Livestock reports are due by March 1, 2020
You can report your livestock and pay your per capita fees at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov.
We recently mailed 2019 livestock per capita fee bills based on the March 1 reports.
Livestock owners must pay their 2019 per capita fees by May 31. You can pay online at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov or make payments by mail.
If owners paid their 2019 fees when they reported their livestock, they will not receive a bill.
Everyone benefits from programs funded by per capita fees. Livestock producers benefit from programs to:
The general public benefits from programs that prevent the spread of animal diseases to humans.
The Board of Livestock annually sets the livestock per capita fees.
Learn more about Livestock Reporting and Per Capita Fees.
We would like to remind owners of real and personal property about several important deadlines approaching soon.
Business and industrial equipment owners need to report their personal property online with the department’s TransAction Portal (TAP).
Businesses must report if the total statewide market value of their equipment is over $100,000.
Businesses with a statewide market value $100,000 or less are exempt from taxation and do not have a reporting requirement.
Livestock owners have to report the number of livestock owned as of February 1.
Livestock is subject to the per capita fees set yearly by the Board of Livestock.
Reported your livestock online at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov
Applications must be submitted by March 1 to be considered for 2019.
Home owners may qualify for the Land Value Property Tax Assistance program if the department’s appraised market value of their land is more than 150% of the department’s appraised market value of their home and other improvements on the land.
Apply using the Land Value Property Tax Assistance for Residential Property Form.
The Montana Department of Revenue will mail 2018 livestock per capita fee bills this week. Payment is due by May 31. Livestock owners can pay online at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov or by mail with a check.
March 1 was the deadline for livestock owners to report livestock they owned as of February 1.
If owners already paid their 2018 fees when they reported their livestock, they will not receive a bill.
All Montanans benefit from programs funded by per capita fees. Livestock producers benefit from programs to monitor animal health, monitor and restrict livestock imports, track animal movements, prevent and investigate livestock theft, and manage predators. The general public benefits from programs that prevent the spread of animal diseases to humans.
For more information, visit ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov or call (406) 444-6900.