Fur Farming-No Law Prohibiting
corner, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting home, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting support, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting Warranties, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting Trophy Room, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting Hunting Articles, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting Wild Game Recipes, hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting menu-filler,hunting knives, hunting knife, hunting Hunting Knife Shopping Cart top-menuRow1xCol10.gif menu-right-corner,


BBB A+ Rating

Fur Farming-No Law Prohibiting

Fur Farming-No Law Prohibiting




      

Fur Farming-No Law Prohibiting


Fur Farming-No Law Prohibiting-Is there a law in Ohio to prevent one from raising furbearing animals such as fox and skunk, if they are killed in fur season?

There has not been any law framed to prevent raising furbearing animals but the game laws will not allow of keeping skunk or coon in captivity. However, if one really intends to raise their animals and does not mean to capture the wild animals and keep them alive until the open season, there is not likely to be any trouble; in fact, fur farming has been carried on for years in the State of Ohio without interference from the law.

Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.

Are you aware that Google is offering +1 to Everyone? Share your +1 with Every One of Your Friends by looking for the +1 on websites everywhere!"




If you liked this site, click



Hunting Knives - Hunting Knife






Hunting Knives



Privacy Policy by TRUSTe





HuntingBlades.com is Secure

Order Online 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year


Online Since 2004




9" Fillet Knife - Clam


Kit of 3 Mini Dmnd Whetstone/Shth


Mini-Alpha Hunter Drop point


Elite Skinner II G-10 Skinner




Security


Privacy


Hassle Free Returns


Frequently Asked Questions