The State of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Department of Agriculture, Cooperative Inspection Program, and Department of Motor Vehicles all have agriculture and hunting related surety bond requirements. Whether you're a game warden, grain warehouseman, or anything in between, Jet can help you get the bond you need to start or continue work.
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Deputy game wardens and special game wardens are regulated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A surety bond is enforced for both licenses - a $2,000 Deputy Game Warden Bond and a $2,500 Special Game Warden Bond.
Qualified individuals/groups who want to host a competitive Hunting Dog Event must apply for a Field Trial Permit with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A $5,000 Competitive Hunting Dog Event Bond is mandatory for applicants.
The Texas Department of Agriculture requires agricultural warehousemen to hold either a Grain Warehouse Operator Bond or Public Warehouseman Bond, depending on the type warehouse.
Individuals or companies that operate as public weighers of agricultural commodities must be licensed with the Texas Department of Agriculture and secure a $10,000 Public Weigher Bond.
Texas agriculture facilities producing fruit, vegetables, and various nuts must be enrolled in the Cooperative Inspection Program. The Department of Agriculture requires a surety bond to be enrolled.
A $15,000 Timber Permit Bond is needed prior to receiving a permit through the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to use public roadways for the transfer of unrefined timber/other wood products.