The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) promulgates administrative rules pursuant to rulemaking authority conferred by the Legislature. Administrative rules have the force and effect of law and become part of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. View all current Department Administrative Rules in effect.
An agency undertakes rulemaking when it seeks to create new rules, or to amend or repeal existing rules. Rules must be promulgated according to a process established by the Legislature in ch. 227, Stats., by the Governor's Executive Orders, and by Court rulings. An overview of the administrative rules promulgation process can be found inChapter 4 of the Wisconsin State Legislature Briefing Book.
View Proposed Department Rules in Promulgation Process. View current proposed administrative rules that are scheduled to be presented to the Department Board.
If there is an immediate threat to the public peace, health, safety or welfare, the Department may adopt a temporary emergency rule according to special procedures prescribed by the Legislature.
|1||Administrative Orders and Contested Cases||SS 027-22||Permanent|
|16||Dog Sellers and Dog Facility Operators||CR 21-061||Permanent|
|21||Plant Inspection and Pest Control||CR 22-022||Permanent|
|22||Industrial Hemp||EmR 2111||Emergency|
|50||Soil and Water Resource Management Program||SS 081-21|
|52||Nitrogen Optimization||SS 040-22||Emergency|
|52||Crop Insurance Premium Rebates||SS 039-22||Emergency|
|57||Inedible Animal By-Products||SS 016-21||Permanent|
|76||Safety, Maintenance, and Operation of Public Pools and Water Attractions||CR 22-021||Permanent|
|78||Recreational and Educational Camps||CR 21-109||Permanent|
|94||Petroleum & Other Liquid Fuel Products||CR 21-096||Permanent|
|160||County and District Fairs||CR 21-093||Permanent|
|161||Something Special from Wisconsin||SS 019-21||Permanent|
|161||Grants and Loans||SS 041-22||Permanent|
|VE 1-11||Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians||CR 21-062||Permanent|
The Department welcomes input from the public during the development of administrative rules. Public comments can be submitted on proposed administrative rules.
Public comments can also be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to 2811 Agriculture Drive, PO Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911.
Public Comments on Economic Impact of Proposed Administrative Rules
None at this time.