Kan. Admin. Regs. § 9-9-5 - Health certificates; turkeys over four (4) months and other poultry over five (5) months of age

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

Turkeys over four (4) months of age, and other poultry over five (5) months of age, may be brought, shipped, or imported into the state of Kansas, for purposes other than immediate slaughter: Provided, they are accompanied by an official health certificate, or a permit acceptable to livestock sanitary commissioner of Kansas, issued by the chief livestock health official of the state of origin certifying:

(a) that such turkeys, and such other poultry are free from any evidence of any infectious or contagious disease;
(b) that such turkeys and such other poultry have not been exposed to any such disease; and
(c) that such poultry are classified as U.S. pullorum-typhoid clean. Such turkeys and other poultry may be permitted to move into the state of Kansas under quarantine. Upon arrival at the point of destination such turkeys and poultry shall be held under such quarantine, separate and apart from other poultry, until they have been tested for pullorum and typhoid diseases, and have been found negative to such diseases, and until the elapse of thirty (30) days after such importation and after such negative tests. Such turkeys and other poultry, so imported, which are tested and found to be positive to any of such diseases, shall be immediately moved under quarantine to a destination, acceptable to the livestock sanitary commissioner, for purposes of immediate slaughter.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 9-9-5
Authorized by K.S.A. 47-610; effective Jan. 1, 1966.

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