A person who places on the market any feed that is of a type specified in certain EU provisions relating to the control of undesirable substances in animal feed1 or who uses any such feed, commits an offence if it contains a specified undesirable substance2 in excess of the relevant maximum content3.
A person who places on the market or uses any complementary feed commits an offence if having regard to the quantity of it recommended for use in a daily ration, it contains any undesirable substance4 in excess of the maximum content specified for it5 in relation to complete
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