North Dakota Century Code Title 36. Livestock § 36-01-08.1. Nontraditional livestock license--Fee

The board of animal health may require a license for nontraditional livestock maintained within this state.  The annual fee for a license for a bird species required to be licensed is seven dollars.  The maximum amount of annual fees for bird species licenses to be paid by a person holding more than one bird species license is forty dollars.  The annual fee for a license for any other species required to be licensed is fifteen dollars.  The maximum amount of annual fees for nonbird species licenses to be paid by a person holding more than one nonbird species license is one hundred dollars.


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