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2) I n t h e case of any material to which there has b e e n a d d e d in t h e course of m a n u f a c t u r e or p r e p a r a t i o n for sale any of t h e u n d e r m e n t i o n e d substances (other than as a medicinal product or for a medicinal purpose) T h e following particulars specified below in relation to each substance shall also b e contained in t h e statutory statement: a) m a g n e s i u m , a s t a t e m e n t of t h e total a m o u n t present (whether naturally present or a d d e d ) if present in excess of 0 .
7 Undesirable substances It shall b e an offence, u n d e r Section 74A(3) if a sampled portion of a c o m p o u n d feeding stuff which is sold or offered for sale to any k e e p e r or b r e e d e r of animals is shown by analysis of t h e sample t a k e n from it to contain an undesirable substance in excess of that permitted as a m a x i m u m as shown in Table 5. W i t h regard to c o m p l e m e n t a r y feeding stuffs, they shall contain directions for use which are w o r d e d with the object of ensuring that: a) that c o m p l e m e n t a r y feeding stuff is used only as part of a daily ration, and b) that daily ration contains n o m o r e of the said substance than the level specified in relation t h e r e t o for complete feeding stuffs.
Poir Starch Moisture Ash Fibre Oil Protein Manioc meal or manioc flakes or manioc roots Dried and, if necessary, washed and peeled manioc roots; also products obtained by crushing and grinding Starch Moisture Ash Fibre Oil Protein Protein Total sugar expressed as sucrose Moisture Ash insoluble in HC1 Fibre Names, descriptions and declarations 3\ 4^ Table 3 4^ Continued Products of animal origin Meaning Compulsory declarations Optional declarations Dried manioc pulp Waste from the manufacture of manioc starch, which has been dried and ground Starch Moisture Ash Fibre Oil Protein Crushed locust beans Product obtained by crushing the dried, stoned fruit of the carob tree Ceratonia siliqua L.
Animal Feeding Stuffs Legislation of the UK. A Concise Guide by D. R. Williams