Pigs may not share an isolation facility with animals of any other species1.
In relation to England, where animals are held in an isolation facility under certain disease control provisions2, and other animals are moved in before they are released from the isolation facility, no animal may be removed from the isolation facility before the last date of release of the last animals moved into the isolation facility3.
In relation to Wales, an isolation facility may not be used to hold any animals other than pigs4 and where pigs are held in an isolation facility under the disease control provisions5, and
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