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Commission Decision of 26 November 2009 approving annual and multi-annual programmes and the financial contribution from the Community for the eradication, control and monitoring of certain animal diseases and zoonoses presented by the Member States for 2010 and following years (notified under document C(2009) 9131) (2009/883/EC)

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Article 5U.K.Salmonellosis (zoonotic salmonella) in breeding, laying and broiler flocks of Gallus gallus and in flocks of turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo)

1.The programmes for the control of certain zoonotic salmonella in breeding, laying and broiler flocks of Gallus gallus and in flocks of turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) submitted by Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and the United Kingdom are hereby approved for the period from 1 January to 31 December 2010.

2.The financial contribution by the Community shall be at the rate of 50 % of the costs to be incurred by each Member State referred to in paragraph 1 for the cost of carrying out bacteriological and serotyping tests in the framework of official sampling, bacteriological tests to verify the efficiency of disinfection, tests for the detection of antimicrobials or bacterial growth inhibitory effect in tissues from birds from flocks tested for Salmonella, the purchase of vaccine doses and the compensation to owners for the value of the culled breeding and laying birds of Gallus gallus and culled breeding turkey birds of Meleagris gallopavo and for destroyed eggs as specified in paragraph 3 and shall not exceed:

(a)

[F1EUR 900 000] for Belgium;

(b)

EUR 20 000 for Bulgaria;

(c)

EUR 2 500 000 for the Czech Republic;

(d)

[F1EUR 400 000 for Denmark;

(e)

EUR 25 000 for Estonia;]

(f)

EUR 800 000 for Germany;

(g)

EUR 100 000 for Ireland;

(h)

EUR 550 000 for Greece;

(i)

[F1EUR 1 400 000] for Spain;

(j)

EUR 3 500 000 for France;

(k)

[F1EUR 900 000] for Italy;

(l)

EUR 100 000 for Cyprus;

(m)

[F1EUR 50 000 for Latvia;

(n)

EUR 10 000 for Lithuania;]

(o)

EUR 10 000 for Luxembourg;

(p)

EUR 2 500 000 for Hungary;

(q)

EUR 150 000 for Malta;

(r)

EUR 3 500 000 for the Netherlands;

(s)

EUR 960 000 for Austria;

(t)

[F1EUR 4 600 000 for Poland;

(u)

EUR 55 000 for Portugal;]

(v)

EUR 600 000 for Romania;

(w)

EUR 117 000 for Slovenia;

(x)

[F1EUR 600 000 for Slovakia;

(y)

EUR 80 000 for the United Kingdom.]

3.The maximum of the costs to be reimbursed to the Member States for the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 shall on average not exceed:

(a)

for a bacteriological test (cultivation/isolation) EUR 5,0 per test;

(b)

for the purchase of Salmonella vaccine dose EUR 0,05 per dose;

(c)

for serotyping of relevant isolates of Salmonella spp. EUR 20 per test;

(d)

for a bacteriological test to verify the efficiency of disinfection of poultry houses after depopulation of a Salmonella-positive flock EUR 5,0 per test;

(e)

for a test for the detection of antimicrobials or bacterial growth inhibitory effect in tissues from birds from flocks tested for Salmonella EUR 5 per test;

(f)

for the compensation for the value of a parent breeding bird of Gallus gallus culled, EUR 4 per bird;

(g)

for the compensation for the value of a commercial laying bird of Gallus gallus culled, EUR 2,20 per bird;

(h)

for the compensation for the value of a parent breeding turkey bird of Meleagris gallopavo culled, EUR 12 per bird;

(i)

for the compensation for hatching eggs of parent breeding Gallus gallus, EUR 0,20 per hatching egg destroyed;

(j)

for the compensation for table eggs of Gallus gallus EUR 0,04 per table egg destroyed;

(k)

for the compensation for hatching eggs of parent breeding Meleagris gallopavo, EUR 0,40 per hatching egg destroyed;

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