Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor | Richard A. Ball, Commissioner


High Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI)
State: All
Date Effective: May 14, 2015

All poultry moved into New York require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection or a USDA VS Form 9-3 and must be:
1) From a source flock in which 30 birds were tested negative for avian influenza within ten days prior to entry into New York State; Or
2) From a source flock that has been certified by the State of Origin as an Avian Influenza Monitored Flock; Or
3) From an NPIP U.S. H5/H7 Avian Influenza Clean or NPIP U.S. Avian Influenza Clean Flock

All hatching eggs and day-old chicks imported into New York must be from an NPIP U.S. H5/H7 Avian Influenza Clean flock or NPIP U.S. Avian Influenza Clean Flock.
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    New York State Dept of Ag & Markets Import / Export Clerk:
    Ph: 518-457-3971 Fax: 518-485-0839
    10B Airline Drive
    Albany, NY 12235

    APHIS Veterinary Services Import / Export Clerk:
    Ph: 518-218-7540 Fax: 518-218-7545
    500 New Karner Road 2nd Floor
    Albany, NY 12205

    Information for Importing Birds or Bird Products

    Important: Each town, city, county may have their own ordinances regarding importation of poultry. It is recommended to call the town, city, and county well in advance.  For New York City, call NYC Dept of Health at (212) 676-2112.

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