tolerances, sampling, analytical methods and transport art. 21


The permitted tolerances for discrepancies between the values relating to the composition of a raw material for food animals or a compound feedingstuff for animals indicated in the context of the labelling and the values resulting from the analyses carried out within the framework of the official checks carried out are laid down in annex 7.
Procedures for the sampling and methods of analysis used for the official control of feedingstuffs are held in accordance with the requirements of Annex 9.
It is forbidden for transport unpackaged food for animals in vehicles or containers used for the transport of animal by-products within the meaning of art. 3, let. (b), of the order of May 25, 2011 on the disposal of animal by-products.

RS 916.441.22 Section 7 provisions finals s. 22 the law in force the order of June 10, 1999, on the book of animal feed is repealed.

[RO 1999 2084, 2002 4313, 2003 5467, 2005 981 6655, 2006 5213 5217 annex c. 7, 2007 4477 c. V 21, 2008 3663, 2009 2853, 2010 381 2511]

S. 23 transitional provisions pet foods can be labelled and packaged according to the old law until December 31, 2012. They may be put into circulation until stocks are exhausted.

S. transient 23aDisposition of October 31, 2012 changing silage stored with Lactobacillus pentosus (DSM 14025) before the entry into force of the amendment of October 31, 2012 may be lairaged until stocks are exhausted.

Introduced by the c. of o. Davis on 31 oct. 2012, in force since 1 Jan. 2013 (2012 6401 RO).

S. transient 23bDisposition on the amendment of May 21, 2014 for animal feed additives whose authorisation was withdrawn by the amendment of May 21, 2014 can still be put into circulation within the following timeframes: a. 12 months for additives pure; b. 18 months for premixtures containing these additives; c. 24 months for food compounds containing these additives.

Foods that are not allowed with the amendment of May 21, 2014 may continue to be produced and labelled according to the previous law until December 31, 2014. They may be put into circulation until stocks are exhausted. If these foods are intended for pets, they can be produced and put into service according to the law in force until January 31, 2016.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).

S. transient 23cDisposition on the amendment of May 20, 2015 for animal feed additives whose authorisation was withdrawn in annex 2 by modification of May 20, 2015 can still be put into circulation within the following timeframes: a. 12 months for additives pure; b. 18 months for premixtures containing these additives; c. 24 months for food compounds containing these additives.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the 20 may 2015 RFLD, in force since 1 Jul. 2015 (2015 1793 RO).

S. 24 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2012.

Schedule 1.1 (arts. 1 and 7) technical provisions on impurities, breastfeeding food, raw materials for feedingstuffs binding or denaturing, the ash content and moisture content 1. In accordance with the practices referred to in art. 41 OSALA, raw materials for food animals are free from chemical impurities resulting from their process of transformation and from processing AIDS, unless a specific maximum content is fixed in the catalogue referred to in art. 9 OSALA.2. The botanical purity of raw materials for food animals must achieve at least 95%, unless a different level is fixed in the catalogue referred to in art. 9. the botanical impurities include vegetable impurities which have no adverse effects on animals, as straw and seeds of other cultivated species or weed seeds. Botanical impurities such as residues of other seeds or oleaginous fruit derived from a previous manufacturing process shall not exceed 0,5% for each type of seed or fruit oleagineux.3. The iron content of replacers for calves of a live weight of less or equal to 70 kilograms reached at least 30 milligrams per kilogram of compound feed for animals reduced to a moisture content of 12%. 4. When raw materials for food animals are used to denature or bind other raw materials for feedingstuffs, the product can still be considered a material first for feedingstuffs. The labelling includes the name, the nature and quantity of the raw material for animal feed as a binder or denaturant used. If a raw material for food animals is linked by an another raw material for animal feed, the percentage of the latter must not exceed 3% of the weight total.5. The content of ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid shall not exceed 2,2% of the dry matter. However, 2.2% may be exceeded for:-raw materials for food animal feedingstuffs containing authorized mineral binding agents; - mineral pet food; - feeding stuffs containing more than 50% of rice or sugar beet by-products; - food compound feedingstuffs intended for farmed fish with a content of greater than 15% fish meal;

as far as the content is declared on the label.
6 insofar as no other content not be secured in annex 1.2 or in the catalogue of raw materials for feedingstuffs, the moisture content of the feed must be declared in cases where it exceeds: - 5% in mineral feedingstuffs containing no organic substances, - 7% in replacers and other compound feedingstuffs with a greater than 40% dairy content - 10% in mineral feedingstuffs containing organic substances, - 14% in other animal feed.

State July 1, 2015 Schedule 1.2 (art. 8) mandatory reporting for substances category of materials animals feed feed animals compulsory Declarations 1.

Forages and Roughages crude protein, if > 10% crude fibre 2.

3 cereal grains.

Products and by-products of grains of cereal starch, if > 20% crude protein, if > 10% crude oils and fats, if > 5% crude fibre 4.

Seeds or oleaginous fruit 5.

Products and by-products of seeds or oleaginous fruits crude protein, if > 10% crude oils and fats, if > 5% crude fibre 6.

Seeds of legumes 7.

Products and by-products of legume crude protein, if > 10% crude fibre 8 seeds.

Tuber and root 9.

Products and by-products of tubers and root starch Cellulose raw ash insoluble in HCl, if > 3,5% of material dries 10.

Products and by-products of the processing of sugar beet raw Cellulose, if > 15% total sugar expressed as sucrose ash insoluble in HCl, if > 3,5% of material dries 11.

Products and by-products of the processing of sugarcane raw Cellulose, if > 15% total sugars in sucrose 12.

Other seeds and fruits, their products and by-products, except those mentioned in ch. 2-7 protein raw Cellulose raw crude oils and fats, if > 10% 13.

Other plants, their products and by-products, except those mentioned in ch. 8-11 crude protein, if > 10% crude fibre 14.

Products and dairy by-products protein brute moisture, if > 5% Lactose, if > 10% 15.

Products and by-products of terrestrial animals crude protein, if > 10% crude oils and fats, if > 5% moisture, if > 8% 16.

Fish, other marine animals, their products and by-products crude protein, if > 10% crude fat, if > 5% moisture, if > 8% 17.

Minerals Calcium Sodium phosphorus other relevant minerals 18.

Various crude protein, if > 10% crude crude fat, if > 10% starch, if > 30% total sugar expressed as sucrose, if > 10% ash insoluble in HCl, if > 3,5% of dry state on July 1, 2015, annex 1.3 (art. 9) Categories of materials first for labelling of compound feedingstuffs for pets Categories of raw materials which the designation may replace one or more material-specific name first in the case of pet foods.

Category Definition 1.

Meat and animal by-products all meat parts of warm-blooded land animals slaughtered, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment and all products and by-products from the transformation of the body or parts of the body of terrestrial animals warm-blooded 2.

Milk and dairy products all dairy products fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment as well as the by-products of processing 3.

Œufs and egg products all egg products fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment, as well as the by-products of processing 4.

Oils and fats oils and animal fats or plant 5.

Yeast all whose cells have been killed and dried 6.

Fish and by-products from fish fish or parts of fish, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment as well as the by-products of processing 7.


Cereals all cereal species regardless of their presentation or products obtained through the transformation of the floury kernel of grain 8.

Vegetables all species of vegetables and legumes, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment 9.

Vegetable by-products by-products from processing of plant products, especially cereals, vegetables, legumes and oilseeds 10.

Extracted from vegetable protein all products of plant origin, which proteins were concentrated by proper treatment, which contain at least 50% of crude protein in the dry matter and which may have been restructured 11.

Mineral substances all inorganic substances specific to feed 12.

Sugars all types of sugar 13.

Fruit all varieties of fruits, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment 14.

Nuts all the kernels of nuts 15.

Seeds all the seeds whole or coarsely ground state 16.

Algae all species of algae fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment 17.

Shellfish molluscs, crustaceans and shellfish, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment as well as the by-products of processing 18.

Insects all insect species at all stages of their development 19.

The bakery products all products the bakery: bread, cakes and pasta 20.

Herbs all varieties of herbs, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment.

State on July 1, 2015, annex 2 (art. 17, al. 1) list of additives for animal feed (list of additives) 1 category 1: 1.1 group technological additives functional conservative a: 1.1.1 Group functional conservative a: in revaluation ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 200 1 to sorbic acid C6H8O2 all - all foods E 202 1 to potassium Sorbate C6H7O2K all - all foods E 223(1)(a) Metabisulphite sodium Na2S2O5 dogs and cats - 500 expressed as SO2 all food with the exception of the meat and unprocessed fish E 236 1A acid formic CH2O2 all - all E 237 1 food has

Sodium Formate CHO2Na all - all food 1a237a 1A of potassium Diformate potassium Diformate: 50 ± 5%, water: 50 ± 5%.
Potassium Diformate No. 20642-05-1 C2H3O4K obtained by means of chemical synthesis all animal species - only allowed in raw fish and fish by-products for animal feed, with a maximum content of 9000 mg of active substance «of potassium diformate» by kg of fish. cru - for use in the feeding to swine, the mixture of different sources of potassium diformate shall not exceed the following maximum levels in complete feed animals: 18 000 mg / kg of complete feedingstuff - for weaned piglets and 12 000 mg / kg of feed for sows and pigs for fattening. mention in the Manual: "the simultaneous use of other organic acids to the authorized maximum dosage is contraindicated.

-' Security measures: port of respiratory protection, protection of eyes and gloves during handling. ''

E 238 1A calcium Formate C2H2O4Ca all - all foods E 240(1)(a) Formaldehyde CH2O pigs 6 months - only skim milk: maximum: 600 mg/kg all - silage only E 250 1A Nitrite of sodium NaNO2 dogs and cats - 100 only foods with a water content of more than 20% E 260 1 has acid acetic C2H4O2 all - all foods E 262 1A C4H7O4Na all - all foods E sodium Diacetate 263 1 to C4H6O4Ca all - all foods E 270 1A acid calcium Acetate C3H6O3 lactic, all - all foods E 280 1 to propionic acid C3H6O2 all - all foods E 281 1 to C3H5O2Na all - all E 282 1 food sodium Propionate has C6H10O4Ca all - all food calcium Propionate E 284 1 has C3H9O2N all - all foods ammonium Propionate E 295 1 has CH5O2N all - all foods E ammonium formate 296 1 acid C4H6O5 DL-Malic, all - all foods 1 has 297 1 to fumaric acid 99.5% for solid forms no. case 110-17-8 C4H4O4 poultry and pigs young animals fed with feed of breastfeeding - 20 000 10 000 - animal species safety: port of respiratory protection, goggles and gloves when handling.

E 327 1A calcium Lactate C6H10O6Ca all - all foods E 330 1 to acid citric C6H8O7 all - all foods E 331 1 to Citrates of sodium - all - all foods E 332 1 a potassium Citrates - all - all food 1 338 1 has acid orthophosphoric acid orthophosphoric (67%-85.7%) w/w (aqueous solution) Substance active : Acid orthophosphoric H3PO4 No. 7664-38-2 case volatile acids: ≤10 mg/kg (expressed as acetic acid) chlorides: ≤200 mg/kg (expressed as chlorine) sulphate: ≤1 500 mg/kg (expressed as CaSO4) all - security measure: port of respiratory protection, eye protection, gloves and a holding of protection during handling.
The phosphorus content must be indicated on the label of the premixture 1.1.2 Group functional conservative a:, not revalued ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 201 1A C6H7O2Na all sodium Sorbate - all foods E 203 1 a C12H14O4Ca all - all E 214 1 food calcium Sorbate has C9H10O3 pets - all foods ethyl 4-Hydroxybenzoate E 215 1A 4-Hydroxybenzoate ethyl-sodium C9H9O3Na pets - all foods E216 1A C10H12O3 pets - all E 217 food propyl 4-Hydroxybenzoate

1A 4-Hydroxybenzoate, propyl-sodium C10H11O3Na pets - all foods 218 1 a 4 E - C8H8O3 pets - all foods E 219 1 methyl Hydroxybenzoate has 4-Hydroxybenzoate, methyl-sodium C8H7O3Na pets - all foods E 222 1A sodium Bisulfite NaHSO3 dogs and cats - 500 expressed as SO2 all foodstuffs with the exception of the meat and unprocessed fish E 237 1 has CHO2Na all - all foods E sodium Formate 261 1 to Acetate of potassium C2H3O2K all - all foods E 283 1A Propionate by potassium C3H5O2K all - all foods E 285 1A C4H8O2 Ruminants with functional rumen methylpropionic acid - 1000 4000 all foodstuffs E 325 1 has C3H5O3Na all - all E 326 1 food sodium Lactate has C3H5O3K all - all E 333 1 foods potassium Lactate has calcium Citrates - all - all foods E 334 1 has L-tartaric acid

C4H6O6 all - all E 335 1A L-tartrate sodium food - all - all E 336 1 to L-tartrate potassium foods - all - all foods E 337 1 a double sodium potassium Tartrate 4H2O × C4H4O6KNa all - all foods E 507 1 to hydrochloric acid HCl all - only E silage 513(1)(a) acid H2SO4 sulfuric, all - all food 1.2 Group functional b. substances having antioxidant 1.2.1 effects. Group functional b. substances having antioxidant, revaluation ID category group effects functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 300 1 b acid, C6H8O6 L-Ascorbic all - all foods E 301 1 b L-Ascorbate sodium C6H7O6Na all - all foods E 302 1 b L-Ascorbate of calcium C12H14O12Ca - 2H2O all - all E 304 1 b acid food 6-palmityl-L-Ascorbic C22H38O7 all - all foods E 306 1B extracts of natural origin rich in tocopherols - all - all foods E 307 1 b

Alpha-tocopherol synthesis C29H50O2 all - all foods E 310 1B C10H12O5 all propyl Gallate - 100 all foodstuffs E 320 butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) C11H16O2 all 1B - 150 all E 321 1B butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) C15H24O all food - 150 all foodstuffs E 324 ethoxyquin C14H19ON 1B all - 150 all 1.2.2 food group functional b. substances having antioxidant effects not revalued identification category group number of functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 311 1 b C15H22O5 all Octyl Gallate-


100. all food E 312 1 b C19H30O5 all dodecyl Gallate - 100 all 1.3 food groups functional emulsifiers c:, d: stabilizers, thickeners e: and f: gelling 1.3.1 groups functional c: emulsifiers, stabilizers d:, e: thickeners and gelling, revaluation ID category group f: functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 322 1 c; (d); (e); f Lecithins - all - all foods E 410 1 c; (d); (e); f flour of carob seeds - all - all foods E 412 1 c; (d); (e); f seeds of guar flour, gum guar - all - all foods E 413 1 c; (d); (e); f gum tragacanth, tragacanth - all - all foods E 414 1 c; (d); (e); f Gum Arabic - all - all foods E 415 1 c; (d); (e); f xanthan gum - all - all foods E 433 1 c; (d); (e); f Monooleate of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan - all - 5000 replacers only E 460 1 c; (d); (e); f Microcrystalline Cellulose - all - all foods E 460 (ii) 1 c; (d); (e); f cellulose powder - all - all foods E 461 1 c; (d); (e); f Methylcellulose - all - all foods E 462 1 c; (d); (e); f Ethylcellulose - all - all foods E 463 1 c; (d); (e); f Hydroxypropylcellulose - all - all foods E 464 1 c; (d); (e); f hydroxypropyl methylcellulose - all - all foods E 466 1 c; (d); (e); f Carboxymethylcellulose (sodium salt of the carboxymethilique of cellulose ether) - all - all foods E 484 1 c; (d); (e); f glyceryl polyethylene glycol Ricinoleate - all - all foods E 487 1 c; (d); (e); (f) Esters polyethyleneglycoliques of fatty acids of soya - calves - 6000 replacers only E 493 1 c oil. (d); (e); f sorbitan Monolaurate - all - all foods E 499 1 c; (d); (e); f gum Cassia - dogs and cats - 17600 only foods with a water content of more than 20% 1.3.2 c: emulsifiers, stabilizers d:, thickening e: and f: gelling, functional groups not revalued ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content min.

Content max.

Other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 400 1 c; (d); (e); f alginic acid - all - all foods E 401 1 c; (d); (e); f sodium Alginate - all - all foods E 402 1 c; (d); (e); f potassium Alginate - all - all foods E 403 1 c; (d); (e); f ammonium Alginate - all except aquarium fish - all foods E 404 1 c; (d); (e); f calcium Alginate - all - all foods E 405 1 c; (d); (e); f (alginate 1, 2-propanediol) propylene glycol Alginate - all - all foods E 406 1 c; (d); (e); f Agar-agar - all - all foods E 407 1 c; (d); (e); f carrageenan - all - all foods E 418 1 c; (d); (e); f Polytetrasaccharide Gellan gum with glucose, acid glucuronic and rhamnose (2:1:1) produced by Pseudomonas elodea (ATCC 31466) dogs and cats - only foods with a water content of more than 20% E 432 1 c; (d); (e); f Monolaurate polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan - all - 5000 replacers only E 434 1 c; (d); (e); f Monopalmitate polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan - all - 5000 replacers only E 435 1 c; (d); (e); f Monostearate of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan - all - 5000 replacers only E 436 1 c; (d); (e); f Tristearate, polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan - all - 5000 replacers only E 465 1 c; (d); (e); f Methylethylcellulose - all - all foods E 475 1 c; (d); (e); f e481 Esters of edible fatty acids - all - all foods E 480 1 c; (d); (e); f acid sodium stearoyl-2-lactylique - all - all foods E 481 1 c; (d); (e); f Sodium Stearoyl lactyllactates-lactate-2 - sodium - all - all foods E 482 1 c; (d); (e); f Sodium Stearoyl-2-lactyllactates-calcium lactate - all - all foods E 483 1 c; (d); (e); f Stearyl Tartrate - all - all foods E 486 1 c; (d); (e); f Dextrans - all - all foods E 488 1 c; (d); (e); (f) glycerol-polyethylene-glycol Esters of fatty acids, tallow - calves - 5000 breastfeeding foods only E 489 1 c; (d); (e); f polyglycerol Ether alcohols obtained by reduction of oleic and Palmitic acids - calves - 5000 only replacers E 491 1 c; (d); (e); f Sorbitan monostearate - all - all foods E 492 1 c; (d); (e); f sorbitan Tristearate - all - all foods E 494 1 c; (d); (e); f Sorbitan monooleate - all - all foods E 495 1 c; (d); (e); f sorbitan Monopalmitate - all - all foods E 496 1 c; (d); (e); polyethylene glycol 6000 f - all - 300 all foods E 497 1 c; (d); (e); f polymers of the polyoxyethylene polyoxypropylene (PM 6800-9000) - all - 50 all foods E 498 1 c; (d); (e); f partial Esters of polyglycerol of polynuclear Castor fatty acids - dogs - all 1.4 food groups functional binders g:, h: substances for the control of contamination of radionuclides, i: anti-caking and m: substances designed to reduce the contamination of feed mycotoxin 1.4.1 groups functional binders g:, h: substances for the radionuclide contamination control, anti-caking agents and m i: : substances designed to reduce the contamination of feed mycotoxin, in revaluation ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 E 330 1 g; i acid C6H8O7 citric, all - all foods E 535 1 g; i Na4 [Fe (CN) 6] sodium Ferrocyanide ∙10H2O all maximum content: 80 mg/kg NaCl (calculated as ferrocyanide anion) E 536 1 g; i potassium Ferrocyanide K4 [Fe (CN) 6] ∙3H2O all maximum content: 80 mg/kg NaCl (calculated ferrocyanide anions) E 551 has 1 g; (i) silicic acid, precipitated and dried-* all - all foods E 551 b 1 g; i colloidal silica-* all - all foods E 551(c) 1 g; i diatomaceous (purified diatomaceous earth)-* all - all foods E 552 1 g; i calcium, synthetic Silicate-* all - all foods E 554 1 g; i sodium Silicate, aluminum, synthetic-* all - all foods - 1 g; i paraffin oil white medical all - 50000 in premixtures of additives and mineral food maximum limit for premixes and mineral feeds.
Compound feedingstuffs: proportional share of premix maximum limit.

1 01 1 m micro-organism DSM 11798, a strain of the Coriobacteriaceae BBSH 797 Preparation of the micro-organism DSM 11798 family, a strain of the Coriobacteriaceae family, containing a minimum of 5 × 10 cfu/g of additive.
In solid form pigs 1. 7 × 10 use to reduce contamination of feed mycotoxin Deoxynivalenol (DON).
In the mode of use of the additive and the premixture, indicate the storage temperature, storage life and stability to pelleting.
The additive is permitted in foodstuffs comply with the legislation of the European Union relating to undesirable substances in animal feed.
Security measure: the port of respiratory protection and gloves is recommended when handling.

1 558 1 m Bentonite Bentonite: ≥70% of smectite (montmorillonite dioctaedrique) < 10% opal and feldspar < 4% of quartz and calcite binding capacity of AfB 1 (BC AfB1) greater than 90% Ruminants poultry pigs 20000 use to reduce contamination of feed mycotoxin aflatoxin B1.
Mention in the Manual: - "the simultaneous use of oral macrolides should be avoided", - for poultry: "simultaneous use of robenidine should be avoided.

The simultaneous use of coccidiostats robenidine is cons - indicated if the bentonite content is greater than 5 000 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.
The total quantity of bentonite may not exceed the maximum level permitted in the complete feedingstuff, namely 20 000 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.
The use of the additive is permitted in foods comply with the legislation on undesirable substances in animal feed.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, goggles and gloves when handling.

1m558i 1 g, h, i Bentonite Bentonite: ≥50% Smektit all animal species 20 000 mention in the Manual: - "the simultaneous use of oral macrolides should be avoided", - for poultry: "simultaneous use of robenidine should be avoided.

The simultaneous use of coccidiostats robenidine is contraindicated if the bentonite content is greater than 5 000 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.

The total quantity of bentonite may not exceed the maximum level permitted in the complete feedingstuff, namely 20 000 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, goggles and gloves when handling.
When used for the control of contamination by radionuclides: the mixture of different sources of bentonite may not exceed the maximum level allowed in the complete feedingstuff, namely 20 000 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.
The additive can be used when pet foods are contaminated by the radiocaesium in order to combat the presence of this element in animals and their products.

E 559 1 g; i hydrated kaolinitic clays free of asbestos natural mixtures of minerals containing at least 65% of complex aluminium silicates whose key element is kaolinite * all - all foods E 560 1 g; i natural mixtures of soapstone and chlorite natural mixtures of soapstone and chlorite free of asbestos with a minimum purity of 85% all - all foods E 561 1 g; (i) natural Vermiculite Silicate of magnesium, aluminium and iron, expanded by heating, asbestos-free. Maximum fluorine content: 0.3% * all - all foods E 562 1 g; i Sepiolite magnesium Silicate hydrate of sedimentary origin containing at least 60% of sepiolite and up to 30% of montmorillonite, asbestos-free all - 20000 all foods E 565 1 g; i Lignosulfonates-* all - all foods E 566 1 g; i Natrolite - phonolite natural mixture of alkali and alkaline earth aluminosilicates and hydrosilicates of aluminum, natrolite (43-46, 5%) and feldspar * all - 25000 all food E 567 1 g; i Clinoptilolite of volcanic origin of volcanic origin hydrated calcium Aluminosilicate containing at least 85% of clinoptilolite and a maximum 15% of feldspar, micas and clays free of fibres and quartz maximum lead content : 80 mg/kg * pigs, rabbits and poultry - 20000 all foodstuffs 1 g 568 1 g; i Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin (sodium aluminosilicate and hydrated calcium) Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin ≥80% (powdered). Characterization of the active substance: sedimentary ≥80% and clay minerals ≤20% (fibres, without quartz). CAS number: 12173-10-3 all - 10000 security measure: the port of respiratory and eye protection and gloves is recommended when handling.
The total quantity of clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin shall not exceed the maximum content of 10 000 mg.

E 599 1 g; i Perlite Silicate expanded by heating, natural sodium and aluminum, asbestos-free * all - all foodstuffs 1 03 1 m Fumonisin esterase EC 3.1.1.87 FUMzyme Preparation of fumonisin esterase produced by Komagataella pastoris DSM 26643 containing at least 3000 U/g analysis method: for the determination of fumonisin esterase activity: liquid chromatography high performance coupled with tandem mass spectrometry.
HPLC-MS/MS method based on quantification of tricarballylique acid released by the action of the enzyme on fumonisin B1 at pH 8.0 and 30 ° C.

Pigs 15 in the instructions for use of the additive and premixtures, indicate the storage conditions and stability to pelleting.
Maximum recommended dose: 300 U/kg of complete feedingstuff.
The additive is permitted in foodstuffs comply with the legislation of the European Union relating to undesirable substances in animal feed.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, goggles and gloves when handling.

* Maximum dioxin content: 500 pg WHO-PCDD/F-TEQ/kg. The dioxin content is the sum of polychlorinated dibenzo-para-dioxins (PCDDS) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFS), expressed as the world Organization of health (who) toxic equivalents, using the who - TEFS (toxic equivalency factors). The content must be expressed in more than content, that concentrations are calculated assuming that all values of the different congeners below the limit of detection are equal to the limit of detection.

1.4.2 g: binders and anti-caking agent i:, functional groups not revalued ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 598 1 g; i Aluminate calcium, synthetic calcium aluminates blends containing between 35 and 51% of Al2O3. Maximum content of molybdenum: 20 mg/kg * pigs, rabbits and poultry - 20000 all foods dairy cows, cattle for fattening, calves, lambs, kids - 8000 all 1.5 food group functional correcting acidity j: 1.5.1 Group functional corrective j: of acidity, revaluation ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 210 1 j

Benzoic acid pigs for fattening - 5000 10000 instruction shall contain the following particulars: "complementary feedingstuffs containing benzoic acid must not be distributed only for pigs for fattening feed. «» For the safety of users, should take measures to reduce the production of respirable dust of the additive. Safety data sheets (MSDS) are available."

E 296 j acid DL - 1 and L-Malic dogs and cats - E 350 (i) 1 j Malate sodium (salt of DL-Malic acid or L-Malic acid) dogs and cats - E 450 a (i) 1 j Dihydrogen diphosphate disodium dogs and cats - E 524 1 j hydroxide sodium dogs and cats - 1.5.2 Group functional j: correcting acidity, revalued identification category group number of functional additive chemical Designation , description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 507 1 j acid hydrochloric dogs and cats - E 513 1 j acid sulphuric dogs and cats - E 525 1 j hydroxide potassium dogs and cats - E 526 1 j calcium hydroxide dogs and cats - 1.6 functional group : k. silage additives category Code Group functional additive subgroup use other provisions 1 k Substances sodium Benzoate chemical Conservat. silage 1 k Bisulphate sodium Substances chemical Conservat. silage 1 k Alpha-amylase EC 3.2.1.1 by Bacillus amyloliquefaciens DSM 9553 Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Alpha-amylase EC 3.2.1.1 from Aspergillus orizae DS 114 or CBS 585.94 Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Alpha-amylase EC 3.2.1.1 from Bacillus subtilis DS 098 Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Beta-glucanase EC. 3.2.1.6 from Aspergillus niger Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Cellulase EC 3.2.1.4 from Aspergillus niger Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Cellulase EC 3.2.1.4 p from Trichoderma longibrachiatum ATCC PTA - 10001 Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Xylanase EC 3.2.1.8 by Trichoderma longibrachiatum Enzyme Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium BIO 34 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium CCM 6226 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium CNCM I-3236/ATCC 19434 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 11181 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 30122 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium DSM SF202 4788 ATCC 53519 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Enterococcus faecium DSM SF301 4789 ATCC 55593 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri CCM 1819 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri KKP. 907 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus casei ATCC 7469 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus paracasei 30151 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus paracasei NCIMB 30151 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum 16627 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum C p-788-KKP microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 11520 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 12836 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 12837 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum K p-593-KKP microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP287 DSM 5257 ATCC 55058 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP329 DSM 5258 ATCC 55942 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum MBS - LP - 01 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 30094 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactobacillus salivarius CNCM I-3238/ATCC 11741 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactococcus lactis lactis 30044 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactococcus lactis lactis NCIMB 30044 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Lactococcus lactis SR 3.54 NCIMB 30117 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici 30005 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici DSM 16243 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k


Pediococcus pentosaceus DSM 12834 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus DSM 16244 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus MBS - PP - 01 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 30068 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 30089 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k Saccharomyces cerevisiae IFO 0203 microorganisms Conservat. silage 1 k 1009 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus DSM 14021 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 84/2014 1 k 1010 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici DSM 23688 (33-11 NCIMB 30085) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 84/2014 1 k 1011 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici DSM 23689 (33-06 NCIMB 30086) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 84/2014 1 k 20601 1 k Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 10415 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 304/214 1 k 20602 1 k Enterococcus faecium DSM 22502 (M74 NCIMB 11181) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 304/2014 1 k 20710 1 k Lactobacillus brevis DSM 12835 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 863/2011 1 k 20711 1 k Lactobacillus rhamnosus NCIMB 30121 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 20713 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 41028 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 841/2012 1 k 20714 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum L54 NCIMB 30148 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 841/2012 1 k 20715 1 k Lactobacillus brevis DSM 21982 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 838/2012 1 k 20716 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 23377 (AK 5106 DSM 20174) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20717 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum CNCM I-3235/ATCC 8014 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20718 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum IFA 96 (DSM 19457) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20719 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 16565 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20720 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 16568 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20721 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LMG-21295 (MiLAB 393) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20722 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 11672 = Lactobacillus plantarum CNCM MA 18/5U microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20724 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum ATV E-78076 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20725 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum ATCC FSTP-6139 (24011) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20726 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP286 DSM 4784 ATCC 53187 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20727 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP318 DSM 4785 (DSM 18113) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20728 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP319 DSM 4786 (DSM 18114) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20729 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP346 DSM 4787 ATCC 55943 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20730 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum LP347 DSM 5284 ATCC 55944 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1065/2012 1 k 20731 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 3676 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 20732 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum DSM 3677 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 20733 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri DSM 13573 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 20734 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri NCIMB 30139 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 96/2013 1 k 20735 1 k Lactobacillus casei ATCC PTA 6135 (LC 32909) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 96/2013 1 k 20736 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 30083 (LSI) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 308/213 1 k 20737 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 30084 (L - 256) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 308/2013 1 k 20738 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri DSM 22501 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1113/2013 1 k 20739 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri 40788/CNCM I - 4323 NCIMB;

Microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1113/2013 1 k 2074 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri DSM 16774 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 20740 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri 40177/ATCC PTA - 6138 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1113/2013 1 k 20741 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri LN4637 / ATCC PTA - 2494 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1113/2013 1 k 20742 1 k Lactobacillus kefiri DSM 19455 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 774-2013 1 k 20743 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 40027 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1113/2013 1 k 20744 1 k Lactobacillus brevis IFA 92 DSM 23231 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 399/2014 1 k 20745 1 k Lactobacillus collenoid DSMZ 16680 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 399/2014 1 k 20746 1 k Lactobacillus plantarum PL14D/CSL CECT 4528 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 399/2014 1 k 20747 1 k Lactobacillus cellobiosus Q1 NCIMB 30169 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 399/2014 1 k 2075 1 k Lactobacillus buchneri DSM 12856 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 2077 1 k Lactobacillus paracasei DSM 16773 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 2081 1 k Lactococcus lactis DSM 11037 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 2082 1 k Lactococcus lactis NCIMB 30160 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 1 k 2083 1 k Lactococcus lactis NCIMB 30117 (CCM 4754) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 227/2012 1 k 21009 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici CNCM I-3237/ATCC 8042 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 304/2014 1 k 2104 1 k Pediococcus acidilactici CNCM MA 18 / 5 M (DSM 11673) microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 2105 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 30171 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 2106 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 12455 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 2107 1 k Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 30168 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1119/2012 1 k 2111 1 k Propionibacterium acidipropionici CNCM MA 26/4U microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 990/2012 1 k 2706 1 k Lactobacillus paracasei DSM 16245 microorganisms Conservat. silage EU RT 1263/2011 E 240 1 k Formaldehyde Substances chemical Conservat. silage E 250 1 k Nitrite of sodium Substances chemical Conservat. silage ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 k 280 1 k propionic acid propionic ≥99, 5% acid C3H6O2 No. cases: 79-09-4 Ruminants pigs poultry - 30 000 10 000 simultaneous use of other organic acids to the authorized maximum dosage is contraindicated.
The additive should be used in easy to silage fodder.
The simultaneous use of other sources of the active substance must not exceeded the permitted maximum level.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, eye protection, gloves and a holding of protection during handling.

1 k 281 1 k ≥98, 5% sodium Propionate sodium Propionate C3H5O2Na No case: 137-40-6 Ruminants pigs poultry - 30 000 10 000 simultaneous use of other organic acids to the authorized maximum dosage is contraindicated.
The additive should be used in easy to silage fodder.
The simultaneous use of other sources of the active substance must not exceeded the permitted maximum level.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, eye protection, gloves and a holding of protection during handling.

1 k 284 1 k ammonium Propionate Preparation of propionate with ammonium ≥19, 0%, propionic ≤80 0% acid and water ≤30% ammonium Propionate: C3H9O2N No. 17496-08-1 Ruminants pigs poultry - 30 000 10 000 simultaneous use of other organic acids to the authorized maximum dosage is contraindicated.
The additive should be used in easy to silage fodder.
The simultaneous use of other sources of the active substance must not exceeded the permitted maximum level.
Security measure: port of respiratory protection, eye protection, gloves and a holding of protection during handling.

2 category 2: Sensory additives 2.1 functional group a: dyes 2.1.1 Group functional dyes a: in revaluation ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 102 2 a (iii) Tartrazine C16H9N4O9S2Na 3 fish ornament - seeds of ornamental - 150 birds--small rodents - 150 - E 110 2A (iii) yellow-orange S (Sunset Yellow FCF) C16H10N2O7S2Na 2 fish ornamental - grain-eating ornamental - 150 birds - small rodent - 150 - E 124 2A (iii) Ponceau 4R C20H11N2O10S3Na 3 ornamental fish - E 127 2A (iii) Erythrosine C20H6I4O5Na2H 2O ornamental fish - 2a 131 2 a (iii) Blue patented V


Compound calcium or sodium [(a-(diethyla-mino-4-phenyl)-hydroxy-5-disulfo-2,4-phenyl-methylidene)-4-cyclohexadiene-2,5-ylidene-1]-diethyleammonium hydroxide inner salt and colouring accessories associated with non-coloured components, primarily the sodium chloride and/or sulfate sodium and/or calcium sulphate. The potassium salt is also allowed.
Purity criteria: minimum of 90% of total colouring matters expressed in sodium, calcium or potassium salts. Leuco compounds of VAT: not more than 1.0% all non-producing animals food - 250 for the safety of the users: port of respiratory protection, goggles and safety gloves when handling.

E 132 2A (iii) Indigotin C16H8N2O8S2Na 2 ornamental fish - E 141 2A (iii) complex copper-chlorophyll - ornamental - seeds of ornamental birds fish - 150 - small rodent - 150 - E 142 2(a) (iii) acid brilliant green BS (lissamine green) salt sodium acid 4, 4-bis (dimethylamino) diphenylmethylene-2-naphthol 3 6-disulfonic all except dogs, cats and ornamental fish - allowed only for foods for animals in processed products from (((: I) waste of food alimentairesII) cereals or cassava flour, distorted, or III) other materials based on denatured using these substances or colored during the technical preparations for the necessary process E 142 2 identification a (iii) acid brilliant green BS (lissamine green) salt sodium acid 4, 4-bis (dimethylamino) diphenylmethylene-2-naphthol 3, 6 – disulfonic dogs, cats and ornamental fish - E 153 2A (iii) carbon C ornamental fish black - E 160 a 2 e (iii)

Beta-carotene C40H56 Canaries - E 160 b 2A (iii) Bixin C25H30O4 ornamental fish - E 160 c 2A Capsanthin C40H56O3 poultry - 80 - E 160f 2A Ester ethyl acid beta-apo-8' - carotenoic acid C32H44O2 poultry - 80-161b 2 a lutein C40H56O2 poultry - 80 - E 161g 2A Canthaxanthin C40H52O2 poultry other than laying hens - 25 blend of canthaxanthin with other carotenoids and xanthophylls is allowed provided that the total quantity of the mixture exceed not 80 mg / kg food full respect the maximum value set for food laying hens - 8 salmon, trout - 25 Administration authorized only from the age of 6 months the mixture of canthaxanthin with astaxanthin is accepted subject that the total amount of mixture does exceed not 100 mg / kg in the feed dogs, cats and ornamental fish - birds company and ornament - E 161i 2A Citranaxanthin C33H44O laying hens - 80 - E 161j 2A astaxanthin C40H52O4 salmon , trout - 100 Administration permitted only from the age of 6 months the blend of astaxanthin with canthaxanthin is allowed provided that the total quantity of the mixture exceed not 100 mg/kg complete feed ornamental fish - 2 (a) (ii) 167 2A (ii) Panaferd Paracoccus carotinifaciens rich red carotenoid Active Substances: astaxanthin (C40H52O4, CAS: 472-61-7) Adonirubin (C40H52O3 (, 3-hydroxy-a,a-carotene-4,4′-dione, case: 511-23801) Canthaxanthin (C40H52O2, case: 514-78-3) Composition of the additive: Preparation of sterilized and dried Paracoccus carotinifaciens (NITE SD 00017) containing cells: 20-23 g/kg of astaxanthin 7-15 g / adonirubin kg 1-5 g / kg of canthaxanthin analytical methods: liquid chromatography (HPLC) high-performance phase normal u(Mr) detection UV/visible for the determination of astaxanthin, canthaxanthin in foods for animals adonirubineet and tissues fillet salmon , trout - 100 the maximum level is expressed as the sum of astaxanthin, the adonirubin and canthaxanthin.
Administration permitted from the age of 6 months or with a weight of 50 g.
The mixture of the additive with canthaxanthin or astaxanthin is permitted provided that the total amount of the sum of astaxanthin, adonirubin and canthaxanthin from other sources does not exceed 100 mg/kg of complete feedingstuff.

E 172 2 a (iii) Red oxide of iron Fe2O3 - dogs and cats - ornamental fish all colouring matters authorised for colouring foodstuffs, other than the patent blue V and acid brilliant green BS and Canthaxanthin all allowed only for foods for animals in processed products of: I) waste of foodstuffs; II) of other basic materials denatured using these substances or colored during the technical preparations for the necessary identification current manufacturing dogs and cats - 2.1.2 Group functional a: dyes, revalued ID category group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 160th 2A Beta-apo-8'-carotenic C30H40O poultry - 80 - E 161(c) 2A Cryptoxanthin C40H56O poultry - 80 - E 161 h 2A zeaxanthin C40H56O2 poultry - 80-2.2 Group functional b : aromatic substances identification category group number of functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animal Age maximum content minimum content maximum other provisions mg/kg of complete feedingstuff 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E 954 (iii) 2B sodium C7H4NNaO3S piglets 4 months Saccharate - 150 - E 959 2B Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone C28H36O15 piglets 4 months - 35 - dogs - 35 - sheep - 30 - calves - 30 - all natural products and synthetic products corresponding to the exception of products contained in the implementing Regulation (EU No. 230-2013) and 796/2013 all animal species or categories of animals - 3 category 3: nutritional additives 3.1 Group functional a: vitamins, provitamins and substances having a similar effect category ID Group functional additive chemical Designation, description animal species or category of animals maximum per kg complete with 12% moisture content other food provisions 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 E 672 3 a vitamin A - chickens for fattening ducks to fertilizer turkeys for fattening lambs for fattening pigs for fattening cattle for fattening 13500 UI all foodstuffs with the exception of feed for young animals calves for fattening 25000 IU foods breastfeeding only other animal species or categories of animals - all E 670 3 food has vitamin D2 - piglets calves 10000 IU foods breastfeeding only. Co-administration of vitamin D3 prohibited cattle ovine equidae 4000 IU simultaneous Administration of vitamin D3 prohibited other animal species or categories of animals, with the exception of poultry and fish 2000 IU of vitamin D3 prohibited E 671 3 simultaneous Administration has Vitamin D3 - piglets calves 10000 IU foods breastfeeding only simultaneous Administration of vitamin D2 prohibited cattle ovine equidae 4000 IU vitamin D2 simultaneous Administration banned chickens for fattening turkeys 5000 IU co-administration of vitamin D2 prohibited

Other poultry fish 3000 IU simultaneous Administration of vitamin D2 prohibited other animal species or categories of animals 2000 IU Administration simultaneous of vitamin D2 prohibited 3a670a a 3, 25 - hydroxycholecalciferol additive Composition: stabilized form of 25-hydroxycholecalciferol characterisation of the active substance: 25-hydroxycholecalciferol, C27H44O2. H2O CAS number: 63283-36-3 criteria of purity: 25-hydroxycholecalciferol > 94%, other sterols related < 1%, each Erythrosine < 5 mg/kg method of analysis: determination of 25-hydroxycholecalciferol: HPLC coupled with the mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS determination of vitamin D3) in the complete feedingstuff: liquid chromatography (HPLC) high-performance reverse-phase with UV detection at 265 nm [in 12821:2000] chickens for fattening 0.100 mg 1. Addendum to incorporate into the feed via the use of a premelange.2. Maximum quantity of the combination of 25-hydroxycholecalciferol and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) per kg of complete feedingstuff (40 IU lives. D3 = 0.001 mg):-≤0, 125 mg (equivalent to 5000 IU of vitamin D3) for chickens for fattening and turkeys for fattening, - ≤0, 080 mg for other poultry, - ≤0, 050 mg for pigs.

3. the simultaneous use of vitamin D2 is not autorisee.4. Content of ethoxyquin to indicate on the etiquette.5. Security measure: port of respiratory protection.

Other poultry 0.080 mg turkeys for fattening 0.100 mg pigs 0.050 mg - all substances of the group, with the exception of vitamins A and D all - all food 3.2 Group functional b: consisting of trace elements 3.2.1 Group functional b: consisting of trace elements in recosting ID category group functional Element additive Designation chemical maximum content of the element in mg/kg of complete with 12% moisture content other food provisions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 E 1 3 b iron - Fe Carbonate ferrous FeCO3 sheep 500 (total) pets 1250 (total) piglets up to one week before weaning 250 mg/day other pigs 750 (total) other species 750 (total) - ferric chloride, hexahydrate FeCl3 ∙6H2O - Fumarate ferrous FeC4H2O4 -.


Oxide hydrated ferric - ferrous Sulfate, monohydrate FeSO4 ∙H2O - Fe2O3 ferrous Sulfate, heptahydrate FeSO4 ∙7H2O - ferrous amino acid Chelate, Fe (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = Anion of any acid amine derived from soy protein hydrolyzed) less than 1500 PM - ferrous glycine Chelate, hydrated Fe (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = anion synthetic glycine) - E 2 3 b iodine - I calcium Iodate, anhydrous Ca (IO3) 2 equidae : 4 (total); fish: 20 (total), dairy cows and hens: 5 (total); other species or animal categories: 10 (total) - potassium iodide Kl - 3b 301 3 b Cobalt - Co cobalt (II) tetrahydrate crystals/granular Acetate, with at least 23% particulate matter < 50 im cobalt content: less than 1% Co (CH3COO) 2 ∙4H2O CAS No.: 6147-53-1 for all permissions of cobalt (b 3 801, b 3, 802, b 3, 803, b 3, 804, 3 b 805): 1 (total) only for ruminants with a functional rumen , equidae, Lagomorphs, herbivores and mammalian Zoo reptiles.
Addendum to incorporate into the feed in the form of premix.
Measures of protection taken under existing legislation on health and safety at work. During manipulation, please wear suitable protective gloves, and respiratory and eye protection means appropriate.
Declaration to be made on the label of the additive and the premixture:-"it is recommended to limit the supplementation to cobalt to 0.3 mg per kg of complete feedingstuff. In this context, should take account of the risk of a cobalt deficiency due to local conditions and the composition of the diet."
Compulsory indication on the labelling of additives and premixtures with 3b 1802, b 3, 1803, b 3, 1805:-"foods containing this additive can be offered in a free form of dust" 3b 302 cobalt (II) Carbonate, in the form of powder, with a content of at least 46% cobalt cobalt Carbonate: minimum 75% cobalt hydroxide: 3%-15% water: 6% maximum particle < 11 im : less than 90% CoCO3 CAS No.: 513-79-1 Co (OH) 2 CAS No: 21041-93-0 3 b 303 Carbonate hydroxide (2:3) of cobalt (II) monohydrate in powdered, with at least 50% particulate matter < 50 im cobalt content: less than 98% 2CoCO3 ∙3Co (OH) 2 CAS No. ∙H2O: 51839-24-8 3 b 304 Preparation granules coated with carbonate of cobalt (II) monohydrate, with a cobalt content between 1% and 5% (2.3% to 3.0%) coating Agents and dispersants (choice of polyoxyethylene (, sorbitan monolaurate, polyethylene glycol, polyethylene glycol 300 glyceryl ricinoleate, sorbitol and maltodextrin) particles < 50 im: less than 1% CoCO3 CAS No.: 513-79-1 3 b 305 cobalt Sulfate (II) heptahydrate, in the form of powder, containing at least 20% particulate matter < 50 im cobalt content: less than 95% CoSO4 ∙7H2O CAS No.: 10026-24-1 E 4 3 b copper - Cu cupric Acetate monohydrate Cu (CH1COO) 2 ∙H2O pigs - piglets up to 12 weeks : 170 (total) - other pigs 25 (total) cattle * - replacers and other whole foods before the beginning of rumination 15 (total) - other bovine 35 (total) sheep * 15 (total) fish 25 (total) crustaceans 50 (total) other species 25 (total) the following statements are to be included in the labelling and accompanying documents: * for cattle after the beginning of rumination: when the copper content of the food is less than 20 mg/kg : "The copper content of this food can cause a copper deficiency in cattle pacagés in meadows with molybdenum and sulphur content is high." * For sheep: when the copper content of food exceeding 10 mg/kg: "the copper content of this food can cause poisoning of certain species of sheep."

Basic copper carbonate, monhydrate CuCO3 ∙Cu (OH) 2 ∙H2O cupric chloride, dihydrate CuCl2 ∙2H2O oxide cupric CuO cupric sulphate, monohydrate CuSO4 ∙H2O cupric sulphate pentahydrate CuSO4 ∙5H2O 3b 409 Trihydroxychlorure dicuivre Cu2 (OH) 3 Cl copper amino acid Chelate, hydrated Cu (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = Anion of any acid amine derived from soy protein hydrolyzed) PM less than 1500 cupric glycine Chelate , hydrated Cu (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = anion synthetic glycine) E 5 3 b Manganese - Mn manganous chloride, tetrahydrate MnCl2 ∙4H2O fish 100 (total) other species 150 (total) - acid manganese Phosphate, trihydrate MnHPO4 ∙3H2O - oxide manganous MnO - manganous Sulfate, monohydrate MnSO4 ∙H2O - manganese amino acid Chelate, hydrated Mn (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = Anion of any acid amine derived from soy protein hydrolyzed) less than 1500 PM - glycine manganese Chelate , hydrated Mn (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = anion synthetic glycine) - E 6 3 b Zinc - Zn zinc Acetate dihydrate Zn(CH3 ∙COO) 2 ∙2H2O pets 250 (total) fish 200 (total) replacers 200 (total) other species 150 (total) - zinc chloride, ZnCl2 ∙H2O - ZnO zinc oxide monohydrate - sulphate of zinc, heptahydrate ZnSO4 ∙7H2O maximum content lead : 600 mg/kg zinc sulphate, monohydrate ZnSO4 ∙H2O - b 3, 609 Hydroxychloride of zinc monohydrate Zn5 (OH) 8 Cl2 · (H2O)

Zinc chelate of amino acids, hydrated Zn (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = Anion of any acid amine derived from soy protein hydrolyzed) less than 1500 PM - zinc Chelate of glycine, hydrated Zn (x) 1-3 ∙nH2O (x = anion synthetic glycine) - E 7 3 b molybdenum - Mo Na2MoO4 ∙2H2O sodium Molybdate all species 2.5 (total) E 8 3 b Selenium - Se Selenite sodium Na2SeO3 all species 0.5 (total) - Na2SeO4 - 3b8.10 Sel-Plex form sodium Selenate organic selenium produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 (inactivated selenium yeast) organic Selenium mainly composed of selenomethionine (63%) and compounds low molecular mass (34 to 36%), with a content of 2000 to 2400 mg Se/kg (97 to 99% of organic selenium) analytical method: atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) with effect Zeeman or SAA hybrid graphite furnace terms : - Sel-Plex, 3b8.10-Alkosel, 3b8.11-Selsaf, 3b8.12-Selisseo, 3 b 814 - Exential 3b 8151. Addendum to incorporate into the feed in the form of premelange.2. For the safety of the users: port of respiratory protection, goggles and safety gloves during the manipulation.3. Maximum organic selenium supplementation: 0.20 mg Se/kg of complete feedingstuff of a moisture content of 12%. 4. Technological additives or the raw material used in the composition of feedingstuffs must submit a production potential of dust less than 0.2 mg selenium/m3 of air.5. In the mode of use of the additive and the premixture, indicate the storage and stability conditions.

3b8.11 Alkosel R397 Selenomethionine produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397 (inactivated selenium yeast) characteristics of the additive: content of selenium organic, mainly in the form of selenomethionine (63%), between 2000 and 2400 mg Se/kg (97 to 99% of organic selenium) analytical method: atomic absorption (AAS) with four graphite Zeeman or SAA by generation of hydrides 3b8.12 3B Selsaf Selenomethionine produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3399 (inactivated selenium yeast) characteristics of the additive : Content of organic selenium, mainly in the form of selenomethionine (63%), between 2000 and 2400 mg Se/kg (97 to 99% of organic selenium).
Characteristics of the active substance: Selenomethionine produced by Saccharomycescerevisiae CNCM I-3399 (inactivated selenium yeast).
Analysis method: atomic absorption (AAS) with four graphite Zeeman or SAA by hydride generation.

3b 814 3 b Selisseo Hydroxy - analogue of selenomethionine Preparation of hydroxy analogue of seleno-methionine in solid and liquid form selenium content: 18 000 to 24 000 mg Se/kg Selenium organic > 99% of total selenium Hydroxy analogue of selenomethionine > 98% of selenium Preparation all in solid form: 5% hydroxy analogue of selenomethionine and 95% of medium Preparation in liquid form : 5% hydroxy analogue of seleno-methionine and 95% distilled water characterisation of the active substance: organic Selenium of hydroxy analogue of selenomethionine (acid r,s-2-hydroxy-4-methylseleno-butanoique) chemical formula: C5H10O3Se CAS No 873660-49-2 3 b 815 3B L - selenomethionine Excential solid Preparation of L-selenomethionine with selenium content less than 40 g/kg active substance characterization: organic Selenium in the form of L-selenomethi-onine (acid 2-amino-4-methylselanyl - Butanoic) produced by chemical synthesis chemical formula : C 5 H Novemb 2Se CAS No.: 3211-76-5 crystalline powder of L-selenomethionine > 97% and Selenium > 39% 3.2.2 functional group compounds of trace elements, not revalued b: ID category group functional Element additive Designation chemical maximum content of the element in mg/kg of complete with 12% moisture content other food provisions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 E 1 iron - Fe ferrous chloride, tetrahydrate FeCl2 ∙4H2O sheep 500 (total) pets 1250 (total) piglets up to one week before weaning 250 mg. day other pigs 750 (total) other species 750 (total) Fe ferrous Citrate, hexahydrate Fe3 (C6H5O7) ∙6H2O - Fe ferrous Lactate, trihydrate Fe (C3H5O3) 2 ∙3H2O - E 2 3 b iodine - I calcium, hexahydrate Ca (IO3) 2 6H2O equine ∙ Iodate: 4 (total); fish: 20 (total), dairy cows and hens: 5 (total); other species or animal categories: 10 (total) - sodium iodide Nai E 4 copper Cu copper Cu (C5H10NO2S) 2 pigs Methionate

-piglets up to 12 weeks: 170 (total) - other pigs 25 (total) cattle * - replacers and other whole foods before the beginning of rumination 15 (total) - other bovine 35 (total) sheep * 15 (total) fish 25 (total) crustaceans 50 (total) other species 25 (total) the following statements are to be included in the labelling and accompanying documents: * for cattle after the start of rumination : When the copper content of the food is less than 20 mg/kg: "the copper content of this food can cause a copper deficiency in cattle pacagés in meadows with molybdenum and sulphur content is high." * For sheep: when the copper content of food exceeding 10 mg/kg: "the copper content of this food can cause poisoning of certain species of sheep."

E 5 3 b Mangan - Mn Carbonate manganese MnCO3 fish 100 (total) other species 150 (total) oxide manganomanganic oxide Mn2O3 MnO manganic manganous Sulfate Mn2O3, tetrahydrate, MnSO4 ∙4H2O E 6 3 b Zinc - Zn zinc Lactate, trihydrate Zn (C3H5O3) 2 ∙3H2O pets 250 (total) fish 200 (total) breastfeeding foods 200 (total) other species 150 (total) zinc Carbonate ZnCO3 E 7 3 b Molybdän - Mo ammonium (NH4) 6Mo7O24 ∙4H2O 2.5 (total) Molybdate - 3.3 Group functional c : amino acids, their salts and analogues category ID Group functional additives Description statements mandatory requirements concerning the composition in the original substance note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3c301 3 c DL-methionine technically pure Methionine: minimum 99% name IUPAC: acid 2-amino-4 - (methylthio) Butanoic CAS No.: 59-51-8 C5H11NO2S the DL-methionine technically pure can also be used in the drinking water.
Declaration to be made on the label of the additive and premixtures: "If the additive is added to drinking water, the excess protein should be avoided."

3.1.3 3 c Methionine-zinc for cattle, sheep and goats with belly functional (Methionine-zinc) zinc-Methionine, technically pure [CH3S (CH2) 2 - CH (NH2) - COO] 2Zn water DL - methionine DL - methionine Zinc min. 80% up 18.5% 3.1.4 3 c liquid concentrate of DL-methionine-sodium concentrated liquid of DL-methionine-sodium, technically pure [CH3S (CH2) 2 - CH (NH2) - COO] Na water DL-methionine DL-methionine Sodium min. 40% min. 6.2% 3.1.5 3 c DL-methionine protected in the rumen for ruminants (DL-methionine, protected in can chew) copolymer vinylpyridinestyrene water DL-methionine 3.1.6-protected DL-methionine, technically pure, 3 c acid dl-2-hydroxy-4-methyl-mercaptobutyrique for all animal species, (methionine hydroxyl Analogue) acid dl-2-hydroxy-4-methyl-mercaptobutyrique CH3 - S-(CH2) 2 - CH (OH) - COOH water acids totals acid monomer acids totals acid monomer min. 85% min. 65% Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feedingstuffs : name of the product according to column 4, in acid monomer and total acids, rate of incorporation of the product in the food.

3.1.7 3 c calcium salt of dl-2-hydroxy-4-methyl-mercaptobutyrique acid for all animal species (the methionine hydroxy analogue calcium salt) calcium salt of dl-2-hydroxy-4-methyl-mercaptobutyrique acid [CH3 - S-(CH2) 2 - CH (OH) - COO] 2 AC water acid monomer acid monomer Calcium min. 83% min. 12% Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feedingstuffs: - name of the product in accordance with column 4, - acid monomer content - rates of incorporation of the product in the food.

3.1.8 the hydroxylated analogue of methionome CH3-S(CH2)2-CH(OH)-COO-CH-(CH3 isopropyl Ester 3 c Analogue of methionine) 2 water Esters Esters monomer in water min. 90% max. 1% for dairy cow dry matter: Declaration on the labelling or packaging of the product:-2-hydroxy-4 acid isopropyl ester methylthiobutanoique Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feedingstuffs ": - analogue of methionine: isopropyl acid 2-hydroxy-4-methylthiobutanoique - analogue of methionine rate incorporated in feedingstuffs ester» 3.2.1 3 c L-Lysine L-lysine, technically pure NH2-(CH2) 4 - CH (NH2) - COOH water L-lysine L-lysine min. 98% 3.2.2 3 c concentrated liquid L - lysine L-lysine alkaline liquid concentrate-, obtained by fermentation of saccharose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates NH2 (CH2) 4 - CH (NH2) - COOH water L-lysine L-lysine min. 60% 3.2.3 3 c Monohydrochloride L-lysine (L-lysine-HCl) Monohydrochloride of L - lysine, technically pure NH2-(CH2) 4 - CH (NH2) - COOH · HCl water L-lysine L-lysine min. 78% 3.2.4 3 c concentrated liquid L-lysine monohydrochloride (L-lysine-HCl, liquid) concentrated liquid L-lysine monohydrochloride obtained by fermentation of saccharose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates NH2-(CH2) 4 - CH (NH2) - COOH · HCl water L-lysine L-lysine min. 22.4% 3.2.5 3 c L-lysine sulphate and its by-products produced by fermentation of L-lysine sulphate and its by-products from fermentation of sugar syrup, molasses, cereals, starch products and their hydrolysates by Corynebacterium glutamicum [NH2-(CH2) 4 - CH (NH2) - COOH] 2 · H2SO4 water L-lysine L-lysine min. 40% 3.3.1 3 c L-threonine L-threonine, technically pure CH3 - CH (OH) - CH (NH2) - COOH water L-threonine L-threonine min. 98% 3c3.7.1 3 c L-Valine L-valine with a purity of 98% or more (on dry matter) produced by Escherichia coli (K-12 AG314) iron M - ABP 10640 C5H11NO2 water L-Valine moisture content must be indicated in 3.4.1 3 c L-tryptophan L-tryptophan, technically pure (C8H5NH) - CH2-CH-COOH NH2 water L-tryptophan L-tryptophan min. 98% 3c370 3 c L-Valine-L-valine minimum 98% (on the basis of the material dry) 2-amino-3-methylbutanoic acid produced by Corynebacterium glutamicum (KCCM 80058) chemical formula: C5H11NO2 CAS number: 72-18-4 water L-Valine moisture content must be indicated ID category group functional additive Description allowed animal species content minimum content maximum other provisions 3c3.7.2 3 c guanidinoacetic acid guanidinoacetic acid of a purity of 98% (on dry matter) at least no. case 352-97-6 C3H7N3O2 obtained by means of chemical synthesis with: ≤0. 5% of dicyanamide ≤0. 03% cyanamide chickens for fattening 600 mg/kg complete feed 88% MS 600 mg/kg complete feed 88% MS the moisture content shall be indicated.
Addendum to incorporate into the feed in the form of premix 3c305 3 c L-Methionine L-methionine with a purity of at least 98.5% [acid (2s) - 2-amino-4-(methylthio) Butanoic] produced by fermentation with Escherichia coli (KCCM 11252P) and KCCM 11340P chemical formula: C5H11NO2S CAS number: 63-68-3 the L-methionine can also be used in the drinking water.
Declaration to be made on the label of the additive and premixtures: "If the additive is added to drinking water, the excess protein should be avoided."

3b 611 3 c zinc Chelate of methionine (1:2) powder with a minimum content DL - methionine 78% and a zinc content of between 17.5% and 18.5% zinc methionine Chelate: zinc-methionine 1:2 (Zn (Met) 2) chemical formula: C10H20N2O4S2Zn CAS No.: 151214-86-7 pet fish other species replacers complete or complementary 250 (total) 200 (total) 150 (total) 200 (total) addendum to incorporate into the feed in the form of premix.
For the safety of the users: port of respiratory protection, goggles and safety gloves when handling.
The contribution of the addendum to the intake of methionine in the diet should be taken into account.

3.4 group functional d: urea and its derivatives 3.4.1 Group functional d: urea and its derivatives, in revaluation ID category group functional additive Description species or category animal maximum content in mg/kg of complete feedingstuff with a moisture content of 12% Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3s1 3 d urea urea content: minimum 97% content in nitrogen : 46% Diaminomethanone: CAS No.: 58069-82-2, chemical formula: CO (NH2) 2 Ruminants with a functional rumen 8800 in the instructions for use of the additive for animal feed and feed containing urea, indicate the following: "urea cannot be given to animals with a functional rumen. To achieve the maximum dose, the amount of urea in the diet should be increased gradually. This maximum dose of urea will be given as part of a diet rich in carbohydrates very digestible and low in soluble nitrogen. Urea nitrogen may represent 30% of the total nitrogen in the daily ration.'

3.4.2 functional group 4: d: urea and its derivatives, not revalued ID category group functional additives Description statements mandatory Declarations optional requirements concerning the composition in the original substance note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2.1.2.

3 d Biuret for ovine and caprine animals with functional rumen (Biuret) technically pure Biuret (CONH2) 2 - NH nitrogen Biuret min. 97% Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of food compounds:-name of the product in accordance with column 4 - rate of incorporation of the product in the food -, nitrogen protein, expressed in crude protein (% of the total crude protein).

2.1.3. 3 d Phosphate urea to cattle, sheep and goats with functional rumen (urea Phosphate) Phosphate of technically pure urea CO (NH2) 2 ∙H3PO4 nitrogen phosphorus nitrogen phosphorus min.16, 5% min. 18%


Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feedingstuffs:-name of the product in accordance with column 4 - rate of incorporation of the product in the food -, nitrogen protein, expressed in crude protein (% of the total crude protein).

2.1.4 3 d Diuredo-isobutane for cattle, sheep and goats with functional rumen (Diuredo-isobutane) Diuredo-isobutane technically pure (CH3) 2 (CH) - 2 (NHCONH2) 2 nitrogen nitrogen Aldehyde isobutyric min. 30% min. 35% Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feedingstuffs:-name of the product according to column 4 - rate of incorporation of the product in the food - intake of non-protein nitrogen expressed as crude protein (% of the total crude protein).

New content according to chapter I of O II al. 1 of May 21, 2014 (RO 2014 1621) Davis. Updated according to ch. II of O of the 20 may 2015 RFLD, in force since 1 Jul. 2015 (2015 1793 RO).
Alone or together with sodium bisulfite.
per kg of food feeding alone or together with sodium metabisulfite.
Maximum 100 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 310, E 311 and 312 E.
Maximum 150 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 320, E 321 and E 324.
Maximum 150 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 320, E 321 and E 324.
Maximum 150 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 320, E 321 and E 324.
Maximum 100 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 310, E 311 and 312 E.
Maximum 100 mg/kg, alone or in combination with E 310, E 311 and 312 E.
Alone or in mixture with other polysorbates (E 432, E 433, 434 E, E 435, E 436).
Alone or in mixture with other polysorbates (E 432, E 433, 434 E, E 435, E 436).
Alone or in mixture with other polysorbates (E 432, E 433, 434 E, E 435, E 436).
Alone or in mixture with other polysorbates (E 432, E 433, 434 E, E 435, E 436).
Alone or in mixture with other polysorbates (E 432, E 433, 434 E, E 435, E 436).
Fillings easy silage: > 3% of soluble carbohydrates in the material fresh (e.g. complete corn plant, chaff, bromine or sugar beet pulp).
Fillings easy silage: > 3% of soluble carbohydrates in the material fresh (e.g. complete corn plant, chaff, bromine or sugar beet pulp).
Fillings easy silage: > 3% of soluble carbohydrates in the material fresh (e.g. complete corn plant, chaff, bromine or sugar beet pulp).
(i) substances that add or restore colour in animal feed; (ii) substances which, used in animal feed, add colour to food of animal origin; (iii) substances that have a positive effect on the colour of the fish or ornamental birds.
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Alone or in mixture with other carotenoids and xanthophylls (E 160 c, 160th E, E 160f, E 161b, E 161(c), E 161g, E 161 h, E 161i).
Implementing Regulation (EU) no 230-2013 of the Commission of 14 March 2013, concerning the withdrawal from the market of certain feed additives animal belonging to the functional group of aromatic and aperitif substances, OJ L 80, the 21.3.2013 version, p. 1 regulations (EU) n 796/2013 Commission on August 21, 2013, refusing the authorisation of the substance 3-acetyl-2 5 - dimethylthiophene as an additive for animal feed, version of the OJ L 224, 22.8.2013, p. 4 of detailed information regarding the analytical methods are available on the website of the Community reference at www.irmm.jrc.be/html/crlfaa/ State laboratory on July 1, 2015, annex 3.1 (art. 3, para. 2, 5, Al 1, 6 al. 3, let. b, and 10, let. b) list of the homologous particular nutritional purposes (dietetic foods list) the list of objectives approved nutritional individuals (destinations) for dietary foods for animals, as well as levels and restrictions on use requirements, comply with Annex I of directive 2008/38/EC.

Formerly Schedule 3. New content according to chapter II al. 2 W of Davis on May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).
Directive 2008/38 of the Commission on 5 March 2008 laying down a list of the destinations of the feedingstuffs for particular nutritional purposes, OJ L 62, 6.3.2008, p. 9; amended last by the R (EU) n 5/2014, OJ n L 2, the 6.01.2014, p. 3.

State on July 1, 2015, annex 3.2 (art. 5, Al 2) requirements specific to the boli that are put into circulation as feed the animals or feed Supplement 1. Labelling when feedingstuffs intended for particular nutritional purposes is placed on the market in the form of bolus, consisting of a raw material for feed or in a complementary food for animals, to individual forced oral administration, the label of the food shall, where appropriate, mention the maximum liberation period continues the bolus and the release rate daily for each additive for feedingstuffs for which a maximum level is fixed for the complete feed.

2 technical justification at the request of the competent authority, the operator in the sector of animal feed that puts a bolus on the market proves that the level of available daily in the digestive additive not exceed, where appropriate, the maximum content of the additive for feedingstuffs set per kilogram of compound feed for animals throughout the period of food (bolus slow release).

Introduced by c. II al. 3 W of Davis on May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).

State on July 1, 2015, annex 4.1 (art. 2) Substances which putting into circulation and use are limited or prohibited for the purposes of animal nutrition part 1 the following substances cannot be beeches or put into circulation as feed: a. feces, urine, and the isolated content digestive obtained during the drain or the separation of the digestive tract regardless of the nature of the treatment to which they were subjected or mixing achieved; b. the treated hides and skins, including leather, and their waste; v. seed, the plants and other materials for the propagation of plants that have been treated with pesticides after harvest to appropriate employment, as well as all by-products resulting; d. wood and sawdust treated with protective products of wood , as well as all by-products resulting; e. any waste produced during the various stages of treatment of the urban, domestic and industrial waste water, regardless of the method of treatment to which they were able to be submitted later and irrespective of the origin of wastewater; f. solid municipal waste, such as household waste; g... .h. packaging and parts of packaging from the use of products of the food industry; i. yeasts of the genus «» Candida"grown on n-alkanes.

Part 2, the following items must not be used for the production of feed for livestock, or put on the market as food for farm animals, or used to feed animals: a. k.. .l. hemp or products derived, regardless of the form or type.

Part 3 animal by-products may be used or put into circulation for animal feed only if they comply with the art. 27 to 34 of the order of May 25, 2011 on the disposal of animal by-products (OESPA).

Last updated by ch. II of O of the Davis of Oct. 31. 2012, in force since 1 Jan. 2012 (2012 6401 RO).
The term 'waste water' does not refer to "process water", i.e. to the waters from independent circuits, integrated in the industries of food products in the food and feed; where these conduits are supplied with water, no water can be used for animal feed purposes if it is not safe and clean.
RS 916.441.22 State July 1, 2015 Schedule 4.2 (Art. 3) part 1 feedingstuffs of non-animal origin subject to reinforced official controls feed (intended use) KN - Code country of origin risk frequency of physical checks and inspections of identity (%)...

Part 2 Document accompanying document for the release of a commodity subject to stricter control must be established according to the model given in annex II to Regulation (EC) No. 669/2009.
In this order, the expressions are to understand as follows: a. 'Switzerland' instead of 'European Union' b. DCE as "Swiss import document" when only certain products falling within a given CN code should be reviewed and there is no specific subdivision under this code in the nomenclature of goods, the latter is preceded by an 'ex' (e.g. ex 1006 30 (: only basmati rice intended for direct human consumption is included).

R (EC) no 669/2009 of 24 Jul Commission. 2009 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of the R (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the official reinforced controls on imports of certain feed and some food of non-animal origin and amending the D 2006/504 / EC, OJ L 194, 25.7.2009, p. 11, as amended by the ex R. (EU) no 799/2011 9.8.2011, OJ L 205 of the 10.08.2011, p. 15-21.

State July 1, 2015 annex 5 (art. 16) detailed rules regarding the establishment and the submission of applications as well as the assessment and the authorisation of additives for animal feed an application for authorisation for a feed additive shall contain the following: a. date; b. object: request for authorisation for a feed additive; c. permission type : (new, new use, renewal, amendment, extension, emergency authorizations); d. full address of the applicant or his representative; e. identification and characterisation of the additive: 1 name of the additive (characterization of the (a) substance (s) / material (s) active (s)); 2. trade name (if applicable); 3. category and group functional; 4. animal targets; 5. If applicable: name of the current holder of the authorization, existing number, category; 6. indications on possible permissions for foodstuffs (if applicable); 7. If the product consists of a genetically modified organism (GMO), contains or is extracted: the specific marker and the conditions of use; 8. the mode of application in whole foods or water: animal species or categories of animal, maximum age or weight, minimum and maximum dose (if applicable); 9. special conditions of use (if applicable); 10. specific conditions or restrictions for its manipulation (if relevant), 11. maximum residue (if applicable): identification of residues, species or category of animal, fabric - or product-target, maximum quantity of residues in tissues or products (in μg/kg), timeout;

f. a sample of the additive with the following indications: 1 number of lot or load, 2 date of manufacture, 3 storage, 4 content of active ingredient, 5 weight-6 description of the texture, 7 description of the packaging, 8. special conditions of storage;

g. amendment requested (if applicable); h. documented according to al. 2. the dossier accompanying the application for authorization for an additive intended for animal feed must comply with the requirements of annexes II, III and IV to Regulation (EC) n 429/2008.

R (EC) n 429/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 April 2008 on detailed rules for the application of the R (EC) no 1831/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council in relation to the establishment and the submission of applications as well as the assessment and the authorisation of additives for animal feed, OJ L 133, 22.5.2008, p. 1 State on July 1, 2015, Appendix 6.1 (art. 17) Nomenclature of the additive for animal feed groups belong to the category "1. technological additives' the following functional groups: a. conservative: substances or, where applicable, micro-organisms which protect feed of alterations due to micro-organisms or their metabolites; b. antioxidants: substances prolonging the shelf life of pet food and the material feed animals protecting them from deterioration caused by oxidation; (c). emulsifiers: substances that added to a food for animals, allow to achieve or maintain a homogenous mixture of two or more immiscible phases; d. stabilizers: substances which added to a food for animals, allow to maintain the physico-chemical state; e. thickeners: substances which added to a food for animals, increase the viscosity; f. gelling agents: substances which, added to a feed , give consistency by the formation of a gel; g. binders: substances which, added to a food for animals, increase the clumping of particles; h. substances for control of radionuclide contamination: substances that suppress absorption of radionuclides or promote the excretion; i. anti-caking: substances which, in feed, limit the clumping of particles; j. correcting acidity: substances that alter the pH of feedingstuffs; k silage additives : substances, including enzymes or micro-organisms, intended to be incorporated into feed to improve the production of silage; l. denaturing: substances which, used in the manufacture of processed feedingstuffs, allow to determine the origin of materials first for food or specific feed; Mr. substances to reduce the contamination of animal feed by mycotoxins : substances to remove or reduce the absorption of mycotoxins, promote excretion or to change the mode of action.

Belong to category 2. sensory additives' the following functional groups: a. dyes: i. substances that add or restore colour to animal feed, ii. substances which, used in animal feed, add color to foodstuffs of animal origin, iii. substances which have a positive effect on the colour of the fish or ornamental birds;

b. aromatic substances: substances which, added to a food for animals, increase the smell and palatability.

Belong to category 3. nutritional additives' the following functional groups:. vitamins, provitamins and substances having a similar effect chemically well-defined; b. compounds of trace elements c. amino acids, their salts and analogues; d. urea and its derivatives.

Belong to category 4. zootechnical additives' the following functional groups: a. digestibility enhancers: substances which, used in animal feed, enhance the digestibility of the diet, by their action on certain raw materials for feedingstuffs; b. stabilizing intestinal flora: micro-organisms or other substances chemically defined which, used in animal feed, have a beneficial effect on the intestinal flora; c. substances that have a positive effect on the environment; d. other additives zootechnical.

Belong to the category "5. coccidiostats and histomonostats' groups functional following: a. specific substances with a coccidiostat or histomonostatic effects effect.

State July 1, 2015 annex 6.2 (art. 15) General Conditions of use of the additive 1. The quantity of additives also in the natural state in certain raw materials for animal feed is calculated so that the sum of the elements added and the elements present naturally does not exceed the maximum level laid down in the regulation of autorisation.2. The mixing of additives is permitted in premixtures and feedingstuffs if there is physico-chemical and biological compatibility between the components of the mixture to the effects souhaites.3. Complementary feeding stuffs, diluted as specified, may not have levels of additives exceed those fixed for complete feedingstuffs for animaux.4. Regards premixtures containing silage additives the words of "silage additives" must clearly be added on the label after "PREMIXTURE".

State 1 July 2015 annex 7 (art. 21) Tolerances allowed for the labelling particulars concerning the composition of the raw materials for food animals or food stuffs part A: Tolerances applicable to analytical constituents for raw materials and compound feedingstuffs the tolerances laid down in this part include technical and analytical gaps. When analytical tolerances covering measurement uncertainties and differences in procedure have been laid down, the values established in the al. 2 should be adapted accordingly, so as to include only the technical tolerances.
If there is a discrepancy between the composition of a raw material for feed or a compound for animal feed and the value, specified under the labelling, analytical constituents referred to in annexes1.1, 1.2, 8.2 and 8.3, the applicable tolerances are as follows: a. crude fat, crude protein and crude ash: i. ±3% of the total mass or volume total for contents declared equal to or greater than 24%; ii. ±12, 5% of the declared content for declared contents of less than 24% (up 8%); iii. ±1% of the total mass or total volume for declared contents of less than 8%;

b. crude fibre, sugars and starch: i. ±3. 5% of the total mass or total volume for contents declared equal to or greater than 20%; ii. ±17, 5% of the declared content for declared contents of less than 20% (up 10%); iii. ±1. 7% of the total mass or total volume for declared contents of less than 10%;

c. calcium, ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid, phosphorus total, sodium, potassium and magnesium: i. ±1% of the total mass or total volume for contents declared equal to or greater than 5%; ii. ±20% of the declared content for declared contents of less than 5% (up 1%); iii. ±0. 2% of the total mass or the total volume for declared contents of less than 1%;

d. humidity:

i. ±8% of the declared content for declared contents or above 12.5%; ii. ±1% of the total mass or total volume for declared contents of less than 12,5% (up 5%); iii. ±20% of the declared content for declared contents of less than 5% (up 2%); iv. ±0. 4% of the total mass or the total volume for declared contents of less than 2%;

e. with regard to energy and protein value, tolerances are as follows: 5% for the energy value and 10% for protein value.

By derogation from the al. 2, let. a, with regard to crude oils and fats and the crude protein contained in food for pets, if the declared content is less than 16%, the allowed deviation is ± 2% of the total mass or total volume.
By derogation from the al. 2, the gap upward from the declared content allowed for crude oils and fats, sugars, starch, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, the energy value and the protein value can be up to twice the tolerance laid down in points 2 and 3.
By derogation from the al 2, the tolerances the ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid and moisture do apply that upwards. They are unlimited down.
List of the tolerances for the values analysed in raw materials and compound feedingstuffs for animals tabular component analytical content announced tolerated Difference percent if below so above crude protein (excluding pet food) less than 8 1.0 1.0 Unit 8 to 24 12.5% 12.5% 24 and more 3.0 units 3.0 crude protein (pets) less than 16 2.0 x 2.0 units 16 to 24 12.5% 12.5% 24 and up 3.0 3.0 units crude fat (excluding pet food) less than 8 1.0 unit 2.0 units 8 to 24 12.5% 25% 24 and over 3.0 6.0 units crude fat (pets) less than 16 2.0 4.0 units 16 to 24 12.5% 25% 24 and over 3.0 6.0 units crude ash less than 8 1.0 1.0 Unit 8 to 24 12.5% 12.5% 24 and more 3.0 3.0 units crude units less than 10

1.7 1.7 Unit 10, 20 17.5% 17.5% 20 and more 3.5 units 3.5 total sugars less than 10 1.7 unit 3.4 units 10 to 20 17.5% 35% 20 and over 3.5 7.0 units starch less than 10 1.7 unit 3.4 units 10 to 20 17.5% 35% 20 and over 3.5 7.0 units Calcium less than 1 unit 0.2 to 0.4 1 to 5 20% 40% 5 and plus 1.0 unit 2.0 units total less phosphorus 1 0,2 unit 0.2 units 1 to 5 20% 20% 5 and plus 1.0 1.0 unit Sodium less than 1 unit 0.2 to 0.4 1 to 5 20% 40% 5 and plus 1.0 unit 2.0 units Potassium less than 1 unit 0.2 to 0.4 1 to 5 20% 40% 5 and plus 1.0 unit 2.0 units Magnesium less than 1 0.2 0.4 units unit 1 less than 5 20% 40% 5 and plus 1.0 unit 2.0 units

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid less than 1 0.2 unit 1 less than 5 20% limitation No 5 and over 1.0 unit water (moisture) less than 2 no limitation 0.4 unit 2 to 5 20% 5 to 12.5 1.0 unit 12.5 and more 8% energy value unless otherwise specified by an official method 5% 10% 10% 20% part B protein value : Tolerances applicable to additives for animal nutrition subject to the labelling provided for in annexes 1.1, 1.2, 8.2 and 8.3 the tolerances laid down in this section relate only to technical differences. They apply to additives for animal feed mentioned on the list of additives for animal feed and of analytical constituents.
As regards additives for animal feed contained among the analytical constituents, the tolerances apply to the total amount indicated in the context of labelling, such as the guaranteed quantity at the expiration of the date of minimum durability of the feed.
If there is content of a material first for food animal or a compound feedingstuff for animals in an additive for animal feed is less than the declared content, tolerances are as follows: a. 10% of the declared if the content is equal to or greater than 1000 units; b. 100 units if the declared content is less than 1000 units (up to 500 units); c. 20% of the declared if the content is less than 500 units) up to 1 unit); d. 0.2 unit if the declared content is less than 1 unit (up to 0.5 unit); e. 40% of the content declared if it is less than 0.5 unit.

If minimum and/or maximum of a feed in an addendum is based in the Act authorizing the additive concerned feed, technical tolerances according to the al. 1 apply only to above minimum or below the maximum level, as appropriate.
As long as the maximum level fixed for each additive referred to in point 2 is not exceeded, the gap upward relative to the declared content can go up to three times the relevant tolerance under para. 1. However, in the case for animal feed additives belonging to the Group of microorganisms, if a limit is established in the Act authorizing the additive concerned, it is the acceptable upper limit.

Under this al, 1 unit corresponds, as appropriate, to 1 mg, 1000 IU, 1 × 10 cfu or 100 enzyme activity units of the additive for animal feed concerned per kg of feed.

State July 1, 2015 Annex 8.1 (art. 7, 8 and 9) General provisions on the labelling of raw materials for animal feed and compound feedingstuffs 1. The indicated levels or to be declared refer to the weight of the feed, except contraires.2. The numeric indication of dates follows the following sequence: day, month and year, its structure contained on the label using the following abbreviation: "DD-MM-yy". 3. Synonymous expressions: in German, the name 'Einzelfuttermittel' may be replaced by the designation 'Futtermittel-Ausgangserzeugnis'. 4. Operating instructions supplementary animal feedingstuffs and raw materials for feedingstuffs containing additives in proportions greater than the maximum levels fixed for complete feedingstuffs shall specify the maximum quantity:-in grams or kilograms or units of volume of supplementary food and materials feed animals per animal per day or-as a percentage of the daily ration, or - in kilograms of complete feed or percentage of complete feed, so as to ensure the respect of the respective levels of additives for animal feed in the daily ration.
5. Although this has an influence on the analytical methods for pet food, the expression "crude protein" may be replaced by the term "protein", the expression "crude oils and fats" by the expression 'fat content' and the expression "crude ash" by the expression "mineral materials" or "inorganic matter".

State July 1, 2015 Annex 8.2 (arts. 7 and 9) Indications of labelling for raw materials for food animals and compound feedingstuffs for production animals chapter I: labelling of additives for animal feed 1. The specific name of the additive defined in the relevant legal Act authorising the feed additive animal concerned, the amount that has been added, its identification number and the name of the functional group in accordance with annex 6.1 or section 25 OSALA category shall be indicated in the case of the following additives: a. additives for which a maximum level is fixed for any type of species target; b. additives belonging to the categories and zootechnical additives, coccidiostats and histomonostats; c. additives belonging to the functional group of urea and its derivatives from the category of nutritional additives in accordance with annex 6.1.

2. the name are included in the relevant legal act authorizing the concerned animal feed additive and the added amount of additive listed if the presence of the additive in question is highlighted in the context of the labelling using words, images or graphiques.3. The person responsible for the labelling must communicate to the buyer, at the request of the latter, the name, identification number and the functional group of additives for animal feed mentioned in the by. 1.4 animal feed additives which are not mentioned in the by. 1 may be indicated on a voluntary basis, as defined in the by. 1 or in a form partielle.5. If a sensory or nutritional additive for animal feed as referred to in annex 6.1est shown on a voluntary basis in the context of the labelling, the added amount of additive should be precisee.6. If an additive belongs to several functional groups, should mention the functional group or category corresponding to its primary function in the case of the feed in question.

Chapter II: Labelling of analytical constituents 1. The analytical constituents of compound feedingstuffs for production animals are mentioned in the context of the labelling as follows: feed analytical constituents and species levels target complete feedingstuffs crude protein all species crude all species all species all species Lysine crude ash-crude oils and fats


Pigs and poultry Methionine pigs and poultry Calcium all species Sodium all species all species complementary feed Lysine Methionine pigs and poultry pigs and poultry minerals Calcium phosphorus all Sodium all species species phosphorus all Magnesium Ruminants other complementary feedingstuffs for animals protein species gross crude all species all species crude oils and fats all crude ash all Lysine swine species species and poultry Methionine pigs and poultry

Calcium ≥5% all Sodium all species species phosphorus ≥2% all Magnesium ≥0. 5% Ruminants 2 species. If they are listed in the topic of analytical constituents, amino acids, vitamins and/or trace elements must be declared for their total quantity.

State July 1, 2015 Annex 8.3 (art. 7, para. 1, 9, al. 1 let. f) Indications of labelling for raw materials for food animals and food compounds chapter I: labelling of additives for animal feed 1 pet. The specific name of the additive defined in the relevant legal act authorizing the additive concerned feed and/or its identification number, the quantity that was added and the name of the functional in accordance with annex 6.1 group or the category referred to in art. 25 OSALA, must be indicated in the case of the following additives: a. additives for which a maximum level is fixed for any type of species target; b. the additives belonging to the categories 'zootechnical additives' and 'coccidiostats and histomonostats'; c. the additives belonging to the functional group of 'urea and its derivatives' of the category 'nutritional additives' in accordance with annex 6.1.

2. by way of derogation to the by. 1, in the case of additives functional 'conservative', 'antioxidants' and groups 'colouring' as defined in annex 6.1, the functional subject group may be indicated only. In such cases, the person responsible for the labelling must communicate to the buyer, at the request of the latter, the information referred to the by. 1.3. the name are included in the relevant legal act authorizing the concerned animal feed additive and the added amount of additive listed if the presence of the additive in question is highlighted in the context of the labelling using words, images or graphiques.4. The person responsible for the labelling must communicate to the buyer, at the request of the latter, the name, identification number and the functional group of additives for animal feed not mentioned to the by. 1.5 animal feed additives which are not mentioned in the by. 1 may be indicated on a voluntary basis, as defined in the by. 1 or in a form partielle.6. If a sensory or nutritional additive for animal feed as referred to in annex 6.1 is indicated on a voluntary basis in the context of the labelling, the amount of additive added must be precisee.7. If an additive belongs to several functional groups, should mention the functional group or category corresponding to its primary function in the case of the feed in question.8. Persons responsible for labelling put at the disposal of the competent authorities any information pertaining to the composition or the alleged properties of pet food that they put on the market to verify the accuracy of the information given by labelling, including complete information on all additives used.

Chapter II: Labelling of analytical constituents 1. The analytical constituents of compound feedingstuffs for pet animals are mentioned in the context of the labelling as follows: feed analytical constituents target species food complete protein brute cats, dogs and animal fur for animals Cellulose brute cats, dogs and animal fur material fat gross cats, dogs and animal fur ash gross cats, dogs and animal fur food comple - Calcium all species additional to Sodium all animal species - minerals phosphorus all Other foods protein species brute cats, dogs and animal fur complementary Cellulose brute cats, dogs and animal fur material pet fat gross cats, dogs and animal fur ash gross cats, dogs and animal fur 2. If they are listed in the topic of analytical constituents, amino acids, vitamins and/or trace elements are declared for their total amount.

Updated according to ch. II al. 5 W of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).

State on July 1, 2015, annex 8.4 (art. 12) specific provisions applicable to the labelling of non-conforming feedingstuffs 1. Labelling of contaminated materials which includes the word "[feed with excessive content in...]. (name of the undesirable substances in accordance with annex 10), only use as animal feed after detoxification in a registered establishment]'. The approval of these establishments complies with art. 37 OSALA.2. In case the contamination is intended to be reduced or eliminated by cleaning, the additional wording to be included in the labelling of contaminated feed is the following: "[feed with excessive in...]. (name of the undesirable substances in accordance with annex 10), only use as animal feed after adequate cleaning]".

State on July 1, 2015, annex 8.5 (art. 18) specific labelling requirements applicable to premixes and additives for animal feed additives or premixtures containing labelling shall bear the following particulars according to their category and functional group: a. additives zootechnical, coccidiostats and histomonostats:-expiry date of the guarantee or the storage life from the date of manufacture , - operating instructions, - the concentration.

b. Enzymes, in addition to the abovementioned indications:-the specific name of the active components according to its or their enzyme activities, in accordance with the authorization given--according to the International Union of Biochemistry identification number - instead of concentration: units of activity (units of activity per gram or units of activity per millilitre).

c. micro-organisms:-expiry date of the guarantee or the storage life from the date of manufacture, - operating instructions, - the identification of the strain -, the number of units forming colonies per gram.

d. nutritional additives: - the content of active substances, - expiry date of the guarantee of that level or the storage life from the date of manufacture.

e. technological and sensory additives with the exception of flavouring compounds:-the active substance level.
f. aromatic Substances:-the rate of incorporation in the premixes.

State on July 1, 2015, annex 8.6 (art. 14) calculation of the nutritional value of compound feedingstuffs the nutritional value of compound feedingstuffs is calculated according to the following equations: 1. Ruminants 1.1 value energy energy NET lactation (NEL) NELMO (MJ/kg) = - 13.67 + 0, 0226xMAMO + 0, 0358xMGMO + 0, 0074xCBMO + 0, 0222xENAMO energy NET meat (NEV) NEVMO (MJ/kg) = - 279,427 + 0, 2888xMAMO + 0, 3058xMGMO + 0, 2689xCBMO + 0, 2891xENAMO area of validity of the regressions : Maximum CB 180 g/kg MB maximum MG 100 g/kg MO Indication of the levels of nutrients in g/kg MO 1.2 value nitrogenous absorbable protein in the intestine (PAI) (a Correction of the formula PAI on August 29, 2008. For feedingstuffs composed with a content of crude protein between 100 and 200 g/kg DM: PAIMO (g/kg) = 151 + 0, 00229xMAMO - 0, 00656xdeMA + 0, 2766xMGMO - 0, 00066xMGMO - 0, 5054xENAMO + 0, 00054xENAMO b. For feedingstuffs composed with a crude protein but more than 200 g/kg DM content not exceeding 500 g/kg DM: PAIMO (g/kg) = 560 + 0 00033xMAMO - 5, 8230xdeMA - 0, 00384xMGMO - 0, 4886xCBMO Indication of the levels of nutrients in g/kg MO, indication of the deMA in % 2. Pigs energy digestible pigs (EDP) a. content of crude protein at maximum 240 g/kg MS EDP (MJ/kg) = - 16.691xMA + 26.992xMG - 25.291xCB + 16.085xENA - 433.463xCB + 73.372xMAxMG + 301.491xMAxCB + 46.321xMAxENA domain of validity of the regression: MA 100 to 240 g/kg DM CB 10 80 g/kg DM 10 MG to 130 g/kg DM. b crude protein content greater than 240 g/kg MS EDP (MJ/kg) = 19.3896xMA + 35.5892xMG - 14.5029xCB + 16.0572xENA domain of validity of the regression : My 241 500 g/kg DM CB 20 to 100 g/kg MS MG 20 to 110 g/kg MS Indication of the levels of nutrients in kg per kg of dry matter 3. Poultry energy metabolizable poultry (El) El (MJ/kg) = 0, 01551xMA + 0, 03431xMG + 0, 01669xAM + 0, 01301xSu Indication of the levels of nutrients in g/kg of food 4. Horses digestible energy horses (EDC) EDCMO (MJ/kg) = 13.24 + 0, 0097xMAMO - 0, 0126xCBMO + 0, 0216xMGMO Indication of the levels of nutrients in g/kg MB 5. Calves for fattening energy metabolizable calves (EMV) EMV (MJ/kg) = (0, 0242xMA + 0, 0366xMG + 0, 0209xCB + 0, 0170xENA - 0, 00063xMDS *) * of * 0.98 * MDS = 0.98 ENA; to take into account that for dairy when MDS ³ 80 g/kg DM in replacers: = 0,00095 + 0,00092 + ENAMO 0.00099 MGMO MAMO - 0.01 MA = N * 6, 25 in straight feedingstuffs: my fresh N * 6, 38 whole milk =: = 0.97 skimmed milk and whey, fresh or powder: = 0.96

Buttermilk, fresh or powder, whole milk powder: = 0.95 Indication of nutrient concentrations in g/kg of fresh material or in g/kg of organic matter 6. Dogs and cats a. metabolizable energy (EMC) of food made for dogs and cats, with the exception of the cat food containing more than 14% water EMC (MJ/kg) = 0, 01464xMA + 0, 03556xMG + 0, 01464xENA b. metabolizable energy (EMC) of feedingstuffs for cats, with a water content is greater than 14% EMC (MJ/kg) = (0, 01632xMA + 0, 03222xMG + 0, 01255xENA)-0,2092 Indication of nutrient concentrations in g/kg of food levels of energy in compound feedingstuffs declaration will be carried out with one decimal place.
Abbreviations AM = CB = crude starch CE = crude ash = digestibility of energy deMA = degradability of crude protein ENA non-nitrogenous extractive = my = nitrogenous matter or crude protein MDS = mono - and disaccharides MG = crude fat MO = organic matter (MS less this) MS = dry matter N = nitrogen Su = total sugars, expressed as sucrose State on July 1, 2015, annex 9 (art. 21 al. (2) sampling procedures and methods of analysis for control of feed the sampling procedure and the methods of analysis for the control of feedingstuffs conform to annexes I to VIII to Regulation (EC) No. 152/2009.

New content according to chapter II al. 4 W of Davis on May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).
R (EC) No 152/2009 of the Commission of 27 Jan. 2009 laying down the methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of feedingstuffs. OJ L 54, 26.2.2009, p. 1, last amended by R (EU) no 691/2013, OJ L 197, the 20.07.2013, p. 1.

State 1 July 2015 annex 10 (art. 19, para. 1, 2 and 3) undesirable Substances in animal feed part 1 maximum levels for undesirable substances in animal feed concentrations of undesirable substances in animal feed are in accordance with Annex I to directive 2002/32/EC.

Part 2 action levels for undesirable substances in feed intervention thresholds applicable to feedingstuffs comply with annex II to directive 2002/32/EC. The measures to be implemented in the event of exceeding these thresholds are defined in column 4 of that annex.

Part 3 maximum levels of pesticide residues maximum levels of pesticide residues laid down in annex, ch. 1, the order of the DFI of 26 June 1995 on foreign substances and components in foodstuffs (Ordinance on foreign substances and components, OSEC) apply also for these products when they are used in animal feed, exceptions laid down in the provisions of the EU to which annex , ch. 1, OSEC made reference. The specific maximum values applicable to the products used exclusively as animal feed are indicated in the following table:............

Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of Davis May 15, 2013 (RO 2013 1739), ch. II al. 5 o of Davis's May 21, 2014 (RO 2014 1621) and ch. II of O of the Davis of May 20, 2015, in force since 1 Jul. 2015 (2015 1793 RO).
Directive 2002/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 May 2002 on undesirable substances in animal feed, OJ L 140, 30.5.2002, p. 10, as last amended by R (EU) No. 2015/186, OJ L 31 of the 7.2.2015, p. 11.
RS 817.021.23 State July 1, 2015 annex 11 (art. 20, para. 1 and 2) requirements applicable to the animal food sector companies not engaged in activities of primary production of feed or to primary production companies which are registered or approved according to the art. 47 and 48 OSALA Definition the term 'products derived from vegetable oils' means any product, with the exception of refined oil, obtained from vegetable oils crude or recovered: 1. by transformation oleochemical, 2. by transformation of biodiesel, 3. by distillation, or 4. by physical or chemical refining.

Facilities and equipment 1. Facilities, equipment, containers, crates and vehicles for the processing and storage of animal feed and their immediate surroundings must be maintained in a State of cleanliness; effective programmes to combat harmful organisms must be in oeuvre.2. By their arrangement, their design, their construction and their size, the facilities and equipment shall: a. be able to be properly cleaned or disinfected; b. enable to minimize the risk of error and to avoid contamination, cross-, and a contamination in General, any adverse effect on the safety and quality of products. Machinery coming into contact with animal feed must be dried after wet cleaning.

3. facilities and equipment that must be used for mixing and/or manufacturing operations shall regularly be the subject of appropriate verifications in accordance with written procedures pre-established by the manufacturer for the products.
a. all scales and measuring devices used in the manufacture of feedingstuffs must be appropriate for the range of weights or volumes to measure, and their accuracy should be checked regularly; b. All mixing devices used in the manufacture of feedingstuffs must be appropriate for the range of weights or volumes mixed and must be able to produce mixtures and homogeneous dilutions. Operators must demonstrate the efficacy of mixture as homogeneous devices.

4. facilities must have a natural light or artificial suffisant.5. Waste water drainage systems must be adapted to the use for which they are intended; they must be designed and constructed to avoid any risk of contamination of foods for animaux.6. The water used in the manufacture of animal feed must be of an adequate level of quality for animals; the water supply must be composed of materials inertes.7. Sewage, wastewater and rain water must be carried out so as to maintain the equipment as well as the safety and quality of animal feed. Rust and dust should be avoided to prevent the invasion of bodies nuisibles.8. The windows and other openings must, where necessary, be pest-resistant. Doors must be properly adjusted, and when they are closed, they must be the test of nuisibles.9 organizations. Where necessary, ceilings, false ceilings and other suspended equipment must be designed, constructed and completed to prevent dirt and to reduce condensation, the occurrence of undesirable mould and the dumping of particles that may affect the safety and quality of animal feed.

Personal of the animal food sector businesses have staff in sufficient number and with the skills and qualifications necessary for the manufacture of the products concerned. An organization chart indicating qualifications (e.g. diplomas, specific professional experience) and responsibilities of the supervisory staff must be drawn up and kept available to the competent authorities responsible for the control. All the staff must be clearly informed in writing of duties, responsibilities and powers, especially when each change, so as to obtain the desired quality of the products.

Production


1. a qualified person responsible for production must be designee.2. The animal feed business operators must ensure that the different stages of production are carried out according to pre-established for written instructions and procedures to define, checking and mastering the critical points in the process of fabrication.3. Technical or organizational measures must be taken to avoid or limit, if necessary, cross-contamination and errors. Appropriate and sufficient means must be in place for audits during the fabrication.4. Monitoring should be performed to detect the presence of feed, undesirable substances and other contaminants banned for reasons related to human or animal health, and control appropriate strategies to reduce the risk at least must be securely attached.5. Waste and materials not suitable for animal feed should be isolated and identified. All materials containing dangerous amounts of veterinary drugs and contaminants, or other risk, must be disposed of in an appropriate manner and should not be used as food for animaux.6. The animal feed business operators shall take appropriate measures to ensure effective tracing of the produits.7. Mix oils or fats establishments who market products intended for animal feed shall keep them in physically separate products for other purposes, unless these products are conform to the requirements of annex 10.8. The product label is clear if they are intended for animal feed or for other purposes such as a technical use. If the producer declares expressly on labelling that a specific lot of products is not intended for animal feed, this declaration must not be modified subsequently by an operator more involved downstream in the production chain.

1 quality control. If applicable, a qualified person responsible for quality control must be designee.2. Under a system of quality control, the animal food sector companies must have access to a laboratory with a staff and equipment adequats.3. A quality control plan must be drawn up in writing and implemented; It shall include, in particular, checks on the critical points of the process of manufacturing, procedures and frequencies of sampling, methods of analysis and their frequency, compliance with the specifications - as well as the destination to be given to products in the case of non-compliance - the stage of the processed raw materials and products finaux.4. Documents relating to the raw materials used for the manufacture of the final product must be retained by the manufacturer in order to ensure traceability. These documents must be available to the competent authorities for a period appropriate to the use for which the products are placed on the market. In addition, samples of ingredients and of each batch of products manufactured and placed on the market or of each specific portion of production (in the case of continuous production) must be taken in sufficient quantity using a procedure pre-established by the manufacturer and shall be retained in order to ensure traceability (these samples must be periodic in the case of a manufacturing only for the manufacturer's own needs). Samples must be sealed and labelled to be identified easily; they must be stored under conditions which prevent any abnormal composition modification or tampering. They must be kept available to the competent authorities for a period suitable for the purpose intended feed placed on the market. In the case of feedingstuffs intended for pets, the food producer must only keep samples of the finished product.

1 dioxin monitoring. Animal feed sector operators who market fats, oils or products intended to be used in animal feed are analyze these products in accredited laboratories, so that they determine the content of dioxin and DIOXIN, in accordance with Annex 9. In addition to the animal feed business operator HACCP system, the analyses referred to ch. 1 are made according to art. 44 OSALA.2. The analyses referred to c. 1 must be carried out as follows: 2.1 establishments of oils vegetable brutes2.1.1 100% of batches of raw coconut oil are analyzed. A lot is up to 1000 tons of this product; 2.1.2 100% of consignments of products derived from vegetable oils intended for animal feed are analyzed, except glycerol, lecithin, and gums. A batch corresponds to maximum 1000 tonnes of this product; 2.2 producers of animal fat: a representative analysis for 2000 tonnes of animal fats and by-products of category 3, in accordance with art. 7 order of May 25, 2011 on the disposal of animal by-products (OESPA).
2.3 operators of oil of fish: 2.3.1 100% of the consignments of fish oil are analysed if oil is manufactured: - from products derived from fish oil raw other than a refined fish oil; - in fish that have not yet been the subject of a follow-up, whose origin is unknown or who are situated on the Baltic Sea; - from by-products of fish of establishments manufacturing of fishery products intended for human consumption which are not approval under the legislation on foodstuffs; - based on blue whiting or menhaden.

A lot is up to 1000 tons of fish oil.
2.3.2 100% outgoing batches of products other than a refined fish oil raw fish oil are analyzed. A lot is up to 1000 tons of this product 2.3.3 a representative analysis is performed by tranche of 2000 tonnes of fish not included in Chapter 2.3.1 oil; 2.3.4 fish oil decontaminated by a treatment with official authorisation are analyzed according to general principles HACCP, in accordance with art. 44 OSALA.2.4 the oleochemical sector biodiesel:2.4.1 100% of incoming feed batches are to be analysed:-coconut oil raw as well as products derived from vegetable oils, except glycerol, lecithin and gums, - of animal fats other than for c. 2.2 - fish oil other than ch. 2.3, - recovered by the agri-food industry, oils - fats mixed.

A lot is up to 1000 tons of product.
2.4.2 100% of consignments of products derived from the processing of products listed in 2.4.1 except glycerol, lecithin and erasers, c., are analyses.2.5 manufacturer of mixtures of fats: in its assessment of risk, the manufacturer of mixtures of fats inform the competent authority of the option he chooses between analyses according to c. 2.5.1 and 2.5.2 2.5.1: 100% of the incoming batches : - of coconut oil raw as well as products derived from vegetable oils, except glycerol, lecithin and gums, - of animal fats other than for c. 2.2 - fish oil other than ch. 2.3, - recovered by the agri-food industry, oils - mixed fats intended to be used in animal feed.

A lot is up to 1000 tons of this product.

2.5.2 or 100% of the consignments of mixed fats intended to be used in animal feed. A lot is up to 1000 tonnes of this produit.2.6 producers of compound feedingstuffs producers of foodstuffs other than those mentioned in ch. 2.5:2.6.1 100% of the incoming batches must be analysed: - of coconut oil raw as well as products derived from vegetable oils, except glycerol, lecithin, gums and additives for animal feed, - other than for c. 2.2 animal fats - of fish oil another to ch. 2.3, - recovered by the agri-food industry, oils - mixed fats intended to be used in animal feed.

A batch corresponds to maximum 1000 tonnes of this product;

2.6.2 a sampling frequency of 1% of the consignments of feedingstuffs containing products referred to c. 2.6.1.3. Fats and oils that have been refined by a process recognized enough for the maximum values laid down in annex 10, part 1 (section V to directive 2002/32/EC) are met are analyzed according to the HACCP principles in accordance with art. 44 OSALA.4. If it is proven that the volume of a homogeneous loading is more important that the maximum size allowed for a lot in accordance with ch. 2 and if the lot has been the subject of a representative sample, the results of the analysis of the sample having been duly collected and sealed will be considered acceptables.5. Any delivery of goods referred to in the 2.4.1, 2.5.1 and 2.6.1 c. is accompanied by a receipt certifying that these products or all their components were analyzed or conform to the requirements of ch. 2.2, or c. 2.3.3.6. When a feed business operator proves that a lot of product or all of the components of a lot, as referred to in Chapter 2, entering its operation have already been analysed in advance during the phase of production, processing or distribution, or conform to the requirements of Chapter 2.2 or 2.3.3 the operator in question is relieved from liability to analyze this lot and carries out the test in accordance with the HACCP principles , in accordance with art. 44 OSALA.7. If all the lots of incoming products mentioned at ch. 2.4.1 2.5.1 or 2.6.1 which are integrated in a production process were analyzed in accordance with the requirements of the present order and if it is possible to ensure that the production, handling and storage process causes no increase in dioxin contamination, the animal feed business operator is relieved from liability to analyze the final product and carries out the test in accordance with the HACCP system , in compliance with the provisions of art. 44 OSALA.8. When a feed business operator asked a laboratory than expected such analysis at ch. 1, it gives instruction to the laboratory to communicate the results of this analysis to the competent authority, in the case where the ceilings of dioxin levels referred to in part 1 of annex 10 (section V, ch. 1 and 2 of directive 2002/32/EC) would be exceeded. If a feed business operator involves a laboratory located in a third country for analysis under ch. 1, it shall inform the FOAG.

Storage and transport 1. Processed pet foods must be separated from unprocessed raw materials and additives to avoid cross-contamination of food; appropriate packaging materials must be utilises.2. Pet food must be stored and transported in suitable containers. They must be stored in places designed, adapted and maintained to ensure good storage conditions, which access is restricted to persons authorized by the animale.3 food sector operators. Pet food must be stored and transported so that it can be easily identified, in order to avoid any confusion or cross-contamination and to prevent their deterioration.4. Containers and equipment used for transport, storage, delivery, handling and weighing of feed must be kept clean. Cleaning plans must be established and the presence of traces of detergents and disinfectants must be reduced to the minimum.5. Any stain must be minimized and controlled to limit invasion by nuisibles.6 agencies. If applicable, the temperatures must be maintained at the lowest possible level to avoid any condensation and any souillure.7. Containers 7.1 containers used for the storage or transport of mixed fats, oils of vegetable origin or derivatives that are destined for animal feed are not used for the storage or transport of other products, unless these products are conform to the requirements of the present ordonnance.7.2 in the event of risk of contamination, they are kept separately from any other marchandise.7.3 when it is not possible to carry out this separation , the containers are cleaned thoroughly to remove all traces of product, in cases where these containers have been used previously for products which do not comply with the requirements of annex 10.7.4 in accordance with the provisions of annex 4, ch. 21-24 of the order of May 25, 2011 on the disposal of animal by-products (OESPA), animal fats from category 3 for use in the manufacture of animal feed are stored and transported in accordance with the requirements of the OESPA.

Record keeping 1. All operators in the sector of animal feed, including those who act solely as traders without ever holding the product in their facilities, shall keep in a register relevant data, including those relating to procurement, production and sales that will allow effective tracing from receipt to delivery, including export to destination finale.2. Operators in the sector of animal feed, with the exception of those who act solely as traders without ever holding the product in their facilities, shall keep in a register: a. Documents relating to the manufacturing process and controls: the animal food sector companies must have a system of documentation designed to define and control critical points of the process of manufacturing as well as to establish and implement a plan of control of the quality. They must keep the results of the checks carried out. This set of documents must be kept to allow to trace the history of the manufacture of each batch of products put into circulation and to establish responsibility in the event of a claim.
b. Documents relating to traceability, in particular: i. for animal feed additives: - the nature and quantity of the additives produced, dates of respective manufacture and, where appropriate, the number of the batch or of the specific portion of production, in the case of continuous production, - the name and address of the establishment to which additives are supplied the nature and quantity of the additives delivered and, where appropriate, the number of the batch or of the specific portion of production, in the case of continuous production;

II. for products covered by directive 82/471/EEC: - the nature of the products and the quantity produced, dates of respective manufacture and, where appropriate, the number of the batch or of the specific portion of production, in the case of continuous production, - the name and address of the establishments or users (establishments or farmers) to whom these products have been delivered as well as clarification of the nature and quantity of the products delivered and, where applicable, the number of the batch or of the specific portion of production, in the case of continuous production;

III. for premixtures: - the name and address of the manufacturers or suppliers of additives, the nature and quantity of the additives used and, where appropriate, the number of the batch or of the specific portion of production, in the case of continuous production, - the date of manufacture of the premixture and, when applicable, the batch number, - the name and address of the institution to which the premixture is delivered the delivery date, the nature and quantity of the premixture delivered and, where appropriate, the number of the lot;

IV. for the food compounds/materials feed for animals:-the name and address of the manufacturers or suppliers of additives / premixtures, the nature and quantity of the premixture used and, where applicable, the batch number, - the name and address of the suppliers of contents feed for animals and complementary feeds and the delivery date , - the type, quantity and formulation of the compound feed, - the nature and quantity of material raw pet food or compound feedingstuffs manufactured and the date of manufacture, and the name and address of the buyer (e.g. a farmer or other operators in the sector of animal feed).

Claims and recall of products 1. The animal feed business operators must implement a system for recording and reviewing complaints.
2. they must implement, where necessary, a system for the prompt recall of products in the distribution network. They must define, by written procedures the destination of any product recalled and before such products are released, these products must be the subject of a new quality control.

Updated according to ch. II al. 2 o of Davis's May 15, 2013 (RO 2013 1739) and ch. II al. 5 W of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in force since 1 Jul. 2014 (2014 1621 RO).
RS 916.441.22 see footnote page of annex 10, part 1 see footnote to annex 10, part 1 RS 916.441.22 State July 1, 2015

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