A predator controller must, within 48 hours, present the entire unskinned carcass of each predator to the conservation officer in the county where taken. The conservation officer must remove the front feet and the ears from the unskinned carcass. The remaining carcass is the property of the predator controller and must be immediately removed.
Controllers must, upon request, specifically identify the method used to take the predator and the site where each predator for which payment is claimed was taken.
The payments in items A and B will be made for predators taken according to this part.
For predators taken from March 1 through September 30:
coyote (Brush Wolf), $45; and
MS s 97B.671; and others at 19 SR 6
19 SR 484; 19 SR 2222
June 11, 2008