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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OMB No. 1076-0157
BID FOR GRAZING PRIVILEGES
To the Superintendent, ________________________________ Indian Agency
In response to the notice of sale of grazing privileges under permit for a _______ -year period beginning
____________________ and terminating not later than ____________________, on the _____________________
Indian Reservation, bids to be opened at the office of the Superintendent at _____ o'clock _ m on the ___ day of
_________, ______, I / we (strike out) hereby submit the following bid:
Range Unit ID
(Name or Number)
AUMs (# of
Head X # of
* For sheep divide number of head by five to calculate AUMs.
Enclose this bid in a sealed envelope addressed to the Superintendent of the above agency. Do not submit in
duplicate. Clearly indicate "BID FOR GRAZING PRIVILEGES" on the face of the envelope.
A separate bid must be submitted for each range unit desired.
If the bid is made by more than one individual, acting neither as a firm nor as a corporation, each must sign.
If the bid is made by a partnership, the signature must consist of the name of the firm followed by the signature of
each of the members thereof.
If the bid is made by a corporation, the signature must consist of the name of the corporation, followed by the
name of the proper officer or officers as required by the laws of the corporation, accompanied by evidence of
authority of such officer or officers to bind the corporation.