do I have to have any sort of license to sell hatching eggs????

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by cjeanean, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. cjeanean

    cjeanean Can't Decide

    Mar 5, 2008
    Missouri
    Is there any specific permit or anything that I gotta have to sell hatching eggs??? Or is it just depending on what state/area I'm in???? Anyone??? Thanks!!!!
     
  2. Hi!
    No license / permit necessary (that *I'm* aware of).

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    Lisa
     
  3. Rafter 7 Paint Horses

    Rafter 7 Paint Horses Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 13, 2007
    East Texas
    I don't know about where you are, but here in Texas there are regulations you have to go by.

    You have to have a Pullorum/Typhoid test that is clean.

    Jean
     
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2008
  4. fowl32

    fowl32 Out Of The Brooder

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    maybe where you live, check with your county or state extention office.

    but here in alabama theres no regulations.
     
  5. wilds of pa

    wilds of pa Chillin' With My Peeps

    Game birds and there eggs here in Pa you need a permit from PGC plus they inspect you every year.
     
  6. goldensunriseranch

    goldensunriseranch Chillin' With My Peeps

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    you can check on this list of state regulations. scroll past the cattle etc and it will give you a section on poultry & hatching egg requirements.

    http://www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/sregs/
     
  7. NYREDS

    NYREDS Overrun With Chickens

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    Yes-send me the $25 fee and I'll take care of it for you.[​IMG]
    Just kidding-you may need to be NPIP certified to ship into some states though.
     
  8. Crunchie

    Crunchie Brook Valley Farm

    Mar 1, 2007
    Maryland
    Like previous posters have suggested, I would check with your individual state--here in MD, I have to have a "permit to sell hatching eggs, poultry and/or operate a hatchery"

    I have the above, plus I am an NPIP participant (pullorum-free status) and will be participating in an AI testing program. My local ag office does it all for free. The hardest part is catching my nasty roosters. Last time I made the tester do it--he was such a good sport! [​IMG]
     

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