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Animal Slaughter or Killing (Protection) Regulations, 2003 (L.N. 260 of 2003).

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
These Regulations concern the movement, lairaging, restraint, stunning, slaughter and killing of animals bred and kept for the production of meat, skin, fur or other products and to methods of killing animals for disease control purposes. The Regulations are divided into the following Chapters: (I) General provisions; (II) Requirements applicable to slaughterhouses; (III) Slaughter and killing outwith slaughterhouses; (IV) Final provisions. In addition, the following Schedules are attached: (A) Requirements for the movement and lairaging of animals in slaughterhouses; (B) Restraint of animals before stunning, slaughter or killing; (C) Stunning or killing of animals other than animals reared for fur; (D) Bleeding of animals; (E) Killing methods for disease control; (F) Methods of killing fur animals; (G) Killing of surplus chicks and embryos in hatchery waste.
Date of text
Repealed
No
Source language

English

Legislation status
in force
Legislation Amendment
No