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« on: February 24, 2009, 08:03:44 PM »

Program Description

The Premises Identification Program is being established in order to track the location of animals in case of an animal disease occurrence, a public health related emergency, or an emergency such as a natural disaster affecting animals and people. Regulations requiring premises identification will become law after January 1, 2009 as part of the Animal Health Act.

The Premises Identification application form, including Schedule A for your home quarter, is required to register a livestock operation in Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development's Premises Identification Program. A home quarter means the premises on which the applicant's main animal operation is located.

Completing and submitting a PID Application form by December 31, 2008, is one of the requirements livestock producers participating in the second installment under the Alberta Farm Recovery Plan II (AFRP II (b)) must meet in order to receive a second benefit.

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