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  1. rirbrahma

    rirbrahma Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Aloha,
    Want to buy black copper marans(feathered legs)or Black,white, or blue True Ameraucana's.
    Here's the catch;) I live in hawaii, maui. I am really looking for people who are willing to send day old chicks here. It's hard to get QUALITY birds here


    here is the link to get permits for hawaii: http://hawaii.gov/hdoa/ai/ldc/birds


    Help
    if ya can!

    Aloha & God bless!!
     
  2. HallFamilyFarm

    HallFamilyFarm APA ETL#195

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    The requirements seem fairly simple.

    LIVESTOCK DISEASE CONTROL BRANCH REQUIREMENTS

    General Entry Requirements

    As of October 2002, all poultry, birds, day-old chicks and hatching eggs require a Poultry and Bird Import Permit (West Nile Virus Import Permit), through the Livestock Disease Control Branch, Department of Agriculture, to address the West Nile virus epidemic in the continental United States. Most types of birds entering the State must complete a pre-arrival isolation requirement of seven days (168 hours), within 36 hours of entry, to reduce the chances that a West Nile virus infected bird will be transported to Hawaii. The exceptions to the seven days pre-arrival isolation requirement are: hatching eggs and day-old birds, and chickens, pheasants, quail, chuckers, rock doves (domestic pigeons), and budgerigars, that are older than four weeks.

    Accredited veterinarians issuing Certificates of Veterinary Inspection or hatchery agents (for hatching eggs and day-old chicks) needing import requirements can contact the Livestock Disease Control Branch, Import and Compliance Section at 808-837-8092 or FAX 808-837-8094 or click here to email for specific entry requirements and to request a Poultry and Bird Import Permit at least ten days prior to the scheduled shipping date of poultry or birds.

    Poultry

    For the purposes of entry, “Poultry” means ducks, geese, pigeons, and birds of the order Galliformes such as chickens, turkeys, guinea fowls, peafowl, pheasants, grouse, partridges, and quail, including their eggs for hatching.

    In summary, poultry except chicken hatching eggs and day-old birds, and chickens, pheasants, quail, chuckers, and rock doves (domestic pigeons) that are older than four weeks, require a pre-arrival seven-day (168 hours) isolation from mosquitoes under the supervision of an accredited veterinarian and must enter the State within 36 hours of completing isolation.

    In addition, poultry must originate from a flock having a Pullorum-Typhoid clean rating in a state or national plan, or have been tested for Pullorum-Typhoid disease with negative results within 30 days of entry. The poultry cannot be vaccinated for any disease with a vaccine containing a live agent within 60 days of shipment.

    An individual identification device (leg or wing band) must be on each bird and numbers listed on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI); however, individual identification does not apply to day-old birds. The CVI must also contain a Statement that the poultry are “Free of external parasites.” All poultry entering the State must be kept in isolation from other resident birds for a period of 7 days at the importer’s premises.

    Non-commercial chickens are required to be test-negative for Newcastle’s disease virus by the hemagglutination inhibition assay within 14 days of entry.​
     
  3. rirbrahma

    rirbrahma Chillin' With My Peeps

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