State Assistance Types of Resources - Types of Liquid Assets - Grazing Permits
Grazing Permits are documents issued by tribal or other governmental authorities, allowing livestock owners grazing rights on designated land areas. Permits can be bought and sold, and have a cash value that is determined as follows:
The grazing permit document specifies a number of units.
Each unit has a Current Market Value (see Property CMV) that is determined by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). Unit values vary depending on the unit's location in Arizona and the unit's accessibility to water and vegetation.
When the land used for the grazing permit is adjoining a permit holder's homestead, the value of the permit is NOT COUNTABLE.