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    Question I am trying to become a breeder in Utah. do i need a license

    does any one know if i need a breeding license in Utah for the breeding of albino ball pythons? i have try'ed to contact many places to find out and i just get transferred and hung up on i am wondering if any breeders in Utah have had this issues and know?

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    Who have you contacted? The state dept. of game & fish? Animal control? Herp societies? Professional snake breeders?
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    No, you don't need a license to breed any morph of ball python....
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    Each state has different laws whether it is for ownership or breeding what you need to do is contact Fish and Wildlife of your state https://wildlife.utah.gov/ as well as your department of agriculture https://ag.utah.gov/
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