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Moving sheep into and within NSW

Summary

Sheep moving into NSW from other states must meet this state’s NLIS and health requirements.

Sheep moving into NSW must be accompanied by a completed National Sheep Health Declaration.

Sheep must also be free of virulent footrot and cattle tick unless they are being transported directly to an abattoir for slaughter.

The primefact includes topics:

  • Moving sheep into NSW from other states
  • Fodder from any other state
  • Moving sheep within NSW
  • NLIS
  • Property Identification Codes
  • National Sheep Health Declaration



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Primefact 910 Fifth Edition

Published: 25 Oct 2017