Bureau of Livestock Identification
- Whenever cattle are sold or ownership is transferred.
- Prior to transportation out of any designated modified point-of-origin inspection area, for purposes other than sale or slaughter and no change of ownership is involved.
- Prior to transportation out of state.
- Upon entry into a registered feedlot.
- Prior to slaughter.
- Prior to release or sale from a public saleyard or public or private cattle sales market.
Documents Required When Cattle Are Being Transported Must Be Exhibited To Any Brand Inspector Or Peace Officer Upon Request
- When brand inspection is required, an original or supplemental brand inspection certificate must accompany the cattle.
- A Bill of Sale or Consignment (Yellow Slip) must accompany all cattle transported within the state when no brand inspection or salesyard outbilling is required.
is amended to read: Any person that takes up an estray animal shall confine it in a secure place, and shall immediately file with the secretary a notice containing all of the following:
- A description of the animal seized.
- The marks and brands, if any.
- The probable value of the animal.
- A statement of the date and place where it was taken up and confined.
- Fences and Caltrans
Contact us for more information:
California Department of Food and Agriculture
Animal Health and Food Safety Services, Bureau of Livestock Identification
1220 N Street
Sacramento, California 95814
2800 Gateway Oaks Drive
Sacramento, California 95833
Telephone: (916) 900-5006
Fax: (916) 900-5335
or send an email to the bureau: email@example.com