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1. The results of the classification.
2. The approval number of the slaughterhouse.
3. The kill or slaughter number of the animal from which the carcase was obtained, as allocated by the operator.
4. The date of slaughter.
5. The weight of the carcase.
6. The dressing specification used.
7. A record that the prescribed communication has been effected.
8. The name, signature and classification licence serial number of the person who carried out the classification.
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