Full Statute Name:  Title 15. Agriculture and Animals. Article 17. Animal Health and Animal Products. Chapter 14.7. Hunting Preserves. 15-17-14.7-13 Types of weapons allowed during hunt; computer assisted remote hunting; sedation; restricted areas

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Primary Citation:  I.C. 15-17-14.7-13 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  February, 2018 Alternate Citation:  IN ST 15-17-14.7-13 Date Adopted:  2016
Summary: This Indiana law states that a hunting preserve may not allow computer assisted hunting.
Statute Text: 

Sec. 13. (a) Only weapons that may be used legally in hunting on other property in Indiana may be used in hunting on a hunting preserve.

(b) A hunting preserve may not allow computer assisted remote hunting.

(c) If a permitted animal has been sedated, the hunting preserve may not allow the permitted animal to be hunted within twenty-four (24) hours of sedation. In addition, the board may adopt rules governing the use of a permitted animal for food after the permitted animal has been sedated or treated with medication.

(d) Hunting on a hunting preserve is prohibited within one hundred fifty (150) yards of an artificial feeding site.


As added by P.L.89-2016, SEC.18, eff. March 22, 2016.

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