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A dog training area permit is required to designate an area to allow dog training and shooting of captive-reared bobwhite quail year round.
Annual renewal required.
The dog training area must be a mowed area of at least 10 acres, and no greater than 75 acres, with less than 10% in grain or food plots.
One hundred (100) or fewer bobwhite quail may be possessed for personal use without a captive wildlife permit, provided the birds are not propagated or sold. Proof of purchase shall be retained as permission to possess. A transportation permit must be obtained from KDFWR before bobwhite quail are imported into Kentucky.
Captive-reared bobwhite quail may be taken year-round on a dog training area.
Daily record keeping and boundary signage required for dog training areas (signage every 150’).
A permit holder shall maintain a daily record of people using the area which includes each person’s:
A permit holder shall retain previous year’s records and receipts for at least one (1) full year.
A person using a dog training area shall possess:
A field trial may be held on a dog training area year-round.