Hi, While volunteering at the So. Florida fair for the poultry club. a FWC warden came in and informed everyone that ALL barnyard fowl EXCEPT chickens, Pekin duck and Muscovies required a 50.00 annual game farm permit AND we couldn't sell any of these or eggs to anyone that they themselves didn't have a permit. This includes all domesticated geese, ducks, quail, pheasant (peafowl too) and turkeys. I've scoured the FWC website and see only things pertaining to Migratory birds. Not domesticated birds.. What about button quail and coturnix that they are selling locally to the public in feed stores and pet shops? The same warden is supposed to come to our clubs March meeting and give us the state statutes and why it is. She did say something about barnyard ducks, geese and turkeys being allowed to run loose and breeding with native wildlife.. (jeez, My Embden certainly goes out of his way to find a "Florida goose.. are there any?) My button quail would NEVER be able to catch any of our local Bob whites.. This is frustrating. I'm thinking this is another ploy to get more money out of people that are daily losing more rights as we speak. I understand that ifyou are breeding and selling quail, pheasant, peafowl, and migratory waterfowl, you have to have a game farm liscence..but to just buy one or a few? WTH?