With the whole thing of us leaving the EU after 2020 birds and animals can’t be brought over from places like Germany in the same way as they can at the moment.Awww that stinks!! Maybe you could go next year!
And I’ll definitely have to try to sometime! Haha though I don’t really need any birds. and for me, importing them into the US would probably be a lot of work haha
Oh wow that’s definitely weird!! That’d probably be how it’d be. Need quarantine. Plus certain animals are illegal.With the whole thing of us leaving the EU after 2020 birds and animals can’t be brought over from places like Germany in the same way as they can at the moment.
Currently you can go over and bring so many birds per person with you in your car or coach etc and have them back at your home the same day.
After we leave they’ll be stricter with it and you’ll need documents and quarantine most likely etc.
I mean, that’s not a bad thing but it’s strange how they can go from one thing to another when leaving has nothing to do with that in the first place
Very true, different countries allow different things and not other things. It makes it difficult when they change it half way through though!Oh wow that’s definitely weird!! That’d probably be how it’d be. Need quarantine. Plus certain animals are illegal.
No way, Josè!don’t you need some grau fee eggs to start refilling all those coturnix cages??
Nope, nope, "NANANANANANANANA",Grau fee and grau fee sparkley
I was so confused for a moment, old blonde moment! Those quail eggs are for someone else after they hatch, and if they back out they're headed to freezer camp!The temporary population decrease in your birds and animals. Seems to me you already have Coturnix eggs in the incubator.
It's still me! I like how it automatically put my "formally known as" name in my title. I'm just a simple girl went with a simple name. Still on Cedar Creek though so I haven't changed topographically!You changed your name and I didn't know who you were for a second