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Title: Poultry Imports Permits
Alternate Title:
Description: An import permit must be obtained from the Minnesota Board of Animal Health (BAH) prior to importation of hatching eggs, poultry or ratites into the state.
Subject: Poultry
Creation Date: 9/11/2008 2:13:52 PM
Modification Date: 7/22/2009 12:26:12 PM
Agency Name: Animal Health (BAH), Minnesota Board of
Agency URL: https://www.mn.gov/bah
Agency Description: The Minnesota Board of Animal Health's responsibilities include protecting the health of domestic animals of the state.
Agency Phone: 651-296-2942
Agency Fax: 651-296-7417
Agency URL: https://www.mn.gov/bah
Agency Address:
625 Robert Street North

St. Paul
MN
55155
Unit Name: Poultry Import Permit
Unit URL:
Unit Description:
Unit Phone: 320-231-5170
Unit Fax: Contact person(s): poultry@state.mn.us
Unit URL:
Unit Address:
622 Business Hwy. 71 N.E., P.O. Box 126

Willmar
MN
56201-0126
Audience: Hold Application URL:
Renewal URL:
Versa URL:
Requirements:

An import permit must be obtained from the Board prior to importation of hatching eggs, poultry or ratites into the state. The application for an annual import permit must be endorsed by the official animal health agency of the state or country of origin and indicate that the requirements of this part have been met. A single move import permit can be obtained by completing and returning the Single Move Request Form -Poultry or by calling 320-231-5170.


Rules: 1721.0280
1721.0270 - .0360

Statutes: 35.03

Forms:

Single Move Request Form -Poultry


Fees:

None, by Minnesota. There may be a fee from official animal health agency of the state or country of origin.


Period of Issuance:

Annual Permit: September 1 - August 31 or 

Single Movement Permit: Valid for 30 days


Length of Determination: 1 - 14 days once all requirements have been met.
Other Info:
Activity: Animals
Poultry
License Detail URL:

Import Regulations

Poultry

Minnesota Board of Animal Health


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