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International Animal Product Export Regulations

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Notice

If you have any questions or concerns regarding these regulations for exporting animals or animal products to a foreign country, you should contact the APHIS-VS Area Office in the State from which the animals or products will be exported.


Chapter 6(A) Health Certificate for Partially Treated Game Trophies Consisting Only of Hides, Skins, Bones, Horns, Hooves, Claws, Antlers, and/or Teeth of Ungulates or Birds

Please select the appropriate certificate below based upon the animal-origin ingredients and, for hides/skins, the processing method.

In section I.28 of the certificate, for “Nature of commodity” enter one or more of the following as appropriate: [bones], [horns], [hooves], [claws], [antlers], [teeth], [hides] or [skins].

In section I.28 of the certificate, for "Species (Scientific name)": enter one or more of the following terms as appropriate: Aves, Equidae, Tapiridae, Rhinocertitidae, Antilocaparidae, Bovidae, Camelidae, Cervidae, Giraffidae, Hippopotamindae, Moschidae Suidae, Tayassuidae, Tragulidae, or Elephantidae.

Bones, Horns, Hooves, Claws, Antlers, and/or Teeth Only

Hides/Skins Only

Dried

Salted for 14 days prior to shipment

Salted for 14 days including time of shipment

Both (A) Hides/Skins and (B) Bones, Horns, Hooves, Claws, Antlers, and/or Teeth

With Dried Hides/Skins

With Hides/Skins Salted for 14 days prior to shipment

With Hides/Skins Salted for 14 days including time of shipment

Other (This version should be utilized when the line-outs in the above versions are not appropriate.) 

 

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Last Modified: February 13, 2014