Amador County Livestock Access Program Application - 2022
This program, through the issuance of a Livestock Access Pass, may permit commercial livestock operators access into evacuation zones, or other restricted areas for the purposes of sheltering, moving, transporting, evacuation, feeding, watering, or administering veterinary care to livestock, or providing expertise to peace officers and emergency personnel. Local expertise shall only be provided upon the request of peace officers and emergency personnel.

For the purposes of this program, a commercial livestock operator is defined as an owner of livestock consisting of 50 head of livestock (including in utero, e.g., 25 bred cows), 500 poultry or rabbits, or 50 beehives or more that reside in Amador for at least a portion of the year, or a person who, through an agreement with that owner of livestock, has authority and is responsible to oversee the care and well-being of the owner’s livestock.

The registration and training for the Pass is being managed by University of California Cooperative Extension. The Pass will be administered and approved through the County Agricultural Department.

To receive a Pass, livestock operators and/or managerial employees must register and attend a 4-hour training. Business owners may register themselves and up to four other individuals on the same registration form. Anyone seeking a Pass must be over the age of 18, have a valid driver's license, attend the 4-hr training and be approved by the County Agricultural Department. If you have any questions, contact:

Amador County Agriculture Dept. (209) 223-6487
UC Cooperative Extension (209) 223-6834
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For the purposes of this program, a commercial livestock operator is defined as an owner of livestock consisting of 50 head of livestock (including in utero, e.g., 25 bred cows), 500 poultry or rabbits, or 50 beehives or more that reside in Amador for at least a portion of the year, or a person who, through an agreement with that owner of livestock, has authority and is responsible to oversee the care and well-being of the owner’s livestock.  THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE HORSES!
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