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SUBPART B.  BREEDING AND PROPAGATION OF

WILD BIRDS AND WILD QUADRUPEDS

§171.  Wildlife; business of raising and selling; breeder's license

A.  Whoever desires to engage in raising, selling, or raising and selling domestic white-tailed deer or other domesticated deer native to North America; squirrels, rabbits, or other wild game quadrupeds; pheasants, quail, doves, or other domesticated wild game birds; domesticated wild waterfowl, resident or migratory; or their parts, on breeding farms or propagating preserves of which he is the owner or lessee, shall apply to the secretary for a license to do so.  Provided that commission requirements have been satisfied, including payment of a fee of twenty-five dollars, a license shall be issued permitting the applicant to breed and propagate such animals and sell them alive, or in the case of domesticated wild game birds, to sell their parts and to kill and transport them and sell their carcasses for food, as hereinafter provided in this Subpart.  

B.  The state license expires at midnight on the last day of each December.  

C.  In the case of a breeder of wild migratory game and other birds, the applicant shall have received a like license from the federal government under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.  

D.  Violation of any of the provisions of this Section constitutes a class two violation.  

Amended by Acts 1974, No. 717, §1; Acts 1981, No. 838, §1; Acts 1986, No. 520, §1; Acts 1991, No. 110, §2; Acts 1992, No. 41, §2; Acts 1992, No. 528, §1, eff. June 29, 1992.  



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