Aid for the Animal Disease Fund Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

As an animal owner, the Rhineland-Palatinate Animal Disease Fund may grant you aid to reduce losses caused by animal disease or its control. In addition, the Animal Health Fund provides aid under official measures to combat animal health and to maintain animal health. However, aid is granted only to animals for which there is a duty to contribute to the animal health fund (i.e. horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, bee colonies). The aid is regulated in the state aid statute of the Animal Disease Fund Rhineland-Palatinate. hint:. Aid is not granted in cases where the Animal Health Act provides for compensation.

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In particular, the granting of aid requires that you, as the owner of the animals, have indicated the correct number of animals when you report them to the Animal Health Fund, have paid contributions to the animal disease fund on time, have consulted a veterinarian in good time and informed the Veterinary Office of the outbreak of a disease/disease, have had the disease confirmed by a veterinarian (e.B. by an expert opinion or an examination finding), have documented the losses (e.B. through slaughter certificates). In addition to the standard aid, applications for voluntary aid may also be submitted. These proposals are decided by the Assembly of Representatives of the Animal Disease Fund.