Npip I was already registered.

crazyhen

Crowing
11 Years
Aug 26, 2008
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264
mtns of ,NC.
Last Sept. I got ahold of some sick birds from an auction. I found out I could get my other birds tested every 4 months for free so I did
I was surprised today when my poultry expert came out to do the every 4 month testing of my poultry. I ask about NPIP, Well, he said I was already in the books. Why did I not know this? Humm, anyway I ask him for my num. He will be sending it to me soon. It would have been nice to know it before . I do not at this time intend to sell poultry but some day who knows the way this addiction works on us what I will do. . Jean
 

Wifezilla

Positively Ducky
11 Years
Oct 2, 2008
11,199
133
311
Colorado
I don't like the sound of this.

Who registered you?
How did they get your information?
By what rights are they inspecting you if you never signed up?
 

crazyhen

Crowing
11 Years
Aug 26, 2008
3,196
96
264
mtns of ,NC.
originally I asked to be inspected because i had a sick hen and they ask if i would like to be inspected at reg. intervals free of charge. Well that sounded good. I didn't know that I would be signed up for NPIP. They did not give me a no. etc. Later I decided to check and see what it entailed to be reg. only to find out that I was and already had a no. I had signed up to be checked I just did not know I would be on NPIP list. I felt this to be a bit underhanded but I guess eventually we all will be a no. ; actually we already are. Social security no. that is. Jean

Ps sorry to be so late in answering. My hb has been critically ill so I was really in a tizzy. He is much better and will be back to himself soon.
 

Sonoran Silkies

Flock Mistress
11 Years
Jan 4, 2009
20,149
406
421
Tempe, Arizona
I believe that when Crazyhen signed up for regular testing she signed up for NPIP. BTW, NPIP and NAIS are not the same thing. In general, many breeders approve of NPIP, and participate. NAIS is another matter entirely.

However NAIS is designed to be managed by individual states, so those states which are heavy into regulation, such as Texas, Michigan and several in the northeast are likely to lump the two together.
 

NCIndiaBlue

Songster
10 Years
Feb 20, 2009
279
1
129
NC
Hi Gloria Jean - or anybody else who knows,

I would like to get my flock tested and be NPIP certified for free, who do I need to contact to do this?
 

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