So I know I am somewhat new to gliders so I do not plan on breeding now. It is just something I'm potentially looking at. Especially since I am the kind of person who likes to plan extremely ahead.
I would also like to clarify that I am aware it requires a lot of time, and funds and that it is not a profitable business. For me it would be a "labor of love"
I would be doing it out of my love for sugars and just animals in general. So I guess I would maybe be a hobby breeder
with very few pairs (if I decided to eventually breed)...
Because I like to plan ahead, I have been doing tons of research...The Georgia USDA laws are really confusing me though.
From my understanding you need at least 4 breeding females...But if it is illegal to breed in GA how are you supposed to have 4 females breeding before getting a liscence?
Is it possible to get your liscence if you only have four females and no males?
If I just want four females as pets do I still need to have a liscence?
Also, if I just wanted to have one pair and let them breed once before nueturing the male, is it possible to do that legally?
Forgive me if some of my questions seem ignorant. I have been on several usda related websites and have been very confused over this matter. Again, I will clarify that I am not taking breeding lightly.