New Mexico Livestock Board

New Mexico Livestock Board Serving New Mexico since 1887 As part of the oldest law enforcement agency in the State of New Mexico, the men and women of the New Mexico Livestock Board serve and protect an industry that has been operating in the western territory of what is now the United States for over 400 years.

Though New Mexico did not become a state until 1912, our agency was formed in 1887 as the Cattle Sanitary Board, the Sheep Sanitary Board subsequently forming in 1889. The two organizations merged in 1967, becoming the New Mexico Livestock Board which continues today as an agency of the State of New Mexico.

Operating as usual

10/28/2021

ROSWELL LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR II
This position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of hire.
IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Job ID: 119905
Roswell Livestock Inspector II (NMLB #4935)
Location: Roswell
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State
IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BUT ARE WILLING TO BECOME CERTIFIED WITHIN A YEAR OF HIRE, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Job ID: 119900
Underfill Roswell Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4935)
Location: Roswell
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State
To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings.
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HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS AND ILLNESSESBlooms of harmful algae or cyanobacteria (also called blue-green algae) can harm peopl...
10/14/2021
Summary Report – One Health Harmful Algal Bloom System (OHHABS), United States, 2019 | CDC

HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS AND ILLNESSES

Blooms of harmful algae or cyanobacteria (also called blue-green algae) can harm people, animals, and the environment. A new CDC report shows that during 2019, 14 states reported 242 harmful algal blooms, 63 human illnesses, and 367 animal illnesses linked to harmful algal blooms. Over half of the animals (56%)—including pets, livestock, and wildlife—died after coming in contact with harmful algal blooms.https://www.cdc.gov/habs/data/2019-ohhabs-data-summary.html?ACSTrackingID=USCDC_1164-DM67360&ACSTrackingLabel=One%20Health%20Update%3A%20New%20CDC%20Data%20on%20Harmful%20Algal%20Blooms&deliveryName=USCDC_1164-DM67360

Find data about harmful algal blooms and associated human and animal illnesses in CDC’s summary of 2019 data reported to the One Health Harmful Algal Bloom System (OHHABS).

NMLB Inspectors Ruben Baca, Ben Gonzales and Francisco Lovato performing check ins at the Jr Livestock Show in Roswell, ...
09/22/2021

NMLB Inspectors Ruben Baca, Ben Gonzales and Francisco Lovato performing check ins at the Jr Livestock Show in Roswell, NM.
Kids were excited and parents were grateful!

LIVESTOCK ANTHRAX CASES IN TEXASThe Texas Animal Health Commission has reported no new confirmed cases of anthrax affect...
09/17/2021
Texas Animal Health Commission

LIVESTOCK ANTHRAX CASES IN TEXAS

The Texas Animal Health Commission has reported no new confirmed cases of anthrax affecting Armstrong, Briscoe and Hardeman counties. Since August, all affected premises have been placed under quarantine and producers were able to purchase the vaccine directly from the manufacturer and vaccinate exposed animals. No new cattle deaths have been reported in the past two weeks and TAHC requirements for release from quarantine have been met.

During the outbreak, producers were advised on proper disposal of carcasses and the need for vigilance in any cases with symptoms such as acute fever and death with bleeding from body orifices.

Vaccinating is recommended only for exposed susceptible livestock such as pigs, horses, sheep, goats, and cattle. Because anthrax can affect humans, producers suspecting anthrax are encouraged to wear protective gloves, long sleeve shirts and to wash thoroughly after handling animals to prevent spread of the bacteria.

How does this affect New Mexico?

Due to the nature of the disease (bacterial spores in the soil that develop after periods of wet cool weather followed by hot and dry environmental conditions) and short incubation (three to seven days after eating contaminated feed) , it is unlikely affected live animals would travel to New Mexico. However, any suspicious deaths should be discussed with a veterinary practitioner or reported to the New Mexico Livestock Board.

For additional information on the status of anthrax in Texas please visit https://www.tahc.texas.gov/news/

The homepage of the Texas Animal Health Commission.

NMLB set up at the New Mexico State Fair for Law Enforcement Day. Inspector Gonzales and Area Supervisor Lovato providin...
09/10/2021

NMLB set up at the New Mexico State Fair for Law Enforcement Day. Inspector Gonzales and Area Supervisor Lovato providing awareness and information to the public.
Much appreciation for All Law Enforcement Officers throughout the state!

CLAYTON LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR IIThis position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of...
08/31/2021
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CLAYTON LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR II

This position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of hire.

IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 118820
Clayton Livestock Inspector II (NMLB #4946)
Location: Clayton
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BUT ARE WILLING TO BECOME CERTIFIED WITHIN A YEAR OF HIRE, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 118819
Underfill Clayton Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4946)
Location: Clayton
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings.

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ALBUQUERQUE LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR IJob ID: 118817Albuquerque Livestock Inspector I (NMLB #4913)Location: AlbuquerquePostin...
08/31/2021
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ALBUQUERQUE LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR I

Job ID: 118817

Albuquerque Livestock Inspector I (NMLB #4913)
Location: Albuquerque
Posting End Date: Continuous
Agency: Livestock Board
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings

Welcome to the State Personnel Office Attention Applicants*: Now you can view advertisements with statewide locations click Here and Here. * Internal aplicants: the advertisements with statewide locations will be listed at the top of your career page. Get up to date information on COVID-19 Coronavir...

08/31/2021

CLOVIS LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR I

Job ID: 118816

Clovis Livestock Inspector I (NMLB #4919)
Location: Clovis
Posting End Date: Continuous
Agency: Livestock Board
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings

New location for NMLB office is now open!  As a reminder pursuant to the latest New Mexico Health Order, facemasks shall...
08/25/2021
New Mexico Livestock Board

New location for NMLB office is now open! As a reminder pursuant to the latest New Mexico Health Order, facemasks shall be worn in all public indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status. Here is our New address and the link to our Website

2105 Osuna Rd NE, South Building
Albuquerque, NM 87113

https://www.nmlbonline.com/

New Mexico Livestock Board

08/23/2021

TIME TO VACCINATE YOUR HORSES

Mosquito season is upon us. West Nile Virus has been confirmed in a horse in Luna county. The Office of the State Veterinarian strongly encourages horse owners to vaccinate their horses against this and other mosquito-borne diseases.

Congratulations to NMLB's Inspector Don Gatlin graduating top of his class! Click the link below to read the full articl...
08/16/2021

Congratulations to NMLB's Inspector Don Gatlin graduating top of his class! Click the link below to read the full article in this months New Mexico Stockman https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_august_2021?fbclid=IwAR0GSPoxd0uqnSH-SIGtIt14_emIGsm7LcSZSIkN6cuKxkSSvBfBYoeUYiE

Congratulations to NMLB's Inspector Don Gatlin graduating top of his class! Click the link below to read the full article in this months New Mexico Stockman https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_august_2021?fbclid=IwAR0GSPoxd0uqnSH-SIGtIt14_emIGsm7LcSZSIkN6cuKxkSSvBfBYoeUYiE

08/04/2021

Job ID: 118231
Quemado Certified Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4950)
Location: Quemado
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BUT ARE WILLING TO BECOME CERTIFIED WITHIN A YEAR OF HIRE, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 118230
Underfill Quemado Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4950)
Location: Quemado
Posting End Date: Continuous
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings.

07/30/2021

According to Undersheriff Martinez from Lincoln County, District 4 Regional Supervisor Skylar Davis provided an agency assist to what was originally thought to be a welfare check/safety BOLO and turned out to be a smuggling resulting in death. Davis worked along side Lincoln County, Otero County, Tulurosa PD and New Mexico Game and Fish. All actively assisted in detaining, searching, securing and providing CPR.

Future NMLB Inspector in the making, the smile says it allthanks to Special Investigator Dennis Alarid! Click the link f...
07/20/2021

Future NMLB Inspector in the making, the smile says it all
thanks to Special Investigator Dennis Alarid! Click the link for the full article on pg. 48 in the July issue of the New Mexico Stockman.
https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_july_2021/1?e=1828006/86209744

Future NMLB Inspector in the making, the smile says it all
thanks to Special Investigator Dennis Alarid! Click the link for the full article on pg. 48 in the July issue of the New Mexico Stockman.
https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_july_2021/1?e=1828006/86209744

NMLB Regional Supervisor Francisco Lovato working with the next generation feeding an orphaned calf he rescued off the h...
07/15/2021

NMLB Regional Supervisor Francisco Lovato working with the next generation feeding an orphaned calf he rescued off the highway. Click the link for the full article on pg. 48 in the July issue of the New Mexico Stockman. https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_july_2021/1?e=1828006/86209744

NMLB Regional Supervisor Francisco Lovato working with the next generation feeding an orphaned calf he rescued off the highway. Click the link for the full article on pg. 48 in the July issue of the New Mexico Stockman. https://issuu.com/nmstockman/docs/nms_july_2021/1?e=1828006/86209744

Inspector Justin Gray was named Livestock Inspector of the year for 2020. Get your nominations in for 2021. Nominations ...
07/12/2021

Inspector Justin Gray was named Livestock Inspector of the year for 2020. Get your nominations in for 2021. Nominations will be accepted until September 20, 2021! Nominations should include the name and address of the inspector, as well as a brief narrative on why you think the nominee is deserving of the award. Nominations should be directed to the NMCGA at PO Box 7517, Albuquerque, NM 87194 or via email to [email protected]. For additional questions please contact the NMCGA office at 505-247-0584

Inspector Justin Gray was named Livestock Inspector of the year for 2020. Get your nominations in for 2021. Nominations will be accepted until September 20, 2021! Nominations should include the name and address of the inspector, as well as a brief narrative on why you think the nominee is deserving of the award. Nominations should be directed to the NMCGA at PO Box 7517, Albuquerque, NM 87194 or via email to [email protected]. For additional questions please contact the NMCGA office at 505-247-0584

POULTRY BIOSECURITYYouth are the future of our nation’s poultry farming and industry.The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health ...
07/07/2021
USDA APHIS | Defend the Flock - #FlockDefender Youth Program

POULTRY BIOSECURITY

Youth are the future of our nation’s poultry farming and industry.

The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and the Defend the Flock public education campaign is launching #FlockDefender, a new outreach effort specifically aimed at helping youth and student poultry owners learn about and practice good biosecurity.

The #FlockDefender page provides youth, students and their leaders and teachers with many electronic resources they can use during meetings, classes and when caring for their flocks. APHIS is also encouraging these young poultry enthusiasts to share photos of their poultry or biosecurity practices. The free youth toolkit is available 24/7 at www.bit.ly/DefendtheFlock-Youth.

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07/06/2021

The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association (NMCGA) is seeking nominations for their annual Livestock Inspector of the Year Award.
The 2021 recipient will be recognized during the associations Joint Stockmen’s Convention in December to be held in Albuquerque.

The NMCGA honors a livestock inspector employed by the New Mexico Livestock Board (NMLB) for outstanding service to the livestock industry with a personalized belt buckle.

“The NMLB protects our livestock industry from theft and ensures a safeguard against disease,” said Tracy Drummond, NMCGA Theft & Livestock Committee Chairman. “Inspectors work hard to help facilitate livestock movement control and we want to say thank you by giving out this award.”

The 2020 recipient was Justin Gray, a NMLB District Supervisor from the Roswell area. Gray has served the board since 2014 and was nominated by New Mexico State Police Officer, Trent Eby.

Do you work closely with or know of a deserving livestock inspector? Nominations will be accepted until September 20, 2021! Nominations should include the name and address of the inspector, as well as a brief narrative on why you think the nominee is deserving of the award. Nominations should be directed to the NMCGA at PO Box 7517, Albuquerque, NM 87194 or via email to [email protected]. For additional questions please contact the NMCGA office at 505-247-0584.

#nmcga #nmcattlegrowers #betterwithbeef

06/30/2021

It is with deep sadness that we have to report that the mother of one of our inspectors, Ruben Baca, passed away on Saturday Morning the 26th of June.

See link below for more details

https://www.nmlbonline.com/news#1882

HOBBS LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR IIThis position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of h...
06/02/2021
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HOBBS LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR II

This position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of hire

IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 117124
Hobbs Certified Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4959)
Location: Hobbs, NM
Posting End Date: Open Until Filled
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BUT ARE WILLING TO BECOME CERTIFIED WITHIN A YEAR OF HIRE, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 117115
Underfill Hobbs Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4959)
Location: Hobbs, NM
Posting End Date: Open Until Filled
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings.

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HIDALGO COUNTY LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR IIThis position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a ...
06/02/2021
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HIDALGO COUNTY LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR II

This position requires NM Law Enforcement Certification either at hire or within a year of hire

IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 117074
Hidalgo Certified Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4942)
Location: Hidalgo County
Posting End Date: Open Until Filled
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY A CERTIFIED NM LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BUT ARE WILLING TO BECOME CERTIFIED WITHIN A YEAR OF HIRE, APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:

Job ID: 117071
Underfill Hidalgo Livestock Inspector (NMLB #4942)
Location: Hidalgo County
Posting End Date: Open Until Filled
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular - PERM for State

To apply for this position, go to www.spo.state.nm.us and click on the View Job Opportunities & Apply link at the top of the page. Search the JOB ID to find the below postings.

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