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The Bovine Semen (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Requirement to keep records of semen

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14.—(1) This regulation does not apply to EC quarantine centres.

(2) Whenever semen is moved from or to a bovine semen centre or is destroyed, the centre veterinarian must record–

(a)the number by which the donor bovine animal is identifiable in accordance with the cattle identification regulations;

(b)its health status;

(c)the number of doses of semen;

(d)the numbers on the receptacles in which the semen is or was contained (as applicable);

(e)the date the semen was received, dispatched or destroyed (as applicable);

(f)the premises, or bovine semen centre, of dispatch (if applicable); and

(g)the destination (if applicable).

(3) The operator of unlicensed premises must record the information in paragraphs 2(a) to (g) for semen sent to an EC collection centre or domestic collection centre for processing.

(4) The operator of unlicensed premises or the centre veterinarian must ensure that each consignment of semen is accompanied by documents containing the information in paragraphs 2(a) to (g).

(5) The operator of unlicensed premises or the centre veterinarian must ensure that these records are retained for at least two years after the dispatch, receipt, or destruction of the semen.

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