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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.


Animal Products to Israel

Blood Products – for technical purposes derived from rodents and lagomorphs - fillable - June 2010 (pdf 37kb)

Digest - Poultry or Swine - March 2005 (pdf 379kb)

Dog Chews - October 2003 (pdf 3kb)

Dog Chews - Plant Certification - October 2003 (pdf 3kb)

Fish Based Fertilizers - Certificate (fillable) - March 2014 (pdf 40kb)

Fish Based Fertilizers - Certificate - March 2014 (pdf 20kb)

Fish Based Fertilizers - Exporter Guidance - March 2014 (pdf 23kb)

Fish Feeds - October 2003 (pdf 3kb)

Fish Feeds - Plant Certification - September 2003 (pdf 6kb)

Fish Meal and Fish Oil - April 2009 (pdf 8kb)

Hides - Dry or Wet Salted - June 2008 (pdf 74kb)

Hides - Fresh Frozen - September 2003 (pdf 9kb)

Meals/Animal Feeds with ingredients of animal origin - 1988 (pdf 3kb)

Milk Replacers/Milk Products for Animal Feed - October 2002 (pdf 85kb)

Milk Replacers/Milk Products for Animal Feed - Plant Certification - October 2002 (pdf 84kb)

Pet Food

Poultry manure based fertilizer - April 2002 (pdf 10kb)

Rendered Meal - Poultry, Feather and Fish - June 2004 (pdf 62kb)

Rendered Meal - Poultry, Feather and Fish - Plant Certification - June 2004 (pdf 68kb)

Sheep blood - June 1996 (pdf 2kb)

All Certificates Should Be Printed on USDA Letterhead Prior to Being Endorsed.

Certification of PLANTS only needs to be done on a yearly basis. Thereafter, each individual shipment is accompanied by a certificate only for that particular product.

 

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Last Modified: March 27, 2014