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The following is a summary of Indiana's animal health laws governing the transportation of poultry into Indiana. The transportation laws may be found at 345 IAC 1-3. For additional information, contact the Indiana State Board of Animal Health at (317) 544-2400 or click here to submit an e-mail inquiry.
"Poultry" means domesticated fowl, including the following:
(G) Waterfowl.-"Waterfowl" means domesticated fowl that normally swim, such as ducks and geese.
(H) Game birds.-"Game birds" means domesticated fowl such as pheasants, partridge, quail, grouse, and guineas.
The term does not include doves and pigeons.
Certificate of Veterinary Inspection: One of the following is required.
Entry Permit: Not required.
Other Requirements: No person may transport into Indiana poultry, including hatching eggs, unless one of the following is met:
Exhibition: If the animal is to be entered in a livestock exhibition in Indiana, see also the Indiana Exhibition Requirements.