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I'vefound this thread fascinating. We are forbidden to import poultry into Australia, but being an ex-pat American living in Oz I wondered if anyone was interested in importing eggs from Australia? I have mainly Australian Araucana, Black Australorpe, and recently acquired Genuine Godborg (the developer of the breed owns a local butcher shop). It is still winter here, but if I were to export fertile eggs it would have to be a labour of love with me flying with the eggs to a port of entry in the US or Vancouver.(I have family in the PNW & Florida.) Out of curiosity, are there any breeds that would be sought after enough to warrant the hassle? My 40 year class reunion is in South Florida in 2015 (May or June?) So a trip State-side could be fun.
post #82 of 88

All this is going to import, i want to know the part of Export from the US to Europe.
i'm from The Netherlands, and do my best the get some eggs.

We are going on vacation every year to the US and stay at family and make a little tour from a couple Miles 8000+ ;-)

We are looking for well fertilized eggs from Coronation Sussex, the Big ones.
It's very hard to find someone in the US or Canada who are able for sending some eggs,
But i do not know how it will go if you have some eggs with my carry-on. Maybe next time to try.

 

I hope to find someone who can help me, by shipping well fertilized eggs from Coronation Sussex. to The Netherlands - Europe

Kindest Regards,

Conny

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I'vefound this thread fascinating. We are forbidden to import poultry into Australia, but being an ex-pat American living in Oz I wondered if anyone was interested in importing eggs from Australia? I have mainly Australian Araucana, Black Australorpe, and recently acquired Genuine Godborg (the developer of the breed owns a local butcher shop). It is still winter here, but if I were to export fertile eggs it would have to be a labour of love with me flying with the eggs to a port of entry in the US or Vancouver.(I have family in the PNW & Florida.) Out of curiosity, are there any breeds that would be sought after enough to warrant the hassle? My 40 year class reunion is in South Florida in 2015 (May or June?) So a trip State-side could be fun.
post #84 of 88

I will like to do just the opposite. Can some one guide me regarding obtaining export permits to send hatching poultry eggs to Ghana, Africa?

post #85 of 88
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Received two calls from a 909 area code to purchase chickens and geese for exporting. They missed me the first call and left a message. The second I answered. I explained we were not set up for exporting. Though the number looks legitimate for http://www.tradeinfo365.com/NorthAmerica/ROLF-ENTERPRISES-INC.html red flags did go up. I would use caution in exporting any fowl without being an approved USDA exporter.

Hall Family Farm specializes in Heritage breeds of poultry.Buff Orpingtons are our favorite.

We also have in large fowl: Black, Blue, White and Self Blue Orpington, Australorp, Red Dorking, Dark Brahma, Buff Minorca. Barred Plymouth Rock Bantams. American Buff Geese, Narragansett Turkeys.

We also raise Heirloom vegetables!

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Hall Family Farm specializes in Heritage breeds of poultry.Buff Orpingtons are our favorite.

We also have in large fowl: Black, Blue, White and Self Blue Orpington, Australorp, Red Dorking, Dark Brahma, Buff Minorca. Barred Plymouth Rock Bantams. American Buff Geese, Narragansett Turkeys.

We also raise Heirloom vegetables!

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post #86 of 88

If you are still interested in bringing in some eggs, let me know. I may be interested.

 

 

 

I'vefound this thread fascinating. We are forbidden to import poultry into Australia, but being an ex-pat American living in Oz I wondered if anyone was interested in importing eggs from Australia? I have mainly Australian Araucana, Black Australorpe, and recently acquired Genuine Godborg (the developer of the breed owns a local butcher shop). It is still winter here, but if I were to export fertile eggs it would have to be a labour of love with me flying with the eggs to a port of entry in the US or Vancouver.(I have family in the PNW & Florida.) Out of curiosity, are there any breeds that would be sought after enough to warrant the hassle? My 40 year class reunion is in South Florida in 2015 (May or June?) So a trip State-side could be fun.

post #87 of 88

How about exporting from the States to the Philippines? I couldnt find any information :(

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post #88 of 88
Wow! This is crazy, but I understand why it is all done. I was hoping to possibly get some hatching Appenzeller Spitzhauben eggs when we go to Switzerland, but it seems like that is a pipe dream. Even if I was able to find a LEGAL way to make all of it work, how do they even stay viable on such a long trip? I don't want to try anything illegal, but I am curious as to how the eggs even survive.
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