If you have any questions or concerns regarding the procedures and requirements for exporting animals, animal products, or to obtain a zoosanitary certificate for an animal product, you should contact the VS Field Office covering the area from where the product will be exported (or the area in which your office is located).

Animal Products

Live Animals

Animal Products to Israel

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

Blood (bovine) products (not including whole blood) for technical uses - April 2016 (pdf 308kb)

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 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)

Processed fish protein for use as agricultural fertilizer - June 2002 (pdf 68kb)

Rendered Meal - Poultry, Feather and Fish - April 2016 (pdf 235kb)

Rendered Meal - Poultry, Feather and Fish - Plant Certification - March 2016 (pdf 40kb)

Sheep blood - June 1996 (pdf 2kb)

Tendons - frozen porcine tendons for technical purposes  - April 2016 (pdf 43kb)

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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