Transport of Casualty Farm Animals (PB1381)

Annex D. Indications of Unfitness for Human Consumption

71. Fresh meat (Hygiene and Inspection) Regulations 1992, Schedule 10, Part IX


Actinbacillosis (generalised) or actinomycosis (generalised)
Abnormal odour associated with disease or other conditions prejudicial to health or pronounced sexual odour
Anaemia (advanced)
Anthrax
Blackleg
Botulism
Bruising (extensive and severe)
Brucelosis (acute)
Caseous lymphadenitis (with emaciation)
Caseous Lymphadenitis (generalised)
Cysticercus bovis (generalised)
Cysticercus cellulosae
Cysticercus ovis (generalised)
Decomposition (generalised)
Emaciation
Enteritis (acute)
Fever
Foot and mouth disease
Glanders
Jaundice
Lymphadenitis (generalised)
Malignant catarrhal fever
Mastitis (acute septic)
Melanosis (generalised)
Metritis (acute septic)
Oedema (generalised)
Pericarditis (acute septic)
Peritonitis (acute diffuse septic)
Pleurisy (acute diffuse septic)
Pneumonia (acute septic)
Pyaemia (including joint-ill)
Rabies
Salmonellosis (acute)
Salmonellosis (generalised)
Sarcocysts (generalised)
Septicaemia
Swine erysipelas (acute)
Swine Fever
Tetanus
Toxaemia
Trichenellosis
Tuberculosis (generalised)
Tuberculosis with emaciation
Tumours (malignant with secondary growths or multiple)
Uraemia
Viraemia

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