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  1. #1
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    Hey Dave W.
    heres a guys website that lives in In.
    that prbably tell you all you want to know about inspections . www.BluffwoodCreek.com
    Zeke

  2. #2
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    http://www.in.gov/dnr/entomolo/pdfs/apregs.pdf

    Has the exact regulations for the state of Indiana. I can't see where there was a permit required unless you are transporting them into the state from out of state, or you are transporting "beekeeping elements contaning pests or pathogens".

  3. #3
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    Evansville, IN, USA
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    Hey, Thanks!

    I am waiting for a reply to several questions I have directed to our (Indiana) state inspector.

    Kathleen Prough, DNR
    Division of Emtomology & Plant Pathology
    402 W. Washington St., Rm W290
    Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
    kprough@dnr.state.in.us

    Thanks again,

    Dave W

    UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE

    On Nov 11, Ms Kathleen Prough replied:

    "Beekeepers are not required to register".
    "No limit to the number of hives".
    "Periodic inspections are not required".
    "No fee for apiary inspections".

    Dave W

    [This message has been edited by Dave W (edited November 13, 2002).]

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