Kan. Admin. Regs. § 9-9-4 - Poultry importation permits
Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022
Any person desiring to import poultry, or poultry hatching eggs, into Kansas shall not be entitled to do so, unless and until he shall have first obtained a poultry importation permit from the livestock sanitary commissioner of Kansas. Such a permit shall not be required for waterfowl or for waterfowl hatching eggs imported under provision of regulation 9-9-3. An application for such a permit shall be submitted to the livestock sanitary commissioner and shall be made only on a form approved and supplied by the livestock sanitary commissioner. Such a permit shall be issued to the applicant, by the livestock sanitary commissioner of Kansas, or his duly authorized representative, when it has been determined:
Each container in which poultry or poultry hatching eggs are transported or shipped into Kansas shall bear an official label stating:
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