Oregon Revised Statutes chapter 607 defines livestock
districts and open range and sets the procedure and requirements for
establishing or changing a livestock district. The procedure is handled by the
county clerk. When a livestock district is created or changed, written
notification is sent to the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA).
Oregon livestock districts
A livestock district is a closed-range district where
livestock may not run at large; the livestock owner or manager must keep
livestock on his or her own property.
The following counties are livestock districts:
- Hood River
Open-range Oregon counties
Both open-range and livestock districts
Check with the county clerk or the ODA brand recorder for
detailed descriptions of open range areas and livestock districts.