Coyote Predation Control Manual and Study Guide

 
 
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Licence Information
 
 
 

Agency:

Animal Health and Assurance Branch /Inspection and Investigation Section
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

For Further Information Contact:

Tel: 403-381-5856 Fax: 403-382-4001
Email: phil.merrill@gov.ab.ca
 
Eligibility
A Form 7 and 8 permits allows a producer to place poisons and/or devices on his/her property for coyote control.
 
Downloadable Forms
 

 
Licence Details
 
 
  Program Information Agency:

Agriculture and Forestry
Food Safety and Technology Division
Animal Health and Assurance Branch
Inspection and Investigation Section

For further information contact:

Phil Merrill, Rat and Pest Specialist
403-381-5856
email: phil.merrill@gov.ab.ca

Program Details
Careful consideration is required when placing poisons or control devices for the use in coyote control. Because of this, Agriculture and Forestry has instituted a Coyote Predation Control Manual and Study Guide that covers many aspects on predation control. County Agricultural Fieldmen have the knowledge and expertise to advise agricultural producers of the proper use of devices and poisons.

Agricultural Fieldmen, who wish to issue a Form 8 permit which allows a producer to place poisons and/or devices on his own property, must be in possession of valid Form 7 permit. A Form 7 permit is valid for 5 years.

For further information on Form 7 and 8 permits please see the Agricultural Pests Act and the Pest and Nuisance Control Regulation.

 
 
 
 
For more information about the content of this document, contact Ag-Info Centre.

Last Reviewed/Revised on March 10, 2016.