Sanitary requirements for export of treated hides and skins to Colombia
HA 2206 (amended 2015-09-28)

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  1. They originate from animals that were born and raised in Canada or legally imported into Canada.
  2. Canada is free from foot-and-mouth disease, vesicular stomatitis, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, lumpy skin disease, peste des petits ruminants, Rift Valley fever, swine vesicular disease, classical swine fever, sheep and goat pox, Africa swine fever and African horse sickness for six (6) months prior to export.
  3. The by-products were derived from animals which:
    1. passed ante-mortem inspection by a government inspector, were slaughtered in a government approved facility, and were not condemned for reasons of a serious transmissible(4) or zoonotic disease.
    2. have not been ordered slaughtered as a result of a disease eradication program.
  4. The by-product was derived, processed, stored and transported in such a manner as to prevent contact with animal origin materials or live animals contaminated with any of a serious transmissible disease.
  5. The by-product has been treated for preservation in one of the following ways:
    1. either  i) dry-salted or wet-salted for at least 14 days prior to dispatch,
      or  ii) salted for seven days in sea salt with the addition of 2% of sodium carbonate,
      or  iii) were salted on space to insert name (date), before being transported by ship.
    2. and has been treated with the following insecticide approved for use in Canada, according to label recommendations space to insert name.
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