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The Avian Influenza and Influenza of Avian Origin in Mammals (Scotland) Order 2006

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Restrictions on the movement of birds, eggs, poultry meat and carcases

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17.  The movements referred to in paragraph 15(a) are the following–

(a)poultry from premises in the protection zone for immediate slaughter at a slaughterhouse (if the requirements of paragraph 18 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(b)poultry meat within or out of the protection zone (if the requirements of paragraph 19 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(c)poultry to a designated slaughterhouse within the protection zone from premises outside the zone (if the requirements of paragraph 20 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(d)day old chicks hatched from eggs produced in the protection zone or from eggs which came into contact with such eggs (if the requirements of paragraph 21 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(e)day old chicks hatched from eggs originating outside the protection zone and the surveillance zone kept separate from eggs produced in such a zone (if the requirements of paragraph 22 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(f)ready to lay poultry to premises, or part of premises, where no poultry are kept (if the requirements of paragraph 23 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(g)hatching eggs from outside the zone to a designated hatchery in the zone or to designated laboratories or institutes for use for scientific, diagnostic or pharmaceutical purposes (if any licence conditions are met);

(h)hatching eggs from the zone–

(i)to any designated hatchery; or

(ii)to designated laboratories or institutes for use for scientific, diagnostic or pharmaceutical purposes

(if, in both cases, the requirements of paragraph 24 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(i)eggs to a packing centre (if the requirements of paragraph 25 and any additional licence conditions are met);

(j)eggs to premises for the manufacture of egg products in accordance with Chapter XI of Annex II to Regulation (EC) No. 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the hygiene of foodstuffs(1)(if any licence conditions are met);

(k)eggs for disposal (if any licence conditions are met);

(l)carcases for disposal (if any licence conditions are met).

(1)

O.J. No. L 226, 25.6.04, p.3.

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