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Broiler Hatching Egg, Chick and Pullet Information Order, M.R. 47/2008

« Broiler Hatching Egg, Chick and Pullet Information Order », R.M. 47/2008

The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur la commercialisation des produits agricoles, c. F47 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

version anglaise

Regulation 47/2008
Registered March 3, 2008

This order is made under the Manitoba Chicken Broiler Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 246/2004, and is Order No. 4(HE), 2007 of Manitoba Chicken Producers.

Books, records and inspection re egg marketings

1   Every person engaged in the marketing of broiler hatching eggs within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to the marketing of broiler hatching eggs by such person; and

(b) at all times permit any authorized representative of this Board to inspect such books and records and facilitate such inspection.

Monthly reports

2   Every registered producer shall forward to the head office of this Board, within seven (7) days following the last day of each month, a report in the form prescribed by this Board on the marketing of broiler hatching eggs by such producer during that month, containing the information and data indicated thereon, properly certified as accurate.

Monthly pullet and chick reports

3   Every registered producer shall also forward to the head office of this Board, within seven (7) days following the last day of each month, a report in the form prescribed by this Board, setting out

(a) the number of broiler breeder pullets and broiler breeder laying hens acquired by such registered producer that month;

NOTE: This order replaces Manitoba Regulation 156/85, which was repealed by Manitoba Regulation 49/2008.

(b) the number of broiler breeder laying hens marketed or slaughtered by such registered producer during that month;

(c) the number of broiler breeder laying hens that died during that month; and

(d) the number of broiler breeder laying hens raised or kept by such registered producer on the last day of that month;

and such other information and data as may be indicated thereon, properly certified as accurate.

Information re hatchery operators

4   Every person engaged in operating a hatchery within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to the marketings of broiler hatching eggs and chicks by such person; and

(b) at all times permit any authorized representative of this Board to inspect such books and records and facilitate such inspection.

Weekly hatchery reports

5   Every registered hatchery operator shall, unless otherwise directed in writing by this Board, forward to the head office of this Board, within fourteen (14) days following the last day of each week, a report in the form prescribed by this Board, setting out particulars of

(a) each purchase of broiler hatching eggs by such operator;

(b) each sale of broiler hatching eggs by such operator;

(c) the number of broiler hatching eggs hatched by such operator;

(d) the number of chicks destroyed by such operator; and

(e) each sale of chicks made by such operator;

during that week, together with such other information and data as may be indicated thereon, properly certified as accurate.

Books, records and inspection re broiler breeder pullet producers

6   Every person engaged in raising or keeping broiler breeder pullets within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to the marketing of such broiler breeder pullets by such person; and

(b) at all times permit any authorized representative of this Board to inspect such books and records and facilitate such inspection.

Monthly pullet producer reports

7   Every person who raises or keeps broiler breeder pullets, either owned by such person or owned by others, shall forward to the head office of this Board, within seven (7) days following the last day of each month, a report in the form prescribed by this Board, setting out

(a) the number of chicks and the number of broiler breeder pullets taken delivery of by such person during that month;

(b) the number of broiler breeder pullets marketed or delivered by such person during that month and the owner or purchaser of such broiler breeder pullets;

(c) the number of broiler breeder pullets that died during that month;

(d) the number of broiler breeder pullets raised or kept by such person on the last day of that month, and the approximate date such broiler breeder pullets were acquired by such person; and

(e) the number of chicks such person has ordered for subsequent delivery to such person following such month, and the date that such person expects to receive such chicks;

together with such other information and data as may be indicated thereon, properly certified as accurate.

December 6, 2007MANITOBA CHICKEN PRODUCERS:

Waldie Klassen, Chair

Wayne Hiltz, General Manager