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Debates
Tuesday, 12 April 2016 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Breeding animals and their germinal products (A8-0288/2015 - Michel Dantin)
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  Therese Comodini Cachia (PPE), in writing. ‒ There are far too many delegated acts which are far too broad in scope concerning this topic.

Animal health and welfare, including transport conditions for live animals, are concerns that need to be taken into account by all actors in the zootechnical sector, in particular with regard to genetic improvement of breeds.

Our legislation on the breeding of animals has also contributed to the preservation of animal genetic resources, the protection of genetic biodiversity, the Union’s cultural heritage and the production of typical-quality regional products that rely on the specific hereditary characteristics of local breeds of domestic animals. This is something which should be sustained.

 
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