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Section 1533.20 | Field trial areas - permit.


The division of wildlife may acquire by gift, lease, or purchase lands to be used and developed for the purpose of conducting field trials for dogs. The division shall set aside field trial areas on lands owned or controlled by the state in each of the conservation districts, when such lands are available for that purpose, whereon field trials for dogs may be conducted. The areas also may be used by the division for the propagation of wildlife and for wildlife experimental purposes, provided that the experiments do not interfere with the use thereof for field trials. Clubs and individuals may be granted permission to stock such areas with wild game and provide food and shelter for that game.

Any organization or person desiring to hold a field trial on any of such areas shall file a request in writing with the division. The division shall grant a written permit when it is satisfied that the field trial to be conducted is a bona fide one.

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