Hi all, hoping someone else has encountered this. I sent in a request to get my flock NPIP certified for future hatching egg sales. Easy peasy, someone coming out in a month to do blood tests, but I mentioned my muscovies and that brought things to a screeching stop. My muscovies free range so they have some contact with the chickens. Apparently I will automatically fail inspection if the two flocks are not 100% separated, even if the waterfowl is tested. This is a bit problematic since my muscovies have never been penned up in their lives. I haven't found any documentation of flocks needing to be kept separate if everyone in the flocks is tested. Is this just a New Hampshire thing?