by BFFF
Jan 20th, 2022
3 mins
BFFF

As an update to the post last week on the introduction of new EHC’s when exporting Products of Animal Origin to the EU we have been provided with the following update from Defra. Members should note that this includes products that are shipped to Northern Ireland unless the goods are covered under the Stamni scheme.

Animal Health Regulation EHCs should now be used for goods exported from GB to the EU or moved to NI 

This is a reminder that the Animal Health Regulation (AHR) Export Health Certificates (EHCs) went live on 15 January 2022. These EHCs should now be used for goods exported from Great Britain (GB) to the EU or moved to Northern Ireland (NI) if an EHC is required. EHCs used by Authorised Traders to move prohibited and restricted (P&R) goods to NI are unaffected by these changes.

We would like to thank you for your hard work preparing for the new certificates.

The majority of the old EHCs have been switched off apart from a small number of certificates. The only old EHCs that have been retained are for raw milk, dairy products, hatching eggs of poultry, certain germinal products, meat products, poultry meat and meat preparations. These should only be used if you have confirmed that the Border Control Post (BCP) of entry in the EU will accept them. There is further information on these EHCs in the AHR guidance.

The live animal EHCs for cattle, sheep and goats have now been published.

There is further information about the AHR EHCs on the trader showcase site and in the updated AHR guidance and AHR FAQs.

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