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Feeding Stuffs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001

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Regulation 17 and Schedule 4 Part I Paragraphs 18 and 19

SCHEDULE 10

Part ICategories of feed materials for use in relation to compound feeding stuffs for pet animals

Description of the CategoryDefinition
1. Meat and animal derivativesAll the fleshy parts of slaughtered warm-blooded land animals fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment, and all products and derivatives of the processing of the carcase or parts of the carcase of such animals
2. Milk and milk derivativesAll milk products, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment and derivatives from the processing thereof
3. Eggs and egg derivativesAll egg products fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment, and derivatives from the processing thereof
4. Oils and fatsAll animal and vegetable oils and fats
5. YeastsAll yeasts, the cells of which have been killed and dried
6. Fish and fish derivativesFish or parts of fish, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment, and derivatives from the processing thereof
7. CerealsAll types of cereal, regardless of their presentation, or products made from the starchy endosperm
8. VegetablesAll types of vegetables and legumes, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment
9. Derivatives of vegetable originDerivatives resulting from the treatment of vegetable products in particular cereals, vegetables, legumes and oil seeds
10. Vegetable protein extractsAll products of vegetable origin in which the proteins have been concentrated by an adequate process to contain at least 50% protein, as related to the dry matter, and which may be restructured or textured
11. MineralsAll inorganic substances suitable for animal feed
12. Various sugarsAll types of sugar
13. FruitAll types of fruit, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment
14. NutsAll kernels from shells
15. SeedsAll types of seeds as such or roughly crushed
16. AlgaeAlgae, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment
17. Molluscs and crustaceansAll types of molluscs, crustaceans, shellfish, fresh or preserved by appropriate treatment, and their processing derivatives
18. InsectsAll types of insects in any stage of development
19. Bakery productsAll bread, cakes, biscuits and pasta products

Part IICategories of feed materials for use in relation to compound feeding stuffs for animals other than pets

Description of the CategoryDefinition
1. Cereal grainsThe whole of the grain from all cereal types (including buck-wheat) regardless of their presentation, but from which no fraction other than hulls has been removed
2. Cereal grain products and by-products

Fractional products and by-products of cereal grains other than oils included in category 14

These products and by-products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter

3. Oil seedsThe whole of the seed or fruit from all types of oil seeds and oil fruits regardless of their presentation, but from which no fractions other than hulls or shells have been removed
4. Oil seed products and by-products

Fractional products and by-products of oil seeds and oil fruits other than oils and fats included in category 14

These products and by-products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter unless they contain more than 5% oils and fats in the dry matter, or more than 15% protein in the dry matter

5. Products and by-products of legume seeds

Whole and fractional products and by-products of legume seeds other than leguminous oil seeds included in categories 3 and 4

These products and by-products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter

6. Products and by-products of tubers and roots

Products and by-products derived from tubers and roots other than sugar beet included in category 7

These products and by-products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter

7. Products and by-products of sugar production

Products and by-products of sugar beet and sugar cane

These products and by-products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter

8. Products and by-products of fruit processing

Products and by-products of fruit processing

These products and by-products do not contain more than 25% fibre in the dry matter, unless they contain more than 5% oils and fats in the dry matter, or more than 15% protein in the dry matter

9. Dried forages

Aerial parts of forage plants, cut while green, artificially or naturally dried

These products contain not more than 25% fibre in the dry matter unless they contain more than 15% protein in the dry matter

10. High fibre materialsFeed materials containing more than 25% fibre in the dry matter, such as straw, hulls and chaff, other than products included in categories 5, 6 and 9
11. Milk productsProducts derived from the processing of milk, other than separated milk fats included in category 14
12. Fish productsWhole or part of fish and other cold blooded marine animals, including products from fish processing other than fish oil and its derivations included in category 14. Also excluding products containing more than 50% ash in the dry matter included in category 13
13.Inorganic or organic materials containing more than 50% ash in the dry matter other than materials containing more than 5% of ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid in the dry matter
14. Oils and fatsOils and fats from animal and vegetable sources, and their derivatives
15. Products from the bakery and pasta industriesWaste and surplus materials from the bakery and pasta industries

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