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Day old chicks hatching eggs

Country: Pakistan

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Importing country requirements

1) The day-old chickens or hatching eggs originate from breeding establishments and hatcheries that are audited and approved for export by the Australian Department of Agriculture
 
2) The Australian State or Territory from which the day-old chickens or hatching eggs for export to Pakistan are derived is free from highly pathogenic avian influenza.

3) The farm of origin of the day-old chickens or hatching eggs is not under any official quarantine restrictions.

4) The day-old chickens to be exported to Pakistan have been inspected by a registered veterinarian within 48 hours before export and are free from evidence of disease (delete for hatching eggs).

5) There have been no cases of Fowl cholera, avian encephalomyelitis, infectious laryngotracheitis, Newcastle disease, Marek’s disease, avian leucosis, infectious bronchitis, infectious bursal disease, Mycoplasma gallinarum, Mycoplasma synoviae, Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum, Salmonella enteritidis and Salmonella typhimurium in the breeding flocks from which the day-old chickens or hatching eggs originate in the six months prior to export.

6) The donor flocks from which the day-old chickens or hatching eggs are produced have been tested for Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum by serum agglutination tests at least twice in the 6 months prior to export, including once within 30 days of export. A number sufficient to detect 5% prevalence with 95% confidence was tested. No evidence of Salmonella pullorum or Salmonella gallinarum was detected.

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The housing of the donor flocks from which the day-old chickens or hatching eggs are produced has been microbiologically tested for Salmonella typhimurium and Salmonella enteritidis. Five samples per house were tested at least twice in the 6 months prior to export, including once within 30 days of export. No evidence of Salmonella typhimurium or Salmonella enteritidis was detected.

7) The donor flocks from which the day-old chickens or hatching eggs are produced have been tested for Mycoplasma gallinarum and Mycoplasma synoviae by serum agglutination tests at least twice in the 6 months prior to export, including once within 30 days of export. A number sufficient to detect 5% prevalence with 95% confidence was tested. No evidence of Mycoplasma gallinarum or Mycoplasma synoviae was detected.

8) The day-old chickens have been hatched from eggs that had been fumigated and disinfected before setting (delete for hatching eggs).

9) The day-old chickens have been hatched from hatchers that were disinfected or fumigated before use (delete for hatching eggs).

10) The hatching eggs for export have been disinfected or fumigated prior to packing (delete for day-old chickens).

11) The day-old chickens or hatching eggs were placed into new, clean packaging for export to Pakistan. The day-old chickens or hatching eggs destined for export have not come into contact with other poultry, eggs or birds.

12) The consignment will depart from the breeding establishment or hatchery referred to in clause 1) to Pakistan on (date).

Import permit

An import permit is required

Exporter requirements to meet the importing country requirements

1) Documentation confirming successful audit of approval of breeding establishment and hatchery by Department of Agriculture within 12 months prior to export.

2) Documentation from the State or Territory Veterinary authority identifying that the state or territory is free from HPAI.

3) Documentation from the State or Territory Veterinary Authority of no official quarantine restrictions on the farm of origin.

4) Declaration from a registered veterinarian that inspected the day-old-chickens.

5) Documentation from the operator of the premises where the breeding flocks from which the day-old-chicks or hatching eggs were derived from of no evidence of the relevant non-notifiable diseases occurring on the premises for six months prior to export.

Documentation from the State or Territory Veterinary Authority of no evidence of the relevant notifiable diseases occurring on the premises where the breeding flocks from which the day-old-chicks or hatching eggs were derived from for six months prior to export.

6) Records of blood sampling and laboratory test results within the appropriate time period and at the correct confidence levels.

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Records of sampling and laboratory test results within the appropriate time period and correct sampling regime.
7) Records of blood sampling and laboratory test results within the appropriate time period and at the correct confidence levels.

8) Declaration from the operator of the breeder flock establishment/hatchery that the day-old chickens have been hatched from eggs that had been fumigated and disinfected before setting.

9) Declaration from the operator of the breeder flock establishment/hatchery that the day-old chickens have been hatched from hatchers that were disinfected or fumigated before use.

10) Declaration from the operator of the breeder flock establishment/hatchery that the hatching eggs have been disinfected or fumigated prior to packing.

11) Exporter declaration that the day-old chickens or hatching eggs were packed in new, clean packaging for export and have had no contact with other poultry, eggs or birds.

12) Export date listed on the Notice of Intention (NOI) submitted to the Department of Agriculture.

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Last updated: 3/07/2022 11:09 PMCreated: 15/01/2015 12:31 PM