Out of State NPIP Members Import permit - e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-564-6700. Indicate that you are an NPIP member. The KS Dept. of Agriculture will mail the import application to your state for NPIP verification so you can consign birds using a VS Form 9-3. Out of state sellers must present the import permit letter from KAHD before unloading birds. Anyone consigning any species requiring a Kansas Game Breeders’ Permit must show proof of legal ownership, possession, importation and/or other required documentation from the originating state (game breeders’ permit). (See list of birds under Kansas below.) If you have the VS Form 9-3, you do not need a general health paper to consign birds.
Out of State Non-NPIP Members Import permit (see import permit information under Out of State NPIP Member. Indicate that you are not an NPIP member.) You will need a general health paper in triplicate and the 4-part VS Form 9-2. All copies must be readable & signed by a certified tester. Out of state sellers must present the import permit letter from KAHD before unloading birds. Anyone consigning any species requiring a Kansas Game Breeders’ Permit must show proof of legal ownership, possession, importation and/or other required documentation such as game breeders’ permit from the originating state. (See list of birds under Kansas requirements.)
Kansas Residents To sell chickens, guineas, peafowl, pheasants, & quail, you must present the 4-part NPIP VS Form 9-2 before the birds are unloaded. A Kansas Game Breeder’s Permit is needed to sell Ringneck Pheasants, Bobwhite Quail, Scaled Quail, game animals, & fur-bearing animals native to Kansas & existing as a wild population. Chicks under 4 months old must be from an NPIP flock. Bring the NPIP form for the breeder birds and write the number on the box. There will not be no pullorum-typhoid testing at the fairgrounds. Call the Kansas Animal Health Department phone 785-564-6700 for the name of a tester in your area app. 2 weeks before the auction. According to the information I received from this office, they are waiving this requirement until October 1, 2019, because of the shortage of antigen.
Consignors selling wild waterfowl must complete Sale Notice Form 3-186 and turn it to the check-in people at the time the birds are checked in.
Consignors are responsible for picking up their completed forms once the birds are sold.
Testing Requirement for Animals: K. S.A. Article 10 - Public Livestock Markets - Regulations 47-1001 to 47-1013 require a separate health paper in triplicate for each animal. All Fur-bearing animals including pot-bellied pigs, goats, sheep, ratites, and all birds must have general health papers. Give health papers to check-in people before animals are unloaded. All tests must be conducted within 30 days of the sale.
Cattle, Buffalo, Elk, Goats, & Llamas over 6 months old must have a negative TB and Bangs Test. Deer over 6 months old must have a negative Brucellosis test or have proof of being from an accredited Brucellosis free herd.
Horse, Mules, & Donkeys must have a negative Coggins Test.
New scapies regulations require that sexually intact sheep & goats sold for breeding be individually identified with a permanent form of identification. This can be done with a flock tag obtained from the premise of origin from the USDA, a USDA approved tag applied & premise of origin recorded at the sale barn or auction, or a registration tattoo. As it is impossible to know that sexually intact sheep & goats sold at an auction will be going directly to slaughter, all sexually intact sheep and goats should be identified. Tags are available at the auction.
The consignor constructed a large cage to properly protect and display this peafowl's long tail and it paid off in the price that was bid for the bird.
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