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The Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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9.—(1) The compensation is the average price paid in Great Britain for that age and category of animal—

(a)for a pedigree animal, in the previous 6 months before the date of its valuation; and

(b)for any other bovine animal, in the previous month before the date of its valuation.

(2) A pedigree animal is one for which a pedigree certificate has been issued by a breeders' organisation or association that fulfils the conditions of Commission Decision 84/247/EEC laying down the criteria for the recognition of breeders' organisations and associations which maintain or establish herd-books for pure-bred breeding animals of the bovine species F1.

(3) The Scottish Ministers must categorise animals as follows, and for the purposes of determining which category the animal falls into, the age of the animal is the age, as shown by its cattle passport, at the date on which the notice of intention to kill was served—

Categories
MaleFemale
Beef Sector – non-pedigree animal
Up to and including 3 monthsUp to and including 3 months
Over 3 months up to and including 6 monthsOver 3 months up to and including 6 months
Over 6 months up to and including 9 monthsOver 6 months up to and including 9 months
Over 9 months up to and including 12 monthsOver 9 months up to and including 12 months
Over 12 months up to and including 16 monthsOver 12 months up to and including 16 months
Over 16 months up to and including 20 monthsOver 16 months up to and including 20 months
Over 20 months—Over 20 months—
Breeding bullsCalved
OtherNot calved
Dairy Sector – non-pedigree animal
Up to and including 3 monthsUp to and including 3 months
Over 3 months up to and including 6 monthsOver 3 months up to and including 6 months
Over 6 months up to and including 12 monthsOver 6 months up to and including 12 months
Over 12 months up to and including 16 monthsOver 12 months up to and including 16 months
Over 16 months up to and including 20 monthsOver 16 months up to and including 20 months
Over 20 monthsOver 20 months–
Calved
Not calved
Beef Sector – pedigree animal
6 months up to and including 12 months6 months up to and including 12 months
Over 12 months up to and including 24 monthsOver 12 months up to and including 24 months
Over 24 monthsOver 24 months (not calved)
Calved under 36 months
Calved 36 months and over
Dairy Sector – pedigree animal
Up to and including 2 monthsUp to and including 2 months
Over 2 months up to and including 12 monthsOver 2 months up to and including 10 months
Over 12 months up to and including 24 monthsOver 10 months up to and including 18 months
Over 24 monthsOver 18 months (not calved)
Calved under 36 months
Calved 36 months and over.

F1O.J. No. L 125, 12.5.1984, p.58, amended by Commission Decision (EC) No. 2007/371/EC (O.J. L 140, 1.6.2007, p.49).

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