***WANTED*** RINGNECK PHEASANT EGGS IN OHIO!!!

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  1. Lyz

    Lyz Out Of The Brooder

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    I am looking for ringneck pheasant eggs for sale in ohio. I am in northeast ohio, and am looking for some pheasant eggs. Also, does anyone know if you have to have a permit to raise pheasants in ohio?...Thanks Lyz
     
  2. wilds of pa

    wilds of pa Chillin' With My Peeps

    This may help, but you may want to research it more in detail


    1533.71 License to raise or keep game birds and animals.
    Unless otherwise provided by division rule, any person desiring to engage in the business of raising and selling game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, or fur-bearing animals in a wholly enclosed preserve of which the person is the owner or lessee, or to have game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, or fur-bearing animals in captivity, shall apply in writing to the division of wildlife for a license to do so.

    The division, when it appears that the application is made in good faith and upon the payment of the fee for each license, may issue to the applicant any of the following licenses that may be applied for:

    (A) “Commercial propagating license” permitting the licensee to propagate game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, or fur-bearing animals in the wholly enclosed preserve the location of which is stated in the license and the application therefor, and to sell the propagated game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, or fur-bearing animals and ship them from the state alive at any time, and permitting the licensee and the licensee’s employees to kill the propagated game birds, game quadrupeds, or fur-bearing animals and sell the carcasses for food subject to sections 1533.70 to 1533.80 of the Revised Code. The fee for such a license is forty dollars per annum.

    (B) “Noncommercial propagating license” permitting the licensee to propagate game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, or fur-bearing animals and to hold the animals in captivity. Game birds, game quadrupeds, reptiles, amphibians, and fur-bearing animals propagated or held in captivity by authority of a noncommercial propagating license are for the licensee’s own use and shall not be sold. The fee for such a license is twenty-five dollars per annum.

    (C) A free “raise to release license” permitting duly organized clubs, associations, or individuals approved by the division to engage in the raising of game birds, game quadrupeds, or fur-bearing animals for release only and not for sale or personal use.

    Except as provided by law, no person shall possess game birds, game quadrupeds, or fur-bearing animals in closed season, provided that municipal or governmental zoological parks are not required to obtain the licenses provided for in this section.

    All licenses issued under this section shall expire on the fifteenth day of March of each year.

    The chief of the division of wildlife shall pay all moneys received as fees for the issuance of licenses under this section into the state treasury to the credit of the fund created by section 1533.15 of the Revised Code for the use of the division in the purchase, preservation, and protection of wild animals and for the necessary clerical help and forms required by sections 1533.70 to 1533.80 of the Revised Code.

    This section does not authorize the taking or the release for taking of the following:

    (1) Game birds, without first obtaining a commercial bird shooting preserve license issued under section 1533.72 of the Revised Code;

    (2) Game or nonnative wildlife, without first obtaining a wild animal hunting preserve license issued under section 1533.721 of the Revised Code.

    Effective Date: 09-26-2003

    Items of interest are to the right of the page
    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/1533

    Wilds
     

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