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7. (1) Where organic fertilisers or soil improvers are applied to land, no person may allow pigs to have access to that land or to be fed cut herbage from such land for a period of 60 days beginning with the application of the organic fertiliser or soil improver.
(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply to the following organic fertilisers or soil improvers—
(f)colostrum products; or
(g)digestive tract content.
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