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Cattle semen

Country: Solomon Islands

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Pre-export preparations

The donor bull must have been kept in an Approved Artificial Breeding Centre for the whole of the period of 1 month immediately prior to the collection of the semen.

The donor bull to be subject to all admission and periodic maintenance tests and treatments required under the "Minimum Health Standards for Stock Standing at Licensed or Approved Artificial Breeding Centres in Australia".

Port of entry requirements

The consignment must be accompanied by an Official Health Certificate.

Health certificate

1. The semen has been derived from a bull which has been located at an artificial insemination centre, (INSERT NAME AND ADDRESS), which is under the supervision and direct control of a veterinary surgeon employed at the centre full-time.

2. This Approved Artificial Breeding Centre is Licenced/Approved by the Chief Veterinary Officer of (INSERT STATE/TERRITORY) and registered by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service.

3. The donor bull has been kept in the Approved Artificial Breeding Centre from (INSERT DATE) until (INSERT DATE) which is for the whole of the period of 1 month immediately prior to the collection of the semen.

4. The donor bull has been subjected to all admission and periodic maintenance tests and treatments required under the "Minimum Health Standards for Stock Standing at Licensed or Approved Artificial Breeding Centres in Australia".

5. The donor bull is free from evidence of infectious disease.

Permit requirements

Director of Livestock and Veterinary Services
Ministry of Agriculture and Lands
PO Box G13
Honiara
Solomon Islands

Protocol last negotiated

MAY 1991

Special conditions

The semen must be derived from a bull located at an artificial insemination centre which is under the supervision and direct control of a veterinary surgeon employed at the centre full-time.
The centre must be a Licenced/Approved (by the relevant State Government authorities) Artificial Breeding Centre registered by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service.

Semen originating from outside of Australia must be accompanied by official documentation stating that the semen has been imported into Australia and that the import conformed with all conditions applied by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service for the import of semen from the country concerned.

Health certification

The donor bulls to be free from evidence of infectious disease.

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Last updated: 3/07/2022 11:15 PMCreated: 15/01/2015 12:35 PM