The National Livestock Identification System (NLIS), Australia’s scheme for the identification and tracing of livestock, has been introduced in NSW.
All movements of cattle between properties with different Property Identification Codes (PICs) must be notified to the NLIS database and all cattle identified.
- NLIS: Guidlines for stock and station agents
- Ebeef - NLIS equipment
- NLIS Cattle: questions and answers
- NLIS cattle: agistment requirements
- NLIS Cattle: Getting started for cattle producers
- NLIS cattle: Guidelines for NSW abattoirs
- NLIS Guidelines for NSW knackeries
- NLIS Cattle: Guidelines for NSW shows and sporting events
- NLIS Cattle: identification and stock movements
- NLIS Cattle: improving herd management
- NLIS Cattle: property-to-property transfers
- NLIS Cattle: using electronic identification and carcase feedback in cattle management
- NLIS Cattle: utilising carcase information
- NLIS Procedures for cattle abattoirs and knackeries (PRO 2010/29) 231.2 KB
- Agisting cattle in the Western Division
- NLIS Procedures for Cattle [PDF 338kb]
- Exercise Tuckerbox
A foot-and-mouth disease desk-top tracing exercise conducted in NSW in April 2012.
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