Feeds Regulations, 1983 (SOR/83-593)

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Feeds Regulations, 1983

SOR/83-593

FEEDS ACT

Registration 1983-07-15

Regulations Respecting the Control and Regulation of the Sale of Feeds

P.C. 1983-2124 1983-07-14

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Agriculture, pursuant to sections 3Footnote *, 4Footnote * and 5 and subsection 8(4) of the Feeds Act, is pleased hereby to revoke the Feeds Regulations, C.R.C., c. 665, and to make the annexed Regulations respecting the control and regulation of the sale of feeds in substitution therefor.

SHORT TITLE

 These Regulations may be cited as the Feeds Regulations, 1983.

INTERPRETATION

[SOR/97-6, s. 1(F)]
  •  (1) In these Regulations,

    “Act”

    “Act” means the Feeds Act; (Loi)

    “Agency”

    “Agency” means the Canadian Food Inspection Agency established by section 3 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act; (Agence)

    “applicant”

    “applicant” means a person who applies to register a feed; (demandeur)

    “assessed or evaluated”

    “assessed or evaluated” means assessed or evaluated by the Director; (évalué)

    “biotechnology”

    “biotechnology” means the application of science and engineering to the direct or indirect use of living organisms or parts or products of living organisms in their natural or modified forms; (biotechnologie)

    “brand”

    “brand” means any distinctive mark or trade name, apart from the name of the feed required to be applied by these Regulations, applied by the manufacturer, registrant or vendor to a feed to distinguish it from another feed; (marque)

    “cattle”

    “cattle” means animals of the species Bos taurus or Bos indicus; (bœuf)

    “caution statement”

    “caution statement” means a statement relating to animal health hazards or to safe product handling or storage that is required to be included on the label of a feed by these Regulations; (précaution)

    “chop feed”

    “chop feed” means the feed obtained by grinding, chopping or crushing

    • (a) wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, buckwheat, flax, field peas, field beans, triticale, milo, rapeseed seeds or soybeans either alone or in combination with one another, or

    • (b) oats wild-oats-cereals grain (Mixed Feed Oats) referred to in the Off Grades of Grain and Grades of Screenings Order, cereals grain screenings grade 1 as described in Schedule IV or cereals grain screenings grade 2 as described in that Schedule; (aliment broyé)

    “Compendium of Medicating Ingredients Brochures”

    “Compendium of Medicating Ingredients Brochures” means the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures, 8th edition, prepared by the Agency, published in 1998; ((Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices))

    “complete feed”

    “complete feed” means a feed that, when used for the kind of livestock and for the purposes stated on the label, will provide all of the nutritional requirements necessary for the maintenance of life or for promoting production except

    • (a) water, in the case of monogastric animals other than horses, and

    • (b) water or roughage, in the case of ruminant animals and horses; (aliment complet)

    “consultant formula feed”

    “consultant formula feed” means a feed that is formulated and manufactured by a seller to meet the requirements of a specific purchaser and that is not intended for resale by that purchaser or, where that purchaser is a feed manufacturer, that is not intended for use by that purchaser in the manufacture of a customer formula feed for sale; (aliment préparé selon une formule-conseil)

    “converter feed”

    “converter feed” means a feed that is mixed with a specified feed to convert that feed from a feed for one class of livestock to a feed for another class of the same livestock having different nutritional requirements; (aliment modificateur)

    “crude protein”

    “crude protein” means percentage nitrogen multiplied by 6.25; (protéines brutes)

    “customer formula feed”

    “customer formula feed” means

    • (a) a feed that is manufactured by a manufacturer for feeding to his own livestock,

    • (b) a feed that is manufactured by a manufacturer pursuant to a written order that is signed by a purchaser and that states the kind and amount of each single ingredient feed to be used in the manufacture of that feed, or

    • (c) a feed that is manufactured by a manufacturer pursuant to a written order that is signed by a purchaser and that states the kind and amount of each single ingredient feed to be added to other mixed feeds that would be acceptable for registration, as a service to the purchaser,

    and, in the case of a feed referred to in paragrah (b) or (c), that is not intended for resale by that purchaser or, where that purchaser is a feed manufacturer, that is not intended for use by that purchaser in the manufacture of a feed referred to in paragraph (b) or (c); (aliment préparé selon la formule du client)

    “Director”

    “Director” means the Director designated by the President of the Agency; (directeur)

    “environment”

    “environment” means the components of the Earth and includes

    • (a) air, land and water,

    • (b) all layers of the atmosphere,

    • (c) all organic and inorganic matter and living organisms, and

    • (d) the interacting natural systems that include components referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c); (environnement)

    “facilitating agent”

    “facilitating agent” means a substance or mixture of substances that is added to a mixed feed or a single ingredient feed for the purpose of improving or conserving some or all of the nutrient content of that feed or of aiding and improving the manufacturing or handling properties of that feed and that may or may not have a nutritional value of its own; (substance auxiliaire)

    “feed”

    “feed” includes a feed derived through biotechnology; (aliment)

    “Feed and Fertilizer Division”

    “Feed and Fertilizer Division”[Repealed, SOR/93-232, s. 2]

    “identification code”

    “identification code” means any combination of letters or figures or letters and figures by which a lot of feed can be traced in manufacture and distribution; (code d’identification)

    “macro-minerals”

    “macro-minerals” means calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulphur, sodium and potassium; (macro-éléments)

    “macro-premix”

    “macro-premix” means a feed that is used with another feed to improve the nutritive balance of the total and that is intended to be further diluted and mixed to produce a supplement or complete feed that conforms to the standards prescribed in these Regulations; (macro-prémélange)

    “medicated feed”

    “medicated feed” means a mixed feed that contains a medicating ingredient; (aliment médicamenté)

    “medicating ingredient”

    “medicating ingredient” means

    • (a) a substance that is intended for use in the prevention or treatment of disease in livestock, or

    • (b) a substance, other than a feed, that is intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of the livestock,

    and that has assigned to it a drug identification number pursuant to the Food and Drugs Act; (substance médicatrice)

    “micro-premix”

    “micro-premix” means a feed that is a mixture of ingredients that supply only trace minerals, vitamins, medicating ingredients that are listed in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures, amino acids or other material that is used in minute quantities for feeding to livestock; (micro-prémélange)

    “mineral feed”

    “mineral feed” means a mixed feed that contains minerals for the nutrition of livestock and may contain vitamins, facilitating agents, flavouring agents or medicating ingredients that are listed in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures; (aliment minéral)

    “mixed feed”

    “mixed feed” means a feed that contains two or more single ingredient feeds; (aliment mélangé)

    “novel feed”

    “novel feed” means a feed, comprising an organism or organisms, or parts or products thereof, that

    • (a) is not set out in Schedule IV or V, or

    • (b) has a novel trait; (aliment nouveau)

    “novel trait”

    “novel trait”, in respect of a feed, means a characteristic of the feed that

    • (a) has been intentionally selected, created or introduced into the feed through a specific genetic change, and

    • (b) based on valid scientific rationale, is not substantially equivalent, in terms of its specific use and safety both for the environment and for human and animal health, to any characteristic of a similar feed that is set out in Schedule IV or V; (caractère nouveau)

    “per cent”

    “per cent”, with respect to any article, means per cent by mass of the article; (pourcentage)

    “Plant Products Division”

    “Plant Products Division”[Repealed, SOR/2000-184, s. 47]

    “poultry”

    “poultry” means chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese; (volaille)

    “registrant”

    “registrant” means an applicant who has been issued a feed registration certificate under subsection 9(1); (titulaire de l’enregistrement)

    “release”

    “release” means any discharge or emission into the environment of a feed or livestock product produced from the feed or exposure of a feed or livestock product produced from the feed to the environment; (dissémination)

    “ruminant”

    “ruminant” means an animal of the suborder Ruminatiae and includes an animal of the family Camelidae; (ruminant)

    “significant change”

    “significant change”, in respect of a feed, means any change in

    • (a) the brand of the feed,

    • (b) the name of the feed,

    • (c) the type or level of medicating ingredient in the feed,

    • (d) the guaranteed level of a nutrient, unless the nutrient is listed in Table 4 of Schedule I for the species of livestock for which the feed is intended and both the former and revised guaranteed levels are within the limits set out in that Table for that nutrient,

    • (e) any statement, phrase or claim appearing on the label that relates to the purpose or function of the feed in general or to any medicating ingredient, nutrient or other ingredient present in the feed,

    • (f) the directions for the use of the feed, or

    • (g) the ingredients present in the feed, if it is a feed required to be labelled with the name of each ingredient therein pursuant to paragraph 26(1)(j); (modification importante)

    “single ingredient feed”

    “single ingredient feed” means any substance or mixture of substances that is assessed or evaluated as being acceptable for use in feeds and that is described in an item of Schedule IV or V; (aliment à ingrédient unique)

    “specified risk material”

    “specified risk material” means the skull, brain, trigeminal ganglia, eyes, tonsils, spinal cord and dorsal root ganglia of cattle aged 30 months or older, and the distal ileum of cattle of all ages, but does not include material from a country of origin as defined in section 2 of the Health of Animals Regulations, or a part of a country of origin, that is designated under section 7 of those Regulations as posing a negligible risk for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; (matériel à risque spécifié)

    “supplement”

    “supplement” means a feed that is used with another feed to improve the nutritive balance of the total and that is intended to be

    • (a) fed undiluted as a supplement to other feeds,

    • (b) offered free choice with other parts of the ration separately available, or

    • (c) further diluted and mixed to produce a complete feed that is acceptable for registration; (supplément)

    “tonic”

    “tonic” or “conditioner” means a mineral feed that is formulated and represented for the correction of a specified nutrient deficiency or to aid recovery from a specific nutrient deficiency and is for use only while the condition persists; (tonique or fortifiant)

    “trace mineral salt feed”

    “trace mineral salt feed” means a mineral feed that contains only ingredients incorporated to supply trace minerals and salt (NaCl) and may contain medicating ingredients that are listed in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures or facilitating agents; (complément d’oligo-éléments et de sel)

    “veterinary prescription”

    “veterinary prescription” means an order prescribing a medicated feed made in writing by a veterinarian licensed to practise in the province in which the feed is to be fed to livestock; (ordonnance)

    “veterinary prescription feed”

    “veterinary prescription feed” means a feed manufactured pursuant to a veterinary prescription; (aliment prescrit par ordonnance)

    “warning statement”

    “warning statement” means a statement relating to human health hazards that is required to be included on the label of a feed by these Regulations. (mise en garde)

  • (2) For the purposes of sections 4.1 to 4.4, a novel feed is toxic if it is entering or may enter the environment in a quantity or concentration or under conditions

    • (a) having or that may have an immediate or long-term harmful effect on the environment;

    • (b) constituting or that may constitute a danger to the environment on which human or animal life depends; or

    • (c) constituting or that may constitute a danger in Canada to human or animal life or health.

  • SOR/86-392, s. 1;
  • SOR/88-473, s. 1(F);
  • SOR/89-165, s. 1;
  • SOR/90-73, s. 1;
  • SOR/90-730, s. 1(F);
  • SOR/92-448, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2;
  • SOR/94-683, s. 2;
  • SOR/95-52, s. 1;
  • SOR/97-6, s. 2;
  • SOR/97-151, s. 9;
  • SOR/97-292, s. 21;
  • SOR/2000-184, s. 47;
  • SOR/2006-147, s. 1;
  • SOR/2009-18, s. 1.

EXEMPTIONS

 The following feeds are exempt from the operation of the Act and these Regulations:

  • (a) a feed for export from Canada and so labelled;

  • (b) a feed for mink or foxes containing only uncooked tissues of animals, poultry or fish unless such feed contains any material in quantities prohibited by paragraph 19(1)(k);

  • (c) a feed, other than a novel feed, that is manufactured for experimental purposes at or for a governmental, academic or private research establishment and that is fed to livestock owned by or under the direct supervision of that establishment, if that establishment accepts responsibility for the safe disposal of all livestock products produced from the feed;

  • (c.1) a feed, other than a novel feed, that is imported into Canada by a governmental, academic or private research establishment for testing for experimental purposes, provided that the importer of the feed

    • (i) has submitted to the President of the Agency in writing, before the importation, information pertaining to the location of the test, a complete description of the ingredients in the feed to be tested, the total quantity of feed required to conduct the test and the quantity of each shipment, and the date and port of entry through which the feed is to be imported, and

    • (ii) has received the approval of the President of the Agency for the importation and accepts responsibility for the safe disposal of all livestock produced from the feed;

  • (d) a feed that contains a medicating ingredient manufactured pursuant to section C.08.005 of the Food and Drug Regulations for the purposes of conducting new drug clinical testing; and

  • (e) a complete feed that is

    • (i) packaged in containers containing not more than 5 kg net mass, and

    • (ii) intended for feeding to livestock not intended to be used for the production of food for human consumption.

  • (f[Repealed, SOR/97-6, s. 3]

  • SOR/88-470, s. 1;
  • SOR/92-585, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2;
  • SOR/97-6, s. 3;
  • SOR/2000-184, s. 48.

DELETERIOUS SUBSTANCES

 The following substances are hereby prescribed as deleterious substances for the purposes of sections 3 and 4 of the Act:

  • (a) aldrin;

  • (b) carbaryl;

  • (c) carbathiin;

  • (d) D.D.T.;

  • (e) dieldrin;

  • (f) heptachlor;

  • (g) heptachlor epoxide;

  • (h) lindane;

  • (i) malathion;

  • (j) mercury compounds;

  • (k) methoxychlor; and

  • (l) toxaphene.

NOTIFICATION AND AUTHORIZATION OF THE RELEASE OF NOVEL FEEDS

  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall release a novel feed unless the person

    • (a) provides notification of the proposed release in writing to the Minister, accompanied by the information set out in section 4.2;

    • (b) provides an undertaking in writing to the Minister to take responsibility for and assume the costs of the safe disposal of the novel feed and all livestock products produced from the novel feed; and

    • (c) receives authorization from the Minister for the release pursuant to section 4.3.

  • (2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a feed that is registered or a feed that is exempt from registration.

  • (3) Where the accompanying information that is required to be provided to the Minister by paragraph (1)(a) in respect of the proposed release of a novel feed is the same as information that has already been provided to the Minister before the coming into force of this section and sections 4.2 to 4.4, or that is provided on or after the coming into force of this section and sections 4.2 to 4.4 in relation to another notification or authorization, the information is not required to be provided again.

  • SOR/97-6, s. 4.

INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), the accompanying information that is required to be provided by a person to the Minister pursuant to paragraph 4.1(1)(a) is the following:

    • (a) the name of the person or body responsible for the proposed release and the name of the person who will be in charge of carrying out the release;

    • (b) the purpose and objectives of the proposed release;

    • (c) the proposed starting date, time period and site of the release;

    • (d) the proposed release protocol, including

      • (i) any confinement measures intended to mitigate the establishment and spread, in the environment, of the novel feed and the interaction of the novel feed with the environment,

      • (ii) the monitoring plan and procedures to be followed both during and after the release,

      • (iii) the method to be used for the safe disposal of the novel feed and all livestock products produced from the novel feed, and

      • (iv) the contingency plan to be followed to minimize any adverse effect of an accidental release of the novel feed on the environment, including any adverse effect on human or animal health;

    • (e) in the case of a novel feed with a novel trait, the identification and characterization of the novel feed, including

      • (i) the identification and characterization of the novel trait expressed by the novel feed and, where the novel trait is introduced from another species, details of the host and donor organism and of the methods of incorporation of the novel trait into the novel feed, where applicable, and

      • (ii) the identification and characterization of the novel feed resulting from the introduction of the novel trait, including details relating to expression of the novel trait and the stability of the incorporation of the novel trait into the novel feed, and a comparison of the characteristics of the novel feed with those of the unmodified feed;

    • (f) all other information and test data in respect of the novel feed that are relevant to identifying risks to the environment, including risks to human or animal health, and that are in the person’s possession or to which the person ought reasonably to have access;

    • (g) other Canadian or foreign government agencies that have been provided with information in respect of the novel feed and the purpose for which the information was provided; and

    • (h) a description of the analytical methodologies followed in generating any submitted data, including quality control and quality assurance procedures.

  • (2) The information required by subparagraph (1)(e)(ii) or paragraph (1)(f) or (h) or any part of that information may be omitted if the Minister determines, on the basis of a written scientific rationale provided by the person referred to in subsection (1), that the information or part is not relevant or cannot practicably be obtained and is not required for the Minister’s decision under section 4.3, and notifies the person of that determination.

  • SOR/97-6, s. 4.

DECISION OF THE MINISTER

  •  (1) On receiving the notification provided pursuant to paragraph 4.1(1)(a), the Minister shall, after considering all relevant matters, including the information provided pursuant to that paragraph, and after evaluating the potential impact on and risk to the environment, including the potential impact on and risk to human and animal health, posed by the proposed release

    • (a) authorize the release where there is minimal risk to the environment, and may, where necessary in order to minimize the risk, impose conditions for the management of the risk; or

    • (b) refuse to authorize the release where the proposed release poses an unacceptable risk to the environment.

  • (2) In evaluating the risk to the environment for the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall

    • (a) consider such matters as

      • (i) the effects of the proposed release on the environment, and

      • (ii) the magnitude of the exposure to the environment of the novel feed involved in the proposed release; and

    • (b) assess whether the novel feed is toxic.

  • SOR/97-6, s. 4.

NEW INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS

  •  (1) Where, at any time after providing notification pursuant to paragraph 4.1(1)(a) or receiving authorization pursuant to paragraph 4.3(1)(a), a person becomes aware of any new information regarding risk to the environment, including risk to human or animal health, that could result from the release of the novel feed, the person shall immediately provide the new information to the Minister.

  • (2) Where the Minister, on the basis of the new information provided by a person pursuant to subsection (1), re-evaluates the potential impact on and risk to the environment, including the potential impact on and risk to human and animal health, posed by the release and determines that there is

    • (a) a risk that is less than was apparent at the time of the original notification or at the time of any subsequent provision of new information since the original notification, the Minister may

      • (i) where the release has already been authorized, maintain the existing conditions respecting the release,

      • (ii) change the conditions respecting the release, or

      • (iii) remove any of the conditions respecting the release;

    • (b) a risk that is greater than was apparent at the time of the original notification or at the time of any subsequent provision of new information since the original notification, the Minister may

      • (i) impose additional conditions respecting the release, or

      • (ii) change the conditions respecting the release; or

    • (c) an unacceptable risk, the Minister shall

      • (i) refuse to authorize the release, or

      • (ii) where the release has already been authorized, cancel the authorization and require the person to stop the release of the novel feed and take any appropriate action necessary to eliminate or minimize the risk.

  • (3) In re-evaluating the risk to the environment on the basis of new information for the purposes of subsection (2), the Minister shall consider the matters referred to in paragraph 4.3(2)(a) and make the assessment referred to in paragraph 4.3(2)(b).

  • SOR/97-6, s. 4.

REGISTRATION

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), all feeds shall be registered.

  • (2) The following feeds are not required to be registered:

    • (a) chop feeds;

    • (b) single ingredient feeds other than single ingredient feeds described or referred to in Part II of Schedule IV or Part II of Schedule V;

    • (c) any brand of feed medicating ingredient premix listed in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures;

    • (d) any complete feed, supplement or macro-premix manufactured in Canada that is designed to be fed to beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, swine, chickens, turkeys, horses, goats, ducks, geese, salmonid fish, mink or rabbits where

      • (i) the feed is not designed to replace whole milk in the ration of the livestock,

      • (ii) in the case of a complete feed, the nutrient level guaranteed for those nutrients listed in Table 4 of Schedule I is within the range of nutrient levels listed in that Table for that type of feed,

      • (iii) in the case of a feed whose sodium content is designed to limit or regulate the intake of that feed by beef cattle or sheep and whose sodium level exceeds the maximum listed in Table 4 of Schedule I, the directions for use indicated on the label include a statement to the effect that adequate water must be provided,

      • (iv) in the case of a supplement or macro-premix, the nutrient level guaranteed for those nutrients listed in Table 4 of Schedule I is such that when the supplement or macro-premix is used according to the directions for use it will not supply the complete feed with any nutrient at a level higher than the maximum listed in that Table for that nutrient but will supply the complete feed, in conjunction with the other ingredients, with a level of nutrient that meets or exceeds the minimum listed in that Table for that nutrient, and

      • (v) the manufacture and sale of the feed is in compliance with sections 14 and 15;

      • (vi) [Repealed, SOR/88-473, s. 2]

    • (e) any consultant formula feed manufactured in Canada if

      • (i) in the case of a complete feed, the nutrient level guaranteed for those nutrients listed in Table 4 of Schedule I is within the range of nutrient levels listed in that Table for that type of feed,

      • (ii) in the case of a feed whose sodium content is designed to limit or regulate the intake of that feed by beef cattle or sheep and whose sodium level exceeds the maximum listed in Table 4 of Schedule I, the directions for use indicated on the label include a statement to the effect that adequate water must be provided,

      • (iii) in the case of a supplement, macro-premix or micro-premix, the nutrient level guaranteed for those nutrients listed in Table 4 of Schedule I is such that when the supplement, macro-premix or micro-premix is used according to the directions for use it will not supply the complete feed with any nutrient at a level higher than the maximum listed in that Table for that nutrient but will supply the complete feed, in conjunction with that supplied by the other ingredients, with a level of nutrient that meets or exceeds the minimum listed in that Table for that nutrient, and

      • (iv) the manufacture and sale of such a feed is in compliance with sections 14 and 15,

      • (v) and (vi) [Repealed, SOR/88-473, s. 2]

    • (f) any customer formula feed manufactured in Canada if the manufacture and sale of the feed is in compliance with sections 14 and 15; and

    • (g) any veterinary prescription feed manufactured in Canada if

      • (i) the sale of such feed is authorized under section C.08.012 of the Food and Drug Regulations,

      • (ii) the amount of feed manufactured does not exceed the amount that would be normally consumed by the number of animals prescribed to receive the feed during the prescribed period of medication,

      • (iii) the veterinary prescription pursuant to which the feed is manufactured is signed by the veterinarian who issued it and the prescription contains the following information:

        • (A) the date on which the prescription is written,

        • (B) the name and address of the person for whom the feed is to be manufactured and by whom it is intended to be used,

        • (C) the name and level of inclusion in the feed of the medicating ingredient prescribed by the veterinarian,

        • (D) the type and amount of feed to be manufactured,

        • (E) the number, kind, class and age or weight of the livestock intended to be fed the feed,

        • (F) special manufacturing instructions including necessary mill clean-up warnings, if any,

        • (G) feeding instructions or directions for use of the feed including the period of medication during which the feed is to be fed to the livestock, and

        • (H) warning statements and caution statements, where applicable,

      • (iv) the veterinary prescription pursuant to which the feed is manufactured contains a statement, signed by the person for whom the prescription was issued, indicating that he has read and understands the feeding instructions or directions for use and the warning statements and caution statements set out on the prescription, except that no such statement is necessary in those cases where, for practical reasons, the veterinarian who issued the prescription issued it directly to the manufacturer of the feed and is satisfied that the person for whom the prescription was issued was adequately aware of the information set out on the prescription,

      • (v) a copy of the veterinary prescription is in the possession of the manufacturer of the feed prior to the delivery of the feed, and

      • (vi) [Repealed, SOR/97-292, s. 22]

      • (vii) the feed is labelled in accordance with subsection 26(7).

  • (3) A feed that is exempt from registration pursuant to paragraph (2)(a), (b), (d), (e), (f) or (g) shall conform to the standards prescribed in these Regulations for that feed and shall be packaged and labelled as prescribed in these Regulations.

  • SOR/88-473, s. 2, SOR/90-73, s. 2;
  • SOR/90-92, s. 1;
  • SOR/90-730, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2;
  • SOR/97-292, s. 22.
  •  (1) Every application to register a feed shall be made to the Director on Form I of Schedule III.

  • (2) Every application referred to in subsection (1) shall be accompanied by

    • (a) five copies of a proposed label to be used with the feed or, in the case of a feed that is being re-registered without any changes, five copies of the label used with the feed; and

    • (b[Repealed, SOR/96-422, s. 1]

    • (c) where copies of a proposed label accompany the application, an undertaking by the applicant to submit five copies of the actual label or a facsimile thereof to the Director within three months from the date of registration.

  • (3) Each set of labels accompanying an application shall be identified by an attachment number and such attachment number shall be indicated on the application.

  • (4) [Repealed, SOR/86-392, s. 2]

  • SOR/86-392, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2;
  • SOR/96-422, s. 1;
  • SOR/2000-184, ss. 49, 54.

 Where an application to register a feed is made by an applicant who is not resident in Canada, the feed is not eligible for registration unless the application is signed by an agent of the applicant who is permanently resident in Canada and to whom any notice or correspondence under the Act may be sent and such agent gives an undertaking to the Director on Form II of Schedule III.

  • SOR/2000-184, s. 54.

SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE

  •  (1) In addition to the requirements set out in section 6, an applicant shall provide the Director with satisfactory evidence to permit an assessment or evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the feed in respect of livestock and its potential effect on humans and on the environment.

  • (2) The evidence referred to in subsection (1) shall, where appropriate, include the following information, descriptions and reports:

    • (a) the results of scientific investigations respecting

      • (i) the conditions and the prevalence of such conditions under which the feed would be efficacious for its intended purposes,

      • (ii) the safety of the feed in respect of the species of livestock for which it is intended and in respect of other species of livestock and humans who may be exposed to it,

      • (iii) suitable methodology for the detection of significant amounts of any ingredient, compound, substance or organism that is intentionally incorporated into the feed or that occurs as a contaminant of the feed,

      • (iv) harmful residues, if any,

      • (v) significant changes in the chemical or physical composition of livestock products produced when the feed is used, and

      • (vi) the stability of the feed under practical conditions of storage;

    • (b) a description of production methods including

      • (i) information with respect to actual formulas to be used in the manufacture of the feed,

      • (ii) information with respect to the type and capacity of the equipment to be used in the manufacture of the feed, and

      • (iii) information with respect to quality control procedures to assure uniformity of the mix and the lack of contamination of subsequent lots of feed manufactured in the same place; and

    • (c) reports of analysis for any specified nutrient or medicating ingredient that is required to be guaranteed in the feed conducted on at least three samples, each drawn from a different one-third of a single mix or batch of the feed.

  • (3) Where any investigation has been performed for the purpose of providing the evidence referred to in subsection (1), the applicant shall establish that

    • (a) the investigation was conducted or supervised by qualified research personnel;

    • (b) the investigation was designed to facilitate statistical analysis and the results of the investigation were analysed by appropriate statistical methods; and

    • (c) the investigation was conducted under conditions similar to those that may be expected to occur in Canada.

  • SOR/90-73, s. 3.

REGISTRATION AND RENEWAL OF REGISTRATIONS

  •  (1) Where an application for registration of a feed is assessed or evaluated and the feed is found to meet the requirements of the Act and these Regulations, a registration number shall be assigned to that feed and a feed registration certificate shall be issued to the applicant.

  • (2) A feed registration certificate may be issued in respect of one or more feeds.

  • (3) A registrant may surrender a feed registration certificate by submitting to the Director Form III of Schedule III, duly completed, that the registrant shall be provided with by the Director and that shall contain a list of the feeds for which the registrant has a registration certificate.

  • (4) Every feed registration certificate with an expiry date of March 31, 1986 shall, notwithstanding the expiry date, continue in effect on the same terms and conditions as a certificate referred to in subsection (3).

  • (5) Where all requirements for the registration of a feed, except those pertaining to efficacy, are met, the Director may, if the Director is satisfied that no safety hazard is likely to arise for livestock and that potential benefits for livestock may be derived from the registration of the feed, issue a temporary registration certificate for a limited period during which tests to determine the efficacy of the feed will be carried out.

  • (6) Every feed registration certificate shall expire

    • (a) on September 30, 1996, if issued before January 1, 1985;

    • (b) on March 31, 1997, if issued during the period beginning on January 1, 1985 and ending on December 31, 1986;

    • (c) on March 31, 1998, if issued during the period beginning on January 1, 1987 and ending on March 31, 1996;

    • (d) on March 31 of the third year that follows the year of registration or the year of the latest renewal, as the case may be, if issued after March 31, 1996;

    • (e) on the date the Director receives from the registrant Form III of Schedule III indicating that the registrant agrees to surrender the feed registration certificate; or

    • (f) on the date the certificate of registration is cancelled by the Minister in accordance with section 12.

  • (7) Any application to renew or amend a registration shall be made to the Minister in the same manner as an application for registration, and is considered to be an application for registration for the purposes of these Regulations.

  • SOR/86-392, s. 3;
  • SOR/89-165, s. 2;
  • SOR/96-422, s. 2.

 Where a feed that is required to be registered is to be marketed in more than one physical form, one application for registration of that feed may be made, one registration fee paid and one registration number assigned to it.

REFUSAL TO REGISTER AND CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION

 The Director shall refuse to register a feed if, after an assessment or evaluation of the application for registration, there are reasonable grounds to believe that

  • (a) its brand or name would tend to deceive or mislead a purchaser with respect to its composition or usefulness;

  • (b) its brand would likely be confused with a brand already applied to a registered feed;

  • (c) it is deleterious or injurious to livestock or humans when used according to directions;

  • (d) it is unsuited for the purpose for which it is to be sold or represented;

  • (e) it does not meet the standards prescribed by these Regulations for that feed;

  • (e.1) it does not conform to the requirements of the Health of Animals Act, or any regulations made under that Act, respecting animal by-products, animal food or animal products; or

  • (f) the labelling information or guarantees do not fully describe the usefulness of the feed.

  • SOR/90-73, s. 4;
  • SOR/2006-147, s. 2;
  • SOR/2009-220, s. 1(F).
  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), the Minister shall cancel a certificate of registration in respect of any feed if there are reasonable grounds to believe that, with respect to that feed, there has been a contravention of the Act, these Regulations, the Health of Animals Act or any regulations made under that Act.

  • (2) A certificate of registration shall be cancelled only if the Minister has sent a notice to the registrant by registered mail that

    • (a) identifies the provision of the Act or these Regulations that has not been complied with;

    • (b) sets out a time limit for the registrant to comply with those provisions in order to avoid the proposed cancellation; and

    • (c) specifies that the registration will be cancelled unless the registrant, within 30 days after the date of mailing the notice, notifies the Minister, in writing, that the registrant wishes to have an opportunity to be heard respecting the proposed cancellation.

  • (3) Within 30 days after the date of receipt of the written notification referred to in paragraph (2)(c), the Minister shall notify the registrant by registered mail of the time and place of the hearing to determine whether the certificate of registration will be cancelled.

  • (4) The Minister shall cancel the certificate of registration where

    • (a) the registrant has failed to notify the Minister pursuant to paragraph (2)(c);

    • (b) the registrant has failed to comply with, or has failed to bring the feed for which the certificate of registration was issued into compliance with, the provisions of the Act or these Regulations referred to in paragraph 2(a) within the period specified in the notice or continues, after that period has expired, to contravene or fail to comply with those provisions; and

    • (c) a notice of cancellation of registration has been sent by registered mail to the registrant.

  • SOR/89-165, s. 3;
  • SOR/94-683, s. 2;
  • SOR/97-151, s. 10(F);
  • SOR/2006-147, s. 3.

 Where the Director refuses to register a feed pursuant to section 11, the Director shall notify the applicant by mail of the refusal and the reasons therefor.

  • SOR/94-683, s. 2.

STANDARDS AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

 A mixed feed shall not contain

  • (a) ingredients other than those listed in Schedule IV or V;

  • (b) medicating ingredients of a brand, at a level or for a purpose or species other than as set out in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures unless the feed is a veterinary prescription feed.

  • (c[Repealed, SOR/88-473, s. 3]

  • SOR/88-473, s. 3;
  • SOR/90-73, s. 5.
  •  (1) Every person who manufactures or sells a customer formula feed, a consultant formula feed, a feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d) or a veterinary prescription feed shall keep a copy of each mixing formula used in the manufacture of that feed and retain it

    • (a) in the case of a customer formula feed, a consultant formula feed or a feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d), for a period of six months from the last date of manufacture of that feed; or

    • (b) in the case of a veterinary prescription feed, for a period of one year from the last date of manufacture of that feed.

  • (2) Every consultant formula feed and feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d) shall be

    • (a) labelled in accordance with sections 26 to 33; and

    • (b) packaged in accordance with section 34.

  • (3) Every customer formula feed shall be

    • (a) manufactured in accordance with a signed customer formula; and

    • (b) labelled in accordance with section 26.

  • (4) Every manufacturer of a customer formula feed or a veterinary prescription feed shall keep a copy of the customer formula or the veterinary prescription under which the feed is manufactured in the manufacturer’s possession during the manufacture of that feed and shall keep that copy, together with a list of each date on which the feed was manufactured,

    • (a) in the case of a customer formula feed, for a period of at least six months from the last date of manufacture of that feed; or

    • (b) in the case of a veterinary prescription feed, for a period of at least one year from the last date of manufacture of that feed.

  • SOR/97-292, s. 23.

 No significant change shall be made by a registrant to a feed registered under these Regulations unless an application for registration of the feed with the significant change is assessed or evaluated by the Director and the feed is found to comply with these Regulations.

  • SOR/86-392, s. 4.

 Every feed registered under these Regulations that contains a pest control product as defined in the Pest Control Products Act is deemed to be registered under the Pest Control Products Act.

  •  (1) A converter feed is not eligible for registration unless the mixing directions in respect of the feed specify

    • (a) that it must be further mixed prior to feeding;

    • (b) the name of the feed being converted and the name of the resulting feed; and

    • (c) the materials and the amount of the feed with which it is to be mixed to make a complete feed.

  • (2) A micro-premix is not eligible for registration unless its mixing directions specify

    • (a) that it must be further mixed prior to feeding;

    • (b) in the case of a micro-premix that does not contain any medicating ingredient and is to be used for mixing with other feed ingredients, that its use be limited to a rate of not less than 5 kg per tonne to make another feed unless labelled with the following statement, namely, “For use only by feed manufacturers who are feed registrants under the Feeds Act.” or “À l’usage exclusif des fabricants d’aliments du bétail titulaires d’un certificat d’enregistrement en vertu de la Loi relative aux aliments du bétail.”.

    • (c) in the case of micro-premix that contains any medicating ingredient and is to be used for mixing with other feed ingredients, that its use be limited to a rate of not less than 10 kg per tonne to make another feed; and

    • (d) in the case of a micro-premix that is to be used for mixing with water, that its use be limited to the mixing of the micro-premix in a sufficient proportion to supply, in the daily water requirement, at least the minimum daily requirement of the guaranteed nutrient.

  • (3) No converter feed, macro-premix or micro-premix shall be labelled with instructions that indicate that the feed can be used for free choice feeding or as a top-dressing on other parts of a diet.

  • (4) No mineral feed shall contain an ingredient that functions to supply a nutritionally significant amount of carbohydrates.

  • (5) A trace mineral salt feed is not eligible for registration if it contains ingredients incorporated to supply macro-minerals.

  • SOR/90-73, s. 6;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2.
  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a feed shall not contain

    • (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

        • (A) 0.004 per cent (40 mg/kg) for horses and rabbits,

        • (B) 0.005 per cent (50 mg/kg) for cattle and sheep,

        • (C) 0.015 per cent (150 mg/kg) for swine and turkeys, and

        • (D) 0.020 per cent (200 mg/kg) for chickens;

    • (c) must, mould or damage from heat or any other cause that would

      • (i) render it unfit for feed, or

      • (ii) make it unsafe for feeding in proportions commonly used;

    • (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;

    • (d.1) proteins in any form derived in Canada

      • (i) except in accordance with a permit issued under section 160 of the Health of Animals Regulations for the purpose of section 6.4 of those Regulations, from specified risk material, or

      • (ii) from the carcasses of any ruminants, other than cattle, that died or were condemned before they otherwise would have been slaughtered for human consumption as food;

    • (d.2) proteins in any form derived from the carcass of an animal other than

      • (i) a fish, or

      • (ii) a food animal, as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Meat Inspection Regulations, 1990, that was slaughtered for human consumption as food or was raised for slaughter for human consumption as food;

    • (d.3) a fat that is or may contain a fat derived from a ruminant and containing more than 0.15% insoluble impurities;

    • (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);
  • SOR/2006-147, s. 4.

 Every feed shall have the uniformity of mix, the chemical composition and the physical composition necessary for it to be efficacious for the purpose for which it is manufactured, sold or represented.

  •  (1) Chopped, crushed or ground grain sold as a feed or as an ingredient or constituent of a feed shall meet the minimum standards of quality allowed under the Canada Grain Act and Canada Grain Regulations for the lowest Class I (Statutory) or Class II (Special Grades) grade of that kind of grain, except that, when a numerical grade is claimed for such grain, the grain shall meet the standards of quality of that grade under the Canada Grain Act or Canada Grain Regulations.

  • (2) Where oats wild-oats-cereals grain (Mixed Feed Oats), commercial grades of grain or off-grades of grain are ground, crushed or chopped, they shall be labelled in a manner satisfactory to describe their quality, using the terminology applied to such kind and quality of grain under the Canada Grain Act if such terminology is consistent with feed terminology and these Regulations.

  •  (1) Every mixed feed that is sold or imported under a name set out in Column I of Table 3 of Schedule I shall conform to any definition of that feed in section 2 and to the standards prescribed in these Regulations for that feed and shall be packaged and labelled as prescribed in these Regulations.

  • (2) Every single ingredient feed sold or imported under a name set out in italics in an item of Schedule IV shall conform to the description of that feed set out in that item and to the standards prescribed in these Regulations for that feed and shall be packaged and labelled as prescribed in these Regulations.

 [Repealed, SOR/90-73, s. 8]

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the guaranteed analysis required by these Regulations for the purposes of the labelling of a feed shall include the appropriate particulars set out in Column II of an item of Table 3 of Schedule I for the feed described in Column I of that item.

  • (2) Where a feed is in an individual feeding form, the guaranteed analysis referred to in subsection (1) may include a statement of the amount per individual feeding form of each nutrient set out in column II of an item of Table 3 of Schedule I for the feed set out in column I of that item.

  • (3) The guaranteed analysis required by these Regulations for the purposes of the registration or labelling of a single ingredient feed shall include the appropriate particulars set out in Schedule IV.

  • SOR/90-73, s. 9;
  • SOR/95-548, s. 3.

TOLERANCES

  •  (1) The tolerances set out in Column III of an item of Table 1 of Schedule I shall be applied to the analysts’ results for the purpose of determining the accuracy of the nutrient guarantees for the nutrients set out in Column I of that item.

  • (2) The tolerances set out in Column II of an item of Table 2 of Schedule I shall be applied to the analysts’ results for the purpose of determining the accuracy of the guarantee for a medicating ingredient of a feed.

LABELLING

  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (6), every feed that is manufactured, sold or imported shall have attached to it or to a package containing it or, if the feed is shipped in bulk, to or on the invoice, shipping bill or statement delivered to the purchaser with the shipment, a label containing the following information:

    • (a) in the case of a feed not required to be registered, the name and address of the person who manufactured the feed or caused it to be manufactured;

    • (b) in the case of a feed required to be registered, the name and address of the registrant;

    • (c) the name of the feed in accordance with section 32;

    • (d) the brand of the feed, if any;

    • (e) the registration number, where applicable;

    • (f) the net amount

      • (i) expressed as the number of units in a package, in the case of a package of feed containing individual feeding forms, or

      • (ii) expressed as the mass or volume in the package or shipment, in the case of any other package or bulk shipment of feed;

    • (g) an accurate statement of the guaranteed analysis in respect of the feed;

    • (h) subject to subsection 27(3), directions for use in sufficient detail to permit the safe and effective use of the feed for its intended purpose by users with no special knowledge of the purpose and use of the feed;

    • (i) if the feed is or contains prohibited material, as defined in subsection 162(1) of the Health of Animals Regulations, the following statement written legibly, indelibly and conspicuously:

      “Feeding this product to cattle, sheep, deer or other ruminants is illegal and is subject to fines or other punishment under the Health of Animals Act./Il est interdit d’en nourrir les bœufs, moutons, cerfs et autres ruminants et des amendes ou autres peines sont prévues à cet égard par la Loi sur la santé des animaux.”;

    • (j) in the case of a feed that is required to comply with the guarantees set out in item 7 of Table 3 of Schedule I, the name of each ingredient in the feed;

    • (j.1) in the case of a feed, other than a feed referred to in paragraph (j), the name of each ingredient in the feed or the statement “A list of the ingredients used in this feed may be obtained from the manufacturer or registrant./La liste des ingrédients de cet aliment peut être obtenue du fabricant ou du titulaire de l’enregistrement.”;

    • (k) if the feed contains a medicating ingredient and is in a form other than a mash, the particular form of the feed;

    • (l) an identification code, in the case of a micro-premix feed or a feed designed to replace whole milk in the ration of the livestock;

    • (m) if the feed is a medicated feed, other than a veterinary prescription feed,

      • (i) the name and actual amount of the medicating ingredient present in the feed, in accordance with the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures, in direct association with the feed name,

      • (ii) the claim or claims applicable to the kind of medicating ingredient present in the feed, the level of medicating ingredient present in the feed and the type of livestock for which the feed is intended, as set out in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures,

      • (iii) every caution statement in respect of the medicating ingredient present in the feed that is set out in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures under or next to the heading, in bold print, “Caution” or “Précaution”, and

      • (iv) every warning statement in respect of the medicating ingredient present in the feed that is set out in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures under or next to the heading, in bold print, “Warning” or “Mise en garde”;

    • (n[Repealed, SOR/93-157, s. 1]

    • (o) in the case of a consultant formula feed, the name and address of the specific purchaser for whom the feed was manufactured; and

    • (p) any other information, notes, caution statements or warning statements necessary to convey useful information to the purchaser of the feed.

  • (2) For the purposes of subparagraph (1)(m)(iii), the caution statements required to be shown on a label shall be preceded by the word “Caution” or “Précaution” in bold print and each caution statement shall be clearly separated from any other caution statement and any other information shown on the label.

  • (3) For the purposes of subparagraph (1)(m)(iv), the warning statements required to be shown on a label shall be preceded by the words “Warning” or “Mise en garde”, in bold print, and each warning statement shall be clearly separated from any other warning statement and any other information shown on the label.

  • (4) Subsection (1) does not apply to a customer formula feed that does not contain a medicating ingredient but such customer formula feed shall

    • (a) when in packages, have on at least one package in each lot a label showing the name of the supplier of the formula, the name of the feed in accordance with section 32, the net mass of individual packages of the feed and the number of packages in the lot; and

    • (b) when in bulk, have on the shipping bill or statement acompanying the shipment, the name and address of the supplier of the formula, the name of the feed in accordance with section 32 and the net mass of the feed in the shipment.

  • (5) A customer formula feed that contains a medicating ingredient shall have on each package, on the shipping bill or on a statement accompanying the shipment

    • (a) the name and address of the supplier of the feed; and

    • (b) all the information required by subsection (1), other than the information contained in paragraphs (1)(g), (i) and (j).

  • (6) Subsection (1) does not apply to a customer formula feed if the feed is manufactured by a livestock feeder and is used for feeding to his own livestock.

  • (7) In addition to the labelling requirements prescribed in subsection (1), a veterinary prescription feed shall have on each package or, if the feed is shipped in bulk, on the shipping bill, or on a statement accompanying the shipment

    • (a) the name and address of the manufacturer;

    • (b) the name of the person for whom the feed was manufactured;

    • (c) the name of the veterinarian who issued the veterinary prescription;

    • (d) the name of the feed including the name and amount of the medicating ingredient present in the feed;

    • (e) the directions for use including the duration of feeding, as indicated on the veterinary prescription;

    • (f) any caution statement or warning statement indicated on the veterinary prescription and in the format indicated in subsections (2) and (3); and

    • (g) the net mass of the feed.

  • (8) In addition to the labelling requirements prescribed in subsection (1), a single ingredient feed shall be labelled in accordance with the labelling requirements set out for that feed in Schedule IV.

  • (9) Where any reference, direct or indirect, is made on a label or container to the place of manufacture of the label or container and not to the place of manufacture of the feed, the reference shall be accompanied by an additional statement indicating that the place of manufacture refers only to the label or container.

  • (10) Where a feed that is manufactured or produced and labelled in a country other than Canada has applied to it a label that shows the identity and principal place of business of the person in Canada for whom the feed was manufactured or produced for resale, the identity and principal place of business of that person shall be preceded by the words “imported by” or “importé par” or by the words “imported for” or “importé pour”, unless the geographic origin of the product is stated on the label.

  • (11) No statement shall be made on the label of a feed indicating that such feed has been biologically tested unless

    • (a) the feed has been biologically tested using scientifically acceptable test methodology;

    • (b) the results of such tests support any claim contained in the statement or any claim implied by the statement; and

    • (c) evidence that such tests have been made and the results of such tests have been supplied to the Director for assessment or evaluation.

  • SOR/88-473, s. 4;
  • SOR/90-73, s. 10;
  • SOR/93-157, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2;
  • SOR/95-548, s. 3;
  • SOR/96-422, s. 3;
  • SOR/2000-184, s. 50;
  • SOR/2006-147, s. 5;
  • SOR/2009-220, s. 2.
  •  (1) Any information required to be shown on the label of a feed shall be printed conspicuously, legibly and indelibly in English or French or both languages.

  • (2) Subject to subsection (3) and unless otherwise authorized by the Director, any information that is required to be shown on a label shall appear on the main panel of the package label or, where the package contains less than 5 kg, on the surface of the package.

  • (3) Any directions for use required to be shown on a label may refer to an insert containing detailed directions for use if such an insert is enclosed within the package that bears the label.

  • SOR/2000-184, s. 51.

 A label shall not contain

  • (a) any variation in the character, size, colour or placing of the printing that obscures or emphasizes any part of the information required to be shown on that label unless such variation is to draw attention to the caution statements or warning statements required to be shown on the label;

  • (b) any incorrect or misleading information or mark;

  • (c) any claim for a mixed feed or any ingredient in the feed unless evidence has been assessed or evaluated and has been found to support the claim; or

  • (d) any claim for a single ingredient feed unless evidence has been assessed or evaluated and has been found to support the claim.

  • SOR/96-422, s. 4(F).

 [Repealed, SOR/95-548, s. 3]

 The label for a feed shall not show a guarantee for a nutrient that is not required to be guaranteed unless

  • (a) the amount of the nutrient guaranteed is such that, when used as directed, the complete diet including the feed will supply at least the minimum generally accepted requirements for that nutrient for the intended class of livestock; and

  • (b) the guarantee is approved in writing by the Director as conveying useful information to the feed purchaser.

NAMING FEEDS

 The name of a feed shall be appropriate for the intended use of the feed and shall not be misleading.

  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (6), every mixed feed designed for a unique species or class of livestock shall have as part of the name or in direct association with it the name of the species or class of livestock and the purpose for which it is intended.

  • (2) Micro-premixes, facilitating agents, feed preservatives and other feeds that are not designed for unique species or classes of livestock shall have as part of the name or in direct association with it a general nutritive classification such as “Vitamin A, D, E Premix” or “prémélange de vitamines A, D et E” or a general functional classification such as “Antioxidant” or “antioxydant” acceptable to the Director.

  • (3) Where the word “growing” or “croissance”, “laying” or “ponte”, “breeder” or “reproduction” or other similar word is used as part of the name of a feed and the feed is intended for chickens, the name is not required to have as part of its name the kind of livestock for which it is intended.

  • (4) Where the word “dairy” or “laitier” is used as part of the name of a feed and the feed is intended for lactating dairy cows, the name is not required to have as part of its name the kind of livestock for which it is intended.

  • (5) Where a feed is a premix or supplement formulated for a unique species but may be used for more than one purpose, the feed name shall indicate each purpose for which the feed is intended or the feed name shall include the word “Multipurpose” or the words “à usages multiples” and the directions for use of the feed shall indicate each purpose for which the feed is promoted or intended to be used.

  • (6) Where a feed is a mineral feed, the feed shall have as part of its name or in direct association with it the name of each kind of livestock for which it is intended.

  • (7) Where a feed is identical as to kind with another feed of the same manufacturer but is guaranteed to contain a different level of protein from the other feed, the brand of the feed shall be different from the brand of the other feed or the percentage of protein content of the feed shall form part of the name of the feed.

  • (8) Where a feed is a micro-premix or a macro-premix, the word “premix” or “prémélange” shall form part of the name of the feed and, where a feed is a supplement, the word “supplement” or “supplément” shall form part of the name of the feed.

UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS SHOWN ON LABELS

  •  (1) All units of measurement shown on a label of a feed shall be expressed in metric measure only in accordance with the Weights and Measures Act.

  • (2) to (4) [Repealed, SOR/95-246, s. 1]

  • SOR/90-73, s. 12(F);
  • SOR/95-246, s. 1.

PACKAGING

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2) every package of feed that contains from 5 kg to 50 kg of feed shall contain either 5 kg, 10 kg, 20 kg, 25 kg, 40 kg or 50 kg of such feed.

  • (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to

    • (a) packages of feed shipped to a manufacturer of feed if the feed is not to be resold in those packages;

    • (b) packages that contain a net quantity of 36 kg of crushed or crimped unhulled oats, brewers dried grains, oyster shell, clam shell or any feed material purported or commonly considered to be a source of calcium, calcium and grit, phosphorus or phosphorus and calcium;

    • (c) packages used by a retailer for containing feed to be sold in bulk;

    • (d) packages that contain a macro-premix or micro-premix; or

    • (e) packages of feed authorized by the Director to be of a size different from those referred to in subsection (1) in order to facilitate

      • (i) the availability of feed in cases of emergency,

      • (ii) the test marketing of a feed in such package sizes as the manufacturer customarily manufactures and sells,

      • (iii) unit sizing of a package in which the directions for use indicate that the entire contents of the package are to be used to serve as an individual dose or portion or to prepare a lot or batch of feed, or

      • (iv) the manufacture and sale of feeds for which industrial equipment is not readily available to package the product in sizes referred to in subsection (1).

  • (3) Subsections (1) and (2) shall cease to be in force on January 1, 1994.

  • SOR/93-157, s. 2.

 [Repealed, SOR/2000-184, s. 52]

SAMPLES FOR ANALYSIS

  •  (1) A sample of feed submitted by an inspector for analysis shall represent fairly the lot of feed from which the sample is taken and be of sufficient size to be satisfactory for analytical purposes.

  • (2) Where the feed to be analysed is in packages having a mass of more than 5 kg, approximately equal portions shall be taken from not less than five separate packages of the feed or, where the lot contains less than five packages, approximately equal portions shall be taken from each of the packages.

  • (3) Where the feed to be analysed is in bulk, approximately equal portions shall be taken from not less than five separate sections of the bulk.

  • (4) Where the feed to be analysed is in packages each having a mass of 5 kg or less, one unbroken package may constitute a sample.

  • (5) Where a portion of the feed that is to be analysed appears mouldy or otherwise damaged in a manner to affect its suitability for feeding purposes, separate samples may be taken of the undamaged portion and the damaged portion.

DETENTIONS

  •  (1) Any article seized pursuant to section 9 of the Act may be detained by an inspector at any place by attaching a detention tag to the article or to any part of it.

  • (2) Where an article is detained pursuant to subsection (1), an inspector shall deliver or mail a notice of detention to its owner or to the person in possession of it.

  • (3) No person shall alter or remove a detention tag or sell or move any detained article unless an inspector gives written authorization to the person to do so.

  • (4) Where an article is released from detention, an inspector shall deliver or mail a notice of release to its owner or to the person in possession of it.

  • (5) Any article forfeited under section 9 of the Act shall be disposed of in the following manner:

    • (a) in the case of a feed that is fit for consumption by livestock, it shall be

      • (i) sold and the proceeds deposited to the credit of the Receiver General, or

      • (ii) donated to a charitable institution;

    • (b) in the case of a feed that is not fit for consumption by livestock, it shall be disposed of in a safe manner; and

    • (c) in the case of an article other than a feed, it shall be sold and the proceeds deposited to the credit of the Receiver General.

  • SOR/92-585, s. 2;
  • SOR/94-683, s. 2.

SCHEDULE I

Table 1(s. 25)

Tolerances to be applied to the analysts’ results on nutrients in feed under subsection 25(1)

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemGuaranteed AmountPermitted tolerances not to exceed
1.Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Sulphur (S), and Salt (NaCl)(a) 1 per cent and underA deficiency or excess of 0.2 per cent of the feed
(b) Over 1 per centA deficiency or excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
2.Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Manganese (Mn), Iodine (I), Cobalt (Co)All amountsA deficiency or excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
3.Fluorine (F)All amountsAn excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
4.Phosphorus (P)(a) 5 per cent and underA deficiency or excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
(b) Over 5 per centA deficiency of 10 per cent or an excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
5.Iron (Fe)All amountsA deficiency of 20 per cent or an excess of 40 per cent of the guaranteed amount
6.Crude protein (mixed feed)(a) 24 per cent and underA deficiency of 1.0 per cent of the feed
(b) Over 24 per centA deficiency of 1.5 per cent of the feed
Crude protein (single ingredient feed)All amountsA deficiency of 0.8 per cent of the feed
7.Equivalent crude protein(a) 5 per cent and underAn excess of 1.0 per cent of the feed
(b) Over 5 per cent but up to and including 25 per centAn excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
(c) Over 25 per centAn excess of 5 per cent of the feed
8.Crude fatAll amountsA deficiency or excess of 0.5 per cent of the feed
9.Crude fibre(a) 5 per cent and underA deficiency or excess of 0.5 per cent of the feed
(b) Over 5 per cent and up to and including 15 per centA deficiency or excess of 10 per cent of the guaranteed amount
(c) Over 15 per centA deficiency or excess of 1.5 per cent of the feed
10.Vitamin A Vitamin EAll amountsA deficiency of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
11.Vitamin DAll amountsA deficiency of 25 per cent of the guaranteed amount
12.Sugar (invert)(a) 24 per cent and underA deficiency of 1.5 per cent of the feed
(b) Over 24 per centA deficiency of 2 per cent of the feed
13.Pepsin disgestible proteinAll amountsA deficiency of 10 per cent of the guaranteed amount

Table 2(s. 25)

Tolerances to be applied to the analysts’ results on medicating ingredients under subsection 25(2)

Column IColumn II
ItemPermitted tolerances not to exceed
1.Medicating ingredients except antibioticsA deficiency or excess of 20 per cent of the guaranteed amount
2.AntibioticsA deficiency or excess of 25 per cent of the guaranteed amount

Table 3(ss. 22, 24 and 26)

Feed Description and Requirement of Guarantee

Column IColumn II
ItemFeed ArticleParticulars of guarantee in accordance with section 24 (see note)
1.A complete feed, a feed designed to replace whole milk and a feed (excluding a chop feed) ground or crushed or in meal, cake, pellet, crumble or biscuit form not otherwise provided for, and to which the particulars specified are appropriate
  • (1) Minimum per cent of crude protein, which shall include the equivalent crude protein content.

  • (2) Maximum per cent of equivalent crude protein from non-protein sources of intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (3) Minimum per cent of crude fat.

  • (4) Maximum per cent of crude fibre.

  • (5) Maximum per cent and kind of grit if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (6) Actual per cent of the following: sodium (Na), calcium (Ca) or phosphorus (P).

  • (7) If the feed is for feeding to swine, the actual amount of zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (8) If the feed is for feeding to sheep, the actual amount of supplemental copper intentionally added to the feed, in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (9) The minimum number of International Units of vitamin A, vitamin D or vitamin E per kilogram of product.

  • (10) Actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of product of any growth promoting medication added to the feed for which no claim is permitted in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures.

  • (11) If the feed is designed to replace whole milk, the minimum per cent of protein from milk sources.

  • (12) If the feed is for feeding to rabbits, the minimum per cent of crude fibre.

2.A supplement or macro-premix
  • (1) Minimum per cent of crude protein, which shall include the equivalent crude protein content if crude protein is intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (2) Maximum per cent of equivalent crude protein from non-protein sources intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (3) Maximum per cent of crude fat, if in excess of seven per cent if the crude fat is intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (4) Minimum per cent of crude fat.

  • (5) Maximum per cent of crude fibre.

  • (6) Maximum per cent and kind of grit if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (7) Actual per cent of the following if any is intentionally or purportedly present: calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), sulfur (S), sodium (Na) or potassium (K). The actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of iodine (I), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), cobalt (Co) or added selenium (Se) if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (8) If the feed is for feeding to swine, the actual amount of zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (9) If the feed is for feeding to sheep, the actual amount of supplemental copper intentionally added to the feed, in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (10) If the feed is for feeding to cattle, sheep or horses the maximum amount in milligrams per kilogram of fluorine (F).

  • (11) The minimum number of International Units of vitamin A, vitamin D or vitamin E per kilogram of product if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (12) Actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of product of any growth promoting medication added to the feed for which no claim is permitted in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures.

3.A mineral feed (including tonic or conditioner)
  • (1) Actual per cent of the following if any is intentionally or purportedly present: calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), sulfur (S), sodium (Na) or potassium (K). The actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of iodine (I), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), cobalt (Co) or added Selenium (Se) intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (2) If the feed is for feeding to swine, the actual amount of zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (3) If the feed is for feeding to cattle, sheep or horses the maximum amount in milligrams per kilogram of fluorine (F).

  • (4) If the feed is for feeding to sheep, the actual amount of supplemental copper intentionally added to the feed, in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (5) In the case of a mineral feed containing vitamins, the minimum number of International Units of vitamin A, vitamin D or vitamin E per kilogram of product, the minimum number of micrograms of vitamin B12 and biotin per kilogram of product and the minimum number of milligrams of any other vitamins per kilogram of product, if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (6) Actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of product of any growth promoting medication added to the feed for which no claim is permitted in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures.

4.A micro-premix
  • (1) Actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of the following if any is intentionally or purportedly present: iodine (I), iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu) or added selenium (Se).

  • (2) If the feed is for feeding to swine, the actual amount of zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (3) If the feed is for feeding to sheep, the actual amount of supplemental copper intentionally added to the feed, in milligrams per kilogram.

  • (4) In the case of a micro-premix containing vitamins, the minimum number of International Units of vitamin A, vitamin D or vitamin E per kilogram of product, the minimum number of micrograms of vitamin B12 and biotin per kilogram of product and the minimum number of milligrams of any other vitamin per kilogram of product, if intentionally or purportedly present.

  • (5) Actual amount in milligrams per kilogram of product of any growth promoting medication added to the feed for which no claim is permitted in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures.

5.Salt (Sodium Chloride) to which has been added one or more of the following, namely, an iodine compound, an iron compound, a copper compound, a manganese compound, a zinc compound, a cobalt compound or a selenium compound.Minimum per cent of salt (NaCl) and the actual amount in milligrams per kilogram or any of the following that is intentionally or purportedly present: iodine (I), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), cobalt (Co) or selenium (Se).
6.Converter feedThe guarantees are those required for the feed being produced by the use of the converter feed.
7.A mixed feed not otherwise provided for in this TableGuarantees to describe the usefulness of the feed.
  • Note:Wherever in Column II a per cent is to be stated, “per cent” means per cent by mass of the article.

Table 4(Section 5)

Range of Nutrient Guarantees for Complete FeedsFootnote 1 for Use in the Exemption of Feeds from Registration

FEED INTENDED FORLIMITSCOBALT (mg/kg)COPPER (mg/kg)IODINE (mg/kg)IRON (mg/kg)MANGA- NESE  (mg/kg)SELEN- IUM  (mg/kg)ZINC  (mg/kg)CAL- CIUM (%)PHOS- PHORUS (%)MAGNE- SIUM  (%)SODIUM (%)POTAS- SIUM  (%)SULFUR (%)VITAMIN AVITAMIN C (IU/kg)VITAMIN DVITAMIN E (IU/kg)
CHICKENSMIN.NRS40.48055NRS65
  • 0.6  (G)
  • 0.7  (S)
  • 2.75 (B)
  • 3.25 (L)
  • 0.4  (G)
  • 0.5  (S,L,B)
0.060.150.2NRS
  • 1,500
  • IU/kg (O)
  • 4,000
  • IU/kg (L,B)
NRS
  • 200
  • ICU/kg (O)
  • 500
  • ICU/kg (L,B)
10
MAX.5125107505000.3 (added)500
  • 1.2  (O)
  • 6    (L,B)
  • 2.5  (PL)
  • 1.5  (L,B)
  • 1.2  (O)
0.30.82NRS
  • 20,000
  • IU/kg (O)
  • 40,000 IU/kg (L,B)
NRS
  • 5,000
  • ICU/kg
NRS
TURKEYSMIN.NRS60.46055NRS75
  • 0.8  (O)
  • 2.25 (B)
0.70.050.150.4NRS4,000 IU/kgNRS900 ICU/kg
  • 10 (O)
  • 25 (B)
MAX.5125107505000.3 (added)500
  • 2.5  (O)
  • 4    (B)
1.20.3
  • 0.8  (O)
  • 0.4  (PS)
2NRS40,000 IU/kgNRS5,000 ICU/kgNRS
SWINEMIN.NRS60.2
  • 40  (O)
  • 80  (B)
  • 150 (S)
10NRS100
  • 0.5  (O)
  • 0.75 (LT,B)
  • 0.8  (PS)
  • 0.5  (O)
  • 0.6  (PS)
0.04
  • 0.1  (O)
  • 0.15 (B)
  • 0.2  (LT)
0.2NRS
  • 1,300 IU/kg (G)
  • 2,000 IU/kg (O)
  • 4,000 IU/kg (B)
NRS
  • 125 IU/kg (F)
  • 200 IU/kg (O)
10
MAX.5125107502000.3 (added)500220.30.82NRS20,000 IU/kgNRS1,500 IU/kgNRS
DAIRY CATTLEMIN.0.110
  • 0.5  (LT)
  • 0.25 (O)
  • 100 (S)
  • 50  (O)
40NRS400.40.3
  • 0.2  (LT)
  • 0.16 (O)
  • 0.07 (S)
  • 0.1  (O)
  • 0.18 (LT)
0.80.1
  • 2,200 IU/kg (O)
  • 3,200 IU/kg (LT,B)
NRS300 IU/kgNRS
MAX.10100107503000.3 (added)5002.51.312.430.4200,000 IU/DayNRS33,000 IU/DayNRS
BEEF CATTLEMIN.0.140.11020NRS200.180.18
  • 0.04 (O)
  • 0.18 (LT,B)
0.060.60.1
  • 2,200 IU/kg (O)
  • 2,800 IU/kg (DC)
  • 3,900 IU/kg (LT,B)
NRS275 IU/kg15
MAX.1050107502000.3 (added)250210.51.2Footnote for

Range of Nutrient Guarantees for Complete FeedsFootnote 1 for Use in the Exemption of Feeds from Registration

2
30.4100,000 IU/DayNRS33,000 IU/DayNRS
SHEEPMIN.0.1NRS
  • 0.1  (O)
  • 0.8  (LT)
3020NRS350.210.160.040.040.50.1
  • 1,400 IU/kg (O)
  • 3,000 IU/kg (LT)
NRS
  • 150 IU/kg (O)
  • 300 IU/kg (LT,B)
10
MAX.108 (added)102502000.3 (added)15020.60.51.2Footnote for

Range of Nutrient Guarantees for Complete FeedsFootnote 1 for Use in the Exemption of Feeds from Registration

2
30.475,000 IU/DayNRS7,500 IU/DayNRS
HORSESMIN.0.190.15040NRS40
  • 0.8  (S)
  • 0.6  (G,B)
  • 0.4  (O)
  • 0.55 (S)
  • 0.45 (G,B)
  • 0.3  (O)
0.10.350.50.153,000 IU/kgNRS275 IU/kg15
MAX.101252.5500400NRS500220.31.23NRS40,000 IU/kgNRS5,000 IU/kgNRS
GOATSMIN.0.1100.25040NRS500.40.30.20.2
  • 0.8 (LT)
  • 0.5 (O)
0.163,000 IU/kgNRS500 IU/kg30
MAX.1040105002000.3 (added)250210.51.2NRSNRS40,000 IU/kgNRS3,000 IU/kgNRS
DUCKS and GEESEMIN.NRS90.410040NRS70
  • 0.8  (S)
  • 2.75 (BD)
  • 2.25 (BG)
  • 0.6  (O)
  • 0.65 (S)
  • 0.6  (O)
0.060.150.4NRS4,000 IU/kgNRS500 ICU/kg
  • 20 (B)
  • 10 (O)
MAX.5125107505000.3 (added)500
  • 4    (B)
  • 1.5  (O)
1.20.3
  • 0.4  (S)
  • 0.8  (O)
2NRS40,000 IU/kgNRS5,000 ICU/kgNRS
SALMONID FISHMIN.NRS555020NRS750.510.10.20.7NRS2,500 IU/kg1002,400 IU/kg30
MAX.NRS75205001500.130032.50.31.21.3NRS25,000 IU/kgNRS10,000 IU/kgNRS
MINKMIN.NRS4.50.260
  • 40  (O)
  • 44  (B)
NRS
  • 60 (O)
  • 66 (B)
  • 0.3  (O)
  • 0.4  (G,B)
  • 0.6  (LT)
  • 0.3  (O)
  • 0.4  (G,B)
  • 0.6  (LT)
0.040.2
  • 0.2 (O)
  • 0.3 (G,B)
NRS6,000 IU/kgNRS500 IU/kg25
MAX.NRS10020700NRSNRS50032.5NRS0.8NRSNRS60,000 IU/kgNRS25,000 IU/kgNRS
RABBITSMIN.0.1100.2
  • 50  (O)
  • 100 (LT)
10NRS
  • 50 (O)
  • 70 (LT,B)
  • 0.5  (O)
  • 1    (LT)
  • 0.3  (O)
  • 0.6  (LT,B)
0.250.20.6NRS3,000 IU/kgNRS400 IU/kg40
MAX.5125105002000.1 (added)500210.60.52NRS50,000 IU/kgNRS4,000 IU/kgNRS
  • NOTES

  • Return to footnote 1For dairy cattle, complete feed refers to the grain ration.

  • Return to footnote 2The maximum for sodium does not apply to feed intended for beef cattle and sheep that is designed to be used to limit or regulate feed intake. A statement to the effect that adequate water must be provided shall be part of the directions for use.

ABBREVIATIONS

“B:”

“B:” Breeding

“BD:”

“BD:” Breeding ducks

“BG:”

“BG:” Breeding geese

“DC:”

“DC:” Dry pregnant cows

“F:”

“F:” Swine 60-100 kg body weight

“G:”

“G:” Chickens 8-20 weeks of age

Turkeys 8 weeks to market

Swine 20-60 kg body weight

Weaned horses up to 12 months of age

Mink 4-12 weeks of age

“L:”

“L:” Layer chickens

“LT:”

“LT:” Lactating

“NRS:”

“NRS:” No requirement specified

“O:”

“O:” Others

“PL:”

“PL:” Prelayer chickens 17-20 weeks of age

“PS:”

“PS:” Turkeys 0-4 weeks of age

Swine 1-10 kg body weight

“S:”

“S:” Chickens 0-8 weeks of age

Calf, foal, duck and geese starter

Weanling swine up to 20 kg body weight

  • SOR/88-473, s. 5;
  • SOR/90-73, ss. 13 to 20;
  • SOR/90-92, s. 2;
  • SOR/90-730, s. 3;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2.

SCHEDULE II

Table 1(s. 19)

Injurious weeds under paragraph 19(1)(a):
1.
  • (1) Cow Cockle — Saponaria vaccaria L.

  • (2) Darnel — Lolium temulentum L.

  • (3) False Flax, flat-seeded — Camelina parodii Ibarra & La Porte

  • (4) False Flax, small-seed — Camelina microcarpa Andrz ex D.C.

  • (5) False Flax, western — Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz.

  • (6) Mustard, black — Brassica nigra (L.) Koch.

  • (7) Mustard, hare’s ear — Conringia orientalis (L.) Dumort.

  • (8) Mustard, Indian or oriental — Brassica juncea (L.) Czern & Coss

  • (9) Mustard, tumbling — Sisymbrium altissimum L.

  • (10) Mustard, wild — Sinapis arvensis L.

  • (11) Mustard, wormseed — Erysimum cheiranthoides L.

  • (12) Purple Cockle — Agrostemma githago L.

  • (13) Stinkweed — Thlaspi arvense L.

  • (14) Wild turnip — Brassica campestris L.

Table 2(s. 19)

Weeds under paragraph 19(1)(h):
1.
  • (1) Bedstraw (cleavers) — Galium aparine L.

  • (2) Bladder campion — Silene cucubalus Wibel.

  • (3) Blue weed — Echium vulgare L.

  • (4) Canada thistle — Cirsium arvense L. Scop.

  • (5) Chicory — Cichorium intybus L.

  • (6) Couch grass — Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv.

  • (7) Cow cockle — Saponaria vaccaria L.

  • (8) Darnel — Lolium spp. other than L. perenne L., and L. multiflorum Lam.

  • (9) Dock — (curled) Rumex crispus L. (broad-leaved) Rumex obtusifolius L.

  • (10) Dodder — Cuscuta spp.

  • (11) False flax, flat-seeded — Camelina parodii Ibarra & La Porte.

  • (12) False flax, small-seeded — Camelina microcarpa Andrz & D.C.

  • (13) False flax, western — Camelina sativa Crantz.

  • (14) Field bindweed — Convolvulus arvensis L.

  • (15) Field peppergrass — Lepidium campestre (L.) R. Br.

  • (16) Flixweed — Descurainia sophia (L.) Webb

  • (17) Halogeton — Halogeton glomeratus (M. Bieb) C.A. Meyers.

  • (18) Hoary alyssum — Berteroa incana (L.) D.C.

  • (19) Hoary cress — Cardaria species

  • (20) Horse nettle — Solanum carolinense L.

  • (21) Lambs quarters — Chenopodium spp.

  • (22) Leafy spurge — Euphorbia esula L.

  • (23) Mustard, ball — Neslia paniculata (L.) Desv.

  • (24) Mustard, black — Brassica nigra (L.) Koch.

  • (25) Mustard, dog — Erucastrum gallicum (Willd.) O.E. Schultz.

  • (26) Mustard, hare’s ear — Conringia orientalis (L.) Dumort.

  • (27) Mustard, Indian — Brassica juncea (L.) Cosson.

  • (28) Mustard, tansy — Descurainia sp. Schultz, and Descurainia pinnata (Walt) Britt.

  • (29) Mustard, tall hedge — Sisymbrium loeselii L.

  • (30) Mustard, tumble — Sisymbrium altissimum L.

  • (31) Mustard, wild — Sinapis arvensis L.

  • (32) Mustard, wormseed — Erysimum cheiranthoides L.

  • (33) Night-flowering catchfly — Silene noctiflora L.

  • (34) Ox-eye daisy — Chrysanthemum leucanthemum L.

  • (35) Perennial sow thistle — Sonchus arvensis L.

  • (36) Purple cockle — Agrostemma githago L.

  • (37) Ragweed, common — Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.

  • (38) Ragweed, giant — Ambrosia trifida L.

  • (39) Redroot pigweed — Amaranthus retroflexus L.

  • (40) Ribgrass — Plantago lanceolata L.

  • (41) Russian knapweed — Centaurea repens L.

  • (42) Russian pigweed — Axyris amaranthoides L.

  • (43) Russian thistle — Salsola pestifer A. Nels

  • (44) Stickseed — Lappula echinata Gilib.

  • (45) Stinkweed — Thlaspi arvense L.

  • (46) Ragwort, tansy — Senecio jacobaea L.

  • (47) Toad flax — Linaria vulgaris Mill.

  • (48) White cockle — Silene alba (Miller) E.H.L. Krause

  • (49) Wild carrot — Daucus carota L.

  • (50) Wild radish — Raphanus raphanistrum L.

  • (51) Winter cress or yellow rocket — Barbarea spp.

  • (52) Wild turnip — Brassica campestris L.

  • SOR/90-73, s. 21(F), s. 22.

SCHEDULE III/ANNEXE III(Sections 6 and 7/articles 6 et 7)

FORM I/FORMULE I

Form I – Application for Feed Registration or Renewal form

FORM II/FORMULE II

Form II – Declaration of Resident Canadian Agent or Representative form

Form III/Formule IIIREGISTRATION SUMMARY/SOMMAIRE DES ENREGISTREMENTSAgriculture Canada

Pursuant to subsection 9(3) of the Feeds Regulations, 1983,En vertu du paragraphe 9(3) du Règlement de 1983 sur les aliments du bétail,

(Name of Registrant/Nom du titulaire de l’enregistrement)

hereby certifies that the feeds listed below in respect of which the initials of our authorized representative have been affixed are no longer manufactured, or sold in or imported into Canada and that the certificate of registration is hereby surrendered.certifie que les aliments énumérés ci-dessous, pour lesquels notre représentant autorisé a apposé ses initiales, ne sont plus fabriqués, importés ou vendus au Canada et renonce en conséquence au certificat d’enregistrement délivré à leur égard.

Date

(Signature of Authorized Representative/Signature du représentant autorisé)

(Head Office Address/Adresse du siège social)

Registration No./No d’enregistrementBrand and Name of Feed/Marque et nom de l’alimentInitials/Initiales
Cancel/Annuler
  • SOR/86-392, s. 5;
  • SOR/89-165, s. 4;
  • SOR/90-73, s. 23;
  • SOR/97-151, s. 11;
  • SOR/97-292, s. 24.

SCHEDULE IV(Section 2, subsection 5(2), section 14 and subsections 22(2), 24(3) and 26(8))

PART I

Class 1. Dry Forages and Roughages

  • 1.1 
    Alfalfa-grass hay sun-cured ground (or Alfalfa-grass meal) (IFN 1-29-774) consists of the aerial part of a mixture of alfalfa and grass plants (predominantly alfalfa) that has been sun-cured and finely ground. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture, minimum alfalfa and minimum grass.
  • 1.2 
    Alfalfa hay sun-cured ground (or Sun-cured alfalfa meal) (IFN 1-00-111) consists of the aerial part of the alfalfa plant, reasonably free of other crop plants, weeds and mold, that has been sun-cured and finely ground. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.3 
    Alfalfa leaves meal dehydrated (or Alfalfa leaf meal) (IFN 1-00-137) consists of leaves of alfalfa separated from the alfalfa plant that have been dried by thermal means and finely ground. It shall be reasonably free of other crop plants and weeds. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.4 
    Alfalfa meal dehydrated (IFN 1-00-025) consists of the aerial part of the alfalfa plant, reasonably free of other crop plants, weeds and mold, that has been finely ground and dried by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.5 
    Alfalfa stems sun-cured ground (or Alfalfa stem meal (IFN 1-00-165) consists of the finely ground sun-cured aerial part of the alfalfa plant from which the leaves have been removed. It shall be reasonably free of other crop plants and weeds. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.6 
    Grass-alfalfa hay sun-cured ground (or Grass-alfalfa meal) (IFN 1-29-775) consists of the aerial part of a mixture of grass and alfalfa plants (predominantly grass) that has been sun-cured and finely ground. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture, minimum alfalfa and minimum grass.
  • 1.7 
    Cellulose powdered (or Cellulose) (IFN 1-15-514) is the purified, mechanically disintegrated polysaccharide consisting of glucose in a beta (1-4) linkage prepared by processing alpha cellulose obtained as a pulp from fibrous plant materials.
  • 1.8 
    Cereals grass meal dehydrated (or Dehydrated cereal grass) (IFN 1-16-289) consists of the aerial part of a cereal grass, reasonably free of other crop plants, weeds and mold, that has been finely ground and dried by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.9 
    Maize cobs, dehydrated, fine ground (or Corn cobs, dehydrated, fine ground or Fine grind maize cob meal or Fine grind corn cob meal) (IFN 1-02-781) consists of the entire corn cob that has been finely ground and dried by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.10 
    Maize, cob fractions, screened (or Corn, cob fractions, screened or Maize cob fractions or Corn cob fractions) (IFN 1-02-779) consists of the hard woody, ring or beeswing fractions obtained by screening ground corn cobs. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.11 
    Oats hulls (IFN 1-03-281) consists of the outer coverings of threshed oats and any by-product obtained in the milling of table cereals or in the groating of oats, from clean oats and containing more than 22 percent crude fibre. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.12 
    Oats groats by-product less than 22 percent fibre (or Oat feed or Oat mill by-product) (IFN 1-03-332) consists of the by-product obtained in the manufacture of oat groats, consisting of oat hulls and particles of the groat and containing not more than 22 percent crude fibre. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.13 
    Peanut pods (or Peanut hulls) (IFN 1-08-028) consists of the outer hull or the peanut shell. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.14 
    Peanut seed coats (or Peanut skins) (IFN 1-03-631) consists of the outer covering of the peanut kernel, exclusive of hulls, as obtained in ordinary commercial processing. The product may contain broken peanut kernels. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.15 
    Rice hulls (IFN 1-08-075) consists of the outer covering of the rice seed. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.16 
    Soybean seed coats (or Soybean hulls) (IFN 1-04-560) consists of the outer covering of the soybean seed. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 1.17 
    Sunflower hulls (IFN 1-04-720) consists of the outer covering of the sunflower seed. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

Class 2. Pasture, Range Plants and Forages Fed Green

No entries

Class 3. Silages

No entries

Class 4. Energy Feeds

  • 4.1 
    Cereal Grains
    • 4.1.1 
      Barley-cereals grain (or Barley mixed grain) (IFN 4-29-789) consists of mixtures of grain traded on a sample basis. Barley is the predominant grain.
    • 4.1.2 
      Barley grain (IFN 4-00-549) consists of the entire seed of the barley plant.
    • 4.1.3 
      Maize-cereals grains (or Corn-cereals grains or Cereals mixed grains) (IFN 4-29-790) consists of mixtures of grain traded on a sample basis. Corn is the predominant grain.
    • 4.1.4 
      Maize dent white grain (or Corn dent white grain) (IFN 4-02-928) consists of the whole white corn kernel.
    • 4.1.5 
      Maize dent yellow grain (or Corn dent yellow grain) (IFN 4-02-935) consists of the whole yellow corn kernel.
    • 4.1.6 
      Maize grain (or Corn grain) (IFN 4-02-879) consists of the whole corn kernel.
    • 4.1.7 
      Maize opaque 2 grain (high lysine) (or Corn opaque 2 grain (high lysine)) (IFN 4-11-445) consists of the whole opaque 2 corn kernel (high lysine).
    • 4.1.8 
      Oats-cereals grain (IFN 4-29-791) consists of mixtures of grain traded on a sample basis. Oats is the predominant grain.
    • 4.1.9 
      Oats grain (IFN 4-03-309) consists of the whole seed of the oat plant.
    • 4.1.10 
      Oats wild-oats-cereals grain (or Mixed feed oats) (IFN 4-06-175) means mixed feed oats referred to in the Off Grades of Grain and Grades of Screenings Order.
    • 4.1.11 
      Rice grain (IFN 4-03-939) consists of the whole seed from the rice plant.
    • 4.1.12 
      Rye-cereals grain (or Rye mixed grain) (IFN 4-29-792) consists of mixtures of grain traded on a sample basis. Rye is the predominant grain.
    • 4.1.13 
      Rye grain (IFN 4-04-047) consists of the whole seed of the rye plant.
    • 4.1.14 
      Sorghum grain (IFN 4-04-383) consists of the whole seed of the grain variety of the sorghum plant.
    • 4.1.15 
      Sorghum milo grain (IFN 4-04-444) consists of the whole seeds of the sorghum plant of the variety milo.
    • 4.1.16 
      Wheat-cereals grain (IFN 4-29-793) consists of mixtures of grain traded on a sample basis. Wheat is the predominant grain.
    • 4.1.17 
      Wheat grain (IFN 4-05-211) consists of the whole seed of the wheat plant.
  • 4.2 
    Milling By-Products
    • 4.2.1 
      Barley mill run (or Barley mixed feed or Barley mill by-product) (IFN 4-00-523) consists of the entire offal from the milling of barley flour from clean barley and is composed of barley hulls and barley middlings.
    • 4.2.2 
      Barley pearl by-product (or Barley feed) (IFN 4-00-548) consists of the entire by-product resulting from the manufacture of pearl barley from clean barley.
    • 4.2.3 
      Maize bran (or Corn bran) (IFN 4-02-841) consists of the outer coating of the corn kernel with little or none of the starchy part or germ.
    • 4.2.4 
      Maize ears ground (or Corn ears ground or Maize and cob meal or Corn and cob meal) (IFN 4-02-849) consists of the entire ground ear of corn, including the kernels, without husks, with no greater proportion of cob than occurs naturally in the ear.
    • 4.2.5 
      Maize flour (or Corn flour) (IFN 4-08-024) consists of the fine sized hard flinty portions of ground corn containing little or none of the bran or germ.
    • 4.2.6 
      Maize grain fines (or Corn grain fines or Maize feed meal or Corn feed meal) (IFN 4-02-880) consists of the fine siftings obtained from screened cracked corn, with or without its aspiration products added.
    • 4.2.7 
      Maize grits (or Corn grits or Hominy grits) (IFN 4-02-886) consists of the medium sized hard flinty portions of ground corn containing little or none of the bran or germs.
    • 4.2.8 
      Maize grits by-product (or Corn grits by-product or Hominy feed) (IFN 4-02-887) consists of a mixture of corn bran, corn germ and part of the starchy portion of either white or yellow corn kernels or mixture thereof, as produced in the manufacture of pearl hominy, hominy grits or table meal. It shall contain not less than 4 percent crude fat. If prefixed by the words “white” or “yellow”, the product shall correspond thereto.
    • 4.2.9 
      Maize extractives fermented condensed (or Corn extractives fermented condensed or Condensed fermented maize extractives or Condensed fermented corn extractives) (IFN 4-02-890) is obtained by the partial removal of water from the liquid resulting from steeping corn in a water and sulphur dioxide solution that is allowed to ferment by the action of naturally occurring lactic acid producing microorganisms, as practised in the wet milling of corn. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and minimum dry matter.
    • 4.2.10 
      Oats groats (IFN 4-03-331) consists of cleaned oats without hulls.
    • 4.2.11 
      Rice bran with germs (or Rice bran) (IFN 4-03-928) consists of the pericarp or bran layer and germ of rice, with only such quantity of hull fragments, chipped, broken, or brewer’s rice, and calcium carbonate as is unavoidable in the regular milling of edible rice. It shall contain less than 13 percent crude fibre. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum calcium carbonate when the calcium carbonate exceeds 3 percent.
    • 4.2.12 
      Rye flour by-product less than 8.5 percent fibre (or Rye middlings) (IFN 4-04-031) consists of rye feed and rye red dog combined in the proportions obtained in the usual process of milling rye flour. It shall contain less than 8.5 percent crude fibre.
    • 4.2.13 
      Soybean flour by-product (Soybean mill feed) (IFN 4-04-594) consists of soybean hulls and the offal from the tail of the mill resulting from the manufacture of soy grits or flour. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 4.2.14 
      Wheat bran (IFN 4-05-190) consists of the coarse outer covering of the wheat kernel as separated from cleaned and scoured wheat in the usual process of commercial flour milling.
    • 4.2.15 
      Wheat flour less than 1.5 percent fibre (IFN 4-05-199) consists principally of wheat flour together with fine particles of wheat bran, wheat germ and the offal from the “tail of the mill”. It shall contain less than 1.5 percent crude fibre.
    • 4.2.16 
      Wheat flour by-product less than 7 percent fibre (or Wheat middlings) (IFN 4-05-201) consists of a small proportion of fine bran particles, germ and a large proportion of floury endosperm particles as separated in the usual processes of commercial flour milling. It shall contain less than 7 percent crude fibre.
    • 4.2.17 
      Wheat flour by-product less than 9.5 percent fibre (or Wheat shorts) (IFN 4-05-205) consists of the fine bran particles, germ and a small proportion of floury endosperm particles as separated in the usual processes of commercial flour milling. It shall contain less than 9.5 percent crude fibre.
    • 4.2.18 
      Wheat mill run less than 9.5 percent fibre (or Wheat mill run) (IFN 4-05-206) consists of all parts of the wheat kernel, except flour, separated in the usual processes of commercial flour milling. The parts included are wheat bran, wheat shorts, and wheat middlings. It shall contain less than 9.5 percent crude fibre.
  • 4.3 
    Seed and Mill Screenings
  • 4.4 
    Molasses and Related Products
    • 4.4.1 
      Beet sugar molasses (or Beet molasses) (IFN 4-30-289) is a by-product of the manufacture or refining of sucrose from sugar beets. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum total sugars expressed as invert.
    • 4.4.2 
      Beet sugar pulp dehydrated (or Plain dried beet pulp) (IFN 4-00-669) consists of the dried residue from sugar beets that have been cleaned and freed from crowns, leaves and sand and that have been extracted in the process of manufacturing sugar. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 4.4.3 
      Beet sugar pulp, molasses dehydrated added (IFN 4-00-672) consists of a free-flowing and friable dried molasses product made by dehydrating molasses that has been mixed with plain dried beet pulp, an absorbent material. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum invert sugars, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 4.4.4 
      Beet sugar molasses, soybean mill run dehydrated added (IFN 4-30-291) consists of a free-flowing and friable dried molasses product made by dehydrating molasses that has been mixed with soybean mill run, an absorbent material. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum invert sugars, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 4.4.5 
      Beet sugar molasses, corn cob fractions dehydrated added (IFN 4-30-292) consists of a free-flowing and friable dried molasses product made by dehydrating molasses that has been mixed with corn cob fractions, an absorbent material. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum invert sugars, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 4.4.6 
      Sugarcane molasses (IFN 4-13-251) is a by-product of the manufacture or refining of sucrose from sugarcane. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum total sugars expressed as invert.
    • 4.4.7 
      Sugarcane molasses distillers solubles condensed (or Molasses distillers condensed solubles) (IFN 4-04-697) is obtained by condensing to a syrupy consistency the residue from the yeast fermentation of sugarcane molasses after the removal of alcohol by distillation. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for maximum moisture.
    • 4.4.8 
      Sugarcane molasses, soybean mill run dehydrated added (IFN 4-16-831) consists of a free flowing and friable dried molasses product made by dehydrating molasses that has been mixed with soybean mill run, an absorbent material. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum invert sugars, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 4.5 
    Animal and Vegetable Fats
    • 4.5.1 
      Animal fat (or Feeding fat) (IFN 4-00-409) consists of the fat obtained from the tissues of mammals or poultry or both. If the product bears a name descriptive of its kind or origin; e.g. tallow, lard or grease, it shall correspond thereto. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum free fatty acid.
    • 4.5.2 
      Animal vegetable fat (or Animal vegetable feeding fat) (IFN 4-12-249) consists of the fat of mammals or poultry and vegetable fat in any combination. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum free fatty acid.
    • 4.5.3 
      Canola oil low erucic acid low glucosinolates (or Canola oil) (IFN 4-06-144) consists of the oil extracted from whole seeds of the species Brassica napus or Brassica campestris the oil component of which seed contains less than 2 percent erucic acid and the solid component of which seed contains less than 30 micromoles of any one or any mixture of 3-butenyl glucosinolate, 4-penteny1 glucosinolate, 2-hydroxy-3-butenyl glucosinolate and 2-hydroxy-4-pentenyl glucosinolate per gram of air dry, oil free solid (GLC method of the Canadian Grain Commission). It shall be refined, bleached and deodorized. It shall have a saponification value (milligrams potassium hydroxide per gram of oil) of not less than 182 and not more than 193. It shall have an erucic acid content of less than 2 percent (w/w) of the component fatty acids. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter, maximum free fatty acids and maximum erucic acid.
    • 4.5.4 
      Coconut kernels with coats oil (or Coconut oil) (IFN 4-09-320) consists of the oil extracted from the whole kernels of Cocos nucifera L. It consists predominantly of glyceride esters of fatty acids. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum free fatty acids.
    • 4.5.5 
      Maize endosperm oil (or Corn endosperm oil or Maize oil or Corn oil) (IFN 4-02-852) consists of the oil extracted from corn gluten. It consists predominantly of glyceride esters of fatty acids. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum free fatty acids.
    • 4.5.6 
      Soybean seeds oil (IFN 4-07-983) consists of the oil from soybean seeds that are commonly processed for edible purposes. It consists predominantly of glyceride esters of fatty acids. If partially hydrogenated, it shall be so indicated on the label. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum moisture, maximum insoluble matter, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum free fatty acids.
    • 4.5.7 
      Soybean lecithin (or Soy lecithin) (IFN 4-04-562) is the product obtained from soybean oil by a degumming process. It contains lecithin, cephalin and inositol phosphatides together with glycerides of soybean oil and traces of tocopherols, glucosides and pigments. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum crude fat, maximum free fatty acids and maximum moisture.
    • 4.5.8 
      Vegetable oil (IFN 4-05-077) consists of the product of vegetable origin obtained by extracting the oil from seeds or fruits that are commonly processed for edible purposes. It consists predominantly of glyceride esters of fatty acids and contains no additions of free fatty acids or other material obtained from fats. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum total fatty acids, maximum moisture, maximum unsaponifiable matter and maximum insoluble matter.
  • 4.6 
    Others
    • 4.6.1 
      Bakery waste dehydrated (IFN 4-00-466) consists of a mixture of bread, cookies, cake, crackers, flours and doughs that have been mechanically separated from non-edible material, artificially dried and ground. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture and maximum salt.
    • 4.6.2 
      Cattle whey condensed (or Condensed whey) (IFN 4-01-180) consists of the residue remaining after the removal of a portion of the moisture from whey by 8thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum lactose, maximum moisture and minimum total solids.
    • 4.6.3 
      Cattle whey cultured condensed (or Condensed cultured whey) (IFN 4-01-181) is the residue obtained by partially removing water from lactic acid bacteria cultured whey. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen and minimum total solids.

    • 4.6.4 
      Cattle whey dehydrated (or Dried whey) (IFN 4-01-182) consists of the residue remaining after the drying of or evaporating of whey by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum lactose and maximum moisture.
    • 4.6.5 
      Cattle whey low lactose dehydrated (or Dried whey product) (IFN 4-01-186) consists of the residue obtained by drying whey by thermal means from which a portion of the lactose has been removed. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum lactose and maximum moisture.
    • 4.6.6 
      Lactose C12H22O11 (IFN 4-02-486) is the disaccharide containing galactose and glucose. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum lactose.
    • 4.6.7 
      Cereals breakfast process residue (or Cereal-offal or Cereals food fines) (IFN 4-01-199) consists of particles of breakfast cereals obtained as a by-product of their processing. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture and maximum salt.
    • 4.6.8 
      Cornstarch (IFN 4-02-889) is the granular polymer consisting of amylose and amylopectin which has been separated from the mature seed endosperm of corn.
    • 4.6.9 
      Apple pomace dehydrated (or Dried apple pomace) (IFN 4-00-423) consists of the sound, dried residue obtained by the removal of cider from apples. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 4.6.10 
      Maize grain starch heat hydrolyzed (or Corn grain starch heat hydrolyzed or Malto dextrins) (IFN 4-08-023) is the dried purified concentrated product of nutritive saccharides derived from the starch of corn and having a dextrose equivalent less than 20. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for maximum dextrose equivalent (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 31.245, 14th edition).
    • 4.6.11 
      Maize syrup (or Corn syrup) (IFN 4-20-104) is the purified concentrated aqueous solution of nutritive saccharides obtained from corn starch and having a dextrose equivalent not less than 20. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum dextrose equivalent (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 31.245, 14th edition).
    • 4.6.12 
      Maize syrup process residue (or Corn syrup process residue or Maize syrup refinery insolubles or Corn syrup refinery insolubles) (IFN 4-04-893) consists predominantly of the fatty fraction of corn starch together with protein and residual carbohydrate obtained in the refining of corn syrup. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 4.6.13 
      Potato process residue dehydrated (or Dried potato waste meal) (IFN 4-03-775) consists of the dried ground by-product of whole potatoes (culls), potato peelings, pulp, potato chips and off-color french fries obtained from the manufacture of processed potato products for human consumption. The product shall be free of all extraneous materials such as glass, metals, sand and dirt. The product shall not contain more than three percent hydrate of lime that may be added to aid in processing. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 4.6.14 
      Beet sugar sugar (or Sucrose) (IFN 4-06-176) is a natural sweetener. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum principal sugar.
    • 4.6.15 
      D-Glucose (or Dextrose) (IFN 4-24-966) is a monosaccharide hexose. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum glucose.
    • 4.6.16 
      Honey bee honey (or Honey) (IFN 4-02-391) is a natural sweetener elaborated out of the nectar of flower blossoms in the honey sac of Apis mellifera. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum invert sugar.
    • 4.6.17 
      Sugarcane sugar (or Sucrose) (IFN 4-04-701) is a natural sweetener. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum principal sugar.

Class 5. Protein Feeds

  • 5.1 
    Animal
    • 5.1.1 
      Animal blood meal, conventional cooker dehydrated (IFN 5-26-005) is a product obtained from clean, fresh blood, exclusive of all extraneous material such as hair, stomach contents or urine, except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. The moisture is removed from the crude blood by the conventional cooker method. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.2 
      Animal blood meal, flash or ring dehydrated (IFN 5-26-006) is a product obtained from clean, fresh blood, exclusive of all extraneous material such as hair, stomach contents or urine, except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. The moisture is removed from the crude blood by dewatering and flash drying. The minimum available lysine (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 43.224, 13th edition) shall be 80 percent. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.3 
      Animal blood meal, spray dehydrated (IFN 5-00-381) is a product obtained from clean, fresh blood, exclusive of all extraneous material such as hair, stomach contents or urine, except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. The moisture is removed from the crude blood by spray drying. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.4 
      Animal hair hydrolyzed (or Hydrolyzed hair) (IFN 5-08-997) is a product obtained from clean, undecomposed hair by heat and pressure to produce a product suitable for animal feeding. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition).
    • 5.1.5 
      Animal meat by-products fresh (or Meat by-products) (IFN 5-00-395) is the non-rendered, clean parts, other than meat, derived from slaughtered mammals, exclusive of extraneous material such as hair, bones, teeth and hoofs except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.053, 14th edition), maximum moisture, minimum fat and maximum ash.
    • 5.1.6 
      Animal meat meal rendered (or Meat meal) (IFN 5-00-385) is a product obtained by rendering animal tissues, exclusive of hair, hoof, horn, hide trimmings, manure and stomach contents except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall not contain added blood meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition), maximum moisture and maximum ash.
    • 5.1.7 
      Animal meat with bone meal rendered (or Meat and bone meal) (IFN 5-00-388) is a product obtained by rendering animal tissues, exclusive of hair, hoof, horn, hide trimmings, manure and stomach contents except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall not contain added blood meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition), maximum moisture, maximum ash and minimum phosphorus.
    • 5.1.8 
      Animal tankage rendered (or Feeding tankage) (IFN 5-00-386) is a product obtained by rendering animal tissues, including blood, exclusive of hair, hoof, horn, hide trimmings, manure and stomach contents except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition), maximum moisture and maximum ash.
    • 5.1.9 
      Animal tankage with bone meal rendered (or Feeding meat and bone tankage) (IFN 5-00-387) is a product obtained by rendering animal tissues, including blood, exclusive of hair, hoof, horn, hide trimmings, manure and stomach contents except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition), maximum moisture, maximum ash and minimum phosphorus.
    • 5.1.10 
      Poultry by-products fresh (or Poultry by-products or Poultry residue) (IFN 5-03-800) is the non-rendered, clean parts, of carcasses of slaughtered poultry, exclusive of excreta and foreign matter except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.053, 14th edition), minimum fat, maximum moisture and maximum ash.
    • 5.1.11 
      Poultry by-product meal rendered (IFN 5-03-798) is a product obtained by rendering parts of slaughtered poultry, exclusive of feathers except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition), maximum moisture, minimum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum acid-insoluble ash.
    • 5.1.12 
      Poultry feathers meal hydrolyzed (or Feather meal or Hydrolyzed poultry feathers) (IFN 5-03-795) is a product obtained by hydrolyzing feathers from slaughtered poultry, free of additives or accelerators. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum pepsin digestible protein (as determined by A.O.A.C. method 7.048, 13th edition) and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.13 
      Eggs without shells dehydrated (or Powdered egg or Spray dried whole egg) (IFN 5-01-214) is the product obtained by spray drying eggs, exclusive of the shell, except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good manufacturing practice. It shall contain less than 0.5 percent of a conditioning agent to reduce caking and improve flowability. The name of any conditioning agent shall be shown on the label. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.14 
      Cattle buttermilk dehydrated (or Dried buttermilk) (IFN 5-01-160) is composed of the residue obtained by drying buttermilk by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum crude fat, maximum moisture and maximum ash.
    • 5.1.15 
      Cattle milk dehydrated (or Dried whole milk) (IFN 5-01-167) is the product obtained by drying whole milk. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum crude fat, maximum lactose and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.16 
      Cattle skim milk dehydrated (or Dried skimmed milk) (IFN 5-01-175) is composed of the residue obtained by drying defatted milk by thermal means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.17 
      Cattle whey protein dehydrated (or Dried whey protein concentrate) (IFN 5-06-836) is the product obtained by partial removal of water, lactose and minerals from whey by ultra-filtration followed by subsequent dehydration of the residue. It shall contain not less than 25 percent crude protein. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum lactose, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.18 
      Casein acid precipitated dehydrated (or Casein) (IFN 5-01-162) is the solid residue obtained by acid or rennet coagulation of defatted milk. It shall contain not less than 80 percent crude protein. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.1.19 
      Sodium caseinate (IFN 5-19-650) is the sodium salt of casein obtained by protein precipitation of a casein suspension with sodium hydroxide. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum sodium, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
  • 5.2 
    Marine
    • 5.2.1 
      Crab process residue meal (or Crab meal) (IFN 5-01-663) consists of the undecomposed ground dried waste of crab and contains the shell, viscera and part or all of the flesh. This product shall contain less than seven percent salt (NaCl). If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum salt.
    • 5.2.2 
      Fish hydrolyzed condensed (or Condensed fish protein digest) (IFN 5-27-466) consists of the condensed enzymatic digest of clean undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings using the enzyme hydrolysis process. The product shall be free of bones, scales, and undigested solids with or without the extraction of part of the oil. It shall contain not less than 30 percent protein. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum salt, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.3 
      Fish hydrolyzed dehydrated (or Dried fish protein digest) (IFN 5-27-465) consists of the dried enzymatic digest of clean undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings using the enzyme hydrolysis process. The product shall be free of bones, scales and undigested solids with or without the extraction of part of the oil. It shall contain not less than 80 percent protein and not more than 10 percent moisture. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum salt, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If the degree of fineness is stated, it shall conform thereto. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.4 
      Fish meal (IFN 5-01-974) consists of clean, dried ground tissues of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings or both. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum salt, maximum salt, minimum crude fat, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.5 
      Fish meal with solubles (IFN 5-17-896) consists of clean, dried ground tissues of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings or both with fish solubles incorporated. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum salt, maximum salt, minimum crude fat, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.6 
      Fish protein concentrate solvent extracted (IFN 5-09-334) is prepared from eviscerated, partially deboned, clean undecomposed fish which is ground, solvent extracted and dried by thermal means with or without the extraction of part of the oil. It shall contain not less than 80 percent protein. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum salt, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If the degree of fineness is stated, it shall conform thereto. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.7 
      Fish meal mechanical extracted (IFN 5-01-977) consists of clean, dried ground tissues of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings or both after the extraction of the oil by a mechanical process. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, minimum salt, maximum salt, minimum crude fat, maximum crude fat, maximum ash and maximum moisture. If it bears a name descriptive of kind, it shall correspond thereto.
    • 5.2.8 
      Fish solubles condensed (IFN 5-01-969) is obtained by condensing the aqueous portion (stickwater) of the mixture resulting from pressing the oil from the fish. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum calcium, maximum salt and maximum moisture.
    • 5.2.9 
      Fish solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-01-971) is obtained by dehydrating the aqueous portion (stickwater) of the mixture resulting from pressing the oil from the fish. If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum calcium, maximum salt and maximum moisture.
    • 5.2.10 
      Shrimp process residue meal (or Shrimp meal) (IFN 5-04-226) consists of the undecomposed ground dried waste of shrimp and contains parts of shrimp or whole shrimp. This product shall contain less than seven percent salt (NaC1). If an antioxidant(s) is used, the common name or names shall be indicated on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum salt.
  • 5.3 
    Seed from Plants
    • 5.3.1 
      Bean navy seeds heat processed (or White bean) (IFN 5-29-785) is the product resulting from heating whole navy beans Phaseolus vulgaris without removing any of the component parts. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.2 
      Broadbean seeds (or Faba beans) (IFN 5-09-262) consists of the entire seed of the faba bean plant Vicia faba.
    • 5.3.3 
      Canola meal prepress solvent extracted low erucic acid low glucosinolates (or Canola meal) (IFN 5-06-145) consists of the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil, by a prepress solvent extraction process, from whole seeds of the species Brassica napus or Brassica campestris the oil component of which seed contains less than two percent erucic acid and the solid component of which seed contains less than 30 micromoles of any one or any mixture of 3-butenyl glucosinolate, 4-pentenyl glucosinolate, 2-hydroxy-3-butenyl glucosinolate and 2-hydroxy-4-pentenyl glucosinolate per gram of air dry, oil free solid (GLC method of the Canadian Grain Commission). This product shall contain less than 30 micromoles of glucosinolates per gram of dried meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture, maximum erucic acid and maximum glucosinolates.
    • 5.3.4 
      Canola meal solvent extracted low erucic acid low glucosinolates (or Canola meal) (IFN 5-06-146) consists of the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil, by a direct solvent extraction process, from whole seeds of the species Brassica napus or Brassica campestris the oil component of which seed contains less than two percent erucic acid and the solid component of which seed contains less than 30 micromoles of any one or any mixture of 3-butenyl glucosinolate, 4-penteny1 glucosinolate, 2-hydroxy-3-butenyl glucosinolate and 2-hydroxy-4-pentenyl glucosinolate per gram of air dry, oil free solid (GLC method of the Canadian Grain Commission). This product shall contain less than 30 micromoles of glucosinolates per gram of dried meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture, maximum erucic acid and maximum glucosinolates.
    • 5.3.5 
      Coconut kernels with coats meal mechanical extracted (or Coconut meal or Copra meal) (IFN 5-01-572) consists of the ground residue after extraction of oil from the dried meat of the coconut by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.6. 
      Coconut kernels with coats meal solvent extracted (or Coconut meal or Copra meal) (IFN 5-01-573) consists of the ground residue after extraction of oil from the dried meat of the coconut by a solvent extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.7 
      Maize germs meal dry milled mechanical extracted (or Corn germ meal (dry milled)) (IFN 5-02-894) consists of the commercial corn germ and all or part of the corn kernel remaining after removal of the oil by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.8 
      Maize gluten meal (or Corn gluten meal) (IFN 5-02-900) consists of the dried residue from corn after the removal of the larger part of the starch and germ and the separation of the bran by the process employed in the wet milling manufacture of corn starch or syrup or by enzymatic treatment of the endosperm. It may contain fermented corn extractives or corn germ meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.9 
      Maize gluten with bran (or Corn gluten with bran or Corn gluten feed or Maize gluten feed) (IFN 5-02-903) consists of that part of the commercial shelled corn that remains after extraction of the larger portion of the starch, gluten, and germ by the process employed in the wet milling manufacture of corn starch or syrup. It may contain fermented corn extractives or corn germ meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.10 
      Cotton, seeds (or Whole Cottonseed) (IFN 5-01-614) consists of the seed remaining after removal of fibre in the ginning process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture and maximum gossypol.
    • 5.3.11 
      Cotton seeds meal mechanical extracted (or Cottonseed meal) (IFN 5-01-609) is the residual product obtained after extraction of most of the oil from cotton seeds by a mechanical extraction process. Various amounts of hulls are added to vary the protein content of the meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture and maximum gossypol.
    • 5.3.12 
      Cotton seeds meal solvent extracted (or Cottonseed meal) (IFN 5-11-590) is the residual product obtained after extraction of most of the oil from cotton seeds by a solvent extraction process. Various amounts of hulls are added to vary the protein content of the meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum moisture and maximum gossypol.
    • 5.3.13 
      Flax seeds ground (IFN 5-30-286) is ground whole flaxseed.
    • 5.3.14 
      Flax seeds meal mechanical extracted (or Linseed meal) (IFN 5-30-287) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from whole flax seeds by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.15 
      Flax seeds meal solvent extracted (or Linseed meal) (IFN 5-30-288) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from whole flax seeds by a solvent extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.16 
      Pea, field, protein product, spray dehydrated (or Pea protein) (IFN 5-17-726) is the product obtained after removal of most of the non-protein constituents from dried sound clean dehulled pea seeds Pisum sativum by wet milling followed by acid extraction, isoelectric precipitation and then spray drying. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.17 
      Pea field seeds (IFN 5-08-481) is the entire seed from the field pea plant Pisum sativum.
    • 5.3.18 
      Peanut seeds without coats meal mechanical extracted (or Peanut meal) (IFN 5-03-649) is the ground residual product obtained after extraction of most of the oil from peanut kernels by a mechanical extraction process. It may contain such amounts of hulls as is unavoidable in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.19 
      Peanut seeds without coats meal solvent extracted (or Peanut meal) (IFN 5-03-650) is the ground residual product obtained after extraction of most of the oil from peanut kernels by a solvent extraction process. It may contain such amounts of hulls as is unavoidable in good manufacturing practice. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.20 
      Safflower seeds meal mechanical extracted (or Safflower meal) (IFN 5-04-109) is the ground residue obtained after extracting the oil from whole safflower seeds by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.21 
      Safflower seeds meal solvent extracted (or Safflower meal) (IFN 5-04-110) is the ground residue obtained after extracting the oil from whole safflower seeds by a solvent extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.22 
      Soybean flour mechanical extracted (or Soy flour) (IFN 5-12-177) is the finely powdered material resulting from the screened and graded product after removal of most of the oil from selected, sound, cleaned and dehulled soybeans by a mechanical extraction process. It shall contain less than four percent crude fibre. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.23 
      Soybean flour solvent extracted (or Soy flour) (IFN 5-04-593) is the finely powdered material resulting from the screened and graded product after removal of most of the oil from selected, sound, cleaned and dehulled soybeans by a solvent extraction process. It shall contain less than four percent crude fibre. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.24 
      Soybean protein concentrate (IFN 5-08-038) is the product obtained by removing most of the oil and water soluble non-protein constituents from selected, sound, cleaned, dehulled soybeans. It shall contain not less than 70 percent crude protein. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.25 
      Soybean protein isolate (IFN 5-24-811) is the dried product obtained by removing most of the non-protein constituents from selected, sound, cleaned, dehulled soybeans. It shall contain not less than 90 percent crude protein. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum ash and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.26 
      Soybean seeds heat processed (IFN 5-04-597) is the product resulting from heating whole soybean seeds without removing any of the component parts. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.27 
      Soybean seeds meal solvent extracted (or Soybean meal) (IFN 5-04-604) is the product obtained by grinding the flakes that remain after the removal of most of the oil from soybeans by a solvent extraction process. It shall contain less than seven percent crude fibre. It may contain an inert non-toxic conditioning agent, either nutritive or non-nutritive or any combination thereof, to reduce caking and improve flowability in an amount not to exceed that necessary to accomplish its intended effect but in no case shall the conditioning agent exceed 0.5 percent. The name of any conditioning agent shall be shown on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.28 
      Soyflour chemically and physically modified (IFN 5-19-651) is the product resulting from treating soy-flour by chemical and physical (heat and pressure) means. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.29 
      Soybean seeds without hulls meal solvent extracted (or Dehulled soybean meal) (IFN 5-04-612) is the product obtained by grinding the flakes remaining after the removal of most of the oil from dehulled soybeans by a solvent extraction process. It shall contain less than 3.3 percent crude fibre. It may contain an inert non-toxic conditioning agent, either nutritive or non-nutritive or any combination thereof, to reduce caking and improve flowability in an amount not to exceed that necessary to accomplish its intended effect but in no case shall the conditioning agent exceed 0.5 percent. The name of any conditioning agent shall be shown on the label. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.30 
      Sunflower seeds meal mechanical extracted (or Sunflower meal) (IFN 5-27-477) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from whole sunflower seeds by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.31 
      Sunflower seeds meal solvent extracted (or Sunflower meal) (IFN 5-30-032) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from whole sunflower seeds by a solvent extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.32 
      Sunflower seeds without hulls meal mechanical extracted (or Dehulled sunflower meal) (IFN 5-30-033) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from sunflower seeds without hulls by a mechanical extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.33 
      Sunflower seeds without hulls meal solvent extracted (or Dehulled sunflower meal) (IFN 5-30-034) is the meal obtained after the removal of most of the oil from sunflower seeds without hulls by a solvent extraction process. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.3.34 
      Wheat germ ground (IFN 5-05-218) consists primarily of the germ of the wheat seed together with some bran and middlings or shorts. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
  • 5.4 
    Fermentation Products
    • 5.4.1 
      Aspergillus niger fermentation solubles dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus niger fermentation solubles) (IFN 5-29-781) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus niger. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.2 
      Aspergillus niger fermentation extract dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus niger fermentation extract) (IFN 5-06-148) is the dried product resulting from extracting and precipitating by means of non-aqueous solvents or other suitable means the water-soluble materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus niger. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.3 
      Aspergillus niger fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus niger fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-151) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus niger. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.4 
      Aspergillus niger fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Aspergillus niger fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-157) is the stabilized product from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus niger. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.5 
      Aspergillus oryzae fermentation solubles dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation solubles) (IFN 5-29-780) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus oryzae. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.6 
      Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract) (IFN 5-06-149) is the dried product resulting from extracting and precipitating by means of non-aqueous solvents or other suitable means, the water-soluble materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus oryzae. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.7 
      Aspergillus oryzae fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-152) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus oryzae. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.8 
      Aspergillus oryzae fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Aspergillus oryzae fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-158) is the stabilized product resulting from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Aspergillus oryzae. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.9 
      Bacillus subtilis fermentation solubles dehydrated (or Dried Bacillus subtilis fermentation solubles) (IFN 5-29-779) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Bacillus subtilis. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.10 
      Bacillus subtilis fermentation extract dehydrated (or Dried Bacillus subtilis fermentation extract) (IFN 5-06-147) is the dried product resulting from extracting and precipitating by means of non-aqueous solvents or other suitable means, the water-soluble materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Bacillus subtilis. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.11 
      Bacillus subtilis fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Bacillus subtilis fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-150) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Bacillus subtilis. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.12 
      Bacillus subtilis fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Bacillus subtilis fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-156) is the stabilized product resulting from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Bacillus subtilis. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes .»

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.13 
      Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-153) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Lactobacillus acidophilus. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.14 
      Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-159) is the stabilized product resulting from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Lactobacillus acidophilus. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.15 
      Lactobacillus bulgaricus fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Lactobacillus bulgaricus fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-154) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Lactobacillus bulgaricus. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.16 
      Lactobacillus bulgaricus fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Lactobacillus bulgaricus fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-160) is the stabilized product resulting from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Lactobacillus bulgaricus. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.17 
      Streptococcus faecium fermentation product dehydrated (or Dried Streptococcus faecium fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-155) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Streptococcus faecium. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.18 
      Streptococcus faecium fermentation product liquid (or Liquid Streptococcus faecium fermentation product) (IFN 5-06-161) is the stabilized product resulting from both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Streptococcus faecium. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.19 
      Streptomyces fermentation solubles dehydrated (or Dried Streptomyces fermentation solubles) (IFN 5-29-784) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted in accordance with good manufacturing practices. This fermentation is conducted for the production of enzymes, fermentation substances or other microbial metabolites using a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Streptomyces. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. Enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite level shall be guaranteed where the product is to be sold for its enzyme activity or nutrient metabolite content.

    • 5.4.20 
      Citric acid fermentation presscake meal extracted (IFN 5-06-162) is the filtered, dried and ground mycelium obtained from a fermentation conducted for the production of citric acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.21 
      Citric acid fermentation solubles extracted dehydrated (IFN 5-06-165) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted for the production of citric acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.22 
      Citric acid fermentation solubles meal extracted (IFN 5-06-168) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted for the production of citric acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.23 
      Citric acid fermentation solids with solubles liquid (IFN 5-06-171) is the stabilized product resulting from a fermentation conducted for the production of citric acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and minimum total solids.

    • 5.4.24 
      Peniccillium fermentation presscake meal extracted (IFN 5-06-163) is the filtered, dried and ground mycelium obtained from a fermentation conducted for the production of penicillin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.25 
      Penicillium fermentation solubles extracted dehydrated (IFN 5-06-166) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted for the production of penicillin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.26 
      Penicillium fermentation solubles meal extracted (IFN 5-06-169) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted for the production of penicillin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.27 
      Penicillium fermentation solids with solubles liquid (IFN 5-06-172) is the stabilized product resulting from a fermentation conducted for the production of penicillin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and minimum total solids.

    • 5.4.28 
      Streptomyces fermentation presscake meal extracted (IFN 5-06-164) is the filtered, dried and ground mycelium obtained from a fermentation conducted for the production of streptomycin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.29 
      Streptomyces fermentation solubles extracted dehydrated (IFN 5-06-167) is the dried product resulting from drying the liquid after separation of suspended solids from a fermentation conducted for the production of streptomycin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.30 
      Streptomyces fermentation solubles meal extracted (IFN 5-06-170) is the dried product resulting from drying both solid and liquid materials from a fermentation conducted for the production of streptomycin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.31 
      Streptomyces fermentation solids with solubles liquid (IFN 5-06-173) is the stabilized product resulting from a fermentation conducted for the production of streptomycin. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen, maximum crude fibre and minimum total solids.

    • 5.4.32 
      Cattle skim milk cultured condensed (IFN 5-01-173) is the residue obtained by evaporating lactic acid bacteria cultured defatted milk. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen and minimum total solids.

    • 5.4.33 
      Cattle skim milk cultured dehydrated (IFN 5-01-174) is the residue obtained by drying lactic acid bacteria cultured defatted milk. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen and maximum moisture.

    • 5.4.34 
      Cattle whey fermentation solubles condensed (or Condensed whey fermentation solubles) (IFN 5-06-300) is the product resulting from the removal of a considerable portion of the liquid by-product resulting from the action of the ferment on the basic medium of whey. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is free of antimicrobial activity and is not a source of viable microbial cells.”; or

      « Ce produit est exempt d’activité anti-microbienne et n’est pas une source de cellules microbiennes vivantes. »

      It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen and minimum riboflavin.

    • 5.4.35 
      Sugarcane-beet sugar molasses yeast solubles condensed (or Molasses yeast condensed solubles) (IFN 5-29-782) is obtained by condensing to a syrupy consistency the liquid from the manufacture of baker’s yeast from sugarcane or sugarbeet molasses. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen and maximum moisture.
  • 5.5 
    Brewers’ and Distillers’ Products
    • 5.5.1 
      Barley brewers grains dehydrated (or Brewers dried grains) (IFN 5-00-516) is the dried, extracted residue of barley malt, alone or in mixture with other cereal grains or grain products resulting from the manufacture of beer, and may contain pulverized spent hops evenly distributed. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum dried spent hops.
    • 5.5.2 
      Barley brewers grains wet (or Brewers wet grains) (IFN 5-00-517) is the extracted residue of barley malt, alone or in mixture with other cereal grains or grain products resulting from the manufacture of beer. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.3 
      Barley distillers grains dehydrated (IFN 5-00-518) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of a barley or a grain mixture in which barley predominates by separating the resultant coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.4 
      Barley distillers grains with solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-12-185) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of barley or a grain mixture in which barley predominates and contains the major portion of the condensed screened stillage dried therewith by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.5 
      Barley distillers solubles condensed (IFN 5-12-210) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of barley or a grain mixture in which barley predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction to a semi-solid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.6 
      Barley distillers solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-00-520) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of barley or a grain mixture in which barley predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.7 
      Barley malt sprouts dehydrated (or Malt sprouts) (IFN 5-00-545) is obtained from malted barley by removal of the sprouts and may include some of the malt hulls, other parts of malt and foreign material unavoidably present. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.8 
      Maize distillers grains dehydrated (or Corn distillers grains dehydrated) (IFN 5-02-842) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillations from the yeast fermentation of a corn or a grain mixture in which corn predominates by separating the resultant coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.9 
      Maize distillers grains with solubles dehydrated (or Corn distillers grains with solubles dehydrated) (IFN 5-02-843) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of corn or a grain mixture in which corn predominates and contains the major portion of the condensed screened stillage dried therewith by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.10 
      Maize distillers solubles condensed (or Corn distillers solubles condensed) (IFN 5-12-211) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of corn or grain mixture in which corn predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction to a semi-solid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.11 
      Maize distillers solubles dehydrated (or Corn distillers solubles dehydrated) (IFN 5-02-844) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of corn or a grain mixture in which corn predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.12 
      Rye distillers grains dehydrated (IFN 5-04-023) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of rye or a grain mixture in which rye predominates by separating the resultant coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.13 
      Rye distillers grains with solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-04-024) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of rye or a grain mixture in which rye predominates and contains the major portion of the condensed screened stillage dried therewith by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.14 
      Rye distillers solubles condensed (IFN 5-12-212) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of rye or a grain mixture in which rye predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction to a semi-solid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.15 
      Rye distillers solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-04-026) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of rye or a grain mixture in which rye predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.16 
      Rye malt sprouts dehydrated (IFN 5-04-048) is obtained from malted rye by the removal of the sprouts and may include some of the malt hulls, other parts of malt and foreign material unavoidably present. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.17 
      Sorghum distillers grains dehydrated (IFN 5-04-374) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of sorghum or a grain mixture in which sorghum predominates by separating the resultant coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.18 
      Sorghum distillers grains with solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-04-375) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of sorghum or a grain mixture in which sorghum predominates and contains the major portion of the condensed screened stillage dried therewith by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.19 
      Sorghum distillers solubles condensed (IFN 5-12-231) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of sorghum or a grain mixture in which sorghum predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction to a semi-solid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.20 
      Sorghum distillers solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-04-376) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of sorghum or a grain mixture in which sorghum predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.21 
      Wheat distillers grains dehydrated (IFN 5-05-193) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of a wheat or a grain mixture in which wheat predominates by separating the resultant coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.22 
      Wheat distillers grains with solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-05-194) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of wheat or grain mixture in which wheat predominates and contains the major portion of the condensed screened stillage dried therewith by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
    • 5.5.23 
      Wheat distillers solubles condensed (IFN 5-12-213) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of wheat or a grain mixture in which wheat predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction to a semi-solid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.24 
      Wheat distillers solubles dehydrated (IFN 5-05-195) is the product obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of wheat or a grain mixture in which wheat predominates by condensing the screened stillage fraction and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. It must be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein and maximum moisture.
    • 5.5.25 
      Wheat malt sprouts dehydrated (IFN 5-29-796) is obtained from malted wheat by removal of the sprouts and may include some of the malt hulls, other parts of malt and foreign material unavoidably present. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum moisture and maximum crude fibre.
  • 5.6 
    Amino Acids
    • 5.6.1 
      L-Lysine (IFN 5-08-022) is the product that contains a minimum of 95 percent of alpha epsilon-diaminocaproic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum L-lysine.
    • 5.6.2 
      DL-Methionine (IFN 5-03-086) is the product that contains a minimum of 95 percent racemic 2-amino-4-methylthiobutyric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum L-methionine.
    • 5.6.3 
      DL-Methionine hydroxy analogue calcium (IFN 5-03-087) is the product that contains a minimum of 93 percent racemic 2-hydroxy-4-methylthiobutyric acid calcium salt. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum L-methionine hydroxy analogue calcium.
  • 5.7 
    Non-protein Nitrogen Products
    • 5.7.1 
      Anhydrous ammonia NH3 (IFN 5-14-511) is ammonia gas compressed to liquid form containing not less than 82 percent nitrogen. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

      “This product is a source of non-protein nitrogen and should be used with care when feed contains urea or other sources of non-protein nitrogen.”; or

      « Ce produit est une source d’azote non protéique et doit être utilisé avec soin quand l’aliment du bétail contient de l’urée ou d’autres sources d’azote non protéique. »

      It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum nitrogen.

    • 5.7.2 
      Biuret (IFN 5-09-824) consists predominantly of biuret together with related non-toxic nitrogenous compounds resulting from the controlled pyrolysis of urea and subsequent processing. It shall not contain more than 0.5 percent mineral oil. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum nitrogen and maximum nitrogen from urea.
    • 5.7.3 
      Urea 45 percent nitrogen 281 percent protein equivalent (or Urea) (IFN 5-05-070) consists predominantly of urea, but may contain other non-toxic nitrogenous compounds that are present as by-products from the commercial synthesis and processing of urea. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum nitrogen. For liquid urea, it shall also be labelled with guarantees for maximum biuret and maximum free ammonia.
  • 5.8 
    Other
    • 5.8.1 
      Beet sugar Steffens filtrate condensed (or Condensed Steffen filtrate) (IFN 5-00-679) is a by-product of the recovery of sucrose from beet molasses by precipitation with calcium oxide. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.8.2 
      Maize extractives condensed fermented with germ meal and bran dehydrated (or Corn extractives condensed fermented with germ meal and bran dehydrated or Condensed fermented maize extractives with germ meal and bran dehydrated or Condensed fermented corn extractives with germ meal and bran dehydrated) (IFN 5-09-333) is the product obtained by drying condensed fermented corn extractives on the germ meal and bran remaining after extraction of the larger portion of the starch, bran gluten and oil by the process employed in the wet milling manufacture of corn starch or syrup. It may contain corn gluten meal to adjust protein content. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 5.8.3 
      Tomato pomace dehydrated (or Dried tomato pomace) (IFN 5-05-041) consists of the dried mixture of tomato skins, pulp and crushed seeds. If the pomace contains spices used in the production of a tomato product, the name of this pomace product shall be tomato pomace spiced dehydrated. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fat and maximum crude fibre.

Class 6. Mineral Products

  • 6.1 
    Ammonium phosphate dibasic (NH4)2HPO4 (or Diammonium phosphate) (IFN 6-00-370) is the dibasic ammonium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of nitrogen, maximum percent of nitrogen, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron, lead and fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.2 
    Ammonium phosphate monobasic (NH4)H2PO4 (or Monoammonium phosphate) (IFN 6-09-338) is the monobasic ammonium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of nitrogen, maximum percent of nitrogen, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron, lead and fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.3 
    Ammonium polyphosphate solution (IFN 6-08-042) is the ammonium salt of superphosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of nitrogen, maximum percent of nitrogen, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron, lead and fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.4 
    Ammonium sulfate (NH4)2SO4 (IFN 6-09-339) is the ammonium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of nitrogen, maximum percent of nitrogen, minimum percent of sulfate and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron and lead per kilogram.
  • 6.5 
    Animal bone meal steamed (IFN 6-00-400) is the ground product obtained from undecomposed bones cooked with steam and dried. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium and minimum percent of phosphorus.
  • 6.6 
    Calcium carbonate CaCO3 (IFN 6-01-069) is the calcium salt of carbonic acid. It shall contain not less than 38 percent calcium. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of calcium.
  • 6.7 
    Calcium chloride CaC12 (IFN 6-20-774) is the anhydrous calcium salt of hydrochloric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of calcium.
  • 6.8 
    Calcium hydroxide (or Hydrated lime) (IFN 6-14-014) is the hydrated form of calcium oxide generally expressed as Ca(OH)2.H2O. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent calcium.
  • 6.9 
    Calcium iodate Ca(IO3)2 (IFN 6-01-075) is the anhydrous calcium salt of iodic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iodine.
  • 6.10 
    Calcium phosphate dibasic CaHPO4 (or Dicalcium phosphate) (IFN 6-01-080) is the anhydrous dibasic calcium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of phosphorus, minimum percent of calcium and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.11 
    Calcium phosphate monobasic CaH4(PO4)2 (or Monocalcium phosphate) (IFN 6-01-082) is the anhydrous monobasic calcium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of phosphorus, minimum percent of calcium and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.12 
    Calcium phosphate tribasic Ca3(PO4)2 (or Tricalcium phosphate) (IFN 6-01-084) is the anhydrous tribasic calcium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of phosphorus, minimum percent of calcium and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.13 
    Calcium proteinate (IFN 6-16-833) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble calcium salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of calcium.
  • 6.14 
    Calcium sulfate anhydrous CaSO4 (IFN 6-01-087) is the anhydrous calcium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of iron per kilogram.
  • 6.15 
    Calcium sulfate dihydrate CaSO4.2H2O (IFN 6-01-090) is the dihydrated calcium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of iron per kilogram.
  • 6.16 
    Cobaltous carbonate CoCO3 (or Cobalt carbonate) (IFN 6-01-566) is the anhydrous divalent cobalt salt of carbonic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt.
  • 6.17 
    Cobalt choline citrate complex (or Cobalt choline citrate) (IFN 6-20-869) is the product resulting from the complexing of the soluble cobalt salt with choline dihydrogen citrate. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt.
  • 6.18 
    Cobalt polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-19-652) is the product resulting from coating a soluble cobalt salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.19 
    Cobalt proteinate (IFN 6-26-151) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble cobalt salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt.
  • 6.20 
    Caboltous sulfate heptahydrate CoSO4.7H2O (or Cobalt sulfate heptahydrate) (IFN 6-01-564) is the heptahydrated divalent cobalt salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt.
  • 6.21 
    Cobaltous sulfate monohydrate CoSO4.H2O (or Cobalt sulfate) (IFN 6-01-562) is the monohydrated divalent cobalt salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of cobalt.
  • 6.22 
    Copper choline citrate complex (or Copper choline citrate) (IFN 6-20-868) is the product resulting from the complexing of the soluble copper salt with choline dihydrogen citrate. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of copper.
  • 6.23 
    Copper polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-09-822) is the product resulting from coating a soluble copper salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of copper. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.24 
    Copper proteinate (IFN 6-09-896) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble copper salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of copper.
  • 6.25 
    Cupric carbonate CuCO3 (or Copper carbonate) (IFN 6-01-703) is the anhydrous divalent copper salt of carbonic acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of copper and maximum milligrams of lead per kilogram.
  • 6.26 
    Cupric oxide CuO (or Copper oxide) (IFN 6-01-711) is the anhydrous oxide of divalent copper. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of copper and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.27 
    Cupric sulfate anhydrous CuSO4 (IFN 6-01-717) is the anhydrous divalent copper salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of copper, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead, arsenic and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.28 
    Cupric sulfate pentahydrate CuSO4.5H2O (or Blue stone or Copper sulfate) (IFN 6-01-719) is the pentahydrated divalent copper salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of copper, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead, arsenic and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.29 
    Ethylenediamine dihydroiodide (or EDDI) (IFN 6-01-842) is an organic compound of formula C2H4(NH2)2.2HI. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iodine.
  • 6.30 
    Ferric ammonium citrate (IFN 6-01-857) is an ammoniacally complexed iron salt of citric acid of indefinite composition sometimes expressed as Fe(NH4)C6H5O7. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.31 
    Ferric chloride (IFN 6-01-865) is the iron salt of hydrochloric acid generally expressed as FeC13 and its hydrated forms. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.32 
    Ferric choline citrate complex (or Ferric choline citrate) (IFN 6-20-867) is the product resulting from the complexing of the soluble iron salt with choline dihydrogen citrate. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.33 
    Ferrous carbonate FeCO3 (or Iron carbonate) (IFN 6-01-863) is the anhydrous divalent iron salt of carbonic acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of iron and maximum milligrams of ferric iron per kilogram.
  • 6.34 
    Ferrous fumarate FeC4H2O4 (IFN 6-08-097) is the iron salt of fumaric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.35 
    Ferrous gluconate dihydrate Fe(C6H11O7)2.2H2O (or Ferrous gluconate) (IFN 6-01-867) is the iron salt of gluconic acid generally expressed as Fe(C6H11O7)2 and its hydrated forms. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.36 
    Ferrous sulfate heptahydrate FeSO4.7H2O (or Iron sulfate or Copperas) (IFN 6-20-734) is the heptahydrated divalent iron salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of iron, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and ferric iron per kilogram.
  • 6.37 
    Ferrous sulfate monohydrate FeSO4.H2O (or Dried copperas) (IFN 6-01-869) is the monohydrated divalent iron salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of iron, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and ferric iron per kilogram.
  • 6.38 
    Iron methionine sulfate (IFN 6-16-294) is a complex of ferric iron, methionine and sulfate, generally expressed as C5H11NSO6Fe. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.39 
    Iron polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-09-898) is the product resulting from coating a soluble iron salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.40 
    Iron proteinate (IFN 6-26-150) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble iron salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iron.
  • 6.41 
    Limestone ground (or Pulverized limestone) (IFN 6-02-632) is composed predominantly of calcium carbonate. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium and maximum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.42 
    Magnesium carbonate anhydrous MgCO3.Mg(OH)2 (IFN 6-02-754) is the anhydrous double salt of magnesium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.43 
    Magnesium carbonate pentahydrate (or Magnesium carbonate hydroxide) MgCO3.Mg(OH)2.5H2O (IFN 6-29-798) is the pentahydrated double salt of magnesium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.44 
    Magnesium carbonate trihydrate MgCO3.Mg(OH)2.3H2O (IFN 6-08-797) is the trihydrated double salt of magnesium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.45 
    Magnesium chloride (IFN 6-20-872) is the magnesium salt of hydrochloric acid generally expressed as MgC12 and its hydrated forms. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent magnesium.
  • 6.46 
    Magnesium oxide MgO (IFN 6-02-756) is the anhydrous oxide of magnesium. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.47 
    Magnesium phosphate (IFN 6-23-294) is the magnesium salt of phosphoric acid generally expressed as MgHPO4 and its hydrated forms. It shall not contain more than one part fluorine to 100 parts phosphorus. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent magnesium, minimum percent phosphorus and maximum percent fluorine.
  • 6.48 
    Magnesium polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-19-653) is the product resulting from coating a soluble magnesium salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.49 
    Magnesium proteinate (IFN 6-26-149) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble magnesium salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of magnesium.
  • 6.50 
    Magnesium sulfate anhydrous MgSO4 (IFN 6-26-134) is the anhydrous magnesium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of magnesium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.51 
    Magnesium sulfate heptahydrate MgSO4.7H2O (IFN 6-02-758) is the heptahydrated magnesium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of magnesium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.52 
    Manganous oxide MnO (IFN 6-03-054) is the anhydrous oxide of divalent manganese. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of manganese and maximum milligrams of lead, arsenic and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.53 
    Manganese polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-19-654) is the product resulting from coating a soluble manganese salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of manganese. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.54 
    Manganese proteinate (IFN 6-16-831) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble manganese salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of manganese.
  • 6.55 
    Manganous sulfate monohydrate MnSO4.H2O (IFN 6-26-136) is the monohydrated divalent manganese salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of manganese, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.56 
    Manganous sulfate pentahydrate MnSO4.5H2O (IFN 6-28-109) is the pentahydrated divalent manganese salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of manganese, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.57 
    Manganous sulfate tetrahydrate MnSO4.4H2O (IFN 6-03-050) is the tetrahydrated divalent manganese salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of manganese, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.58 
    Oyster shells ground (or Oyster shell flour) (IFN 6-03-481) is composed predominantly of calcium carbonate. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of calcium.
  • 6.59 
    Phosphate defluorinated (or Defluorinated phosphate) (IFN 6-01-780) includes either calcined, fused, precipitated or reacted calcium phosphate. It shall contain not more than one part fluorine to 100 parts phosphorus. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.60 
    Phosphoric acid H3PO4 (IFN 6-03-707) is a solution of phosphoric acid in water. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine, arsenic and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.61 
    Potassium bicarbonate (IFN 6-09-337) is the potassium salt of carbonic acid generally expressed as KHCO3. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent potassium.
  • 6.62 
    Potassium chloride KC1 (IFN 6-03-755) is the anhydrous potassium salt of hydrochloric acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of potassium.
  • 6.63 
    Potassium iodate KIO3 (IFN 6-08-072) is the anhydrous potassium salt of iodic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iodine.
  • 6.64 
    Potassium iodide KI (IFN 6-03-759) is the anhydrous potassium salt of hydriodic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of iodine.
  • 6.65 
    Potassium and magnesium sulfate K2SO4.2MgSO4 (IFN 6-06-117) is the double salt of potassium and magnesium sulfates. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of potassium, minimum percent of magnesium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.66 
    Potassium sulfate K2SO4 (IFN 6-08-098) is the anhydrous potassium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of potassium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of iron and lead per kilogram.
  • 6.67 
    Rock phosphate curacao ground (or Curacao rock phosphate) (IFN 6-05-586) is ground phosphate rock. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of calcium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.68 
    Salt NaC1 (IFN 6-04-152) is the anhydrous sodium salt of hydrochloric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium and minimum percent of sodium chloride.
  • 6.69 
    Smectite-vermiculite (IFN 6-08-999) is a naturally occurring magnesium, iron and potassium layered aluminum silicate. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of magnesium, minimum percent of iron and minimum percent of potassium.
  • 6.70 
    Sodium acid pyrophosphate (IFN 6-16-830) is the disodium salt of pyrophosphoric acid, generally expressed as Na2H2P2O7.6H2O and other hydrated forms. It shall not contain more than one part of fluorine to 100 parts phosphorus. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of phosphorus, minimum percent of sodium and maximum milligrams of fluorine per kilogram.
  • 6.71 
    Sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3 (IFN 6-04-272) is the anhydrous monobasic sodium salt of carbonic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of sodium.
  • 6.72 
    Sodium carbonate (IFN 6-12-316) is the sodium salt of carbonic acid generally expressed as Na2CO3 and its hydrated forms. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of sodium.
  • 6.73 
    Sodium phosphate dibasic Na2PHO4 (or Disodium phosphate) (IFN 6-04-286) is the anhydrous dibasic sodium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.74 
    Sodium phosphate monobasic NaH2PO4 (or Monosodium phosphate) (IFN 6-04-288) is the anhydrous monobasic sodium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.75 
    Sodium phosphate tribasic Na3PO4 (IFN 6-20-871) is the anhydrous tribasic sodium salt of phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.76 
    Sodium selenate Na2SeO4 (IFN 6-26-014) is the anhydrous sodium salt of selenic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of selenium.
  • 6.77 
    Sodium selenite Na2SeO3 (IFN 6-26-013) is the anhydrous sodium salt of selenious acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of selenium.
  • 6.78 
    Sodium sesquicarbonate (IFN 6-17-895) is the mixed sodium salt of carbonic acid generally expressed as Na2CO3.NaHCO3.2H2O. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of sodium.
  • 6.79 
    Sodium sulfate anhydrous Na2SO4 (IFN 6-16-022) is the anhydrous sodium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.80 
    Sodium sulfate decahydrate Na2SO4.1OH2O (IFN 6-04-291) is the decahydrated sodium salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of sulphur and maximum milligrams of lead and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.81 
    Sodium tripolyphosphate Na5P3O10 (IFN 6-08-076) is the anhydrous sodium salt of trimeric phosphoric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of sodium, minimum percent of phosphorus and maximum milligrams of fluorine and iron per kilogram.
  • 6.82 
    Sulphur (or Flowers of sulphur) (IFN 6-04-705) is elemental sulphur. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of sulphur.
  • 6.83 
    Sulfuric acid solution H2SO4 (IFN 6-29-778) is the solution of sulfuric acid in water. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of sulfuric acid.
  • 6.84 
    Zinc methionine sulfate (IFN 6-16-293) is a complex of zinc, methionine and sulfate, generally expressed as C5H11O6NSZn. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of zinc.
  • 6.85 
    Zinc oxide anhydrous ZnO (IFN 6-05-553) is the anhydrous oxide of zinc. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of zinc and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron and lead per kilogram.
  • 6.86 
    Zinc polysaccharide complex (IFN 6-09-899) is the product resulting from coating a soluble zinc salt with polysaccharides. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of zinc. It shall also be labelled with the name of the material from which the polysaccharides are derived.
  • 6.87 
    Zinc proteinate (IFN 6-09-897) is the product resulting from the chelation of a soluble zinc salt with amino acids, partially hydrolyzed protein or both. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum percent of zinc.
  • 6.88 
    Zinc sulfate heptahydrate ZnSO4.7H2O (IFN 6-20-729) is the heptahydrated zinc salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of zinc and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron and lead per kilogram.
  • 6.89 
    Zinc sulfate monohydrate ZnSO4.H2O (IFN 6-05-555) is the monohydrated zinc salt of sulfuric acid. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum percent of zinc and maximum milligrams of arsenic, iron and lead per kilogram.

Class 7. Vitamin Products and Yeast Products

  • 7.1 
    Vitamin Products
    • 7.1.1 
      p-Aminobenzoic acid (IFN 7-03-513) is para-aminobenzoic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of para-aminobenzoic acid per kilogram.
    • 7.1.2 
      Ascorbic acid (IFN 7-00-433) is vitamin C. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of ascorbic acid per kilogram.
    • 7.1.3 
      Betaine hydrochloride (IFN 7-00-722) is the hydrochloride of betaine. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of betaine hydrochloride per kilogram.
    • 7.1.4 
      d-Biotin (IFN 7-00-723) is hexahydro-2-oxo- 1H-thieno 3,4-d imidazole-4-pentanoic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of d-biotin per kilogram.
    • 7.1.5 
      Calcium d-pantothenate (IFN 7-01-079) is the calcium salt of d-pantothenic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of calcium d-pantothenate per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of d-pantothenic acid per kilogram.
    • 7.1.6 
      Calcium d1-pantothenate (IFN 7-17-904) is the calcium salt of racemic d1-pantothenic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of calcium d1-pantothenate per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of d-pantothenic acid per kilogram.
    • 7.1.7 
      Choline chloride solution (IFN 7-17-881) is an aqueous solution of choline chloride. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of choline chloride per kilogram.
    • 7.1.8 
      Choline chloride with carrier (IFN 7-17-900) is aqueous choline chloride applied to a suitable carrier. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum milligrams of choline chloride per kilogram and maximum percent moisture. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of choline per kilogram.
    • 7.1.9 
      Fish oil (IFN 7-01-965) is oil of fish origin used as a source of vitamins A and D. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum international units of vitamin A and minimum international units of vitamin D per kilogram.
    • 7.1.10 
      Folic acid (or Folacin) (IFN 7-02-066) is N-[4-[[(2-amino-1,4-dihydro-4-oxo-6-pteridinyl)methyl]amino] benzoyl]-L-glutamic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of folic acid per kilogram.
    • 7.1.11 
      Inositol (IFN 7-09-354) is cyclohexanehexol, also referred to as i-inositol or meso-inositol. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of inositol per kilogram.
    • 7.1.12 
      Menadione dimethylpyrimidinol bisulphite (IFN 7-08-102) is the dimethylpyrimidinol salt of menadione. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of menadione per kilogram.
    • 7.1.13 
      Menadione sodium bisulphite (IFN 7-03-077) is the addition product of menadione and sodium bisulphite containing not less than 50 percent of menadione. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of menadione per kilogram.
    • 7.1.14 
      Menadione sodium bisulphite complex (IFN 7-03-078) is the bisulphite salt of menadione. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of menadione per kilogram.
    • 7.1.15 
      Niacin (or Nicotinic acid) (IFN 7-03-219) is 3-pyridinecarboxylic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of niacin per kilogram.
    • 7.1.16 
      Niacinamide (or Nicotinamide) (IFN 7-03-215) is the amide of nicotinic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of niacinamide per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of niacin per kilogram.
    • 7.1.17 
      Pyridoxine hydrochloride (IFN 7-03-822) is the hydrochloride of pyridoxine. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of pyridoxine hydrochloride per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of pyridoxine per kilogram.
    • 7.1.18 
      Riboflavin (IFN 7-03-920) is 7,8-dimethyl-10-(D-ribo-2,3,4,5-tetrahydro xypentyl) isoalloxazine. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of riboflavin per kilogram.
    • 7.1.19 
      Riboflavin-5’-phosphate sodium (IFN 7-17-901) is the sodium salt of the phosphate ester of riboflavin. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of riboflavin-5’-phosphate sodium per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of riboflavin per kilogram.
    • 7.1.20 
      Thiamine hydrochloride (IFN 7-04-828) is the hydrochloride of thiamine. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of thiamine hydrochloride per kilogram.
    • 7.1.21 
      Thiamine mononitrate (IFN 7-04-829) is the mononitrate of thiamine. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of thiamine mononitrate per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of thiamine hydrochloride per kilogram.
    • 7.1.22 
      Vitamin B12 (IFN 7-05-146) is cyanocobalamin. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of vitamin B12 per kilogram.
    • 7.1.23 
      Sodium ascorbate (IFN 7-00-433) is the sodium salt of ascorbic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of sodium ascorbate per kilogram. It shall also be labelled with a statement indicating the equivalent minimum milligrams of ascorbic acid per kilogram.
  • 7.2 
    Yeast Products
    • 7.2.1 
      Yeast active dehydrated (IFN 7-05-524) is yeast that has been dried in such a manner as to preserve a large portion of its fermenting power. It shall not contain added cereal or filler. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 7.2.2 
      Yeast brewers dehydrated (IFN 7-05-527) is dried, non-fermentative, non-extracted yeast of the botanical classification Saccharomyces resulting as a by-product from the brewing of beer and ale. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 7.2.3 
      Yeast culture dehydrated (IFN 7-05-520) is the dried product composed of yeast and the medium in which it is grown, dried in such a manner as to preserve the fermenting activity of the yeast. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture. The medium shall be stated on the label.
    • 7.2.4 
      Yeast irradiated dehydrated (IFN 7-05-529) is dried, non-fermentative yeast that has been subjected to ultraviolet rays in order to produce antirachitic potency. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 7.2.5 
      Yeast primary dehydrated (IFN 7-05-533) is dried, non-fermentative yeast of the botanical classification Saccharomyces that is separated from the medium in which it is propagated. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.
    • 7.2.6 
      Yeast torula dehydrated (IFN 7-05-534) is dried, non-fermentative yeast of the botanical classification Torulopsis that is separated from the medium in which it is propagated. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum crude protein, maximum crude fibre and maximum moisture.

Class 8. Miscellaneous Products

  • 8.1 
    Acetic acid (IFN 8-19-655) is ethanoic acid.
  • 8.2 
    Animal bone collagen hydrolyzed (IFN 8-16-472) is the dried ground collagen colloid obtained after removal of the fat and minerals from the hydrolysis of clean undecomposed ground beef bone under heat and pressure. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds as a pelleting aid. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de médicaments acceptables avec ce produit. »

  • 8.3 
    Ascorbyl palmitate (IFN 8-26-245) is 6-hexadecanoate L-ascorbic acid.
  • 8.4 
    Barley malt flour dehydrated (or Dried barley malt flour or Malted barley flour of Malt diastase) (IFN 8-16-303) is obtained by milling cleaned malted barley for the production of diastase. It shall be labelled with guarantees for minimum amylase enzyme activity.
  • 8.5 
    Bentonite calcium (IFN 8-00-695) is a naturally occurring mineral consisting primarily of montmorillonite (a tri-layered aluminum silicate). It contains calcium as the predominant available or exchange ion. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds as an anticaking agent or pelleting aid in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent antiagglutinant ou de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 2 pour cent de la ration totale. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de médicaments acceptables avec ce produit. »

    It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum calcium and maximum moisture.

  • 8.6 
    Bentonite sodium (IFN 8-14-512) is a naturally occurring mineral consisting primarily of montmorillonite (a tri-layered aluminum silicate). It contains sodium as the predominant available or exchange ion. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds as an anticaking agent or pelleting aid in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent antiagglutinant ou de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 2 pour cent de la ration totale. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de médicaments acceptables avec ce produit. »

    It shall also be labelled with guarantees for minimum sodium and maximum moisture.

  • 8.7 
    Benzoic acid (IFN 8-26-244) is benzenecarboxylic acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a preservative in an amount not to exceed 0.1 percent.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de conservation en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,1 pour cent. »

  • 8.8 
    Brilliant blue FCF Lake (or FD & C Blue No. 1 Lake) (IFN 8-15-911) is the disodium salt of N-ethyl-N-(4-((4-(ethyl((3-sulfophenyl)methyl)amino) phenyl)methylene)-2,5-cyclohadien-1-ylidene)-3-sulfo*-benzenemethanaminium hydroxide inner salt and is a coloring agent. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum primary dye content.
  • 8.9 
    Butylated hydroxyanisole (IFN 8-01-044) is 2-5-butyl-4-methoxy phenol. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an antioxidant at a level not to exceed 0.02 percent (butylated hydroxyanisole plus butylated hydroxytoluene) of the fat or oil content of the feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme antioxydant en quantité totale (hydroxyanisole butylique plus hydroxytoluène butylique) ne devant pas dépasser 0,02 pour cent de la teneur totale en matières grasses ou en huile de l’aliment du bétail. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum butylated hydroxyanisole.

  • 8.10 
    Butylated hydroxytoluene (IFN 8-01-045) is 2,6-di-tert-butyl para cresol. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an antioxidant at a level not to exceed 0.02 percent (butylated hydroxyanisole plus butylated hydroxytoluene) of the fat or oil content of the feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme antioxydant en quantité totale (hydroxyanisole butylique plus hydroxytoluène butylique) ne devant pas dépasser 0,02 pour cent de la teneur totale en matières grasses ou en huile de l’aliment du bétail. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum butylated hydroxytoluene.

  • 8.11 
    Calcium acetate (IFN 8-15-814) is the calcium salt of acetic acid.
  • 8.12 
    Calcium propionate (IFN 8-01-085) is the calcium salt of propionic acid. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum calcium propionate.
  • 8.13 
    Calcium silicate CaSiO3 (IFN 8-08-043) is the calcium salt of silicic acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an anticaking agent in feeds in an amount not to exceed two percent of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent antiagglutinant dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser deux pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.14 
    Calcium stearate Ca(C18H35O4)2 (IFN 8-09-345) is the calcium salt of octadecanoic acid.
  • 8.15 
    Citric acid (IFN 8-01-233) is 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid.
  • 8.16 
    Diatomaceous earth (IFN 8-09-363) consists of siliceous skeletal material derived from various species of diatoms. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an inert carrier or anticaking agent in feeds in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme support inerte ou agent antiagglutinant dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser deux pour cent de la ration totale. »

  • 8.17 
    Disodium EDTA C10H14O8N2Na22H2O (or Disodium ethylene diamine tetraacetate) (IFN 8-05-689) is N,N’-1,2-Ethanediylbis (N-(carboxymethyl) glycine) disodium salt. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a sequestering or chelating agent in an amount not to exceed 0.024 percent of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent séquestrant ou chélateur, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,024 pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.18 
    Ethoxyquin (IFN 8-01-841) is 1,2-dihydro-6 ethoxy- 2,2,4-tri-methylquinoline. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an antioxidant in feeds in an amount not to exceed 0.015 percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme antioxydant dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,015 pour cent de la ration totale. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum ethoxyquin.

  • 8.19 
    Ferric oxide (or Iron oxide) (IFN 6-02-431) is the anhydrous oxide of iron present in several valancies and colours generally expressed as Fe2O3 (trivalent).
  • 8.20 
    Formic acid HCOOH (IFN 8-20-739) is an organic acid.
  • 8.21 
    Glycerol (or Glycerin) (IFN 8-19-674) is 1,2,3-propanetriol.
  • 8.22 
    Glycerol mono-oleate (IFN 8-15-844) is 9-octadecanoic acid mono-ester with 1,2,3-propanetriol.
  • 8.23 
    Glyceryl triacetate (or Triacetin) (IFN 8-19-675) is 1,2,3-propanetriol triacetate.
  • 8.24 
    Guar mucilage (or Guar gum) (IFN 4-28-796) is the substance obtained by grinding the endosperms derived from the plant source Cyamipsis tetragonolobus.
  • 8.25 
    Isoamyl alcohol (or Isopentyl alcohol) (IFN 8-15-919) is 3-methyl-1-butanol.
  • 8.26 
    Isopropyl alcohol (or Isopropanol) (IFN 8-15-850) is 2-propanol.
  • 8.27 
    DL-Lactic acid CH3CH(OH)COOH (IFN 8-26-409) is 2-hydroxypropanoic acid.
  • 8.28 
    Lactobacillus culture dehydrated (IFN 8-06-174) is the dried product composed of homo-fermentative lactic acid-producing Lactobacillus species and the medium in which it is grown, dried in such a manner as to preserve the viability of the Lactobacillus bacteria. The Lactobacillus culture shall not be affected with any communicable disease which would render it unsuitable for importation into Canada pursuant to section 7 of the Animal Disease and Protection Regulations. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use only as a component of a silage additive to aid in the production of lactic acid or to lower the pH of the ensiled plant materials.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à n’être utilisé que comme composant d’un additif ajouté aux fourrages ensilés pour aider la production d’acide lactique ou réduire le pH des végétaux ensilés. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for the minimum number of colony-forming units per unit weight.

  • 8.29 
    Lignin sulfonate condensed (IFN 8-29-786) consists of either one or a combination of the ammonium, calcium, magnesium or sodium salts of the extract of spent sulfite liquor derived from the sulfite digestion of wood of abaca (Musa textilis). The moisture content of this product shall not exceed 50 percent by weight. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds as a pelleting aid in amounts calculated on a dry weight basis not to exceed four percent of the finished pellets. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product. or”;

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser quatre pour cent dans les agglomérés finis. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de médicaments acceptables avec ce produit. »

    It shall also be labelled with guarantees for maximum ash and minimum total solids.

  • 8.30 
    Lignin sulfonate dehydrated (IFN 8-02-627) consists of either one or a combination of the ammonium, calcium, magnesium or sodium salts of the extract of spent sulfite liquor derived from the sulfite digestion of wood of abaca (Musa textilis). It is dried by thermal means so that the moisture content does not exceed 6 percent by weight. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds as a pelleting aid in amounts calculated on a dry weight basis not to exceed four percent of the finished pellets. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product. or;

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser quatre pour cent dans les agglomérés finis. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de médicaments acceptables avec ce produit. »

    It shall also be labelled with guarantees for maximum ash and maximum moisture.

  • 8.31 
    Magnesium stearate Mg(C18H35O2)2 (IFN 8-17-908) is the magnesium salt of octadecanoic acid.
  • 8.32 
    Methylparaben (or Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate) (IFN 8-03-088) is 4-hydroxybenzoic acid methyl ester. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a mold inhibitor in feeds in an amount not to exceed 0.1 percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme inhibiteur de moisissure dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,1 pour cent de la ration totale. »

  • 8.33 
    Mineral Oil (IFN 8-03-123) is a refined petroleum product. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an aid in dust control and as a lubricant in an amount not to exceed three percent in mineral premixes and mineral feeds and at a level not to exceed 0.06 percent of the complete feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé pour réduire la poussière et comme lubrifiant, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser trois pour cent dans les mélanges de minéraux et les aliments minéraux, et 0,06 pour cent de l’aliment complet. »

    It shall also be labelled to indicate the viscosity in centistokes at 40°C and to indicate freedom from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

  • 8.34 
    Mono- and diglycerides of edible fats or oils (or Mono- and diglycerides) (IFN 8-07-251) consists of a mixture of monoglycerides and diglycerides.
  • 8.35 
    Perlite (IFN 8-26-242) is the expanded, powdered form of a glassy volcanic rock, consisting of fused sodium potassium aluminum silicate. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in an amount not to exceed four percent of the finished material.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé en quantité ne devant pas dépasser quatre pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.36 
    Polyethylene glycol 400 mono and di-oleate (or PEG 400 mono and di-oleate) (IFN 8-09-348) is the polyethylene glycol salt of mono and di-oleic acid or both. Polyethylene glycol is expressed as H(OCH2CH2)nOH, where the average n value is between 8.2 and 9.1.
  • 8.37 
    Polysorbate 60 (or Tween 60) (IFN 8-08-032) is polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan mono-stearate.
  • 8.38 
    Polysorbate 80 (or Tween 80) (IFN 8-08-031) is polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan mono-oleate.
  • 8.39 
    Polyvinylpyrrolidone (IFN 8-16-023) is a synthetic water soluble polymer consisting essentially of linear 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone groups. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a solubilizer, stabilizer and viscosity modifier in solutions and suspensions.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de solubilisation, stabilisant et modificateur de viscosité dans les solutions et dans les suspensions. »

  • 8.40 
    Potassium sorbate (IFN 8-03-761) is the potassium salt of 2,4-hexadienoic acid.
  • 8.41 
    Propionic acid CH3CH2COOH (IFN 8-03-807) is an organic acid.
  • 8.42 
    n-Propyl alcohol (IFN 8-15-858) is 1-propanol.
  • 8.43 
    Propylene glycol (IFN 8-03-809) is 1,2-propanediol.
  • 8.44 
    Propyl gallate (IFN 8-03-808) is the n-propyl ester of 3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an antioxidant at a level not to exceed 0.02 percent of the fat or oil content of the feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme antioxydant, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,02 pour cent du contenu total en gras ou en huile de l’aliment du bétail. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum propyl gallate.

  • 8.45 
    Propylparaben (or Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate) (IFN 8-03-810) is 4-hydroxybenzoic acid propyl ester. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a mold inhibitor in feeds in an amount not to exceed 0.1 percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme inhibiteur de moisissure dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,1 pour cent de la ration totale. »

  • 8.46 
    Saccharin sodium (IFN 8-04-103) is an organic compound containing sodium generally expressed as C7H4NNaO3S. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This non-nutritive sweetener shall not be used in lactating dairy feeds.”; or

    « Cet aromatisant, sans valeur nutritive, ne doit pas être utilisé dans les aliments destinés aux vaches laitières en lactation. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum sodium saccharin.

  • 8.47 
    Seaweed meal whole dehydrated (or Dried seaweed meal) (IFN 1-08-073) is the product resulting from drying and grinding non-toxic macroscopic marine algae (marine plants) of the families Gelidiaceae, Gigartinaceae, Gracilariaceae, Solieriaceae, Palmariaceae, Bangiaceae, Laminariaceae, Lessoniaceae, Alariaceae, Fucaceae, Sargassaceae, Monostromataceae and Ulvaceae. The family or families must be listed after the name Seaweed Meal. It shall be labelled with guarantees for maximum percent salt (NaC1), maximum percent crude fibre, maximum percent iodine, maximum percent sulfate and minimum percent potassium.
  • 8.48 
    Silica gel (IFN 8-15-816) is the dehydrated gel produced by mixing sodium or potassium silicate solution with an acid solution.
  • 8.49 
    Silicon dioxide SiO2 (IFN 8-08-034) is silicic anhydride. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an anticaking agent or grinding aid in feeds in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme antiagglutinant ou adjuvant de mouture dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser deux pour cent de la ration totale. »

  • 8.50 
    Sodium acetate (IFN 8-15-817) is the sodium salt of acetic acid.
  • 8.51 
    Sodium aluminosilicate (IFN 8-08-101) shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a flowing agent or anticaking agent in an amount not to exceed two percent of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent fluidifiant ou antiagglomérant, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser deux pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.52 
    Sodium benzoate (IFN 8-04-271) is the sodium salt of benzoic acid. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a mold inhibitor in feeds in an amount not to exceed 0.1 percent of the total diet.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme inhibiteur de moisissure dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,1 pour cent de la ration totale. »

  • 8.53 
    Sodium carboxymethylcellulose (or Sodium cellulose glycolate) (IFN 8-08-100) is the sodium salt of carboxymethylcellulose not less than 99.5 percent on a dry weight basis. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a stabilizer in an amount not to exceed two percent in the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de stabilisation, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 2 pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.54 
    Sodium citrate (IFN 8-19-656) is the sodium salt of citric acid.
  • 8.55 
    Sodium diacetate CH3COONa.CH3COOH (IFN 8-15-815) is the sodium salt of acetic acid in a 1:2 ratio.
  • 8.56 
    Sodium ferrocyanide (IFN 8-05-697) is yellow prussiate of soda. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an anticaking agent in salt in an amount not to exceed 0.0013 percent (13 ppm).”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé dans le sel comme antiagglutinant, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,0013 pour cent (13 ppm). »

  • 8.57 
    Sodium hydroxide solution NaOH (IFN 8-19-657) is an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum sodium hydroxide.
  • 8.58 
    Sodium propionate CH3CH2COONa (IFN 8-04-289) is the sodium salt of propionic acid.
  • 8.59 
    Sorbic acid (IFN 8-04-297) is 2,4-hexadienoic acid.
  • 8.60 
    Sorbitol (IFN 8-16-024) is a substance prepared industrially from glucose by high pressure hydrogenation or by electrolytic reduction.
  • 8.61 
    Streptococcus culture dehydrated (IFN 8-16-285) is the dried product composed of homo-fermentative lactic acid-producing Streptococcus species and the medium in which it is grown, dried in such a manner as to preserve the viability of the Streptococcus bacteria. The Streptococcus culture shall not be affected with any communicable disease which would render it unsuitable for importation into Canada pursuant to section 7 of the Animal Disease and Protection Regulations. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use only as a component of a silage additive to aid in the production of lactic acid or to lower the pH of the ensiled plant materials.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à n’être utilisé que comme composant d’un additif ajouté aux fourrages ensilés pour aider la production d’acide lactique ou réduire le pH des végétaux ensilés. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for the minimum number of colony-forming units per unit weight.

  • 8.62 
    L-Tartaric acid HO2CCH(OH)CH(OH)CO2H (IFN 8-19-658) is L-2, 3-dihydroxybutanedioic acid.
  • 8.63 
    Tartrazine Lake (or FD & C Yellow No. 5 Lake) (IFN 8-15-912) is the trisodium salt of 4,5-dihydro-5-oxo-1-(4-sulfophenyl)-4-((4-sulfophenyl)azo)-1H-pyrazole-3-carboxylic acid and is a colouring agent. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum primary dye content.
  • 8.64 
    Tumeric, tubers, dehydrated (IFN 8-29-671) is the dried rhizome derived from the plant source Curcuma longa and is a colouring agent.
  • 8.65 
    Urea formaldehyde (IFN 8-08-995) is the condensed product of urea and formaldehyde. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a coating for feed grade urea in feeds for ruminants in an amount not to exceed one percent of the finished material.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé pour enrober l’urée de qualité fourragère ajoutée aux aliments des ruminants, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser un pour cent du produit fini. »

  • 8.66 
    Verxite, granules (or Hydrobiotite or Magnesium-aluminum-iron silicate) (IFN 8-08-993) is a magnesium-iron-aluminum silicate containing a minimum of 98 percent hydrobiotite. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in an amount not to exceed five percent of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé en quantité ne devant pas dépasser cinq pour cent de l’aliment fini. »

  • 8.67 
    Xanthan gum (IFN 8-15-818) is a polysaccharide gum derived from a non-pathogenic strain of the microorganism Xathomonas campestris, purified by recovery with isopropyl alcohol. The dominant hexose units are d-glucose, d-mannose and d-glucuronic acid as the sodium, potassium or calcium salts. It shall be free from viable microbial cells. It shall not contain more than 750 parts per million residual isopropyl alcohol. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as an emulsifier, stabilizer or thickener in feeds in an amount not to exceed 0.1 percent in calf milk replacer and 0.25 percent in liquid feed supplements for ruminant animals.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme émulsifiant, stabilisant ou épaississeur dans les aliments du bétail, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,1 pour cent dans les aliments d’allaitement pour veaux et 0,25 pour cent dans les suppléments liquides pour ruminants. »

PART II

Class 1. Dry Forage and Roughage Products

No entries

Class 2. Pasture, Range Plants and Forages Fed Green

No entries

Class 3. Silages

No entries

Class 4. Energy Feeds

No entries

Class 5. Protein Feeds

  • 5.1 
    [Repealed, SOR/97-151, s. 14]
  • 5.2 
    [Repealed, SOR/2000-184, s. 53]

Class 6. Mineral Products

No entries

Class 7. Vitamin Products and Yeast Products

  • 7.1 
    [Repealed, SOR/97-151, s. 16]
  • 7.2 
    Beta-carotene (IFN 7-01-134) is beta-carotene formulated in an organic matrix. It is a vitamin A precursor for all species except mink. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of beta-carotene per kilogram.
  • 7.3 
    Vitamin A (IFN 7-05-142) is an acetate ester, a palmitate ester, a propionate ester or a mixture of these esters of retinol formulated in an organic matrix. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum international units of vitamin A per kilogram.
  • 7.4 
    Vitamin D3 (IFN 7-05-699) is cholecalciferol formulated in an organic matrix. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum international units of vitamin D3 per kilogram.
  • 7.5 
    Vitamin E (IFN 7-05-150) is an acetate ester, a succinate ester or a mixture of these esters of dl-alpha tocopherol adsorbed on a carrier or formulated in an organic matrix. It shall be labelled with a guarantee for minimum international units of vitamin E per kilogram.

Class 8. Miscellaneous Products

  • 8.1 
    [Repealed, SOR/97-151, s. 17]
  • 8.2 
    Beta-apo-8’-carotenoic acid ethyl ester (IFN 8-16-287) is a naturally occurring carotenoid formulated in an organic matrix. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a coloring agent in fish and poultry feeds at a rate not to exceed 30 grams/tonne of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de coloration dans des aliments de la volaille et du poisson, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 30 grammes/tonne de l’aliment fini. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of beta-apo-8’-carotenoic acid ethyl ester per kilogram.

  • 8.3 
    Canthaxanthin (IFN 8-16-286) is a naturally occurring carotenoid formulated in an organic matrix. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use as a coloring agent in fish and poultry feeds at a rate not to exceed 30 grams/tonne of the finished feed.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de coloration dans des aliments de la volaille et du poisson, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 30 grammes/tonne de l’aliment fini. »

    It shall also be labelled with a guarantee for minimum milligrams of canthaxanthin per kilogram.

  • 8.4 
    Polymethylolcarbamide (IFN 8-16-584) is pulverulent sprya-dried urea-formaldehyde resin in a urea: formaldehyde molar ratio of 1:1.6 to 1:2. It shall not contain more than four percent free formaldehyde. It shall be labelled with one or both of the following statements:

    “This product is for use in feeds for ruminants and meat producing poultry as a pelleting aid in amounts not to exceed 0.3 percent of the finished pellets. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities with this product.”; or

    « Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé comme agent de pelletisation dans les aliments du bétail pour des ruminants et volailles aux fins de production de viande, en quantité ne devant pas dépasser 0,3 pour cent dans les agglomérés complets. Consulter le Recueil des notices sur les substances médicatrices pour connaître les compatibilités de ce produit avec les médicaments. »

  • SOR/87-261, ss. 1 to 4;
  • SOR/90-73, s. 24;
  • SOR/93-232, s. 2(E);
  • SOR/95-548, s. 3;
  • SOR/97-151, ss. 12 to 17;
  • SOR/2000-184, s. 53.

SCHEDULE V(ss. 2, 5, 14 and 18)

PART I

Column IColumn IIColumn III
International Feed NameCommon Name(s)IFN
1.1Acetaldehyde
  • Ethanal
  • Acetic aldehyde
8-17-920
1.2AcetoinAcetyl methyl carbinol8-18-619
1.32’-AcetonaphthoneMethyl beta-naphtyl ketone8-15-854
1.4Acetophenone8-17-858
1.52-Acetyl pyridineMethyl-2-pyridyl-ketone8-16-620
1.62-Acetyl thiazole8-18-584
1.7Allyl-3-cyclohexyl propionateAllyl cyclohexane propionate8-18-314
1.8Allyl hexanoate
  • Allyl caproate
  • Allyl capronate
  • 2-Propenyl hexanoate
8-18-312
1.9Allyl phenoxyacetateAcetate PA8-18-311
1.10Anethole8-17-860
1.11Anisaldehyde
  • Anisic aldehyde
  • Aubepine
8-17-861
1.12Anise, oil8-17-846
1.13Anise seedsAniseed8-00-416
1.14Anisyl acetatep-Methoxybenzyl acetate8-18-585
1.15Apple, wildcrab, peelings extract, condensed
  • Apple extract
  • Apple flavor isolates
8-19-660
2.1Balsam, Peru, bark extractPeru Balsam extract8-19-687
2.2Balsam, Peru, oil8-17-855
2.3Benzaldehyde, free from chlorine8-17-862
2.4Benzyl acetate8-17-922
2.5Benzyl alcohol8-17-863
2.6Benzyl benzoate8-15-824
2.7Benzyl isovalerateBenzyl 3-methyl butyrate8-18-622
2.8Benzyl phenyl acetateBenzyl alpha toluate8-18-586
2.9Benzyl propionate8-18-587
2.10Beta gamma hexenol8-18-588
2.11Birch, sweet, oil8-15-826
2.12Bois de rose, oilRosewood oil8-17-842
2.13ButanedioneDiacetyl8-17-866
2.14Butter acids8-15-827
2.15Butter esters8-18-576
2.16n-Butyl acetate8-15-913
2.17Butyl isovalerate8-18-589
2.18Butyl o-butyryl-lactate8-15-828
2.19Butyl lactate8-17-923
2.204-butyl-1,4- octanolactone
  • 4,4-Dibutyl-y- butyrolactone
  • 4-Butyl-4-octanolide
8-18-807
2.21Butyric acid8-17-864
2.221,4-butyrolactoneGamma-butyro-lactone8-18-623
3.1CapsicumPaprika8-17-838
3.2Caramel8-18-933
3.3Caraway, oil8-18-808
3.4Caraway seeds8-01-131
3.5Carob bean, oil
  • St. John’s bread
  • Locust bean oil
8-17-843
3.6Carvonep-Mentha-6, 8-dien-2-one8-18-624
3.7Celery seed, oleoresin8-18-934
3.8CinnamaldehydeCinnamic aldehyde8-17-865
3.9Cinnamon, Ceylon8-17-844
3.10Cinnamon, Ceylon, oil8-17-911
3.11Cinnamon, Chinese, bark, oilCassia oil8-15-829
3.12Cinnamyl acetate8-18-625
3.13Cinnamyl alcoholCinnamic alcohol8-19-665
3.14Cinnamyl isobutyrate8-15-830
3.15Cinnamyl phenyl-acetateCinnamyl alpha-toluate8-18-590
3.16Citral
  • Geranial
  • Neral
8-19-666
3.17Clove, oil8-17-912
3.18Cocoa powder8-17-909
3.19Coriander, oil8-17-913
3.20Cormint oil8-18-627
3.21Cumin, fruit, dehydrated8-19-667
3.22Cyclohexyl acetate8-19-668
3.23Cyclohexyl butyrate8-18-313
4.1Decanal
  • Capric aldehyde
  • Aldehyde C-10
8-15-831
4.2Decanoic acidn-Capric acid8-19-663
4.31,4-decanolactoneGamma-decalactone 4- decanolide8-18-591
4.41,5-Decanolactonedelta-Decalactone8-17-924
4.5Decyl acetate
  • Acetate C-10
  • Decanyl acetate
8-18-306
4.6Diethyl malonateEthyl malonate8-18-592
4.7Diethyl succinate8-15-832
4.83,4-DihydrocoumarinBenzodihydropyrone8-15-833
4.95,7-Dihydro-2-methyl- thieno’ (3,4d) pyrimidineThienylpyrimidine8-18-628
4.10Dill seeds8-18-809
4.11p-DimethoxybenzeneDimethyl hydroquinone8-15-834
4.122,6 Dimethoxy phenol8-18-629
4.131,2-dimethoxy-4-propenyl benzene
  • Iso-eugenyl methyl ether
  • o-Methyl iso-eugenol
8-18-593
4.14Dimethyl disulphide8-15-835
4.152,6-Dimethyl-5-heptenalMelonal8-18-630
4.162,5-Dimethyl-4-hydroxy- 2,3-dihydrofuran-3- one4-Hydroxy-2,5-dimethyl- furan-3-one8-18-594
4.173,7-Dimethyl oct-6-en-1- olCitronellal8-18-595
4.183,7-Dimethyl-octa- 2,6-dien-1-yl isobutyrateGeranyl isobutyrate8-18-596
4.191,1-dimethyl-2-phenyl- ethyl acetateDimethyl benzyl carbinyl acetate8-18-597
4.202,5 DimethylpyrazineGlycoline Ketine8-18-598
4.212,6-Dimethylpyrazine8-18-599
4.22Dimethyl sulfide8-18-866
4.23Dipentened-Limonene8-19-682
4.24Dodecan-1-ol
  • Alcohol C-12
  • Lauryl alcohol
  • Dodecyl alcohol
8-18-631
4.251,5 Dodecanolactonedelta-Dodecalactone8-17-925
4.26Dodecyl acetate
  • Dodecanyl acetate
  • Acetate C-12
  • Lauryl acetate
8-18-305
5.11,8 Epoxy-p menthaneEucalyptol8-18-635
5.23-Ethoxy-4-hydroxy- benzaldehyde
  • Ethyl protal
  • Ethyl vanillin
8-7-932
5.32-Ethoxy naphthalene
  • Nerolin bromelia
  • b-Naphthyl ethyl ether bromelia
8-18-316
5.4Ethyl acetate8-17-926
5.5Ethyl acetoacetate
  • Acetoacetic ester
  • Ethyl beta-ketobutyrate
  • Ethyl-3-oxobutanoate
8-18-317
5.6Ethyl acrylateEthyl propenoate8-18-632
5.7Ethyl anthranilateEthyl o-aminobenzoate8-17-927
5.8Ethyl benzoylacetateBenzoylacetate8-18-600
5.9Ethyl benzoate8-17-928
5.10Ethyl butyrate8-17-867
5.11Ethyl cinnamate8-15-836
5.12Ethyl formate8-17-929
5.13Ethyl heptanoate
  • Ethyl oenanthate
  • Oenanthic ether
8-17-869
5.14Ethyl hexanoateEthyl caproate8-15-837
5.152-Ethyl-3-hydroxy-4- pyroneEthyl maltol8-17-930
5.16Ethyl isovalerate8-19-669
5.17Ethyl lactate8-17-868
5.182-Ethyl-3,5(6) dimethyl pyrazine8-18-633
5.19Ethyl 2-methyl-butyrate8-15-914
5.202-Ethyl-3-methyl pyrazine8-18-308
5.21Ethyl nononoateEthyl pelargonate8-18-634
5.22Ethyl octanoateEthyl caprylate8-15-838
5.23Ethyl phenyl acetate8-15-839
5.24Ethyl 3-phenylglycidate8-15-840
5.25Ethyl propionate8-17-931
5.26Ethyl salicylateEthyl o-hydroxy-benzoate8-15-841
5.27Ethyl n-valerate8-15-842
5.28Eugenol8-17-933
6.1Fennel seedsFennel8-01-855
6.2Fenugreek oleoresine8-18-636
6.3Fenugreek seeds8-01-856
6.4Fenugreek seed, extract8-19-670
6.5Fusel oil, refined8-15-915
7.1Garlic8-17-845
7.2Garlic, oil8-17-914
7.3Geraniol8-17-870
7.4Geranyl acetateGeranoil acetate8-19-671
7.5Geranyl butyrate3,7-dimethyl-octa- 2,6-dienyl butyrate8-18-577
7.6Geranyl formate3,7-dimethyl-octa- 2,6-dien-1-yl formate8-18-575
7.7Geranyl isovalerate8-19-672
7.8Geranyl propionate8-15-916
7.9Geranyl valerate8-15-843
7.10Ginger, oleoresin8-19-673
7.11Ginger tubers dehydratedGinger8-02-122
7.12GlycyrrhizaLicorice8-17-840
7.13Glycyrrhiza extract powderLicorice extract powder8-19-676
7.14Guaiacol
  • o-Hydroxyanisole
  • o-Methoxyphenol
8-18-601
8.1Hemlock, oilOil of spruce8-17-915
8.2Heptan-4-one
  • Dipropyl ketone
  • 4-Heptanone
8.3cis Hept-4-enalcis-4-Heptenal8-18-307
8.4Heptan-2-oneMethyl amyl ketone8-15-917
8.51,4-HeptanolactoneGamma heptalactone8-18-935
8.6Heptyl acetate8-15-845
8.7Hexanal
  • Aldehyde C-6
  • Caproic aldehyde
  • Hexoic aldehyde
  • n-Caproaldehyde
8-18-637
8.8Trans-2-hexanalTranshex-2-enal8-18-638
8.9Hexane 2,3-dioneAcetyl butyryl8-18-639
8.10Hexanoic acidn-Caproic acid8-17-936
8.11Hex-3-enalCis-3-hexenal8-18-582
8.121,4 Hexanolactone
  • Ethyl butyrolactone
  • Gamma-hexalactone
8-18-640
8.13Hex-3-en-1-olLeaf alcohol8-17-874
8.14Hexyl acetate8-15-846
8.15n-Hexyl alcohol1-Hexanol8-15-918
8.16Hexyl hexanoateHexyl caproate8-18-602
Hexyl capronate
8.174(4-Hydroxy- phenyl)-butan-2-onep-Hydroxy benzyl acetone8-18-603
9.1Indole
  • 1-Benzarole
  • 2,3-Benzopyrrole
8-18-309
9.2Alpha-Ionone8-15-847
9.3Beta-Ionone8-19-678
9.4Isobornyl acetate2-Camphanyl acetate8-15-849
9.5Isobutyl acetate8-17-871
9.6Isobutyl phenylacetate8-18-641
9.7Isobutyraldehyde8-18-642
9.8Isopentyl acetate
  • Isoamyl acetate
  • Amylacetic ester
8-17-937
9.9Isopentyl formateIsoamyl formate8-19-679
9.10Isopentyl isovalerateIsoamyl isovalerate8-17-938
9.11Isopentyl proprionateIsoamyl propionate8-19-680
9.12Isopentyl salicylateIsoamyl salicylate8-19-681
9.134-Isopropyl benzaldehyde
  • Cuminaldehyde
  • Cuminic aldehyde
8-18-643
9.14Isobutyric acid8-17-872
9.15Isovaleraldehyde3-Methylbutyl aldehyde8-18-644
9.16Isovaleric acid8-17-873
10.1Juniperberry oil8-18-645
12.1Lemon, oil8-17-916
12.2Lime, oil8-17-847
12.3Linalool8-17-875
12.4Linalyl acetate8-17-876
12.5Linalyl formateLinalool formate8-19-683
12.6Linalyl propionate3,7-Dimethyl-1, 6- octadien-3-yl propanoate8-18-579
12.7Lovage root oil8-18-604
13.1Mace, oil8-18-605
13.2Maltol3-Hydroxy-2-methyl-4- pyrone8-17-939
13.3Mandarin oilTangerine oil8-18-304
13.4Marjoram, sweet8-17-917
13.54-(p-Methoxyphenyl) butan-2-oneRasberry ketone methylether Anisyl acetone8-15-851
13.62-Methoxy-4-phenol4-Vinyl guaiacol8-18-646
13.7p-Methylaceto- phenone4-methylaceto-phenone8-19-684
13.8Methyl anthranilate8-17-877
13.92-Methylbutyric acid2-Methylbutanoic acid8-18-606
13.103-Methylbutan-1-o1Isoamyl alcohol8-18-574
13.11Methyl cinnamate8-19-685
13.126-Methyl coumarin8-15-852
13.13Methylcyclopenten- oloneCyclotene 3-methyl cyclo-pentane-1,2- dione8-15-853
13.145-Methylhexan-2-oneIsoamyl methyl ketone8-15-848
13.15Methyl hexyl ketone2-Octanone8-19-677
13.16Methyl non-2-ynoate
  • Methyl octine carbonate
  • Methyl octyne carbonate
8-18-647
13.17Methyl oct-2-ynoateMethyl heptine carbonate8-18-607
13.184-Methyl-1-pentan-2-oneIsobutyl benzyl ketone8-18-648
13.19Methyl salicylate8-17-878
13.20Methyl thio butyrateMethane thio-n-butyrate8-18-608
13.213-Methylthiopro- pionaldehydeMethyl beta-mer- captopropionaldehyde8-19-686
13.22Monosodium glutamate8-09-347
13.23Musk ambrette8-17-940
14.1n-NonanalAldehyde C-98-15-920
14.2Gamma-nonalactoneAldehyde C-188-17-934
14.3Nutmeg, oil8-17-848
15.1n-Octanal
  • Aldehyde C-8
  • Caprylic aldehyde
8-15-921
15.2Octanoic acidn-Caprylic acid8-19-664
15.3Octan-1-ol
  • n-Octyl alcohol
  • Caprylic alcohol
  • Alcohol C-8
8-15-855
15.41,4-Octanolactone
  • Gamma octalactone
  • n-Octalactone
8-18-649
15.5Oct-1-en-3-olAmyl vinyl carbinol8-18-609
15.6Onion, oil8-17-853
15.7Orange, oil8-17-849
15.8Orange, oil, terpenes8-18-581
15.9Orange, oil, terpeneless8-18-810
16.11,15-pentadecanolactone
  • 15-pentadeconolide
  • Angelica lactone
  • Thibetolide
8-18-610
16.22,3-PentanedioneAcetyl propionyl8-18-310
16.3Pentyl acetateAmyl acetate8-15-819
16.4Pentyl benzoateAmyl benzoate8-18-611
16.5Pentyl butyrateAmyl butyrate8-17-859
16.6alpha-Pentyl cinnamaldehydealpha-Amyl cinnamaldehyde8-15-879
16.7Pentyl cinnamateAmyl cinnamate8-18-650
16.8Pentyl formateAmyl formate8-15-820
16.9Pentyl hexanoate
  • Amyl caproate
  • Amyl hexanoate
  • Pentyl caproate
8-18-612
16.10Pentyl isovalerateAmyl isovalerate8-18-651
16.11Pentyl phenyl-acetateAmyl phenyl-acetate8-18-315
16.12Pentyl propionateAmyl propionate8-15-821
16.13Pentyl salicylateAmyl salicylate8-15-822
16.14Pentyl valerateAmyl valerate8-15-823
16.15Pepper, black8-17-841
16.16Pepper, black, oil8-19-662
16.17Pepper, black, oleoresin8-15-856
16.18Pepper, tabasco
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Chillies
8-13-365
16.19Peppermint8-17-854
16.20Peppermint, oil8-17-850
16.21Petitgrain, oil8-18-580
16.22alpha-Phellandrenep-Mentha-1,5-diene8-18-652
16.23Phenylacetic acidAlpha-Toluic acid8-15-857
16.244-Phenyl but-3-en-2-one
  • Benzylidene-acetone
  • Benzal acetone
8-19-661
16.252-Phenyl ethanol2-Phenyl-ethyl alcohol8-18-653
16.262-Phenyl ethyl acetatePhenyl ethyl acetate8-18-572
16.272-Phenyl ethyl phenyl acetate8-18-654
16.282-Phenyl ethyl propionate8-18-573
16.293-phenyl propionaldehydeHydrocinna-maldehyde8-18-655
16.301-Phenylpropan-1-ol
  • alpha-Ethyl-benzyl alcohol
  • Phenylethyl carbinol
8-15-922
16.313-Phenylpropan-1-ol
  • Benzyl ethyl alcohol
  • 3-Phenyl propyl alcohol
  • Hydrocinnamic alcohol
8-18-613
16.32Pimenta, oilAllspice oil8-17-851
16.33Pin-2-eneAlpha-pinene8-18-614
16.34Piperonaldehyde
  • Piperonal
  • Heliotropine
8-17-941
16.35Propan-1-oln-Propyl alcohol8-15-858
16.36Prop-2-enethiolAllyl mercaptan8-19-659
16.375-Propenyl guaethol
  • 2-Ethoxy-5-propenyl phenol
  • Cinnamyl methyl ketone
8-15-923
16.38Propyl acetate8-18-617
16.39Propyl benzoate8-18-618
18.1Rhodinol8-18-657
18.2Rum extractives8-15-859
19.1Sage8-17-918
19.2Skatole8-15-860
19.3Storax resinoidStyrax resinoid8-15-861
19.4Sugarcane molasses, extract, condensedMolasses extract8-19-688
20.1Alpha-Terpineol8-17-921
20.2Terpinyl acetatep-Menth-1-en-8-yl acetate8-18-578
20.35,6,7,8-Tetra- hydroquinoxalineCyclohexapyrazine8-18-812
20.4Thyme8-17-856
20.5Thyme, oil8-17-852
20.6p-Tolyl acetatep-Cresyl acetate8-18-615
20.7Tolualdehydes (mixed o,m,p, isomers)Tolyl aldehydes8-15-862
20.81-(2,6,6-trimethyl- cyclohex-2-enyl)- pent-1-en-3-one
  • Methyl-alpha-ionone
  • Methylionone alpha
8-18-658
20.92,3,5-Trimethyl pyrazine8-18-659
21.1Gamma-Undecalactone
  • Aldehyde-C14
  • Peach aldehyde
8-17-935
21.2Undecan-2-oneMethyl nonyl ketone8-18-583
22.1n-Valeric acidPentanoic acid8-19-689
22.2Vanilla, oleoresin8-17-857
22.3Vanilla pods with seeds, boiled, dehydrated, immatureVanilla8-19-691
22.4Vanillin8-17-879
22.5Veratraldehyde8-18-616
23.1Wintergreen oil8-15-826
25.1Yucca Mohave, extractYucca Schidigera extract8-19-700
25.2Yucca Mohave, sapYucca Schidigera sap8-18-811

PART II

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  • SOR/90-73, s. 25;
  • SOR/97-151, s. 18.