Certifying Poultry


Below are the forms required to certify organic poultry.  Please read each one carefully. All of these forms can be completed online through the certification portal, or downloaded and completed manually and mailed to us.

  1. Producer Information
  2. Poultry Supplement  Use this form for certifying all poultry – chickens, ducks, geese, turkey, quail, guinea fowl – for meat and/or eggs.
  3. Organic Farm Plan  Most livestock operations will also need to complete an organic farm plan because they grow livestock feed and/or manage crop land for pasture or forage.  If you are certifying other crops such as vegetables you may have already downloaded or completed this from.  You only need to complete it once.  Be sure you also consider how you manage pasture, hay land and grain crops when you complete this form.
  4. Crop List
  5. Material List
  6. Field History Form
  7. Landowner Affidavit
  8. Organic Producer Endorsement
  9. Fee Schedule
  10. Explanation of Cost Share Programs

Please be sure to also read our guidance documents, all of which are located in our Practice Manual, which you can read online or download. You can learn more about record keeping for organic livestock production here.  If you prefer, you can receive a paper copy in the mail, plus any forms you may need.  Call 568-6030 or email certification@mofga.org.

Please contact us if you would like to complete your application online through our certification portal. Or, email a PDF of your application to: certification@mofga.org or mail your paper application to: MOFGA Certification, PO Box 170, Unity, ME 04988. Fees and a completed fee sheet must accompany your application.

Fees can be mailed in (checks payable to MOFGA Certification) or you can pay through our secure online portal.

If your livestock operation involves the growing of crops (hay, corn etc.) please be aware that we cannot issue a certificate for a crop after it is harvested. In these cases the application deadline will be the same as for crops applications – June 1, 2024.

Thank you for choosing MOFGA Certification Services.

If you are looking for certification information for other types of livestock, please click HERE.