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Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by chicken vs duck, Nov 23, 2014.
I cant find anything online
do you live in the country, or in the city?
Check with your local Game & Fish Department.
As far as I can tell wild turkeys are considered a game bird in Ohio and as such do require a permit to own and raise them. The fee for a non-commercial permit is $25 per year.
http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/portals...ANIMAL PROPAGATION AND RELATED ACTIVITIES.pdf
As a general rule if you live in an area that allows hunting of a game bird and requires a license to hunt it, you also are required to have a permit to raise them or have them in captivity. Some states like Indiana do not allow possession of Wild Turkeys at all.
Yes, you need a permit.