Help me out.
I am working with someone in Georgia who is trying to figure it out as well. They are saying they asked to get a USDA licesnse to breed their gliders but they were told they did not have enough breeding females to get the license. So, they were told they are allowed to sell in Georgia without the license since they do not qualify for a license.
They said they have concluded that anyone who does not have enough gliders to qualify for a USDA license can sell to Georgians.
I thought that every glider in Georgia needed to ahve paperwork that it came form a USDA licensed breeder
. Am I wrong or has this changed/ been reinterpreted (many of the pet laws seem very open to interpretation, so maybe how the officials interpret and enforce it is what is the important thing to know?)? If I am wrong then I have wrongfully turned people down in the past (sorry!).
Is there anyone who has sold a glider in Georgia without a USDA license? Is this actually ok???
Thank you to all who have dealt with Georgia laws for responses.