Q17 Are non permitted drugs not to be used in an equine presented for slaughter for the life of the animal or just for six months? Q18 If I sell my equine at an auction, does the auction become the owner, that is have care and control of my equine, for a period of time and need to fill out an EID? Q19 Along with the EID I have completed, I am forwarding a previous EID completed by a former owner to the buyer of my equine; am I responsible for the information on that previous EID? Q20 Why were these requirements created; were horse meat products not safe to eat? Q21 Will all horses intended for food production need to be placed into a lotprogram? No. The new requirements ask for a documented history for at least six months preceding slaughter. Grouping horses for six months under a lot program is an option, but is not required. Share this page • bitly • Blogger • Delicious
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