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Embryos: animal health certificates and sanitary requirements for export

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A list of valid export certificates for embryos can be found below. If you are planning an export, please contact the Animal Health Offices in your area to get a copy of the export certificate and verify that the export certificate is still valid, that it applies to your export, and that there are no disease outbreaks or other events that may cause exports to be suspended. Please note that export conditions from some of the certificates to the USA are provided for information purposes only.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

Algeria

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

B

Bahamas

Bangladesh

Belarus

Certificate for Belarus suspended. Belarus has advised that the certificate for Bovine embryos to Russia HA1334 (amended 2009-04-17) is to be used for all future shipments of bovine embryos to Belarus.

Belize

Bolivia

Brazil

Burkina Faso

C

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Cuba

D

Dominican Republic

E

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Ethiopia

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 Canadian Food Inspection Agency (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 the CFIA public website 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 the CFIA public website, 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 the CFIA public website is submitted, it will be refused endorsement by the CFIA veterinarians.

G

Georgia

Great Britain, Channel Islands and Isle of Man

Guatemala

H

Honduras

I

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Israel

J

Jamaica

Japan

Jordan

K

Kazakhstan

Kenya

Korea (Republic of)

Kyrgyz Republic

L

Libya

M

Malaysia

Mexico

Moldova

Mongolia

Morocco

N

Namibia

New Zealand

Nicaragua

Norway

Norway has aligned import conditions with those of the European Union (EU) and accepts certification through the EU electronic certification system, Trade Control and Expert System New Technology (TRACES NT), as of January 15, 2022.

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 the CFIA public website 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 the CFIA public website, 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 the CFIA public website is submitted, it will be refused endorsement by the CFIA veterinarians.

O

Oman

P

Pakistan

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

R

Russia

Rwanda

S

Saint Vincent

Saudi Arabia

Serbia Republic

South Africa

Switzerland

Switzerland has aligned import conditions with those of the European Union (EU) and accepts certification through the EU electronic certification system, Trade Control and Expert System New Technology (TRACES NT), as of January 15, 2022.

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 the CFIA public website 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 the CFIA public website, 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 the CFIA public website is submitted, it will be refused endorsement by the CFIA veterinarians.

T

Tajikistan

Thailand

Trinidad and Tobago

Tunisia

Turkey (Republic of)

U

Uganda

Ukraine

United Arabes Emirates

United States

Uruguay

Uzbekistan

V

Venezuela

Vietnam

W

Ovine/Caprine embryos collected before April 21, 2021

Western Samoa

Z

Zimbabwe

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