Insemination centre: Permission to operate in accordate with the Animal Diseases Act Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

If you want to operate an insemination station in the field of animal breeding, you need a permit.

If you want to operate an insemination centre in the field of animal breeding, you need a permit. Exceptions are regulated by the Animal Breeding Act.

Permission shall be granted if:

  • a veterinarian manages the insemination centre in a veterinary and technical manner or the performance of the veterinary technical tasks is ensured by a veterinarian contractually bound to the semen collection centre,
     
  • the personnel necessary for proper operation are available,
     
  • the facilities necessary for the collection, treatment, storage and delivery of semen are in place, and
     
  • the male breeding animals are present.

The permit refers to the respective semen collection centre with its parts of the business as well as to the material field of activity.

The application for permission must contain:

  • the name, address and indication of the legal form of the operator,
  • the addresses of all parts of the holding and their function for the collection, treatment, storage and delivery of semen,
  • an indication of the material field of activity.

Applications for grant or authorisation may be addressed to the competent authority without specific formal requirements.

§ 17 Animal Breeding Act (TierZG).

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