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The Sheep and Goats (Identification and Traceability) (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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18.—(1) The keeper of an animal shall comply with Article 6 of the Council Regulation and keep and complete the movement document in accordance with this regulation.

(2) Subject to regulation 23, the movement document shall–

(a)be in the form set out in Schedule 2;

(b)be completed in full by the appropriate keeper, as specified in that form; and

(c)contain, in addition to information meeting the requirements of Section C of the Annex–

(i)the flock number or herd number of the holding from which the animal is moved;

(ii)the date of arrival at the holding of destination;

(iii)the address of the holding of destination;

(iv)where an animal already bears 3 eartags under the Council Regulation, these Regulations, any provision giving effect to the Council Regulation in England, Wales or Northern Ireland or previous UK Orders or Regulations, the individual identification code of that animal;

(v)where an animal is moved to or from a show or exhibition, the individual identification code of that animal; and

(vi)where a ram or goat is moved to or from a holding to which it is moved for the purpose of breeding, the individual identification code of that animal.

(3) A copy of the movement document shall be kept at the holding from which an animal is moved and at the holding of destination for a period of at least 3 years from the date of the movement it records.

(4) The derogation in Article 6(4) of the Council Regulation does not apply.

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