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Re: SD Trip and Transportation ?
« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2017, 04:38:26 AM »
So, since it says ďProcessed and/or stored for consumptionĒ, that would leave me to believe that once the birds are processed for consumption, your fine.  In my case, once I clean, skin/pluck, and vacuum seal the bird, then I could legally transport the bird without the head, or any feathers.  I could be wrong, but thatís how I read it.
Are you leaving the spurs on the legs with this method and including them in the bag of breasts or are you VPing a plucked bird with spurs still attached?

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Re: SD Trip and Transportation ?
« Reply #16 on: October 26, 2017, 07:34:00 AM »
We leave a spur on and vacuum seal the entire bird in SD.  It never really crossed my mind that could be illegal when crossing into another state, and thatís why I ask.  I live in a denver now, and Iím within a three hour drive of the best pheasant hunting locations in CO, NE, and KS.  We are hitting the NE opener this weekend due to my elk hunting being a bust, and will hunt the CO or KS opener the following weekend.  I really try and play by the rules, but sometimes it seems some states donít make it very easy to understand all the rules. 

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Re: SD Trip and Transportation ?
« Reply #17 on: October 26, 2017, 10:45:08 AM »
So, since it says ďProcessed and/or stored for consumptionĒ, that would leave me to believe that once the birds are processed for consumption, your fine.  In my case, once I clean, skin/pluck, and vacuum seal the bird, then I could legally transport the bird without the head, or any feathers.  I could be wrong, but thatís how I read it.

This would be my reading as well.   :twocents:

 

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