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DIRECT COMMERCIAL LIVE ANIMAL IMPORT SERVICES

We now offer importing services by working directly with the USDA Animal Import Center in New York!

WE WILL WORK DIRECTLY WITH YOUR EXPORTER (OF CHOICE) FROM BEGINNING TO END!

BIRDS WILL NOW COME DIRECTLY TO THE USA FROM THE BIRDS COUNTRY OF ORIGIN!
(NO MORE MULTI-COUNTRY EXTENDED STAYS WITH EXCESSIVE QUARANTINE TIME PERIODS)!

THESE WILL BE DIRECT SHIPMENTS FROM EUROPE TO THE USA!!

We will obtain the necessary Import Permits.

We will accomodate shipments involving 150-250 birds.

We will offer 1x Spring Import and 1x Fall Import each year!

ONLY 30 DAYS MANDATORY QUARANTINE ON OUR IMPORT SIDE BEFORE BIRDS ARE RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC.

ALL IMPORT FEES MUST BE PAID UPFRONT AND IN ADVANCE, BEFORE A RESERVATION AND QUARANTINE CAN BE MADE AND FINALIZED WITH THE USDA!

THIS WON'T BE CHEAPEST SERVICE, BUT IT WILL BE THE VERY BEST SOLUTION AND SERVICE FOR YOUR BIRDS SAKE!

 

Please familiarize yourself below with the requirements the USA imposes for birds entering the USA from other countries around the world!

FOR EXPORTERS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE USA

If you are located outside of the USA, and you want to export and have your birds shipped into The USA, for USA clients, these requirements below apply to you!

https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-and-animal-product-import-information/entry-requirements/sa_avian/importing-live-poultry/ct_live_poultry

As quoted directly from the USDA Website, The USDA defines commercial birds as those birds which are imported for resale, breeding, public display, or any other purpose, except pet birds, zoological birds, research birds, or performing or theatrical birds.

Shipments of birds that contain six or more are considered commercial.

Live poultry from Member countries in the European Union- Poultry Trade Region:
The EU25-PTR is composed of the following Member States: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.

 

Columbiforms (PIGEONS AND DOVES) 

from EU25-PTR regions: 

A model EXPORT health certificate is provided HERE and must certify the following requirements listed below:

    1. Did not come in contact with wild birds or poultry within the 30 days previous to exporting the premise of origin
    2. Have been examined prior to movement from the premise of origin and there was no evidence of poultry communicable disease.
    3. Have not been vaccinated against H5 or H7.
    4. Have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease (avian paramyxovirus) at least 21 days prior to export, using vaccines that do not contain any velogenic strains of Newcastle disease virus OR was not vaccinated against Newcastle disease (the health certificate must indicate which applies).
    5. Birds were inspected within 24 hours of export.
    6. Shipment did travel under official seal through, zones that were restricted for outbreaks of Newcastle disease or HPAI in commercial poultry. Were moved without co-mingling the shipment with any other avians after leaving the premise of origin.
    7. Were shipped in new or appropriately sanitized containers prior to current use. 
    8. The USDA will test up to 150 birds individually for both AI and Newcastle, upon thier arrival into the import quarantine center. Please test at least 10% of your entire flock, and provide us the lab test results, BEFORE you export your birds to us here in The USA. 


WE WILL ALSO COORDINATE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES BELOW.

  • A USDA port veterinarian at the first U.S. port of entry must inspect birds (unless stated differently on the import permit). The importer must arrange for this inspection by a USDA port veterinarian at least 3 business days in advance by contacting the USDA port veterinarian at the telephone number listed on the import permit.
  • We will retain the services of a customs broker to facilitate the importation and, in some cases, the transport of birds from the port of entry to the USDA Animal Import Center. 
  • Live poultry from Member countries in the European Union- Poultry Trade Region:
    The EU25-PTR is composed of the following Member States: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.

    Live poultry originating in the EU-25 Poultry Trade Region (PTR) must have the following bulleted statement on all health certificates:
    • The consignment did not originate from or travel through, any zone within the EU-25 PTR that were restricted for outbreaks of Newcastle disease or HPAI in commercial poultry for the following period of time, whichever is later: 1) Until the restrictions were lifted by the national competent authority; or 2) 90 days after depopulation of all affected premises, followed by cleaning and disinfection of the last affected premises, in that zone. [Note: only 1) applies if the restrictions had been placed for Newcastle disease or HPAI in racing pigeons, backyard flocks or wild birds.]
  • Live poultry from EU25-PTR regions: A model health certificate is provided here HERE and must certify the requirements listed below:
  1. Poultry were not vaccinated against any H5 or H7 subtype of avian influenza.
  2. Poultry have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease (avian paramyxovirus) at least 21 days prior to export, using vaccines that do not contain any velogenic strains of Newcastle disease virus OR have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease (the health certificate must indicate).   
  3. Poultry presented no evidence of avian communicable disease within the 30 days prior to the hatching of the first egg laid for this shipment.
  4. Poultry were exported from an area that was not adjacent to any areas under quarantine during the 90 days preceding the exportation.
  5. Poultry covered by this certificate do not originate from flocks nor had contact with any birds or poultry originating in a control zone established by state/provincial/federal animal health authorities due to outbreaks of Newcastle disease or Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI). 
  6. Poultry are negative within the previous 90 days for:
    1. Avian Metapneumovirus (also known as Turkey Rhinotracheitis, (TRT), or Swollen Head Syndrome). At least 30 poultry per house were tested using any of the following methods: rRT-PCR, ELISA, or serology. The health certificate must state if poultry have or have not been vaccinated against this disease.
      Note: Testing for Avian Metapneumovirus does not apply to waterfowl species.
    2. At least 5 percent (%) or a minimum of 150 poultry were negative for egg drop syndrome (EDS 76). This statement does not apply to turkeys.
    3. Salmonella enteritidis (SE) within 30 days by environmental culture, and there is no evidence or knowledge of SE present in the flock.
  1. The shipment will not transit through any region where APHIS considers highly pathogenic avian influenza to exist
  2. Poultry were placed in new or appropriately sanitized packaging for shipment to the United States at the premises where the flock or origin was kept.
  3. The consignment did not originate from, or travel through, any zones within the EU-25 Poultry Trade Region that were restricted for outbreaks of Newcastle disease or HPAI in commercial poultry for the following period of time, whichever is later:
    1. until the restrictions were lifted by the national competent authority, or
    2. 90 days after depopulation of all affected premises, followed by cleaning and disinfection of the last affected premises in that zone.
      [Note: only 1) applies if the restrictions had been placed for Newcastle disease or HPAI in racing pigeons, backyard flocks or wild birds.]

Columbiforms (PIGEONS AND DOVES) 

from EU25-PTR regions: 

A model EXPORT health certificate is provided HERE and must certify the following requirements listed below:

    1. Did not come in contact with wild birds or poultry within the 30 days previous to exporting the premise of origin
    2. Have been examined prior to movement from the premise of origin and there was no evidence of poultry communicable disease.
    3. Have not been vaccinated against H5 or H7.
    4. Have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease (avian paramyxovirus) at least 21 days prior to export, using vaccines that do not contain any velogenic strains of Newcastle disease virus OR was not vaccinated against Newcastle disease (the health certificate must indicate which applies).
    5. Birds were inspected within 24 hours of export.
    6. Shipment did travel under official seal through, zones that were restricted for outbreaks of Newcastle disease or HPAI in commercial poultry. Were moved without co-mingling the shipment with any other avians after leaving the premise of origin.
    7. Were shipped in new or appropriately sanitized containers prior to current use. 
    8. The USDA will test up to 150 birds individually for both AI and Newcastle, upon thier arrival into the import quarantine center. Please test at least 10% of your entire flock, and provide us the lab test results, BEFORE you export the birds to The USA. 


WE WILL ALSO COORDINATE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES BELOW.

  • A USDA port veterinarian at the first U.S. port of entry must inspect birds (unless stated differently on the import permit). The importer must arrange for this inspection by a USDA port veterinarian at least 3 business days in advance by contacting the USDA port veterinarian at the telephone number listed on the import permit.
  • We will retain the services of a customs broker to facilitate the importation and, in some cases, the transport of birds from the port of entry to the USDA Animal Import Center. 

YOUR IMPORT COSTS WILL ONLY BE: $225-$250 PER BIRD

PLUS ADDITIONAL DOMESTIC SHIPPING AND HANDLING FEES WILL APPLY AFTER THE BIRDS HAVE COMPLETED THEIR 30 DAYS  MANDATORY QUARANTINE ON OUR IMPORT SIDE!

Please vaccinate all birds for PMV at least 21 days prior to exporting your birds to the USA. Make sure the vaccine you use is an approved vaccine in your country, with the KILLED VIRUS.

No live virus vaccines can be used!

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