SENASA

AcronymDefinition
SENASAServicio Nacional de Sanidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria (Argentina)
SENASAServicio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria (Spanish: National Agrarian Health Service; Perú)
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En el documento DIPOA-PG-013 de SENASA, se estandariza la metodologia que debe ser empleada por los medicos veterinarios inspectores y sus inspectores auxiliares oficiales en los establecimientos de sacrificio de origen bovino, para realizar las inspecciones post mortem; asi como los criterios para la realizacion de los decomisos o retenciones de animales y sus derivados carnicos.
1) Laboratorio de Entomologia, Centro de Diagnostico de Sanidad Vegetal, SENASA, Av.
El propio Supervisor de Sanidad Animal de SENASA de la provincia de Jujuy manifesto que estas prohibiciones no podian ser resueltas en el ambito de esta feria, y subrayo: "La intencion de los paises estaria clara ya que las fronteras son imaginarias y que deberia haber acciones sanitarias comunes" (18).
7) La unidad minima de inspeccion (UMI), que forma parte de la reglamentacion exigida por SENASA desde 2002.
There are many organic wool certifiers world-wide, including The National Association for Sustainable Agriculture of Australia (NASAA) and SENASA in Argentina, where the first country official standard for this sector was developed.
We also thank the Cordoba Environment Agency (Cordoba Province), Department of Wildlife (Chaco Province), Municipality of San Miguel de Tucuman City (Tucuman Province), and SENASA for permission to obtain and export bird samples.
Finalmente debe acotarse que institucionalmente se crea un Comite Tecnico Asesor Frutihorticola, bajo la orbita del SENASA, que promueve la adecuacion de los mercados concentradores, sus operadores y productores.
After being rounded up by Argentine cowboys, or gauchos, around 75 percent of the animals are processed by midsize or large slaughterhouses certified by SENASA to sell carcasses and meat cuts to
However, the threat to hawks and other wildlife is not over, and the FWS is continuing its support to INTA, SENASA, and SRNyDS for further education and extension work.
However, pesticide expert Alba Mustacciolo, of SENASA (Servicio Nacional de Sanidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria -- National Department of Health and Agricultural Food Quality), emphasizes that the alternative may be good at eradicating one problem but present others.
Over the next twelve months, SENASA has agreed to purchase additional identification tags as well as Destron Fearing applicators and readers as part of the nation's official cattle identification program