Record keeping template (DOC) by wuxiangyu

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									Record keeping template
Treatment of aquatic species with veterinary chemicals
Treatment      Species of         Description         No. of stock       Location of      Product trade name         Quantity used        Bat ch no.        Expiry date       WHP (days)             Date safe to
date           anim al            (age class)                            anim als                                                                                                                    slaughter/
                                                                                                                                                                                                     release
29/10/07       Rainbow trout      12 months old       20,000             Pond 14          Deltrex chemicals          15 ppm for 25        76842             Dec 2008          100 degree days
                                                                                          formalin for footrot       hr
                                                                                          control in sheep




   WHP = Withholding Period                                                                    Veterinary chemical product details must be recorded within 48 hours of use.
   Degree days = cumulative measure of temperature calc ulated as the mean daily water         Records must be kept for two years.
    temperature summed over a period of time. In this example, the mean daily w ater            Note: This template recognises the chemical applicator as the owner. If the applicator is not the owner (i.e. person
    temperatures are summed until the WHP of 100°C is reached.                                   for whom the application was carried out), please record the owner’s name and address.
                                                                                                This template meets the requirements under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of Use) Regulations
                                                                                                 2007 and is a guide only.
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Record keeping template
Treatment of aquatic species with veterinary chemicals
Treatment      Species of         Description         No. of stock       Location of      Product trade name        Quantity used        Bat ch no.        Expiry date       WHP (days)             Date safe to
date           anim al            (age class)                            anim als                                                                                                                   slaughter/
                                                                                                                                                                                                    release




   WHP = Withholding Period                                                                   Veterinary chemical product details must be recorded within 48 hours of use.
   Degree days = cumulative measure of temperature calc ulated as the mean daily water        Records must be kept for two years.
    temperature summed over a period of time. In this example, the mean daily w ater           Note: This template recognises the chemical applicator as the owner. If the applicator is not the owner (i.e. person
    temperatures are summed until the WHP of 100°C is reached.                                  for whom the application was carried out), please record the owner’s name and address.
                                                                                               This template meets the requirements under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of Use) Regulations
                                                                                                2007 and is a guide only.
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