In relation to England1, where an inspector2 has reasonable grounds to believe that an animal has been fed or has had access to unlawful feedingstuffs3, he may serve a notice4.
The notice may require the owner or person in charge of the animal to:
(1) kill the animal and dispose of it, as specified in the notice;
(2) keep the animal on such holding and in such manner as the notice provides5.
When a bovine animal6 is required by notice to be killed an inspector must ensure that the relevant cattle passport is stamped 'Not for human consumption'7. No person may
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