According to the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority, the certificate model for the export of sheep and goats from Romania to the United Arab Emirates has been approved.
In consequence, Seradria received the approval to export sheep and cattle.
The official health document certifies the following:
- They come from the country where FMD has not been registered for at least 12 months prior to export, or from a country where the disease has not been registered for a period not less than three months prior to export with stamping out policy;
- The animals come from a country where PPR has not been registered for at least two years prior to export, with stamping out policy;
- The animals come from a country where sheep pox has not been registered during the three years prior to exportation;
- The origin of the animals is from a country free of Bluetongue for at least two years prior to export;
- The animals were subject to laboratory tests for Bluetongue antigen virus detection (PCR test) during the quarantine period with negative results;
- The animals were protected from the mosquitoes that transmit the disease (culicoides) for at least 28 days prior is export and subjected to laboratory tests during this period to detect antibodies for the disease with negative results;
- The animals were vaccinated against Bluetongue not less than 60 days prior to the export with a vaccine containing all reported serotype in the country of export;
- The animals were isolated or reared in a holding where no case of anthrax disease was reported for at least 20 days prior to export;
- The animals come from herds of origin which have been officially free from brucellosis for the past 12 months prior to export and the animals have been subjected to a laboratory test for brucellosis with negative results;
- The animals come from holdings where no case of rabies was reported for at least one year prior to export;
- The animals received preventive doses of internal and external antiparasitic during 14-21 days before export and have been sprayed with an insecticide approved by OIE;
- The animals have been clinically examined during 48 hours before export and didn’t show any symptoms of infectious and contagious disease including Q fever disease;
- Recording the vaccinations (name of the disease, vaccine type, vaccination date which were given to the animals within six months prior to export);
Additional attestation in case of breeding animals
- The breeding animals come from a country free of Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia for at least 12 months prior to export with stamping out policy;
- The animals have been tested for the disease twice between the period of 21-30 days with negative results and the second test in the period not less than 14 days before export;
- The animals have been vaccinated for the disease within 4 months prior to export;
- The breeding animals come from herds not recorded symptoms of Trichomonosis, Paratuberculosis, Leptospirosis, Listeriosis, IBR-IBV and Vibriosis;
- The breeding animals come from herds of origin in which no case of Scrapie have been diagnosed for the past 7 years;
- The animals have not been fed with food of animal origin with exception of milk protein.
Seradria – 23 years of experience in exporting livestock
Seradria is a company with a wide experience in exporting live lambs and sheep. Recently, it has received the approval to export sheep to Saudi Arabia and now is ready to export cattle and sheep to the United Arab Emirates.
The fact that Seradria can now export to the United Arab Emirates is just an additional assurance for the quality this company provides. Not only that they meet all the requirements to export in the United Arab Emirates, but they also provide a great quality for both the meat and livestock, which just got better in their over 23 years of activity.
The farm situated in Răscruci, near Cluj-Napoca provides the environment and all the conditions according to all the authorities requests. The capacity is about 150 000 of heads per year – sheep and cattle. Tsurcana, Tsigai and Karakul sheep are the most appreciated breeds of Romania.