A brand inspection is required when:
- Ownership changes in any manner
- Leaving the State of Idaho
- Going to slaughter
Generally, it is the responsibility of the “Seller” or “current owner” to obtain the brand inspection and pay the appropriate inspection fees.
Always ask for a brand inspection when buying livestock! If the seller issues you a “bill of sale” instead, make sure the bill of sale is valid, and you call for a brand inspection within 10 days from the date of sale. In this case, the buyer will also be responsible for getting a brand inspection within 10 days and paying the brand inspection fees.
If you accept a bill of sale in lieu of a brand inspection certificate, and the animal is carrying a brand not recorded to the person who issued the bill of sale, then you could very well have to clear that brand before a brand inspection could be done.
Not obtaining a brand inspection when required by the Idaho brand laws is considered an infraction for the first offense and a misdemeanor for the second offense, punishable by a fine not to exceed $300 and or six months in jail.
CONTACT: Heather Tiel-Nelson, 208-736-2352
Boise BLM Wild Horse Corrals Open to Public this Thursday and Friday
A Good Opportunity to view the wild horses that will be available for adoption November 6 & 7
BOISE, ID The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse Corrals located south of Boise will be open on Thursday and Friday from 1- 3 p.m. so members of the public can view the wild horses that were gathered from the Owyhees following the Soda Fire.
There has been a great deal of interest in these wild horses, and we are pleased to offer this opportunity for the public to view the horses, and hopefully prepare to adopt one next weekend, said Clay Stott, Boise District Wild Horse and Burro Specialist (acting).
There will be approximately 30 young horses available for adoption. Many of the horses at the corrals will be cared for until they can be released back to the Hardtrigger or Sands Basin Herd Management Areas once the range recovers and rehabilitation objectives have been met.
Directions to Boise BLM Wild Horse Corrals: From I-84, exit on Orchard Street (Exit 52) and go south for approximately 1.7 miles, which turns into West Gowen Road. Continue for 0.5 mile. Turn right (south) on Pleasant Valley Road and go approximately 4 miles. Turn right at the Wild Horse Corrals.
The BLM manages more than 245 million acres of public land, the most of any Federal agency. This land, known as the National System of Public Lands, is primarily located in 12 Western states, including Alaska. The BLM also administers 700 million acres of sub-surface mineral estate throughout the nation. The BLM’s mission is to manage and conserve the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations under our mandate of multiple-use and sustained yield. In Fiscal Year 2014, the BLM generated $5.2 billion in receipts from public lands.
The Idaho Horse Council’s Annual Meeting
Rodeo Club (Idaho Center upper level)
16114 Idaho Center Blvd., Nampa , Idaho 83687
email or call for information
open to the public
SAVING OUR HORSE INDUSTRY
The horse owners in our State do not understand what an economic and political force they are. Many legislators do not realize this either. Fortunately some key legislators understand and appreciate the Horse Industry and its huge economic impact on our State. This is not lost on our Governor or Lt. Governor. Continue reading
IDAHO HORSE EXPO’S PRIVATE TREATY HORSE SALE
APRIL 15,16 &17,2016
WHERE YOU MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL
“The solution to the frustrating procedure of buying or selling a horse.”
Consider the idea of buying a car, home or any major appliance, only through an auction. You have little idea of the history of the item and you have only 2 to 3 minutes to make up your mind Certainly, not an ideal situation, but many of us purchase horses in that very manner, only to get the horse home and find it is not suitable for our intended purpose.
Although the logical alternative to finding horses is to buy directly from the owner by going through publications, scheduling appointments (and finding that the horse is not what was represented); this can be time consuming and frustrating. If only there was an “equine department store” or a “car lot for horses” where you could go and try out prospects and talk to the owners! The Blue Ribbon Private Treaty Horse Sale offers this sensible solution to both sellers and purchasers alike. Continue reading
This is a great article by Wayne Hoffman…
He explains why the Tribes are really against Sb 1011..
Please forward to all so that people will get a better understanding
of this issue. Continue reading
TREASURE VALLEY RACING – LES BOIS PARK
2014 IDAHO TAX REVENUE
$901,920 Total Taxes Paid
$223,401 to Idaho Schools
$372,728 to the Idaho State Racing Commission
$121,710 to the Idaho Horse Breeders Association
$119,455 to Small Rural Horse Tracks
$38,791 to the Idaho Horse Council Youth Programs
$21,323 to the Equine Fund
Idaho Counties received $4,512
2014 Purses increased $899,778, an increase of 63% over 2013
Race days increased to 32 in 2015
2014 JOBS IMPACT FROM TREASURE VALLEY RACING
$ 2,127,876 Total Payroll
271 Jobs provided
$ 180,330 Total Payroll Taxes
Horse owners are familiar with a Coggins test—that piece of paper required for entry into most horse shows and sales and/or for interstate horse transport. But many overlook the fact that this piece of paper, which serves as proof that the horses has tested negative for equine infectious anemia (EIA), is essential to protecting the health of the national equine population. A number of recent EIA positives in racing Quarter Horse populations in California and Texas has increased the need for awareness about this potentially fatal blood borne disease of horses, donkeys, and mules. Continue reading