In Taiwan, the upper component of the character contains ⿻一厶 (3 strokes) while in other regions, the upper component contains ⿱亠厶 (4 strokes).
In Taiwan, the bottom component of the character contains ⺼ (meat radical) while in other regions, the bottom component contains ⺝ (similar to 月 but with a vertical left stroke).
The historical Kangxi dictionary records two character forms, ⿳亠厶⺝ (8 strokes) and ⿱⿻一厶⺝ (7 strokes). The alternative form with 7 strokes (page 974, character 10) is based on Zhengzitong which claims that it is the original form (本字).
A CJK compatibility ideograph exists at U+2F982 for the alternative Taiwan form which contains ⿱亠厶 (4 strokes) as the upper component and ⺼ as the bottom component.
育 (radical 130, 肉+3 in traditional Chinese (Taiwan), 肉+4 in Chinese (mainland China, Hong Kong), Japanese and Korean, 7 strokes in traditional Chinese (Taiwan), 8 strokes in mainland China and Japanese and Korean, cangjie input 卜戈月 (YIB) or 大戈月 (KIB), four-corner00227, composition ⿳亠厶⺝(GHJKV) or ⿱⿻一厶⺼(T) or ⿳亠厶⺼(U+2F982))