Certified Livestock Manager
1. For a major Concentrated Animal Feeding Facility (CAFF) with 10,000 or more cattle; 7,000 or more mature dairy cattle; 10,000 or more veal calves; 25,000
swine over 55 lbs. or 100,000 swine under 55 lbs.; 550,000 or more turkeys, or 820,000 laying hens with other than a liquid manure system. Other requirements
for a CLM are in Section 903.07 of the Oho Revised Code (ORC) and Rule 901:10-1-06 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC)
2. For a person who is a livestock manure broker that buys, sells or land applies more than 4,500 tons per year or 25 million gallons of liquid manure,
or its equivalent.
3. For a person who land applies and transports more than 4,500 dry tons per year, or 25 million gallons of liquid manure, or its equivalent.
To receive Certified Livestock Manager licensing through ODA, a farmer or custom applicator must attend three core training sessions and three elective sessions,
complete the Certified Livestock Manager application, and submit a $50 application fee payable to: Ohio Department of Agriculture. This certification must be renewed
every five years.
In addition, ODA offers Certified Livestock Manager training sessions at a cost of $50.00 per session. For more information on these training
sessions, contact the LEPP at (614) 387-0470.
June 19 - 20, 2012
Ohio Department of Agriculture
Bromfield Administration Building Auditorium
8995 East Main Street
Detailed information on the CLM training session and the registration form will be posted when available.