- New Mexico Department of Agriculture - http://www.nmda.nmsu.edu -

Commercial Feed Inspection


Inspector Map

Inspectors with the New Mexico Department of Agriculture/Feed, Seed & Fertilizer Section act to ensure compliance with the New Mexico Commercial Feed Act [1] and Rule [2] through routine inspections of feed manufactures, distributors, dairies, ranches, pet stores, and retail establishments. Along with inspections these members of our team provide customer service, education and assist in providing a safe and secure supply of commercial feed for our New Mexico consumers. A great deal of this is accomplished by product sampling and analysis, performed by the NMDA’s Office of the State Chemist [3], to insure that guaranteed analysis claims are accurate and product labeling meet standards set forth by the commercial feed act.

In addition, Feed, Seed & Fertilizer inspectors work with the US Food and Drug Administration [4] to monitor Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as “mad cow disease” to assure that all cattle operations are in compliance with the BSE Rule [5].

Greg Inspection