Irish Permits info –

NIPA – LATEST NEWS
Stop Press- Just received an email from Mr Fred Russell – NIPA Secretary – that was received from : Animal Health – Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine – Dublin – It reads as follows : “ Please be advised that permits for racing pigeons into Ireland are no longer required. However the birds should be accompanied by an Owner’s Declaration as normal. Owner’s may use the declaration that is on the Application and this must accompany the birds en route. Also, no hay, straw or peat moss should accompany the pigeons in the course of importation. Pigeons that are been exported from Ireland to mainland Europe or UK contact must be made with those countries to see what requirements are needed to do so “

Permit for individual members training from Republic of Ireland.

Click Here! Application-for-Importation-into-Ireland-Individual..-1

 

 

 

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Willie Reynolds

Covering the sport in Ireland for several years, scribe for both BHW & RP and a number of local newspapers including the News Letter (Farming Life Supplement) each Wednesday. Secretary of Ballymena & District for a number of years and currently PO for the Mighty NIPA. Watch out for the many articles/news items penned by HOMER.

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