|Bitahochee JCT in Indian Wells, Az.
HWY 160/163 JCT in Kayenta, Az.
DNR Complex in Blackhat, Az.
Ranger’s Office/port of entry in Shiprock, NM
8am-5pm, Mon – Fri
Special Note: Inspections at these locations are WEDNESDAY only. Schedule subject to change seasonally.
- Original Grazing Permit with permit holder on site
- Bill of Sale
- Registration Papers
- Notarized Statement from Grazing Permit holder
ANNUAL PERMITS (Rodeo Stock)
1. Registration Papers
2. Original Grazing Permit with permit holder on site
3. Coggins papers from vet
4. Notorized statement from Grazing Permit holder
5. Bill of Sale
|RESALE INSPECTION FEE:||SEASONAL PERMIT- RODEO
|$5.00 per inspection page (service fee)
$1.00 per head for cattle, horses and Llamas
$0.50 per head for sheep, goats and swine
|$5.00 per inspection page
$5.50 per head
SEASONAL PERMIT- (4-H)
For many new livestock owners, the art of reading a brand is a mystery. Brands, to the inexperienced, resemble hieroglyphics; to the experienced livestock person, however, they become a readable language. With practice and an understanding of some important brand terms, the average person can easily acquire basic skills in reading brands. There are three accepted rules for reading brands. They are left to right, top to bottom and outside to inside. See Examples