The ADMB was established for the purposes of mitigating damage caused to livestock, wildlife and crops by predatory animals, predacious birds and depredating animals or for the protection of human health and safety.
The primary ADMB responsibility and policy is to:
- Formulate the animal damage management policy of the state.
- Adopt rules through the Administrative Procedures act to implement policies administered by the ADMB.
- Entertain requests for assistance in order to allow mitigation of predator damage.
- Specify programs designed to prevent damage by predatory animals, predacious birds, and depredating animals to livestock, crops, wildlife, property, human health and safety.
- Specify methods for the prevention and management of damage and for the selective control of predatory animals, predacious birds, and depredating animals.
- Maintain responsibility and appropriate funds for the purpose of providing damage prevention and management to agricultural livestock and crops, wildlife, property, human health and safety caused by predatory animals, predacious birds, and depredating animals.
- Cooperate with federal, state and county governments, educational institutions and private persons or organizations to effectuate agricultural and wildlife damage prevention policies.
- Develop memorandums of understanding between the Wyoming Department of Agriculture and the Wyoming Game and Fish commission and the United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services to accommodate funding sources and administrative guidelines for the program.
- Consider any recommendations received from the Wyoming game and fish commission and the Wyoming department of agriculture.
- Elect to provide various degrees of predator damage management services to any other person pursuant to a separately negotiated cooperative agreement.
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Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002-0100 Phone:
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