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Feeding Stuffs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1995

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Regulation 16 and Schedule 1, paragraph 20

SCHEDULE 7CONTROL OF CERTAIN PROTEIN SOURCES

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 51Column 6Column 71
Name of product groupPermitted productsDesignation of nutritive principle or identify of micro-organismsCulture substrate (specifications, if any)Composition characteristics of productAnimal speciesName of product and specified particulars
1

The contents laid down or to be declared in accordance with Columns 5 and 7 refer to the product as such

1. Proteins obtained from the following groups of micro-organisms
1.1 Bacteria
1.1.1 Bacteria cultivated on methanol1.1.1.1. Protein product of fermentation obtained by culture of Methylophilus methylotrophus on methanolMethylophilus methylotrophus NCIB strain 10.515MethanolProtein: min 68% —Reflectance index: at least 50Pigs, calves, poultry and fish

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product;

—name of product;

— protein;

— ash;

— fat;

— moisture content;

— instructions for use;

— avoid inhalation of dust.

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— amount of the product contained in the feeding stuff

1.2 Yeasts
1.2.1 Yeasts cultivated on substrates of animal or vegetable origin— Yeasts obtained from the micro-organisms and substrates listed in columns 3 and 4, the cells of which have been killed

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Saccharomyces carlsbergiensis

Kluyveromyces lactis

Kluyveromyces fragilis

Molasses, distillery residues, cereals and products containing starch, fruit juice, whey, lactic acid, hydrolysed vegetable fibres} —} All animal species
1.2.2 Yeasts cultivated on substrates other than those given in 1.2.1
1.3 Algae
1.4 Lower fungi
1.4.1 Products fom production of antibiotics by fermentation1.4.1.1 Mycelium, wet by-product from the production of penicillin, ensiled by means of lactobacillus brevis, plantarum, sake, collenoid and streptococcus lactis to inactivate the penicillin, and heat treated

Nitrogenous compound

Penicillium chrysogenum ATCC 48271

Different sources of carbohydrates and their hydrolysatesNitrogen expressed as protein: min 7%Ruminant pigs

Declaration to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

  • the name: “Mycelium silage from the production of penicillin”;

  • Nitrogen expressed as protein;

  • ash;

  • moisture;

  • animal species or category

Declaration to be made on the label or packaging of the compound feeding stuff: in the name: “mycelium silage from the production of penicillin”.

2. Non-protein nitrogenous compounds
2.1 Urea and its derivatives

2.1.1 Urea, technically pure

2.1.2 Biuret, technically pure

2.1.3 Urea-phosphate, technically pure

2.1.4 Diureidoisobutane, technically pure

CO(NH2)2

(CONH2)2–NH

CO(NH2)2H3PO4

(CH3)2–(CH)2 (NHCONH2)2

Urea: min. 97%

Biuret: min. 97%

Nitrogen: min. 16.5%

Phosphorus: min. 18%

Nitrogen: min. 30% Isobutyralde-hyde: min. 35%

] Ruminants from the beginning of rumination

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “Urea”, “Biuret”, “Urea-phosphate” or “Diureidoisobutane”, as the case may be;

— nitrogen level; and in addition for product 2.1.3., phoshorus level;

— animal species or category

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— the name: “Urea”, “Biuret”, “Urea-phosphate” or “Diureidoisobutane”, as the case may be;

— amount of the product contained in the feeding stuff;

— percentage of the total protein provided by non-protein nitrogen;

— in the instructions for use, of the level of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be be exceeded in the daily ration of each animal species or category

2.2 Ammonum salts2.2.1 Ammonium lactate, produced by fermentation with Lactobacillus bulgaricusCH3CHOHCOONH4WheyNitrogen expressed as protein: min. 44%Ruminant, from the beginning of rumination

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “Ammonium lactate from fermentation”;

— nitrogen expressed as protein;

— ash;

— moisture;

— animal species or category

Declarations to be nade on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— the name: “Ammonium lactate from fermentation”;

— amount of product contained in the feeding stuff;

— percentage of the total protein provided by non-protein nitrogen;

— indication, in the instructions for use of the level of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration of each animal species or category

2.2.2 Ammonium acetate in aqueous solutionCH3COONH4Ammonium acetate: min. 55%Ruminants from the start of rumination

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the words “Ammonium acetate”;

— nitrogen content;

— moisture content;

— animal species or category

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— the words “Ammonium acetate”;

— the amount of the product contained in the feeding stuff;

— percentage of the total protein provided by non-protein nitrogen;

— indication in the instructions for use of the level of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration for each animal species or category.

2.2.3 Ammonium sulphate in aqueous solution(NH4)2SO4Ammonium sulphate: min. 35%Ruminants, fom the start of rumination

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the words “Ammonium . sulphate”;

—nitrogen and moisture contents;

— animal species;

— in the case of young ruminants, the incorporation rate in the daily ration may not exceed 0.5%

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the compound feeding stuffs:

— the words “Ammonium sulphate”;

— the amount of the product contained in the feeding stuff;

— percentage of the total protein provided by non-protein nitrogen;

— indication in the instructions for use of the level of ' total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the daily ration of each animal species;

— in the case of young ruminants, the incorporation rate in the daily ration may not exceed 0.5%.

2.3 By-products from the production of amino acids by fermentation

2.3.1 Concentrated liquid by-products from the production of L-glutamic acid by fermentation with Coryebacterium melassecola

2.3.2 Concentrated liquid by-products from the production of L-lysine mono hydro-chloride by fermentation with Brevibacterium lactofermentum

Ammonium salts and ather nitrogenous compounds

Ammonium salts and other nitrogenous compounds

Sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates

Sucrose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates

Nitrogen expressed as protein: min. 48% Moisture: max. 28%

Nitrogen expressed as protein: min. 45%

Ruminants from the beginning of rumination

Ruminants from the beginning of rumination

] Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name “by-products from the production of L-glutamic acid” in the case of product 2.3.1; “by-products from the production of L-lysine” in the case of product 2.3.2;

nitrogen, expressed as

— protein;

—ash;

— moisture;

— animal species or category

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— percentage of the total protein provided by non-protein nitrogen;

— indication, in the instructions for use, of the level of total non-protein nitrogen which should not be exceeded in the dairy ration of each animal species or category

3. Amino acids and their saltsAll animal species
3.1 Methionine

3.1.1 DL-methionine, technically pure

3.1.2 Dihydrated calcium salt of N-hydroxymethyl-DL-methionine, technically pure

3.1.3 Methionine-zinc, technically pure

CH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH2)–COOH

[CH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH–CH2OH)–COO]2Ca2H2O

[CH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH2)–COO]2Z

DL-methionine min. 98%

DL-methionine min. 67%

Formaldehyde max. 14%

Calcium: min. 9%

DL-methionine min. 80%

Zn: max. 18.5%

] Ruminants from the beginning of rumination

Declarations to be lade on the label or ackaging of the product:

— the name: “DL-methionine”, in the case of product 3.1.1. “Dihydrated calcium salt of N-hydroxymethyl-DL-methionine”; in the case of product 3.1.2, “Zinc-methionine”, in the case of product 3.1.3;

— DL-methionine and moisture content;

— animal species or category in the case of products 3.1.2 and 3.1.3.

3.1.4 Concentrated liquid sodium DL-methionine technically pure(CH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH2)–COO)Na

DL-methionine min. 40%

Sodium: min. 6.2%

All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “concentrated liquid sodium DL-methionine”;

— DL-methionine content;

— moisture content

3.1.5 DL-methionine, technically pure protected with copolymer vinylpyridine/styrene(CH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH2)–COOHDL-methionine: min. 65% copolymer vinylpyridinel styrene: max. 3%Dairy cows

Declarations to be be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— “Protected methionine with copolymer vinylpyridine/styrene”;

— DL-methionine and moisture contents;

— animal species

3.2 Lysine

3.2.1 L-Lysine, technically pure

3.2.2 Concentrated liquid L-Lysine (base)

3.2.3 L-Lysine-mono-hydrochloride, technically pure

3.2.4 Concentrated liquid L-Lysine-mono-hydrochloride

3.2.5 L-Lysine sulphate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum

NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH

NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH

NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH.HCl

NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH

[NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH]2–H2SO4

Saccharose, molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates

Saccharose molasses, starch products and their hydrolysates

Sugar syrup, molasses, cereals, starch products and their hydrolysates

L-Lysine: min 98%

L-Lsyine: min. 60%

L-Lysine: min. 78%

L-Lysine: min. 22.4%

L-Lysine: min. 40%

All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name “L-Lysine” in the case of product 3.2.1,

“Concentrated liquid L-Lysine base” in the case of product 3.2.2, “L-Lysine mono-hydrochloride” in the case of product 3.2.3,

“Concentrated liquid L-Lysine monohydro-chloride” in the case of product 3.2.4,

“L-Lysine sulphate and its by-products from fermentation” in the case of product 3.2.5;

L-Lysine and moisture content

3.2.6 L-Lysine phosphate and its by-products produced by fermentation with Brevibacterium lactofermentum NRRLB-11470[NH2(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH]–H3PO4Sucrose ammonia and fish solubles

L-Lysine: min. 35%

Phosphorus: min. 4.3%

Poultry

Pigs

Declarations to be lade on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “L-Lysine phosphate and its by-products from fermentation”;

— L-Lysine and moisture content

3.2.7 Mixtures of:

(a)

L-Lysine-mono-hydrochloride, technically pure and,

(b)

DL-methionine technically pure protected with copolymer vinyl-pyridine/styrene

NH2–(CH2)4–CH(NH2)–COOH–HClCH3S(CH2)2–CH(NH2)–COOH

L-Lysine + DL methionine: min. 50% (including DL-methionine: min. 15%

Copolymer vinylpyridinel styrene: max. 3%

Dairy cows

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “mixture of L-Lysine mono-hydrochloride and DL-methionine protected with copoylmer vinyl-pyridine/styrene”;

— L-Lysine, DL-methionine and moisture contents; animal species

3.3 Threonine3.3.1 L-Threonine, technically pureCH3–CH(OH)–CH(NH2)–COOHL-Threonine: min. 98%All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “L-Threonine”

— L-Threonine and moisture content

3.4 Tryptophan3.4.1 L-Tryptophan technically pure(C8H5NH)–CH2–CH(NH2)–COOHL-Tryptophan: min. 98%All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “L-Tryptophan”,

— L-Tryptophan and moisture content

3.4.2 DL-Tryptophan, technically pure(C8H5NH)–CH2–CH(NH2)–COOHDL-Tryptophan min. 98%All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— the name: “DL-Tryptophan”,

— DL-Tryptophan and moisture content

4 Analogues of amino acids
4.1 Analogues of methionine

4.1.1 Hydroxy analogue of methionine

4.1.2 Calcium salt of hydroxy analogue of methionine

CH3S(CH2)2–CH(OH)–COOH

[CH3–S–(CH2)2–CH(OH)–COO]2Ca

Total of acids: min. 85%

Monomer acid. min. 65%

Monomer acid: min. 83%

Calcium: min. 12%

All animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of the product:

— if appropriate, the name (column 2);

— monomer acid and total acids contents in the case of product 4.1.1 and monomer acid content in the case of product 4.1.2;

— moisture content;

— animal species

Declarations to be made on the label or packaging of compound feeding stuffs:

— if appropriate, the name (column 2);

— monomer acid and total acids contents in the case of product 4.1.1 and monomer acid content in the case of product 4.1.2;

— amount of the product contained in the feeding stuff

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