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Control Points and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance CATTLE AND SHEEP
English Version Interim Final V4.0_Jan2011
THIS IS THE INTERIM FINAL VERSION AND COMMENTS ON TECHNICAL ERRORS MAY BE COMMUNICATED TO PUBLICCOMMENTS@GLOBALGAP.ORG UNTIL 31 JANUARY 2011

Valid from: 1 January 2011 Obligatory from: 1 January 2012

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 2 of 8

CONTENTS SECTION CS CATTLE AND SHEEP
CS.1 CS.2 CS.3 CS.4 CS.5 CS.6 IDENTIFICATION AND TRACEABILITY BREEDING AND YOUNG STOCK FEED, FORAGE HOUSING AND FACILITIES HYGIENE HANDLING

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 3 of 8

N? CS CS. 1
CS. 1.1.

Control Point CATTLE AND SHEEP IDENTIFICATION AND TRACEABILITY
Do livestock entering into the GLOBALG.A.P registered farm from nonGLOBALG.A.P farms undergo a transition period of residency on an approved farm prior to qualification as GLOBALG.A.P stock? If the lamb is bought and not kept for at least 28 days, is the previous farm also certified? (This residency period may be shared between certified farms). Is evidence of the certification status of stock from the previous owner recorded?

Compliance Criteria

Level

Record of all incoming stock including GLOBALG.A.P status. System to ensure all non-GLOBALG.A.P approved stock are held on farm for more than 28 (Sheep) / 60 (Cattle) days. For beef cattle a 60 days transition period and for sheep a 28 days transition period is applicable for bought in stock before it will be GLOBALG.A.P approved stock. The transition period must be finalized before stock is sent for slaughter. Bought in cattle must proof by documentation that health status and withdrawal times are in compliance with GLOBALG.A.P requirements. Cross-reference with LB 3.2. No N/A.

Major Must

CS. 2
CS. 2.1
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BREEDING AND YOUNG STOCK
Are cattle sires carefully selected (especially for maiden heifers) taking into account breed, size, age and previous record so as to reduce the likelihood of subsequent calving difficulties? If sheep are to lamb outdoors, are steps taken to minimize neonatal mortality by choosing terrain that is naturally sheltered from inclement weather, or through the provision of artificial shelter? The farmer to describe what factors influence his choice of bulls. Record of calving difficulty/mortality demonstrate an acceptable level. N/A if no breeding cattle. Recom.

CS. 2.2

Visual assessment of lambing areas and shelter. Farmer to describe Minor Must lambing provisions i.e. bales, shelters etc. Suitability of breed to be considered. Where this is impracticable, only sheep breeds that are well-adapted to survive in the relevant terrain must be allowed to remain. Ewes less well adapted to the terrain must be removed to more favourable areas.

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 4 of 8

N?
CS. 2.3

Control Point
Do calves have access to cholostrum at least within the first 6 hours after birth?

Compliance Criteria
Defined in control point. For the full immunological benefits to be gained, colostrum must at most be fed within 6 hours of birth. Ask producer how he manages new born calves re application of Cholostrum. Farmer has to describe the feeding policy. N/A when calves arrive on farm after 6 hours of age. N/A if no cows Assess the stock and farmer to describe weaning policy and feeding regime for young stock. All young stock present less than 5 weeks old shall have milk diet. N/A only where no breeding stock. Inspect housing for tethering facilities and ask farmer to explain policy. N/A only where no breeding stock or if no fixing of calves in one place (i.e. tethering). Inspect calves/facilities for muzzles and ask workers to demonstrate awareness. N/A where no breeding stock and no calves bought in less than 5 weeks old. Inspect bedding available and ask workers to demonstrate awareness at interview. N/A only where no breeding stock. Calving boxes must have available permanent restraining facilities and lighting at a level that allows the reading of normal newspaper print. N/A only where no breeding stock. Check calves if available, ask workers/farmer to describe policy. N/A only where no breeding stock. If possible, observe preparation and feeding, failing which workers to demonstrate awareness. N/A only if no milk replacer used or where no breeding stock.

Level
Minor Must

CS. 2.4

Prior to intake of concentrates and hay, is sufficient milk provided to allow for normal growth?

Minor Must

CS. 2.5

Is tethering prohibited and are restrictions only allowed for the duration of feeding up to a maximum of 1 hour?

Mayor Must

CS. 2.6

Is muzzling of calves not allowed?

Minor Must

CS. 2.7

To minimize the risk of infection to both cow and calf, are indoor calving areas clean and have suitable bedding? Is proper lighting available to allow full inspection of all indoor calving stock and adequate restraining facilities available?

Minor Must

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CS. 2.8

Minor Must

CS. 2.9

Is a nutritionally sound diet, appropriate to the calf’s development, fed twice daily? Is calf milk replacer prepared according to the manufacturers’ instructions and fed at a regular time and at a suitable temperature?

Minor Must

CS. 2.10

Minor Must

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 5 of 8

N? CS. 3
CS. 3.1

Control Point FEED, FORAGE
Where access to feed is restricted, are all livestock able to obtain their daily ration?

Compliance Criteria

Level

Assess the feeding system and condition of stock. If trough feeding space is insufficient for all stock to feed at the same time, farmer to describe how he ensures all stock receive their ration. N/A only if no restrict feeding. Where sheep are grazed on forage crops, evidence that run-back is suitable i.e. stock reasonably clean and content. If no forage crops, ask farmer if used and if so, his policy. N/A where no forage crops used or no sheep kept.

Minor Must

CS. 3.2

When sheep are kept on forage crops, do they have access to a dry run-back area or straw and are sheep content as evidenced by their behaviour?

Recom.

CS. 4
CS. 4.1

HOUSING AND FACILITIES
Are prolonged periods (more than 7 days) of close confinement not permitted? Inspect facilities and if evidence of no tethering, workers/farmer to explain policy of restraint/exercise. N/A where no close confinement. Check that lighting is available at a level that allows the reading of normal newspaper print. N/A only if no livestock housing. Recom.

CS. 4.2

Does housed stock have lighting (natural or artificial) throughout the hours of normal daylight (8 hours per day) such that all stock can be seen clearly? Do calving/lambing areas have permanent available lighting to allow full inspection of all stock? Is a well-drained, dry lying area provided for all stock? Are housing areas cleaned and disinfected together with all associated fixtures and fittings whenever they are emptied or at least annually?

Major Must

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CS. 4.3 CS. 4.4

All livestock can lie in a clean dry place. N/A only if no housing.

Major Must

Visual assessment of housing, farmer to describe policy. Housing must Minor Must be cleaned annually by removing dung and pressure cleaning. If not in use, farmer to describe how and when the housing is cleaned. N/A only if no housing.

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 6 of 8

N?
CS. 4.5

Control Point
Are well-maintained facilities for handling and loading of stock provided?

Compliance Criteria
For cattle (except for calf rearing), these facilities must incorporate a cattle restraint (i.e. cattle crush) and the crush must have a well maintained solid floor. If no crush, there must be an alternative means of restraint, e.g. lead restraint at the end of a race. The facilities must be fit for the purpose and safe for both livestock and workers. For housed cattle and housed sheep cross-reference LB 9.2 No N/A. Shelter shall be available in extreme conditions (this includes shade trees). Inspect out wintered stock and assess if adequate dry lying area is available by their condition (muddy coats etc). In summer, farmer to describe his out-wintering policy. N/A only if no out wintering. Written list of protective clothing and physical presence on farm.

Level
Minor Must

CS. 4.6

Is provision made to avoid cattle being exposed to extreme weather and temperature for prolonged periods? Is a well-drained lying area available to stock kept outside in winter?

Minor Must

CS. 4.7

Minor Must

CS. 4.8

Are visitors entering enclosed systems of production provided with protective clothing?

Minor Must

CS. 5
CS. 5.1
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HYGIENE
Are precautions taken to ensure that the cleanliness of stock prior to dispatch to the slaughterhouse is maintained? Farmer to describe his policy for handling excessive soiling at point of dispatch. Livestock must be free from excessive faecal material and preferably, dry at the time of being loaded for transportation to a slaughterhouse. Slaughterhouse feedback on stock cleanliness, if available, must be kept, and an action plan put in place if excessive soiling is found, which could include structural items or the cleaning of livestock prior to dispatch. No N/A. Worming records for domestic and working dogs should be maintained. Major Must

CS. 5.2

Are domestic farm dogs wormed regularly?

Recom.

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 7 of 8

N? CS. 6
CS. 6.1

Control Point HANDLING

Compliance Criteria

Level

Are all calves disbudded by chemical cauterisation without anaesthetic during its If the vet carries out disbudding, then assume competence. If not, ask first two weeks of life? for explanation of procedure and assess if this indicates competence. No N/A, unless no disbudding on farm INAC Proposal: INAC Proposal: Are all calves disbudded by chemical cauterization without anaesthetic during the first two weeks of life or by a physical method without anaesthetic before the horn bud attaches to the osseous tissue ? If the Vet carries out disbudding, then assume competence. If not, ask for explanation of procedure and assess if this indicates competence. It normally takes 8 weeks approximately for the horn bud to attach to the osseous tissue ( skull). No N/A, unless no disbudding. No evidence of recently de-horned mature cattle. Check medicine book for evidence and justification of treatment (e.g. anaesthetic/vet invoice). No N/A.

Major Must

CS. 6.2

Is dehorning of cattle over 90 days only permitted in cases where it can be shown to be necessary (for example ingrowing horns) and then only by a vet?

Minor Must

CS. 6.3

Does the farmer follow a stock inspection routine?

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Farmer to describe inspection routine and assess adequacy of different Major Must situations. Stock must be inspected regularly at a frequency appropriate to the class of stock. As a guide twice daily when stock are housed and once daily when outside except where circumstances (for example the nature of the terrain) do not allow it and then once weekly, except for exceptionally extensive conditions. No N/A. Suitability of breed must be considered, condition of stock, local weather conditions and available shelter. If stock are poorly adapted to the terrain, they must be removed to more favourable areas to safeguard their welfare, or provided with additional shelter in the absence of appropriate natural sheltering (e.g. hedges and trees) to protect them from inclement weather. No N/A. Minor Must

CS. 6.4

Is proper consideration in exposed grazing areas given to the suitability of breeds to the terrain?

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Control Points |and Compliance Criteria Integrated Farm Assurance - Cattle and Sheep ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref: IFA 4.0-CPCC Interim Final Version: CS V4.0 Page: 8 of 8

N?
CS. 6.5

Control Point
Are cattle grouped according to management criteria that will include size, age, interaction between social groups (i.e. suckler cows and calves, bull with cows, etc.)? Are social groupings of stock maintained? Are sexually mature male and female stock kept in appropriate groupings to avoid unwanted pregnancies?

Compliance Criteria
Assess if groups are appropriate to sex, size and nutritional requirements. No N/A.

Level
Minor Must

CS. 6.6 CS. 6.7

Stock should be grouped to provide social grouping of similar types. Sexually active young males are not mixed with females unless breeding is planned. No N/A.

Recom. Minor Must

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