Feeds Regulations, 1983
(a) more than one-half of one per cent of the seeds of weeds listed in Table I of Schedule II except when screenings are sold or offered for sale singly, in which case the screenings may contain any amount not exceeding one per cent of such materials and an additional one per cent of wild mustard and hare’s ear mustard seed;
(b) fluorine in an amount likely to be deleterious to livestock or exceeding the following proportions:
(i) 0.2 per cent (2 000 mg/kg) in any mineral feed for cattle, sheep or horses containing nine per cent or less of phosphorus,
(ii) 0.3 per cent (3 000 mg/kg) in any mineral feed for cattle, sheep or horses containing greater than nine per cent of phosphorus,
(iii) 0.6 per cent (6 000 mg/kg) in a mineral feed for swine, and
(iv) in a complete or balanced feed
(c) must, mould or damage from heat or any other cause that would
(d) any product of animal, fish or bird origin that is not fresh or sound or that has not been properly processed in accordance with good manufacturing practice;
(e) more than 0.2 per cent feathers or sawdust or more than 0.3 per cent of feathers and sawdust combined;
(f) any extraneous material except in such amounts as are unavoidable in good manufacturing practice;
(g) any chaff, dust, knuckles or like material, except as a declared ingredient or as a recognized tolerance in a declared ingredient;
(h) in the case of a feed that is chopped, crushed or ground, more than 15 viable seeds per 30 g of the weeds listed in Table 2 of Schedule II;
(i) aflatoxins in an amount exceeding 20 parts per billion;
(j) any material in quantities that could, when fed in proportions commonly used or as specified in the feeding directions, result in the production of an article of food that is prohibited from sale by virtue of section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act; or
(k) any material, other than those referred to in paragraphs (a) to (j), in quantities likely to be deleterious to livestock, when fed in proportions commonly used or as specified in the feeding directions.
(2) A feed labelled with instructions for feeding only to beef cattle three months of age or over and with a caution to discontinue the feeding of it at least 48 hours before marketing or slaughter may contain up to 15 per cent in the aggregate of the materials listed in Table 1 of Schedule II, except darnel and purple cockle.
(3) Paragraph (1)(a) does not apply to unground screenings when labelled or invoiced as cereals grain screenings uncleaned (uncleaned screenings) or cereals grain screenings refuse (refuse screenings).
- SOR/90-73, s. 7(F).
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