Any owner of an animal with an identification mark wanting to sell, barter or give away the animal within 14 days of the date on which the person became the owner, must furnish the new owner with a document of identification.
This means that the animal can be disposed of within 14 days without having been marked with the new owner’s mark, because it already has the previous owner’s and a document of identification has been issued.
Any person wanting to sell, barter or give away an animal 14 days after the date on which this person became the owner of such animal, must put their own mark on the animal before they dispose of it.
The owner must also furnish the new owner with a document of identification, which the new owner must keep for a period of one year.
Such animal cannot be disposed of after 14 days without the new owner’s identification mark on the animal and without an identification document.