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

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Baseline eartags: animals born on or before 9th July 2005

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7.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the keeper of an animal born on or before 9th July 2005–

(a)which has not moved from its holding of birth, shall apply to the animal before it is moved from that holding a baseline UK eartag;

(b)which is on a holding other than its holding of birth, shall apply to the animal before it is moved from that holding an eartag bearing an individual identification code with the following information in the following order (“baseline S eartag”):–

(i)the letter “S”;

(ii)the flockmark or herdmark of the flock or herd from which the animal is being moved; and

(iii)a unique number.

(2) Paragraph (1)(b) shall not apply to an animal bearing a means of identification with an individual identification code applied under any provision giving effect to the Council Regulation in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, previous United Kingdom Orders or Regulations or any provision giving effect to the Council Directive in another member State.

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