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The Bovine Semen (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Approval of bovine animals for use at unlicensed premises

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10.—(1) The Scottish Ministers may approve the use of a bovine animal for the collection of its semen or for use as a teaser animal at unlicensed premises for a maximum period of 3 months.

(2) The Scottish Ministers may renew an approval under paragraph (1) for subsequent periods of up to 3 months if–

(a)they receive the application for renewal of the approval in writing and signed by or on behalf the owner, at least 28 days before the date on which it is due to expire; and

(b)the tests referred to in Part 2 of Schedule 8, paragraph 2(a) to (c) have been conducted again, with negative results, on the bovine animal to which the approval relates, no more than 28 days before the date the approval is due to expire.

(3) If the results of any of the tests carried out on a bovine animal under paragraph 2(b) will not be available until after its approval is due to expire, the Scottish Ministers may grant a temporary approval.

(4) Where the Scottish Ministers grant a temporary approval under paragraph (3), no person may trade any semen which has been–

(a)collected from a bovine animal; or

(b)processed following such collection,

until negative results to the tests on the bovine animal or teaser animal used to collect such semen are confirmed.

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