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2. In this Order—
“BPEX” means the division of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board with responsibility for the pig industry in England;
“CPH number” means the county parish holding number assigned to a holding by the Secretary of State;
“herdmark” means an alphanumeric code issued by the Secretary of State under article 4(2);
“holding” means any establishment, construction or, in the case of an open air farm, any place in which pigs are held, kept or handled;
“identification mark” means an eartag or tattoo which complies with article 6;
“keeper” means any person having care and control of pigs, whether on a temporary or permanent basis, but does not include a person who only transports pigs;
“MLCSL” means Meat and Livestock Commercial Services Limited.
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