NLIS workshop coming up in Seymour
AGRICULTURE Victoria is holding a practical, handson workshop in Seymour on NLIS database usage, encouraging all Mansfield producers to attend.
The workshops will walk producers through their NLIS requirements and navigation, completion of movement transactions and reporting functions on the NLIS database.
Participants will also learn how to update their Property Identification Code (PIC) details.
All sheep, goats and cattle tagged with an electronic NLIS tag must be transferred on the NLIS database when they are moved between two different Victorian Property Identification Codes (PIC).
Agriculture Victoria technical specialist Kirstie Anderson said the aim was for producers to understand their livestock traceability requirements and how to manage their NLIS database account.
The workshop will be held at Seymour on Friday, March 13 at the DELWP office, located at 15 Hume and
Numbers are limited so please register early at agriculturevictoriaevents. eventbrite.com.au.
For more information on the workshops, or to register over the phone, please contact Kirstie Anderson at Agriculture Victoria on (03) 5761 1647.
Further information on NLIS requirements and PICs is available at agriculture. vic.gov.au/agriculture/ livestock/national-livestockidentification-system.
LEARN MORE ABOUT IDENTIFICATION: An upcoming NLIS workshop will be held in Seymour, with Mansfield producers encouraged to attend.