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Animal Feeding Stuffs Legislation of the UK: A Concise Guide offers a guide to legislation governing the production, sale, and distribution of animal feeding stuffs in the UK. Individual statutory instruments are discussed and categorized according to their relevance to raw materials, straight feeding stuffs, compound feeds, medicated feeds, and additives. Sampling, the rights of inspectors under different acts and regulations, codes of practice, and labeling requirements are also considered. This guide is comprised of nine chapters and begins with an overview of UK laws governing the manufacture and supply of animal feeding stuffs, including Agriculture Act 1970 Part IV, Medicines Act 1968 and Regulations made under it, and Animal Health and Welfare Act 1984. The next chapter presents a definition of terms, including those applied to animals with respect to the UK feed regulations. The reader is then introduced to statutory statements for raw material or straight feeding stuff; compound feeding stuffs; and additives and premixtures. This book also considers the registration system for manufacturers and qualifying on-farm mixers, along with licensing requirements for products to be used in feeds. The final chapter is devoted to statutory requirements for sampling and analysis of animal feeding stuffs. This monograph will be a helpful and authoritative resource for feed manufacturers, raw materials suppliers, technical advisors, enforcement agencies, and students of feed and livestock production.
2 UK Animal Feeding Stuffs Law
3.1 Agriculture Act 1970 Part IV
3.2 Medicines Act 1968
3.3 Animal Health and Welfare Act 1984
3.4 Regulations under the Medicines Act
4.2 Description of Material
4.3 Terms Used under Agriculture Act Regulations
4.4 Terms Used under Medicines Act Regulations
5 Raw Materials and Straights
5.1 General Form of the Statutory Statements
5.2 Undesirable Substances
5.3 Limits of Variation (Tolerances)
5.4 Names, Descriptions and Declarations
5.5 Controls on Certain Protein Sources
6 Compound Feeding Stuffs
6.1 General Form of the Statutory Statements under the Agriculture Act 1970 and Its Regulations
6.3 Moisture in Certain Compound Feeding Stuffs
6.4 Statutory Declarations
6.5 Molassed Feeding Stuffs
6.6 Mineral Feeding Stuffs
6.7 Undesirable Substances
6.8 Non-medicinal Additives in Compound Feeding Stuffs
6.9 Medicated Compound Animal Feeding Stuffs
6.10 Prescription Only Medicines in Feeds - Special Provisions and the Written Veterinary Direction
6.11 Limits of Variation (Tolerances) - Nutrients, Additives and Medicinal Products
7 Additives and Premixtures
7.1 General form of the Statutory Statements
7.2 Controls and Labeling
8 Registration of Manufacturers
8.1 Registered Manufacturers-Register A
8.2 Notified Manufacturers-Register B
9 Sampling and Analysis
9.2 Inspectors' Rights
9.3 Informal Samples
9.4 Purchasers' Rights
1 Specimen Labels
2 Current Proposals
3 Codes of Practice for Medicated Feeds
A Code of Practice for Registered Manufacturers of Medicated Animal Feeding Stuffs-Register A
B Code of Practice for Notified Manufacturers of Medicated Animal Feeding Stuffs-Register B
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1987
- 3rd June 1987
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Dr David R. Williams is Associate Professor of Health Care Management in the College of Health Sciences at Appalachian State University. He received his PhD in Administration Health Services from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. A former senior executive for both non-profit and for-profit healthcare entities, he is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has presented and published widely on management, governance, and financing issues facing healthcare entrepreneurial firms, with a focus on biopharmaceutical IPOs.
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