(g) Date of Pack. Enter date of pack on case or carton, as appropriate.
(h) Unites States Department of Agriculture Certificate Number. Enter
the official number from the USDA Poultry Products Grading Certificate. If a certificate
does not accompany the shipment, an explanation must be recorded in Block 18,
(10) Block Ten: Conveyance Number. Enter type of conveyance and
number. Example: Truck number 67, Trailer number 733, Railcar number 675129.
(11) Block 11: Seal Numbers. If the conveyance is sealed and the inspector
sees that the seals are intact, enter the seal numbers. If the seals are broken prior to
the inspector's arrival, so state in Block 18, Remarks. If the conveyance is secured with
a padlock, so state.
(12) Block 12: Stamp Number. Enter the four digit serial number of the
inspection stamp that is assigned to the inspector performing the inspection.
(13) Block 13: Date of Stamp. Enter the current Julian date of the stamp
impression which was applied to the sample cases upon completion of inspection.
(14) Block 14: Temperatures.
(a) Opening. Enter the opening temperature of the truck or trailer or
railcar. This is applicable to inspection classes 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8.
(b) Closing. Enter the closing temperature for inspection classes 3, 6,
and 7. Enter NA for inspection classes 4, 5, 8, or 9.
(c) Storage. Enter the storage room temperature if it is a class nine
inspection. Otherwise, enter NA.
(d) Individual Internal Egg. Enter each individual egg temperature as
recorded on the worksheet. There are usually three entries.
(e) Average Internal Egg. Enter here the average of the temperatures
recorded in block (d).
(15) Block 15: Number of Sample Cases Inspected. Record the initial
sample size. Also, record the number of additional cases candled, if required.
Example: 3 + 5 = 8. 3 (initial sample) + (plus) 5 (additional sample) = (equals) 8 (the
total combined sample).