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The Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Slaughter and Vaccination) (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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Identification of vaccinated animals

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22.—(1) The Scottish Ministers shall provide every person issued with a licence permitting suppressive vaccination or protective vaccination with sufficient eartags for every animal which may be vaccinated under that licence.

(2) Each eartag shall carry such information as the Scottish Ministers consider necessary to identify the animal to which it is affixed as a vaccinated animal.

(3) Any person vaccinating an animal shall–

(a)identify it immediately after vaccination by affixing an eartag;

(b)make a written record of that vaccination containing the following information–

(i)the date;

(ii)the place;

(iii)a description of the animal and the details of its eartag; and

(iv)the product and dosage administered;

(c)ensure that the Scottish Ministers and the keeper of the animal receive a copy of that vaccination record; and

(d)retain that vaccination record for a period of six years.

(4) Vaccination records shall each be in a form approved by the Scottish Ministers.

(5) Every person provided with eartags under this regulation shall return unused eartags to the Scottish Ministers on demand and without delay.

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