Meat Inspection & Licensing Slaughter establishments in B.C. are either federally registered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency or are provincially licensed. Slaughter establishments that are provincially licensed are only permitted to sell their product within B.C. Federally registered establishments are permitted to export their product outside the province.
Talk with other meat plant owners, trade groups, regulatory agencies, farmers, and customers. This will help you decide how you want your business to look. Will it be a small, state-inspected locker selling products only in your state? Or a larger, federally-inspected facility …
Meat Plant (Abattoir) In order to operate a meat plant for the slaughtering of animals in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, all buildings (slaughter facilities) must be licensed unless the plant is operated only to supply food for family use or is previously …
The system can be tailored to suit the needs of different pig, beef or other red meat processing plants. Our product range includes e.g. vacuum conveying systems for waste and by-products, spinal cord and rest fat removal systems, high hygienic product vacuum conveying systems, central cleaning systems and mobile vacuum systems.
The mobile butcher must submit a letter of request to the Director of Meat Inspection Section ([email protected]) with the number of animals that are to be slaughtered (maximum 12) and must include letters of support from the 4-H clubs that the mobile butcher is slaughtering for.
The mobile retail meat-processing unit and the licensee must consult with local zoning officials before commencing the operation of the mobile retail meat-processing unit. 8. The mobile retail meat processing unit operator and/or the licensee may be required under Article 5-C to register as a Disposal Plant/Transportation Service.
Mobile slaughter units (MSUs) have received attention in recent years as one way to bring access to inspected processing to a community or region. USDA- and state-inspected MSUs are now operating in different parts of the country, for both poultry and red meat species.
Mobile slaughter unit pioneer Bruce Dunlop, of the Island Grown Farmers’ Cooperative and Niche Meat Processors Assistance Network Advisory Board, says that in a 25-foot unit, “one butcher can normally process 20-25 goats or sheep per day, and two butchers can process around 10 cows per day.”
The plant manager will also be responsible for scheduling and managing the mobile slaughter units. The brand/marketing product manager’s job is to develop and implement product marketing activities to develop brand awareness and to maximize sales.
The Meat, Poultry and Egg Product Inspection Directory is a listing of establishments that produce meat, poultry, and/or egg products regulated by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) pursuant to the Federal Meat Inspection Act, the Poultry Products Inspection Act, the Egg Products Inspection Act, and the Humane Methods of Livestock Slaughter Act..
BCCDC (2011), and show only the larger licensed meat slaughter and processing plants in BC. While there is a total of 56 Class A, B, and C licensed facilities in the province, only 3 have the ability to slaughter and process both red meat and poultry. A further 24 are licensed to slaughter and process red meat, and 8 have transitional licences for these activities. There are 15 facilities with ...