3 edition of Movement of animal semen in international trade found in the catalog.
Movement of animal semen in international trade
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Legislation Research Branch.
At head of title: FAO working document.
|Statement||Document prepared in co-operation with the Animal Health Branch.|
|Series||FAO Animal Health Branch monograph no. 8|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Animal Health Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||73156769|
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Movement of animal semen in international trade. Regulations of various countries concerning the importation, exportation, collection, preservation and use of semen, and related questions.
Author(s): Anon. Author Affiliation: Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations., Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Movement of animal semen in international trade; regulations of various countries concerning the importation, exportation, collection, preservation and use of semen, and related questions.
Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. a) name and address of Movement of animal semen in international trade book owner of the donor animal; b) Movement of animal semen in international trade book of the premises at which the semen was collected and processed; c) name, species, breed, sex, colour, date of birth and the transponder or a clearly readable tattoo number of the donor animal; d) a statement confirming that the donor animal complies with the import conditions of File Size: KB.
Chapter Model veterinary certificate for international movement of dogs, cats and ferrets originating from countries considered infected with rabies Chapter Model passport for international movement of competition horses Chapter Model veterinary certificate for international trade in laboratory animals SECTION 6.
ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING TRADE AND IMPORTS INTO THE COMMUNITY OF ANIMALS, SEMEN, OVA AND EMBRYOS NOT SUBJECT TO ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS LAID DOWN IN SPECIFIC COMMUNITY ACTS [S.L 1 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION movement of dogs, cats and ferrets, the establishment of lists of.
'Council Directive 92/65/EEC of 13 July laying down animal health requirements governing trade in and imports into the Community of animals, semen, ova and embryos not subject to animal health requirements laid down in specific Community rules referred to in Annex A (1) to Directive 90//EEC (OJ No L9.p.
54).'. Semen, Ova & Embryos Animal health conditions for intra-Union trade in and imports of semen, ova and embryos into the European Union have been harmonised.
This has been carried out in order to guarantee the absence of specific pathogens that might be conveyed by semen, ova and embryos and to avoid contamination of female recipients and their offspring. To provide expertise and encourage international solidarity in the control of animal diseases 4.
Within its mandate under the WTO SPS Agreement, to safeguard world trade by publishing health standards for international trade in animals and animal products 5.
To improve the legal framework and resources of national Veterinary Services 6. Trade book lessons, worksheets, and discussion cards provide trusted reading and language skill activities before, during, and after reading.
Choose between a generic set Movement of animal semen in international trade book discussion cards that start with Level 1 books and use them across all three levels, or use individual discussion cards created for each title in Levels 2 and 3. Specific guidelines for trading animals and products of animal origin, including health certificates and licences, and the general system of declarations and checks for importing or exporting.
international trade of cattle germplasm for more than 60 years. Although experimental data show that many animal pathogens can be associated with semen and embryos, risk of disease transmission can be substantially reduced or eliminated by applying sanitary protocols recommended by the International File Size: 1MB.
Animal Health Requirements governing Trade in and Imports into the Community of Animals, Semen, Ova and Embryos not subject to Animal Health Requirements laid down in Specific Community Acts Rules, IN exercise of Movement of animal semen in international trade book powers conferred by article 37(2) Movement of animal semen in international trade book the Veterinary Services Act, the Minister for Sustainable Development,File Size: 1MB.
Trade is an inevitable part of human activity and evolution, but when it involves animals there are important ethical issues that have to be considered. Animal trade is often for economic reasons only, and may be hard to justify ethically. There are significant welfare and environmental costs to animals and human society that must be.
Animal Identification, traceability and international trade BSE risk status based on OIE standards and therefore the need of systems of animal identification and traceability is a substantial market access issue for international trade not only for meat but also for.
Animal identification and traceability in the European Union and international trade S. Pavón Directorate General for Health and Consumers, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Summary International trade for food products is rapidly changing and tariff barriers do not represent anymore a major element for market access.
Better Training for Safer Food Initiative Belgrade, Serbia /11/ important prerequisite for International trade with live animals and products of animal origin, maintaining disease-free zone or The possibility to trace back and forth all the movements of animals, semen and embryo, food, feed and plants contributes.
Keyword: Equine-animals, Marking/identification, Internal trade, International trade, Transport/storage Source: FAO, FAOLEX Amends European Communities (Trade in Animals and Animal Semen, Ova and Embryos) Regulations, (S.I. 12 of ). Intra Trade Animal Health Certificate (ITAHC) for bovine semen.
Bovine semen –NFG - this document. Scope The ITAHC must be used for the movement of bovine semen collected at EU Approved Semen Collection Centres in the United Kingdom, or the re-export of semen legally moved to the UnitedFile Size: KB.
Get an animal health certificate. You must have an animal health certificate to trade any live animals, birds, bees, plus the ova, embryos and semen of these animals.
You must make sure that animals or germinal product travel with their health certificates. S.I. of EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (TRADE IN BOVINE BREEDING ANIMALS, THEIR SEMEN, OVA AND EMBRYOS) REGULATIONS, I, JOE WALSH, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Forestry, in exercise of the powers conferred on me by section 3 of the European Communities Act, (No.
27 of ), and for the purpose of giving effect to Council Directive No. 77//EEC of 25. This report was created for strategic planners, international executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for bovine semen.
With the globalization of this market, managers can no longer be contented with a local cturer: ICON Group International, Inc. Goal 1: Minimize the risk of TB-affected or exposed animals moving in domestic or international trade. Goal 2: Provide a collaborative framework to define and measure improvements in both the Mexican and U.S.
TB programs. The Strategic Plan represents a framework for these collaborations. Copies of the plan in English and Spanish are available at. As I introduced in a recent Backgrounder, illegal smuggling of live wildlife across the U.S.
southern border and through ports of entry is closely tied to the criminal networks involved in illegal immigration and drug available animal smuggling data from highlights this close connection between the illicit movement of people and animals across our southern border.
This series was created for international firms who rely on foreign markets for a substantial portion of their business or who might be threatened by international competition.
The estimates given in this report were created using a methodology developed by and implemented under the direct supervision of Professor Philip M. Parker, the INSEAD Manufacturer: ICON Group International, Inc. The term global express is defined as: ´´The volumes of goods moving globally´´ .The globalization of markets has contributed to the continually increasing of the gross domestic product (GDP, a modality for measuring economies and development of nations) in the last twointernational trade of livestock products has become an important part of the world by: 3.
Trade in, Import and Export of Animals and Animal Products Act 1 [RT I,2 - entry into force ] Passed RT I34, Entry into forcein part Amended by the following legal instruments (show). The international trade in primates s wild non-human primates (NHPs) trapped and sold on the international market every year.
 They are sold mostly for use in animal testing, but also for food, for exhibition in zoos and circuses, and for private use as companion animals. The Import Animal Products team conducts permitting for the importation of animal products and by-products, regulatory and policy development, international protocol negotiations, field collaboration, and inter-agency collaboration.
The Trade in Animals and Related Products (Scotland) Regulations Made - - - - 29th May Laid before the Scottish Parliament 31st May Coming into force - - 1st July CONTENTS PART 1 Introduction 1. Citation, commencement and extent 2. Interpretation 3.
Exceptions for movement of pet animals 4. International agreements PART 2 File Size: KB. international movements of genetic resources in animal agriculture.
Due to this scale and the quality of data, this study focuses solely on the commercial trade aspects of animal genetic resource exchange. Regional trade patterns and trends In recent years, the combined world exports of live animals for breeding (bovines and swine), plus.
Under the procedure laid down in Arti special requirements may be laid down, if appropriate, by way of derogation M7 ————— from Chapter II, for the movement of circus and fairground animals and for trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos intended for zoos.
Article 1. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome is now found in most areas of the world where pigs are raised. Besides Europe and North America, it was identified in China in and is present in Japan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Korea among other countries in Asia.
International agreements 4. Trade with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland under any agreement between those countries and the European Union is treated as trade between member States for the purposes of these Regulations.
PART 2 Movement between member States Movement of animals and genetic material between member States Size: KB. But by facilitating the movement of goods between communities, trade routes also facilitated the movement of germs.
International trade was an impetus for the first plague pandemic on record, the Plague of Justinian. In the 6th century, outbreaks began in Egypt and, thanks to land and sea trade routes, they spread throughout the Byzantine Empire.
Semen technologies in domestic animal species. Spermatozoa use this innate pattern of movement to trans- A. Review on international trade with boar semen. Reprod.
Domest. Anim. 46(S2. The increase in international trade of horses and semen for artificial insemination has increased the risk of passing equine arteritis virus from one equine population to another. Inthere was an EVA epidemic in America's Thoroughbred industry, which led major restrictions by the international community on the movement of horses from the.
Start studying ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Browse. When people began to grow crops and domesticate animals d.
When the first cities were built Integrating governments through international trade b. Integrating cultures through international trade.
Collecting semen and the sperm cells it contains is common practice with livestock. And semen from a first-rate bull or show dog fetches a high price from breeders aiming to breed top-quality animals. Ivory is a hard, white material from the tusks (traditionally elephants') and teeth of animals, that consists mainly of dentine, one of the physical structures of teeth and chemical structure of the teeth and tusks of mammals is the same, regardless of the species of origin.
The trade in certain teeth and tusks other than elephant is well established and widespread; therefore, "ivory. Professor Favre’s scholarship frequently emphasizes international control of the animal trade. Currently he serves on the ABA Committee on Animal Law.
Professor Favre has also published seven books on animal law including: Animals: Welfare, Interests and Rights, Animal Law and Dog Behavior, Animal Law: Welfare, Interest, and Rights, andCited by: 5.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.The Anatomy & Physiology of Sperm Production in Boars Download pdf V. Knox Swine Reproductive Extension Specialist Department of Animal Sciences University of Illinois Introduction The reproductive efficiency of the breeding herd depends upon the fertility of the boar.
Male fertility is essential since the boar's DNA is the primary mechanism throughFile Size: KB.The importance of the zona pellucida for disease control in livestock ebook embryo transfer. Chen SS, Wrathall AE. From the point of view of disease risk, the movement of livestock by embryo transfer is undoubtedly much safer for trading than the movement of live animals or by: