Dear Lydia, looks like that VDE does not export the full Bait Tech line to the USA. But, there is a better option, same thing without carp attractors: I'm sure that you can buy prepared hemp seed (roasted or cooked or freshly milled) in a nearby fishing tackle shop or mail order. Hempseed is very good for catching catfish and carp, and it is THE traditional treat and most prized natural supplement food for poultry in Europe.
We have a poem that all and every children know and learn in school, and the poem's story is talking with a hen about it's treasured life, talking with the dog about the hen, that he must not eat it because it is the only hen of Mom. In the 3rd verse, it says that the hen lives like a king, because she is eating hempseed. If you would like to try translating the poem from Hungarian, give it a try, Google translator works so one can get the story: http://www.poet.hu/vers/82
Old poems don't lie, and whether it is pure hemp-oil (Nutrabaits has a clear product, but healthshops carry hempseed oil too) that we sprinkle a bit on scratch or real prepared hempseed, it is very beneficial for poultry. When I make pasta at home I use to put a teaspoon of hempseed-flour to the dough, it gives a nice nutty taste to the pasta.
Also, fish meal can be bought in different qualities, if you have only a few birds search for boilie base flour ingredients: herring-, halibut-, tuna-, krill-meal is ready to purchase in bigger tackleshops.
For big flocks I would call fish processing plants, maybe they will tell where they sell the fish-flours.
I would not feed fish-meal to those poultry that will be butchered. Industrially raised birds can have a fishy taste linked to fish-meal in their diet.
That facebook gallery is public, but here is a picture of the new girls:
Currently I am strengthening them up, they are selected from huge flocks that are left to scavenge with little or no supplements (only a handful of corn that they fought over), and my original two younger birds are way bigger then them. Now I have 1 drake and 4 ducks, so proportion of gender is ideal I guess. They are accepting each other, pecking order is barely noticeable. I feel very lucky to care for them.