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Exporting Poultry from the Isle of Man

There are health requirements for the exportation of domestic fowls and captive birds to Great Britain. Captive birds including Show Poultry are required to be accompanied by an ‘Owner Declaration’. Full health requirements can be viewed at the general export licence.

However, please be aware of any restrictions due to Avian Influenza

Please ensure that you comply with the Livestock Transport regulations.

Exports to the EU and Third Countries will require health certification.

For further information please contact:

Animal Health Team – Regulation Directorate

Thie Slieau Whallian

Foxdale Road

St John's


Telephone:+44 1624 685844

Email:Send Email

For information on import and export restrictions under the Endangered Species Act or Wild Animals (Restriction on Importation) Act, please click here: Endangered Species or Exotic Birds.

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Updated 20.2.22

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