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60 Years Ago
April 1, 1954
Illegal to Sell Quail For Food, Is Ruling
The Kentucky Game and Fish Commission, at its regular March meeting, approved a regulation barring the sale of quail obtained from any source for food in Kentucky.
The action was taken, Earl Wallace, Commissioner of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, said, “to prevent sale of native quail under the guise of being out-of-state wildlife shipped into the state as food.”
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