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Hog Information Order, M.R. 104/2018

« Hog Information Order », R.M. 104/2018

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 104/2018
Registered August 29, 2018

This Order is made under the Manitoba Hog Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 226/2002, and is Order No. 3, 2018 of Manitoba Pork Council.

Definitions

1   The following definitions apply in this Order.

"approved slap tattoo" means a slap tattoo bearing an identification number issued by the responsible administrator under the Health of Animals Regulations, C.R.C., c.296, made under the Health of Animals Act (Canada).

"approved tag" means a tag, chip or other indicator issued under the Health of Animals Regulations, C.R.C., c.296, made under the Health of Animals Act (Canada).

"hog" means a hog which is not a weanling.

"manifest" means a record that meets the requirements of the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program established by the Manitoba Pork Council.

"weanling" means a hog weighing less than 30 kilograms.

Books, records and examination re production and marketing activities

2   Each person engaged in the production of a regulated product in Manitoba, or the marketing of a regulated product in Manitoba, must

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to the production and to the marketing of the regulated product; and

(b) at all times permit an authorized representative of the Manitoba Pork Council to examine those books and records, and facilitate any examination.

Weekly processor pricing reports

3   Each person engaged in processing hogs in Manitoba must forward to Manitoba Agriculture, Markets and Statistics, 810-401 York Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0P8, within seven days after the last day of each week, a report in the form prescribed by the Manitoba Pork Council indicating

(a) the number of regulated product purchased or taken delivery of during that week;

(b) the gross dressed weight of the regulated product referred to in clause (a); and

(c) the gross amount paid or payable to persons on account of the regulated product referred to in clause (a).

Weekly processor marketing reports

4   Each person engaged in processing hogs in Manitoba must forward to the head office of the Manitoba Pork Council, within seven days after the last day of each week, a report in the form prescribed by the Manitoba Pork Council indicating

(a) the names and addresses of all persons from whom the processor has purchased or taken delivery of regulated product during that week;

(b) the number of regulated product purchased or taken delivery of from the persons referred to in clause (a) during that week; and

(c) the date of each transaction.

Weekly agents and re-sellers marketing reports

5   Each person marketing regulated product in Manitoba as agent of the producer of the regulated product and each person acquiring regulated product in Manitoba for re-sale as a live animal must forward to the head office of the Manitoba Pork Council, within seven days after the last day of each week, a report in the form prescribed by the Manitoba Pork Council indicating

(a) the names and addresses of all persons from whom the person has taken delivery of or acquired regulated product during that week;

(b) the number of regulated product taken delivery of or acquired from the person referred to in clause (a) during that week;

(c) the date of each transaction; and

(d) the disposition of the regulated product by the person.

Books, records and examination re transportation activities

6   Each person engaged in the transportation of a regulated product in Manitoba, must

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to the transportation of the regulated product; and

(b) at all times permit an authorized representative of the Manitoba Pork Council to examine those books and records, and facilitate any examination.

Transportation reports

7   Each person engaged in the transportation of a regulated product in Manitoba must forward to the head office of the Manitoba Pork Council, either in paper form or in electronic form, a copy of each manifest required under the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program as follows:

(a) with respect to the transportation of a regulated product which commenced and terminated in Manitoba, within seven days after the last day of each week, the manifests for all transportation activities during that week;

(b) with respect to the transportation of a regulated product which began in Manitoba and which continued beyond the province of Manitoba, within 12 hours after the commencement of the transportation.

Transportation reports on request

8   Each person engaged in the transportation of a regulated product in Manitoba must

(a) upon the request of the Manitoba Pork Council, promptly report to the Manitoba Pork Council all information respecting the transportation of the regulated product as the Manitoba Pork Council may request; and

(b) without restricting the generality of clause (a), fill in and deliver to the head office of the Manitoba Pork Council within seven days after a request from the Manitoba Pork Council, a report on the transportation of regulated product in the form prescribed by the Manitoba Pork Council, containing the information and data required, properly certified as accurate.

Reports on request

9   Each person engaged in the production or in the marketing of regulated in Manitoba must

(a) upon the request of the Manitoba Pork Council, promptly report to the Manitoba Pork Council all information respecting the production and the marketing of the regulated product as the Manitoba Pork Council may request; and

(b) without restricting the generality of clause (a), fill in and deliver to the head office of the Manitoba Pork Council within seven days after a request from the Manitoba Pork Council, a report on the production and on the marketing of regulated product in the form prescribed by the Manitoba Pork Council, containing the information and data required, properly certified as accurate.

Application of definitions from M.R. 226/2002

10   Terms defined in the Manitoba Hog Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 226/2002, and used in this Order, have the same meaning in this Order as in that regulation.

Repeal

11   The Hog Information Order, Manitoba Regulation 150/2005, is repealed.

July 25, 2018Manitoba Pork Council:

George Matheson, Chair

Andrew Dickson, General Manager

APPROVED

August 27, 2018Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council:

Ed Helwer, Chair

Ingrid Peters-Fransen, Secretary