Maximum nutrient values for horse feeds: Closed consultation
Current status: Closed
This consultation ran from July 10, 2018 to August 17, 2018
About the consultation
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) launched a 30-day public consultation to seek comments on the proposed maximum nutrient values for horse feeds.
The input gathered through this process will be used by the CFIA to prepare a comprehensive regulatory proposal for publication in the Canada Gazette Part I.
This consultation is one of several priorities identified to modernize the Feeds Regulations.
Who was the focus of this consultation
The CFIA engaged with all animal feed and equine stakeholders, including:
- suppliers of feed ingredients
- commercial feed manufacturers
- feed importers, distributors and retailers
- horse owners and producers
- industry associations
- other government departments
- international trading partners
All comments were welcome from industry, governments, the public, or other organizations or individuals.
Key questions for discussion
The CFIA sought feedback on the proposal to modify the regulatory requirements related to maximum nutrient content in livestock feed:
- Do you have any concerns with the proposal to establish maximum nutrient values for livestock feeds?
- Do you have any concerns with the proposed maximum nutrient values specifically for horse feeds?
- Do you have any concerns with raising the exemption for complete feeds not intended for food-producing animals in packages containing up to 10 kg?
Animal Feed Division
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
59 Camelot Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0Y9
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