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Poultry Feedingstuffs Order (Northern Ireland) 1999

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2.  In this Order—

“approved disinfectant” means a disinfectant for the time being approved by the Department under the Diseases of Animals (Approval of Disinfectants) Order (Northern Ireland) 1972(1);

“container” means any bin, box, skip or other rigid container which is not self-propelled and which is used for the carriage of feedingstuffs or ingredients thereof;

“feedingstuffs” means any manufactured feedingstuffs intended for feeding to poultry;

“poultry” means domestic fowls, turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea fowls, quails, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and ratites reared or kept for any purpose.

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