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European Communities (Newcastle disease) Regulations, 1994.

Country/Territory
Ireland
Document type
Regulation
Date
1994
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Livestock
Keyword
Animal health Pests/diseases Inspection Poultry
Geographical area
Atlantic Ocean Islands, Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, North Atlantic, North-East Atlantic, Northern Europe
Abstract

These Regulations implement Council Directive 92/66/EEC introducing Community measures for the control of Newcastle Disease and provide for the application of control measures in the event of an outbreak of the disease. Measures prescribed by these Regulations include notification of disease, restrictions on premises on which disease is suspected, declaration of an infected place, slaughter of poultry and destruction of carcases and eggs on premises where disease exists, cleansing and disinfection of premises on which disease exists, declaration of infected area, vaccination of poultry, prohibition on holding of sporting or recreational activities, seizure and detention of poultry, carcases, eggs or articles which are removed illegally. An inspector may issue permits for the purposes of these regulations, attach conditions to any such permit, vary such conditions and revoke any such permit.

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References - Legislation

Implements

Council Directive 92/66/EEC introducing Community measures for the control of Newcastle disease.

Legislation | European Union | 1992

Keyword: Pests/diseases, Animal health, Poultry, Disinfection/disinfestation, Slaughtering

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Diseases of Animals Act, 1966 (No. 6 of 1966).

Legislation | Ireland | 1966

Keyword: Animal welfare, Pests/diseases, Inspection, Cattle, Registration, Quarantine, Animal health

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repealed by

European Communities (Diseases of Animals) (Revocations) Regulations 2008 (S.I. No. 175 of 2008).

Legislation | Ireland | 2008

Keyword: Animal health, Pests/diseases, Data collection/reporting, Apiculture/sericulture, Animal production

Source: FAO, FAOLEX