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|Honey Consultation (Scotland) 2015
The proposed Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2015 will revoke and replace the Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2003
|The Society was founded in 1784 to promote the regeneration of rural Scotland, as well as the preservation of its poetry, language and music. Today, in the 21st century, the Society is for people who value the rural areas of Scotland. It is for people who enjoy the finest products of our land-based and allied industries. And it is for everyone who supports the very best standards in agriculture, forestry and stewardship of the countryside, which are such an essential part of our heritage - and our future.|
|The National Honey show|
|ALL BEEKEEPERS have a legal obligation to report any suspicion of a notifiable disease or pest to the Bee Inspector at their local Scottish Government Rural Payments Inspections Directorate (SGRPID) Area Office. Bee Inspectors then have a statutory duty to respond to the notification of, suspicion of or presence of notifiable bee diseases and/or pests and are responsible for the operation of The Bee Diseases and Pests Control (Scotland) Order 2007.
Foulbrood: how to spot and report the disease. Advice on what to do if you suspect there is an outbreak of this infectious disease.
Beekeepers (and others) are required to notify the local bee inspector of the suspicion of the presence of a notifiable disease or pest.