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 Post subject: PEST CONTROL LICENSE
PostPosted: 19 Nov 2007, 13:45 
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i was told that i can only trap groundhogs in PA with a pest control permit or somethin like that.... how would i get one of them does anyone know?

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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2007, 23:08 
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Location: Tampa Bay, FL
In FL you need 3 years of experience with pest control, test, fees and proof of insurance.

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PostPosted: 25 Jul 2008, 14:25 
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come sept 1 you'll need five years exp plus insurance here in Texas. don't know about PA though.

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Location: Top of the hill in Ill.
Here in ILL. you just go and get a damage control permit good for 30 day's at you local DNR office..

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PostPosted: 26 Aug 2008, 08:53 
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Location: On a Mountain in Upstate NY
Here in NY an NWCO License is needed for most species if you are doing it for a business or if you are within certain city or town limits. If you own a farm, you can trap or shoot any animal that is not protected that is damaging your crops. If your fields are gettig flooded by a beaver, you can take it out only after you receive a permit from the Department of Environmental Conservation. Of course if it is a protected animal or a migratory animal you need a specific permit for that.

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