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Poultry Feedingstuffs Order (Northern Ireland) 1999

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Restrictions on access to feedingstuffs and other ingredients

3.  The owner or person in charge of any premises in Northern Ireland used for the manufacture of feedingstuffs or the collection or holding of such feedingstuffs or any ingredients intended to be used in the manufacture of feedingstuffs shall ensure that—

(a)those premises or any container therein in which such feedingstuffs or ingredients are collected or held are, to the satisfaction of a veterinary inspector, vermin and bird proof; and

(b)such feedingstuffs or ingredients are so collected and held in those premises or containers that no vermin or birds can gain access thereto.

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