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Organic Poultry Symposium - Tom Byers

Things to know: Rules, regulations and programs

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Organic Poultry Symposium - Tom Byers

  1. 1. Things To Know: Rules, Regulations and Programs Tom Byers
  2. 2. Premise Id Program Links livestock and poultry with geographic locations for the purposes of responding to emergencies
  3. 3. Diseases • Avian Influenza - H5N1 and H7N9 viral infection caused by influenza A viruses • Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT) in Poultry respiratory disease of chickens
  4. 4. Livestock Operations Act Applies to new and some expanding livestock operations to ensure proper citing, that the manure facility is properly designed and constructed, and that the manure is managed in an agronomic and environmentally sound manner
  5. 5. Supply Management The Canadian Chicken Marketing Agency held its inaugural meeting in Ottawa February 5th and 6th, 1979. The U.S. was awarded access to 6.3% of the domestic production. This percentage was based on the historic amount of chicken that had been imported in the years 1975-1978 establishing a predictable level of access.
  6. 6. Egg Farmers of New Brunswick Chicken Farmers of New Brunswick • NATURAL PRODUCTS ACT • NEW BRUNSWICK REGULATION 82-96 • ORDERS
  7. 7. EGGS • Limited to 199 hens • Eggs can be sold ungraded at “Farm Gate” • All eggs sold at retail must be graded • Must be stored at 4 degrees or lower, clean and free of “cracks” • Must be new unmarked cartons
  8. 8. CHICKEN • Limited to 200 chickens per year • Must be processed at a Provincially or Federally inspected Abattoir • Must be stored at 4 degrees or lower for fresh and 0 degrees or lower for frozen
  9. 9. Agricultural Programs