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June, 17th, 6:00 PM = 18:00 Central Europe Time, hosted on Zoom
Webinar to be presented in English.
Over the last decades (more than 20 years), the European Commission has had to respond to a significant number of complaints, raised by breeders and operators carrying out breeding programmes, in relation to the national transposition and interpretation of Union legal acts on the breeding of animals in different member states. To ensure the uniform application of Union rules on breeding animals and to avoid obstacles to trade in breeding animals and their germinal products resulting from divergences in the national transposition, the zootechnical and genealogical conditions for trade in breeding animals and their germinal products and their entry into the Union are specified using the form of a regulation.
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18.00 – 18.05 h Welcome
18.05 – 18.35 h Bernhard Polten
18.35 – 18.50 h Hanna Grothmann
18.50 – 19.05 h Erik Mullaart
19.05 – 19.20 h Helene Quinton
19.20 – 19.30 h General discussion
Dr. Bernhard Polten will give an overview how a regulation for livestock breeding is developed and implemented in Europe. His talk will be followed by three shorter presentations given by Drs. Hanna Grothmann, Erik Mullaart and Helene Quinton representing Germany, the Netherlands and France. They will inform how the European regulations are translated into national law and how they handle it in their daily work. At the end, there will be time for a general discussion.
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