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Ohio import law?? cant buy from Mc Murray

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances (and how to change' started by rocket21, Sep 27, 2015.

  1. rocket21

    rocket21 New Egg

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    i had my order ready and went to checkout but site said they cant ship to ohio. I looked it up and ohio has banned imports from the states that have had Positive Avain flu.

    so im stuck with Hatching eggs unless you guys have another breeder / hatchery that has these chicks that i need. sexed.

    Easter Egger
    3 females

    speckled sussex-
    Males-1
    Females-5

    White Rock or White Orpings
    Female-4

    black or Cuckoo Maran-
    Males-1
    Females-4

    Black Australorps
    Males-1
    Females-4


    Mille Fleur D'uccles
    4females 1 male

    oliver eggers if ava

    thanks if you have any idea send me a shout i believe these are the states that are banned.
    Arkansas
    California
    Idaho
    Iowa
    Kansas
    Kentucky
    Minnesota
    North Dakota
    south Dakota
    Washingtion
    Wisconsin
    Canada
     
  2. Toddrick

    Toddrick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Meyer hatchery is in Ohio...
     
  3. rocket21

    rocket21 New Egg

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    I did try them only have Black Aust ava . id like to get my secondary flock started laying before easter.
     
  4. WthrLady

    WthrLady Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Nebraska had the biggest outbreak and isn't on your list. No major hatcheries though that i know of though.
     
  5. WthrLady

    WthrLady Chillin' With My Peeps

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    And honestly, some of those breeds, you aren't sexing chicks...pullets maybe, and that's still iffy.
     

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