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Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by hitnspit, Jan 25, 2011.
anyone know where i can look this info up...Thank you...jim
Depends where do you live if you live in pa i believe you can go to their hunting website and contact somebody there so just go to your states hunting website like the people who sell the hunting lisences
Quote:If you are selling domestic breeds, try your State Agriculture Dept. No need to go to the Dept of Natural Resources unless you are talking about wild turkeys. I doubt you need to have any special permit for domestic breeds, but each state is different.
Quote:What state do you live in and what breeds of turkeys will you be raising?
well i live in Vermont and the type of turkey not so sure right now. Looking to make sure its something I can do. I read at some point with chickens if youo go over a number then the fda and all kind or rules are in affect. I do raise a few for the family but looking to make it bigger and try to make some money on the side. Its all a hobby. Just looking and wondering. Thank you for the replys. keep them comeing....jim
Vt Bird Fanciers
President - Brad Tuckerman, PO Box 264, Barnard 05031; 234-7240
V. President - Doug Cummings, 289 Downer Rd., Sharon 05065; 763-8689
Secretary - Prudence Pease, 889-5685
Treasurer - George Annis, 7508 County Rd., Calais 05648; 229-4628
VT Poultry Association
President - Richard Paquette, Box 143, Colchester 05446; 655-0444
V. President -
Sec./Treas. - Jackie M. Devoid, PO Box 146, Salisbury 05769-0146; 352-4241
VT Turkey Growers Association
President - Dave Adams, 1192 Old Stage Road, Westford 05494; 878-4726
V. President - Paul A. Stone, Stonewood Farm, Orwell 05760; 948-2277
Secretary - John Palmer, RD #1, Box 232B, New Haven, VT 05472; 453-4748
Treasurer - Roger Howes, Turnpike Rd., Norwich 05055; 649-1061
From your VT. Dept. of Ag: http://www.vermontagriculture.com/about/agorgs.html
You might see the `feds' if you try to transport Wild Easterns in/out of state (Lacey Act Beef FWS Not FDA).