HL Deb 11 July 2002 vol 637 cc105-6WA
Lord Hardy of Wath

asked Her Majesty's Government:

Whether they intend to amend the current rules on movements of camelids. [HL5210]

Lord Whitty

Orders made today will simplify the current rules on livestock movements from 31 July. Camelids (including llamas) and zoo animals will no longer require movement licences or be subject to biosecurity requirements for livestock shows and sales. In addition, sheep dipping, tagging and scanning will no longer require a licence. The rules for multiple pickups and multiple drops-offs of livestock will also be simplifed.

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