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This archived regulation consolidation is current to May 5, and includes changes enacted and in force by that date. For the most current information. Game Farm Regulation Note: Check the Cumulative Regulation Bulletin and for any non-consolidated amendments to this regulation that may be in effect.
Contents Part 1 — Definitions 1 Definitions Part 2 — Licensing 2 Game farming is regulated activity that must be d 3 How to apply for licence 4 Issuance of licence 5 Notice of suspension or cancellation 6 Expiry of licence Part 3 — Keeping Game 7 Ear tags required 8 Humane removal of antlers 9 Breeding of game 10 Import of game 11 Control of game 12 Report of unconfined game 13 Notice of unconfined game and ownership of escaped game 14 Transactions 15 Movement of game if licensing action 16 Hunting game 17 Death of game 18 Records made under this Part Part 4 — Offences 19 Offences.
Definitions 1 In this regulation: "Act" means the Animal Health Act ; "game" means fallow deer, bison and reindeer; "game farm" means land on which game is kept with the intention of using farm sex game game for commercial purposes; "game farming" means engaging in the operation of a game farm; "d game farmer" means a holder of a licence to operate a game farm.
Game farming is regulated farm sex game that must be d 2 1 Game farming is prescribed as a regulated activity for the purposes of the Act. Issuance of licence 4 1 If the chief veterinarian issues a licence farm sex game section 11 2 d or e of the Act, the chief veterinarian may include as a condition of the licence, without limiting those paragraphs, the species of game that may be kept on the game farm.
Notice of suspension or cancellation 5 The chief veterinarian may provide notice under section 14 3 a of the Act of the intention to suspend or cancel a licence in the same manner as an order may be served under section 3 1 of the Enforcement Regulation, B. Expiry of licence 6 A game farm licence expires on a January 31 of the year immediately following the year in which the licence was issued, unless renewed before that date, or b an earlier date, if any, set by the chief veterinarian under section 11 2 d or e of the Act.
Ear tags required 7 1 A d game farmer must ensure that an ear tag is a affixed securely to each fallow deer and reindeer on the game farm, and b replaced promptly if lost. Humane removal of antlers 8 A d game farmer must ensure that precalcified antlers are not removed from game on the game farm unless the game is first given a nerve blocking agent of a type, in a dosage and in a manner recommended by a veterinarian.
Breeding of game 9 A d game farmer must ensure that records are kept detailing the of game born on the game farm, divided according to sex and species. Import of game 10 1 In this section, "certificate of health" means a certificate of health issued by a veterinarian who is authorized to act under the Health of Animals Act Canada for the purposes of the National Animal Health Program.
Control of game 11 1 A d game farmer must ensure that the d game farmer's game a are confined to the game farm described in the game farm licence, or b remain, while outside the game farm, in the custody of the d game farmer or a person acting for the d game farmer. Report of unconfined game 12 1 For the purposes of this section, game are unconfined if, for any reason, the game are not a confined to the game farm of a d game farmer, or b in custody as described in section 11 1 b [control of game].
Notice of unconfined game and ownership of escaped game 13 1 The chief veterinarian may give notice to one or more d game farmers if the chief veterinarian has reason to believe that game is unconfined within the meaning of section 12 [report of unconfined game]. Transactions 14 1 A d game farmer must ensure that records are kept in accordance with subsection 2 in respect of each transaction involving either or both of the following: a the acquisition, by any means, of live game by the d game farmer; b the disposition, by any means, of live game by the d game farmer. Movement of game if licensing action 15 A d game farmer whose licence has been suspended or cancelled must ensure that game is not moved into or out of the game farm without the prior written approval of the chief veterinarian.
Hunting game 16 A d game farmer must not hunt, or permit to farm sex game hunted, any of the d game farmer's game.
Death of game 17 1 A d game farmer must not kill, or permit to be killed, any of the d game farmer's game, except in the following circumstances: a the game is on the game farm or in custody as described in section 11 1 b [control of game]and i killing the game is necessary to end the animal's suffering, or ii the d game farmer is an individual and the game is killed to provide food for the d game farmer or the d game farmer's family; b the game has escaped and, after a report made under section 12 [report of unconfined game]an inspector first gives written permission to kill the game; c the game is killed in accordance with an order made under the Act; d the game farm sex game slaughtered at a slaughter establishment d under farm sex game Food Safety Act.
Records made under this Part 18 A d game farmer must ensure that all records made under this Part are kept a in the form and manner required by the chief veterinarian, and b for a period of at least 10 years. Offences 19 A person who contravenes any of the following provisions commits an offence: a section 2 2 [engaging in game farming without licence] ; b section 2 3 [possessing game without authorization] ; c section 7 1 or 2 [failure to affix ear tag as required] ; d section 7 39, 10 312 514 217 3 or 18 [failure to keep records as required] ; e section 8 [removal of antlers contrary to veterinary advice] ; f section 10 2 [import of game without certificate of health] ; g section 11 1 or 2 [failure to control game] ; h section 12 2 or 3 b [failure to report as required] ; i section 12 3 a [failure to inventory game as required] ; j section 15 [moving game if subject to licensing action] ; k section 16 [hunting game] ; l section 17 1 or 2 [killing game except as authorized].
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