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Saturday March 21st, 2015 9:00 A.M.
Open To The Public- Adults $5
Children Under 12 FREE

The State (Minnesota Board of Animal Health) rules for Community Sales have been revised in 2013 and have gradually being implemented and enforced.
For Minnesota Sellers all hatching eggs, poultry, and ratites must have negative testing for Salmonella Pullorum-Typhoid (P-T) within 30 days prior to the sale or originate from a flock that is classified as P-T Clean. In addition, turkeys must also have negative testing for Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG) and Mycoplasma Synoviae (MS) within 30 days prior to the sale or originate from a flock that is classified as MG and MS Clean. A Minnesota Hatchery Permit Card or a copy o...
f the Hatchery Permit verifies that these requirements have been met. Minnesota sellers not permitted by the Board may bring their test report or have their poultry tested at the Sale (except for turkeys). All turkeys must be tested prior to the Sale. All poultry and ratites except baby poultry must be individually identified with a leg or wing band. For Out-of-State Sellers an Import Permit must be obtained prior to the importation of hatching eggs, poultry or ratites. For an annual import permit, download and complete the application found on the Board’s website (http://www.mn.gov/bah/animals/poultry/files/poultry-import-app.pdf ) and submit to your official state animal health agency. For a 30 day temporary permit, call 320-441-6515. Please bring a copy of the Import Permit to the sale or write the Import Permit number on the certificate that accompanies the poultry being offered for sale. Examples of certificates include: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), NPIP Form VS 9-3 (Report of Sale of Eggs, Chicks, and Poults), NPIP Form VS 9-2 (Flock Selecting and Testing Report), an Annual Import Permit for MN, or other official state test report that demonstrates NPIP test compliance or required testing. All poultry and ratites must have negative testing for Salmonella Pullorum-Typhoid (P-T) within 30 days prior to the sale or originate from a flock that is classified as P-T Clean. In addition, turkeys must also have negative testing for Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG) and Mycoplasma Synoviae (MS) within 30 days prior to the sale or originate from a flock that is classified as MG and MS Clean. Hatching eggs or baby poultry from non-NPIP sources will not be allowed. All poultry and ratites except baby poultry must be individually identified with a leg or wing band. Only new or cleaned and disinfected poultry boxes or containers shall be used to ship baby poultry into Minnesota. It is your responsibility to have a suitable cage. We do not accept cardboard boxes on adult poultry (they fall through the boxes).All cages must have adequate room are required to have food and water in them.
All game birds, waterfowl and animals native to Minnesota are required to have game breeder transfer permit papers or U.S.F.W. transfer permit papers. They must be legal to sell and be tested and the owner must assist by holding. If you are a resident of Minnesota we can test and band your poultry at the sale. The cost will be .50 per test and .50 per band. We cannot test out of state birds. All testing, banding, and paperwork must be done beforehand if you are a out of state consignor. Thanks so much for your cooperation.

Check In & Testing Starts Friday, March 20th At 12:00 Noon. Then Again At 6:00 A.M. On March 21st. Cages Go In Order Of Consignment.

FOR QUESTIONS ON STATE RULES PLEASE CONTACT BOARD OF ANIMAL HEALTH MINNESOTA (320) 231-5170
http://www.bah.state.mn.us/
Please let us know about your consignments. We will be adding to the list every day up until sale day & advertising for you...Thanks !!!
Kathy: 507-840-1131 Barn: 507-847-5679
Trent: 507-840-1212 tklivestock4u@yahoo.com