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5.—(1) The following provisions of the Feeding Stuffs (Sampling and Analysis) Regulations 1999(1) shall apply for the purposes of these Regulations as they apply in relation to sampling and analysis under those Regulations —
(a)regulation 2 (prescribed amount for the purposes of a sampled portion);
(b)regulation 3 (manner of taking and sealing samples);
(c)regulation 4 (method of sending samples);
(d)regulation 5 (qualifications of agricultural analyst);
(e)regulation 6 (methods of analysis);
(f)regulation 7 (certificate to be used for results of analysis);
(g)regulation 8 (time limit for analysis of oil content of feed);
(h)Schedule 1 (detailed rules for sampling);
(i)Schedule 2 (methods of analysis);
(j)Schedule 3 (standard form of certificate to be used for results of analysis).
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