I just got off the phone with the Alabama Dept. of Agriculture and found out that you need no forms or license to sell the bird or The eggs, but you can get registered to the NPIP If you want, just to give you a advantage of some paper work to show your birds have been tested for salmanilla and somthing else that i can't remember. They do that once a year. The only thing you have to watch for selling over state lines and their Regs. I'm not sure if your NPIP paper work gives you ok to sell across state lines. But I will find out before I do it. Hope this helps to the ones with the same concerns.