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Caprine and ovine: animal health certificates and sanitary requirements for export

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Dominican Republic

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European Union

Canadian exporters are required to use the Trade Control and Expert System New Technology (TRACES NT) as of January 15, 2022, for export certificates for all food and animal commodities destined to the EU. For more information about TRACES, refer to the CFIA web page Exporting food and animal products to the European Union.

Exporters are required to complete Part I of the appropriate certificate in TRACES NT and continue to request export services (inspection and certificate issuance) from their local CFIA office.

Export certificates are accessed through the TRACES NT and are listed below.

If you are planning an export, please contact the Animal health offices in your area to get further information.

Note - Only the specific certificates listed on Merlin/CFIA public websites for export of a particular commodity to the European Union (EU) are to be endorsed by CFIA veterinarians. A number of other certificates, which are not listed on Merlin/CFIA public websites, exist within the EU system (TRACES NT). These certificates should not be submitted by exporters for CFIA endorsement. If a certificate which is not listed on Merlin/CFIA public websites is submitted, it will be refused endorsement by the CFIA veterinarians.

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United States

Under a joint arrangement made by USDA-APHIS Veterinary Services (APHIS VS) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), sheep and goats of Canadian origin that are not currently eligible to enter the United States may move to eligible airports in the United States for immediate export to a third country. This includes sheep or goats of more than 12 months of age, pregnant females, and sheep and goats intended for purposes other than feeding or slaughter. Please view Transits of Canadian-origin sheep and goats through the United States PDF (40 kb).

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