The ministry of municipality and environment said that more permanent accommodation was being prepared.
Qatar is home to around 22,000 camels, which are raised for racing as well as meat and milk, but many herdsmen in the tiny kingdom rent pastures in much larger neighbouring Saudi Arabia.
The latest move from Riyadh has triggered angry reaction among Qatari farmers.
The farmers are the latest victims in the escalating spat, which began 5 June when Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut all diplomatic ties and suspended air and sea links with Doha, accusing it of supporting terrorism and controversial political groups. The decision has since been adopted by several other Muslim nation.