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North Dakota brand inspection fee change approved

Some North Dakota brand inspection fees will change on July 1, according to a release from the North Dakota Stockmen's Association. The per-head inspection fee will be $1.50. The permanent horse permit fee will be $25. The registered feedlot perm...

Some North Dakota brand inspection fees will change on July 1, according to a release from the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association.

The per-head inspection fee will be $1.50. The permanent horse permit fee will be $25. The registered feedlot permit fee will be $25. The per-head registered feedlot fee will be 50 cents.

The fees have been the same since 2011, and before that hadn’t changed since 1992.

The North Dakota Legislature's Administrative Rules Committee reviewed these and other changes as part of revisions to the State Board of Animal Health's administrative rules on June 14.

The North Dakota Stockmen's Association administers the brand inspection program on behalf of the state. In the state, inspection is required before cattle, horses or mules leave North Dakota and as they move through marketing channels, such as auction markets or weigh stations.

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