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The Avian Influenza (Preventive Measures) (Scotland) Regulations 2005

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Identification of commercial poultry premises

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6.—(1) Any person who keeps 50 or more poultry on any commercial poultry premises shall make a written record of the following–

(a)the address of the premises and their holding number (if they have one);

(b)the owner of the poultry and the person with day to day management of the premises where they are kept (if different);

(c)the species kept at the premises;

(d)the husbandry system or systems in use at the premises (for example, whether poultry are kept for meat, hatching eggs or eggs for consumption);

(e)the maximum number of each species of poultry that could be present on the premises;

(f)any factors (such as seasonal stocking variations) which might result in significant differences in the numbers or species of poultry on the premises;

(g)the number and species of any poultry with access to the open air;

(h)the presence on or in the vicinity of the premises of any body of water which attracts wild birds; and

(i)such other information as the Scottish Ministers require for the purpose of carrying out a risk assessment under regulation 4 or 5 or otherwise complying with the Commission Decision.

(2) The written record referred to in paragraph (1) shall be notified to the Scottish Ministers by the date which the Scottish Ministers shall specify in further regulations.

(3) Any person who has in the past 12 months kept poultry on their premises but is no longer doing so shall notify the Scottish Ministers of that fact.

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