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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Nichrome View Post

Very interesting.  Given that you seem to be more knowledgeable in the matter, where do you think I can get this list from?

 

 

DEFRA website will have them

 

but that will only have the list for couturiers that UK is allowed to receive from

 

you will need to look at your country and see if UK is in the list

 

I'm assuming that if Malta is a country that UK is allowed to receive from them sending to malta will be OK too

5 Red Star, 1 Speckledy, 3 Col Blacktails, 3 White Star [Leghorn]  1 Amber Star - All Hybrid Pullets, 1 French Copper Marans - Roo, 2 Lavender Araucanas - Roos, 3 Cream Legbars - 2 Pullets & 1 Roo

 

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5 Red Star, 1 Speckledy, 3 Col Blacktails, 3 White Star [Leghorn]  1 Amber Star - All Hybrid Pullets, 1 French Copper Marans - Roo, 2 Lavender Araucanas - Roos, 3 Cream Legbars - 2 Pullets & 1 Roo

 

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post #12 of 16

Its true there is a approved list, however that does not stop you having to satisfying a few conditions,

1. They most enter/leave through a BIP (a veterinary inspection point approved for the product you are sending-especially if sending by air)

2. Must apply for a licence from / notify the AHVLA {Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency }(these are in charge of export/import, they are part of DEFRA but you will find they have all updated information) 

3. Veterinary inspection and completion of health checks of the birds or if eggs/chicks the parent stock within ten days prior to the shipment.

These are mininium requirements as far as I'm aware for the UK and I'm pretty sure there are no counties you can send to legally without doing what I've stated. As for approved list basically if the country your wanting to import from is not on the list ,your not going to get anywhere with AHVLA.

This is information I got of the AHVLA when I contacted them about sending half a dozen or so eggs within the EU last month, so it is up to date, and you can can't just send eggs to approved countries without filling these forms in.

Regards

PS 

Always check directly with the relevant authority before engaging in the Inter-border movement of animals and animal products (so the AHVLA in the UK and USDA in the US). It never hurts to send an email to clarify a position. 

post #13 of 16

i do practice quail farming and am looking for market where i can export quail eggs if you are interested pliz email me thanks.

post #14 of 16

Hi my name is Edwin and i can supply you with Quail eggs from Kenya.

post #15 of 16

Hi, am living in Uganda East Africa, am poultry farmer mostly i deal in quail eggs and meat, i need to widen my business by exporting them,but i need your help and get market for quail eggs or meat, i can supply any quality or quatity of eggs depending on ur request.

ready to hear from you soon

thank you

N.Margret

post #16 of 16

may i have your email address ,i export quails eggs around the world 

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