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The Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export and Movement Restrictions) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE 1Restricted area

GROUPADNSAdministrative Unit
England41Bracknell Forest
42Brighton and Hove
49City of Southampton
56Luton
57Medway
59Milton Keynes
63Reading
66Slough
67Southend-on-Sea
70Swindon
72Thurrock
75West Berkshire
76Windsor and Maidenhead
77Wokingham
135City of Portsmouth
137Bedfordshire County
138Buckinghamshire County
139Cambridgeshire County
145East Sussex County
146Essex County
147Gloucestershire County
148Hampshire County
149Hertfordshire County
150Kent
155Northamptonshire County
158Oxfordshire County
163Surrey
164Warwickshire County
165West Sussex County
166Wiltshire County
168London

Regulation 8(3)

SCHEDULE 2

PART 1Parts of the restricted area from which an animal may be moved

GROUPADNSAdministrative Unit
42Brighton and Hove
56Luton
57Medway
59Milton Keynes
67Southend-on-Sea
70Swindon
72Thurrock
75West Berkshire
137Bedfordshire
139Cambridgeshire County
145East Sussex County
146Essex County
147Gloucestershire County
149Hertfordshire County
150Kent
155Northamptonshire County
158Oxfordshire County
164Warwickshire County
166Wiltshire County

PART 2Conditions to be met by an animal moved from the restricted area

1.  The animal has been reared for at least 90 days, or since birth if less than 90 days of age, on a holding where there has been no outbreak of disease for at least that period.

2.  During the 21 days prior to transport from an area listed in Part 1 the animal remained on a single holding situated in the centre of a circle of at least 10 km radius in which there was no outbreak of disease during at least 30 days prior to the date of loading at that holding.

3.  No animal of a species susceptible to disease was introduced to the holding referred to in paragraph 2 during the 21 days prior to the date of loading at that holding, except in the case of a pig moving from a holding complying with that paragraph in which case the 21 day period is reduced to 7 days.

Regulation 19(2)

SCHEDULE 3

PART 1Centres or holdings from which semen or embryos may be collected

1.  The centre or holding must have been free from disease for at least three months prior to , and thirty days after, the date of collection of the semen or embryos.

2.  It must be situated in the centre of an area of 10 km radius in which there has been no case of disease for at least the 30 days prior to the date of collection.

PART 2Storage conditions for frozen semen and embryos

3.  Frozen bovine semen must have been stored in accordance with the Bovine Semen (Scotland) Regulations 2007(1).

4.  Frozen bovine embryos must have been stored in accordance with the Bovine Embryo (Collection, Production and Transfer) Regulations 1995(2).

5.  Frozen porcine semen must have been stored in accordance with Chapters I and II of Annex A of Council Directive 90/429/EEC laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of domestic animals of the porcine species(3).

6.  Frozen porcine embryos must have been stored in accordance with Chapter III of Annex D of Council Directive 92/65/EEC.

7.  Frozen ovine or caprine semen must have been stored in accordance with Chapters I and III of Annex D of Council Directive 92/65/EEC.

8.  Frozen ovine or caprine embryos must have been stored in accordance with Chapter III of Annex D of Council Directive 92/65/EEC.

(2)

S.I. 1995/2478.

(3)

O.J. No. L 224, 18.8.1999, p.62 as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (O.J. No. L 122, 16.5.2003, p.1).

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