Full Statute Name:  Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated. Title XII. Conservation and State Development. Chapter 150. Fish and Wildlife Resources. 150.186 Release of hog or pig into the wild prohibited; importing, possessing, or transporting wild or feral pig or boar prohibited; accidental escape of livestock exempted

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Primary Citation:  KRS § 150.186 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2019 Alternate Citation:  KY ST § 150.186 Date Adopted:  2012 Historical: 
Summary: This Kentucky law prohibits the release of a hog or pig from the family Suidae into the wild. It also prohibits the importation, possession, or transportation in Kentucky any wild or feral pig, Eurasian or Russian boar, or any hybrid of these, whether born in the wild or captivity.

(1) No person shall release a hog or pig from the family Suidae into the wild.

(2) No person shall import, possess, or transport in Kentucky any wild or feral pig, Eurasian or Russian boar, or any hybrid of these, whether born in the wild or captivity.

(3) This section shall not apply to the accidental escape of animals of the porcine species raised as livestock as defined in KRS 246.010.

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HISTORY: 2012 c 82, § 1, eff. 7-12-12

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