171.2 Every person who imports, sells or distributes a fertilizer or fertilizer supplement containing prohibited material, other than a rendered fat, shall keep for 10 years records that are sufficient to facilitate an effective recall of the fertilizer or fertilizer supplement, including
(a) the name, the lot number and other information used to identify the fertilizer or fertilizer supplement; and
(b) the name and address of any person to whom the fertilizer or fertilizer supplement is sold or distributed and a description of the fertilizer or fertilizer supplement, including the name and quantity.
- SOR/2006-147, s. 28.
172. The definitions in this section apply in this Part.
“administrator” means a person with whom the Minister has entered into an agreement, under section 34 of the Act, under which the person is to administer a national identification program for animals. (administrateur)
“animal” means a bison, a bovine and an ovine. (animal)
- “approved tag”
“approved tag” means a tag, chip or other indicator approved by the Minister under subsection 173(1). (étiquette approuvée)
“bison” means an animal, other than an embryo or a fertilized egg, of the subspecies Bison bison bison, Bison bison athabascae or Bison bison bonasus. (bison)
“bovine” means an animal, other than an embryo or a fertilized egg, of the species Bos taurus or Bos indicus. (bovin)
“distributor” means an individual, a partnership, a corporation, a cooperative, an association or an organization that sells or distributes approved tags. (distributeur)
- “farm of origin”
“farm of origin” means the farm or ranch where the animal was born — or the first farm or ranch to which the animal was moved after its birth if it was born at a place other than a farm or ranch, — including all areas of land, and buildings and other structures on those areas, that are used under one management for breeding or raising animals except any of those areas where the animal may be commingled with animals that are from another farm or ranch. (ferme d’origine)
- “farm or ranch”
“farm or ranch” includes a feed lot, a breeding herd, an artificial insemination unit or any other place where an animal has been since leaving its farm of origin. (ferme ou ranch)
- “organization that manages an animal identification system”
“organization that manages an animal identification system” means an individual, a partnership, a corporation, a cooperative, an association or an organization that is authorized by provincial legislation to manage an animal identification system. (organisme de gestion d’un système d’identification des animaux)
“ovine” means an animal, other than an embryo or a fertilized egg, of the genus Ovis. (ovin)
- SOR/2000-416, s. 1;
- SOR/2003-409, s. 1;
- SOR/2005-192, s. 1.
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