Sanitary requirements for export of finished feed preparations for ruminant feed from Canada to Japan
HA 2256 (Amended March 1, 2010)
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- The products come from a country or part of country which is free from Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), Rinderpest, Bovine contagious pleuropneumonia, Swine vesicular disease, Classical swine fever, African swine fever, Newcastle disease and Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) prior to export.
- In Canada, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) is a reportable disease.
- The products contain no ingredient of animal origin, except for milk and milk products, deproteinated non-ruminant rendered fats.
- In the case where the finished feed preparation:
- is milk replacer, deproteinated non-ruminant rendered fats should be made only from fats extracted from meat fit for human consumption as a raw material, and tested and found to have insoluble impurities of less than 0.02%.
- is not milk replacer, deproteinated non-ruminant rendered fats should be tested and found to have insoluble impurities of less than 0.15%.
- The processing plant can demonstrate that precautions to avoid contaminations during and after processing were taken.
- The products have been manufactured in Canada.
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