Raising of upland game birds defined as an agricultural pursuit.
ENTITLED, An Act to
classify the production of certain upland game birds as an agricultural
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:
For the purposes of all classification and administration of the statutes of the State
of South Dakota, executive orders, administrative orders, and rules pertaining to upland game birds
that are being raised in captivity:
(1) Such upland game birds and any products that are lawfully derived from the upland
game birds are agricultural products; and
(2) The breeding, raising, producing, or selling of such upland game birds or lawfully
derived products by the producer is an agricultural pursuit.
For purposes of this Act, the term, upland game birds, includes all species and subspecies of
quail, partridges, pheasants, wild turkeys, grouse, and prairie chickens.
Signed February 23, 2006