Issuance of License to Livestock and Poultry Handlers (LPH)

And Livestock and Poultry Carriers  (LPC)

Inspection/Licensing and Registration Section

DA RFU-I, Sevilla Norte, San Fernando City, La Union

Tel No. (072) 10-45/46 loc. 24, Mobile No: 0917-931-0275

Service Head: Dr. Florentino Adame, Agricultural Center Chief III


About the Service:

                All Livestock and Poultry Handlers and Carriers (LPHCs) are required to secure a Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) Registration Certificate.  To facilitate registration and renewal of license, our office located at Aguila Road, San Fernando City, La Union is open during working days the whole year round to cater to the needs of licensees.

Who must avail of the service


Any person or business entity engaged in inter-provincial and/or inter-regional handling, transport, or distribution of livestock, poultry, hide and skin, eggs, manure and dung.

Requirements to be submitted


For Livestock & Poultry Handlers (LPH)


  1. Notarized application form                                                         
  2. Community Tax Certificate                                                                                         
  3. Tax Identification Number (TIN)
  4. 2 pcs 1”x1” ID Photo

For Livestock & Poultry Carriers (LPC)

  1. Notarized application form
  2. CTC
  3. TIN
  4. Pictures of vehicle (front showing the plate number and side)
  5. Official Receipt of the Certificate of Registration of vehicle
  6. Deed of sale (if applicant is not the owner of the vehicle or ownership has not yet been transferred)
  7. In case of partnership or corporation, the following documents are required:
  1. Photocopy of articles of corporation
  2. Photocopy of by-laws
  3. Photocopy of SEC or CDA registration

Schedule of Availability of Service:


Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


Schedule of Fees:


Annual registration fees based on AO No. 08

Handler and/or Dealers                                                             -              P 300.00

Tricycle                                                                                                              -              P 300.00

Trucks, Jeeps and containers, AUV       -              P 500.00

How to Avail of the Service



Office Activity

Duration of the Activity

Person Responsible


Proceed or call the Regulatory Division & ask for requirements and application procedures

Brief the customer on application procedures and give lists of requirements and application form

20 mins

Dr. Jhonabeth Pajarillaga


Proceed to Regulatory Division with complete requirements

Receive and review the application forms and other requirements,

20 mins

Dr. Jhonabeth Pajarillaga

Dr. Alfiero Banaag



Conduct short orientation and seminar on proper handling & control during shipment/transport and other responsibilities attached to the license

1 hour

Dr. Jhonabeth Pajarillaga

Dr. Alfiero Banaag



Prepare the certificate of attendance and temporary license, facilitate signing and approval and give to clients.

Signatories:  Section Chief, Division Chief, RED

20 mins

Mr. Normandy Inacay


Pay corresponding fees to Special Collecting Officer (SCO)

SCO Issues OR

5 mins

Ms. Teresita Ramos



Endorse application for approval:

20 mins

Dr. Jonabeth Pajarillaga



Retrieve the signed application form from ORED

5 mins.

Mr. Normandy Inacay



Give the signed copy of application form together with the photocopy of the certificate of attendance to the Records Section for mailing to the BAI-CO

10 mins

Mr. Normandy Inacay



Call Central Office to inform of the mailed documents

10 mins.

Mr. Normandy Inacay



Received approved Certificate of Registration/Sticker/Handlers ID* and record the same

10 mins

Mr. Normandy Inacay



Call the client to get license, sticker, and handler’s ID

5 mins

Mr. Normandy Inacay


Receive the registration certificate/handler ID/sticker and surrender issued temporary certificate.

Record and file the documents

5 mins

Mr. Normandy Inacay


* Documents mailed back to DA-RFU I not longer than one-month

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