Countdown to the eAML2 pig movement system

23-01-2012 | |

The countdown is on to when the eAML2 pig movement system becomes compulsory at the beginning of April 2012 in England and Wales.

There is a BPEX Live online workshop on Monday 30 January at 7pm to demonstrate how to get started with the system and answer questions. Producers can register for the workshop and join in from their home or office here.  
To be legal, pig movements must be reported through the eAML2 system from April by either setting up the movement online or by contacting the eAML2 Bureau Service. There will also be third party providers such as the British Pig Association or marketing groups.
The current carbon copy AML2 paper form will stop being a valid form of pig movement reporting.
The eAML2 system is already being used for movements of pigs to abattoirs, farms auction markets, movements via collection centre and shows. All pig keepers are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the electronic system ready for April and register with the service.
Key information:
  • To register details for eAML2, keepers will need their County Parish Holding (CPH) number and herd mark
  •    For movements to collection centres, producers need to set up the move to the collection centre not the final destination abattoir. The collection centre will then set up the move from their site to the abattoir.
  •  Keepers will be able to set up movements to and from Scotland electronically early 2012 – work is underway to integrate eAML2 with the Scottish electronic movement system
To register for eAML2 visit and click on ‘Producer registration’.
For more info: BPEX

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