Check your state laws and your state agriculture department.
Generally, nobody pays much attention to hobbyists. Also, as Acebird said, most of the inspectors are overworked and underpaid--they don't have a lot to gain from shutting down hobbyists, who offer no economic threat to the big boys nor any power-thrill like they'd get from shutting down one of the big boys.
My own state ag department has an inspector who comes round once a year to check on my poultry; his other tasks include dog catching, stocking fishponds in the state parks, deer tagging and hunter licensing for the county. He's a busy guy! He knocks on the door, we chat a bit about how this year's hatches went, the weather, gardening, etc. He pats the dogs and gives me a slip of paper that says he stopped by and my birds are fine. This past visit, I said, "I got bees, do you want to see them? They're down in the orchard." He rolled his eyes and said, "No way, I have enough to do without worrying about bees too. I'm sure they're fine." And that was that.
Near as I can tell, working with various regulatory agencies in my career, they mostly only bother you if there's been a complaint of something pretty bad happening. And it really does have to be very bad, like many people getting severely injured. If you're doing fine, fairly competent, no complaints, nobody really cares what you do--they have bigger fish to fry. You could be running around on a unicycle wearing a clown hat and singing Waltzing Matilda--the people who care deeply about such things, who will really make your life very hard to the best of their abilities, are NOT regulators. They are busybody neighbors with nothing better to do than watch teevee and fuss about who is doing what with whom, who never worked a day in their lives and instead spend their time carping about who brought what to the ladies auxiliary potluck, sort of thing. That's who you have to watch out for, as a hobbyist. Just my experience through many, many actual inspections, audits and investigations from many feared three-letter federal regulators. :-P