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Ophokplicht grotendeels ingetrokken (26 maart 2024)

Het ministerie van LNV meldt dat de ophok- en afschermplicht voor pluimvee per direct is ingetrokken voor bijna heel Nederland. De ophokplicht blijft voorlopig nog van kracht in de Gelderse Vallei en de Limburgse Peel (de regio’s 7, 10 en 19) vanwege de pluimveedichtheid in deze regio’s.

Wijzigingen certificatieschema IKB PSB per 1 maart 2024

Per 1 maart 2024 worden een aantal wijzigingen doorgevoerd in IKB PSB. Deze wijzigingen zijn doorgevoerd om het schema actueel te houden met nieuwe wet- en regelgeving.

Jaarplannen en deelnemersbijdrage

De deelnemersbijdrage 2024 bedraagt  €750,- (excl. BTW) per certificaat. Een stijging van de bijdrage in verband met de gestegen kosten is voorkomen.

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Avined

Stichting AVINED heeft als missie om met een efficiënte dienstverlening de huidige duurzame en robuuste marktpositie van de Nederlandse pluimveesector verder te versterken.

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Covid-19: IKB Kip inspections and visits to your farm

29 juni 2020

IKB Kip inspections 

 

Covid-19 is affecting our daily lives. It is therefore important that we follow local government advice and take account of your health and safety as a participant, as well as that of other visitors to your farm. This is why we informed you by letter about a number of changes to IKB’s working methods. Since 2 April, most IKB inspections have been carried out remotely, e.g. the annual re-inspection.

 

In several countries, the policy regarding covid-19 is gradually being relaxed, and there is an increasing demand from the field for physical inspections instead of remote ones. That is why, depending on the situation in your country of residence, agreements are being made about carrying out physical inspections or remote checks. These agreements are made in consultation with your Certifying Authority (CA).

 

A visit to your farm

 

As an IKB participant, you engage external parties for various activities.

 

You can help your visitors follow the current local measures. Also consider the following points:

 

    • Inform your visitors well in advance if you have a cold or a raised temperature.

 

    • Provide sufficient space in the changing room and break room.

 

    • Arrange for your on-farm employees and the visitors to work separately as much as possible.

 

 

As always, make sure visitors have all they need to wash and disinfect their hands. Also provide a space to spray and clean any materials and vehicles.