Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978


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First Schedule

Forms

Form 1

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

APPLICATION FOR A LICENCE OR
RENEWAL OF LICENCE


MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE 2,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

I/We………………………………………………………………………………
of ………………………………………………………………………………....

hereby apply for * a licence to use the premises for
* the renewal of my/our licence to use the premises described hereunder for the
* collection and processing of semen from cattle for general sale or use with respect to the collection, dilution, examination, chilling, freezing, storing, distribution, sale and use of semen,
* storage and sale of semen from cattle,
* transplantation of ova from cattle and any processes connected with production, handling, fertilization and storage of ova for sale or use.

Fee ……………………………………attached.

Address of premises………………………………………………………………

Description of premises…………....……………………………………………..

Dated this ……………………….. day of ……………………….. 19 …………


…………………………………………………….
(Signature of Applicant(s))
* Strike out whichever is not applicable.

Form 2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

LICENCE


MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE 2,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

. ……………………………………… of ………………………………………
(Name of Licensee(s)) (Address)

* is/are hereby licensed to use the premises described hereunder for the

* collection and processing of semen from cattle for general sale or use with respect to the processes of collecting, diluting, examining, chilling, freezing, storing, distribution, sale and use of semen,
* storage and sale of semen from cattle,
* transplantation of ova from cattle and any processes connected with production, handling, fertilization and storage of ova for sale or use.

Address of premises………………………………………………………………

Description of premises…………………………………………………………

This licence remains in force until ……………….……………………..19 .......
and is issued subject to the conditions prescribed by the Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965 as amended, and regulations made thereunder, and to the following conditions:


(Insert here any special conditions.)

Issued this ……………………………… day of ………………………19 ……

………………………………………
Minister for Agriculture 2.
* Strike out whichever is not applicable.

Form 3

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENCE


MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE 2,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

I/We………………………………………………………………………………
of………………………………………………………………………………….
being the holder(s) of a licence to use the premises described hereunder, hereby apply for the transfer of that licence to………………………………………….
of …………………………………………………………………………………

Address of premises ..…………………………………………………………...
licensed for the

* collection and processing of semen from cattle for general sale or use;
* storage and sale of semen;
* transplantation of or from cattle and any processes connected with the production, handling, fertilization and storage of ova for sale or use.

Date this ..………………… day of ..…………………………… 19 …………

Fee ……………………… attached.


..……………………………………………
Signature of Applicant(s).

..……………………………………………
Signature of Transferee(s).

* Strike out whichever is not applicable.

Form 4

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF A LICENCE


MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE 2,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

I/We………………………………………………………………………….……
of………………………………………………………………………………….
being the holder(s) of a licence in respect of the premises at………………..…...
...………………………………………………………………………………….

for the purposes of…………………………………………………………...…...

hereby apply for a variation of the licence so as to authorize the use of the premises for…………..…………………………………………………………..
………………….………………………………………………………………...

Fee…………………………………..attached.

Dated this ……………………………day of …………………………, 19 ……


…………………………………………
Signature of licensee(s).

Form 5

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY


CHIEF VETERINARY SURGEON,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

I…………………………………………………………………………………
of………………………………………………………………………………..
hereby apply for
* the issue to me of a certificate of competency as a…………………………..
………………………………………………………………………………….
My qualifications are …………………………………………………………..

                (Describe and attach evidence of qualifications, if any).
    I CERTIFY that the information given above is true and correct.

    Dated this ……………………………..day of ………………………19……..

……………………………………………….
Signature of Applicant.
    Fee ……………………………………………attached.

    * Insert appropriate class

    Herdsman-inseminator
    Authorized inseminator
    Custom collector of semen
    Other.


    Form 6

    WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
    Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978


    Certificate No………………… DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3
    SOUTH PERTH

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY

    I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ................................................................................
    of ............................................................................................................................
    possesses the requisite knowledge and experience as a *.......................................
    for the purposes of section 10(1) of the Act, and is hereby authorized to
    ................................................................................................................................
    Issued this ..................................... day of ......................................, 19 ................
....................................................................
Chief Veterinary Surgeon.
    * insert appropriate class

    Herdsman-inseminator
    Authorized inseminator
    Custom collector of semen
    Other.


    Form 7

    Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
    Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

    Regulation 35


    CHIEF VETERINARY SURGEON,
    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
    SOUTH PERTH.

    Half Yearly Record of Semen Receivals and Usage

    Six months ended *30th June, 19 .............................
    31st December, 19 ........................

    Licensed Premises of at

    Stock on hand, beginning of period .......................................................................
    Receivals (doses) Beef Dairy
    Bulls at Australian centres
    Bulls at U.K. centres
    Bulls at N.Z. centres
    Bulls at other centres
    Custom collected

    Usage
    Distributed to
    Licensed premises in W.A.
    Licensed premises outside W.A.
    Authorized inseminators
    Herdsman-inseminators
    Owner users
    Destroyed
    Used for other purposes
    Stock on hand at end of period ..............................................................................

Licensee .......................................................
Date ..............................................................

Form 8

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

Regulation 45


CHIEF VETERINARY SURGEON,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

Inseminator Annual Return of Semen usage and Non-Return Ratios
(60/90 day)

For year ending 31st December, 19 ...................
(to be submitted by 30th April following)


Semen usage
Beef semen
Doses
Received
Used
1st inseminations
repeat inseminations
other purposes or destroyed
or returned to licensed premises
Dairy semen
Received
Used
1st inseminations
repeat inseminations
other purposes, destroyed
or returned to licensed premises
Non-return ratio (60/90 day)
Beef semen
Dairy semen
Cattle inseminated
Beef
Dairy
                    Authorized/Herdsman Inseminator
Form 9

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

Notification of Custom Collection

Regulation 58


CHIEF VETERINARY SURGEON,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
SOUTH PERTH.

Collector: Name…………………………………………..………………
Address ……………………………………..………………...
………………………………………….....…………………..
Owner of Bull .………………………………………………………………..
Address .………………………………………………………………..

Bull
Name
Identification Breed
Tattoo

Semen identification
Name
Batch
Date
No. Doses
Where stored

Certified semen collected, processed and stored as indicated.


……………………………………………
    Collector

    Form 10

    WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
    Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

    PERMIT TO ENTER ANIMAL SEMEN


    To the Owner/Agent/Person-in-Charge………………………………………....
    The animal semen described below, which arrived at ……………………….....
    on the ................................................ 19 ...................... has been inspected and is permitted to enter W.A.
    Number of doses
    Identification
    Name and address of consignor
    Name and address of consignee
Inspector………………………………………

Date………………………………………..


Form 11

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Artificial Breeding of Stock Act 1965
Artificial Breeding (Cattle) Regulations 1978

Regulation 19

DECLARATION OF STOCK HEALTH WITHIN A LICENSED
SEMEN PRODUCTION CENTRE

Date …………………………………….
    CHIEF VETERINARY SURGEON,
    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 3,
    SOUTH PERTH.

    I, .............………………………………………………….., Veterinary Supervisor to the
    …………................………………………………….. Semen Production Centre, certify:
    (a) That I have, within the preceding 14 days, examined all stock within the Centre and found them to be free from evidence of infectious and contagious disease.
    (b) That during the past 12 months no evidence of hereditary disease has been observed in the breeding sires at the Centre nor in stock bred therefrom, with the following exceptions:
    Sire
    Disease Observed
    No. of progeny affected
    (c) That during the 12 months to 31 December ............................ no animals have been introduced to the licensed premises except in accordance with the requirements of regulations 8-16.
    (d) That all animals within the licensed premises have been re-tested with negative results, or treated where appropriate, in accordance with the requirements of regulation 17; excepting the following animals for the reasons stated:
    Animal
    Test Required
    Reason for delay

(Signed) ………………………………………………..
VETERINARY SUPERVISOR.
(Signed) ………………………………………………..
LICENSEE.

Second Schedule
[Reg. 10(1)]
    Category 1.

    Conditions in which the evidence for inheritance is conclusive.

    Abnormalities of mesonephric duct development
    Abnormalities of paramesonephric duct development (in female progeny)
    Abortion due to lethal mutation
    Acantholysis, familial
    Anchondroplasia and dwarfism of all types
    Agnathia
    Albinism
    Alopecia
    Ankylosis
    Arthrogryposis and cleft palate
    Ataxia, neonatal with leucodysplasia
    Brain oedema, congenital
    Bulldog Calf
    Cataract
    Cerebellar hypoplasia
    Cerebral hernia
    Chromosomal translocation and other chromosomal abnormalities
    Cleft palate and hair lip
    Coloboma
    Convulsions and ataxia, familial
    Cryptorchidism
    Cystic ovaries (in female progeny)
    Dermal aplasia
    Dropsy, congenital
    Dystocia, high incidence in female progeny
    Ectromelia
    Epilepsy
    Epitheliogenesis imperfecta
    Exophthalmos with strabismus
    Gestation, prolonged
    Hermaphroditism
    Hip dysplasia and degenerative arthropathy
    Hydrocephalus
    Hypotrichosis
    Ichthyosis
    Inability to serve, specific defects
    Inguinal hernia
    Libido, primary lack of or reduced
    Lymphatic obstruction
    Mannosidosis (pseudolipidosis)
    Microencephaly
    Muscular hypertrophy, double muscling
    Ocular defects, multiple
    Osteopetrosis
    Ovarian hypoplasia (in female progeny)
    Paresis
    Penis, short
    Periodic Spasticity
    Polydactylism
    Porphyria
    Posterior paralysis
    Probatocephalie (Sheeps Head)
    Prognathism
    Spasms, congenital
    Sperm, specific morphological defects
    Spermiostasis
    Spondylarthrosis, deforming
    Syndactylism
    Tail defects
    Tendon contracture, multiple
    Umbilical hernia

    Category 2.

    Conditions in which the evidence for inheritance is not conclusive:

    Pendulous prepuce and preputial prolapse
    Penile deviations
    Persistent frenulum of penis
    Spondylitis and other forms of degenerative arthropathy



Note: This is not an authorised version. The only authorised version is the hardcopy (printed) version published under authority of the Government Printer, available from the State Law Publisher, 10 William St Perth W.A. 6000.