Export Process

We guarantee the quality of the exported animals.

How Export Works

Selection and identification of animals

A careful evaluation is made, according to the technical requirements of the importer, which consists of the selection and identification of the animals to be exported.

Pre-isolation exams

The selected animals undergo a series of exams to identify those that are unfit. Approved animals are transported to the quarantine station.


Inspection and supervision are carried out by MAPA (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply) through examinations of compliance with the international health protocol established by the importing country.

Formalization and legal procedures

The animals adapt to the transport conditions, while awaiting international health documentation and the export process.

Shipping and logistics

Transport entails special precautions, be it by air, sea, or land. At this stage, in addition to the transport contract, the animals are insured, according to the sale condition agreed with the importer.

Receiving and after-sales

We follow up the entire export process until the receiving stage. Then, after-sales work begins and the evolution of animals in the new environment is observed.



Each country makes its health requirements according to official negotiations carried out with MAPA (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply).

The quarantine period varies according to the protocol. During this interval, the animals are treated against endoparasites and ectoparasites, tested for the diseases requested in the protocol, and adapted to the travel feed (if it is by sea). Everything is made to ensure the well-being of animals during shipping.

At the end of isolation, MAPA issues an official document verifying and internationally attesting the veracity of the entire process.

In quarantine, animals that are not suitable for export are removed from the pre-shipment station, thus ensuring the quality of the procedure.