Is mandatory enrollment in the RENSPA for all beekeepers
To perform the procedure in the Office of Senasa corresponding to the location of each apiary, no record of permit or other document proving the relationship between the owner of the agricultural establishment and beekeeper is required.
The National Health Service and Food Quality (Senasa) remember that all honey producers must apply for enrollment in the National Sanitary Register of Agricultural Producers (Renspa) in the Office of Senasa corresponding to the location of each apiary.
To register, the producer must submit: photocopy of ID, Constancia de COOKED / CUIL, RENAPA credential and the Registration Form in full RENSPA. Additionally, breeding apiaries must submit a mandatory health inspection.
It is clear that for registration in the register must present evidence not permit or other document proving the relationship between the owner of the agricultural establishment and beekeeper.
Also, mobilize beekeepers hives, cores and package bees, They must do so previously managing Electronic Document Transit (DTe) Senasa offices for the place of origin of beekeeping material live move.
In this way, Senasa will learn more quickly those changes occurring in the health status, and prevent the spread of any infectious, parasitic or exotic pests. This tool helps, further, with the necessary land use of the different productive regions.
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