I want to raise some Bobwhites and from what I understand I have to have a permit through ODNR. $25/yr if I'm raising them for myself, $40/yr if I want to sell the birds or eggs. I don't mind paying that, but I have a few questions and would appreciate if someone in Ohio could answer them. I don't understand this part: 1533.75 Fee for game or wildlife sold for consumption. The division of wildlife shall receive and collect a nominal sum for each tag or seal affixed to the carcasses of game birds, game quadrupeds, fur-bearing animals, and nonnative wildlife as provided in sections 1533.73, 1533.731, and 1533.74 of the Revised Code. Each tag or seal shall remain affixed until the carcass of the game bird, game quadruped, fur-bearing animal, or nonnative wildlife is finally prepared for consumption, and the sale of a portion of a game bird, game quadruped, fur-bearing animal, or nonnative wildlife that does not at the time have affixed thereto the tag or seal constitutes a violation of those sections. The keeper of a hotel, restaurant, or boarding house, a retail dealer in meat, or a club may sell a portion of a game bird, game quadruped, fur-bearing animal, or nonnative wildlife so tagged to a guest, customer, or member for consumption. What is the fee? They charge you $10 for 100 tags-is that what they're talking about? Or is the person who buys the quail supposed to turn it in? I'm very confused. Also, do they come out and inspect your pens? Just wondering. They seem to make it awfully complicated.