Property Identification Codes
In NSW it is already a requirement for owners of cattle, sheep, goats and pigs to have a PIC when trading or moving these livestock.
However, from 1 September 2012, anyone who keeps livestock in NSW will be required to obtain a PIC for the land on which the livestock are kept. Clause 37 of the Stock Diseases Regulation 2009requires all livestock owners/managers, and occupiers of land which carries cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, bison, buffalo, deer, camelids, equines (i.e., horses and donkeys) and poultry to have a property identification code regardless of whether the livestock are moved or not.
In order for us to comply with this new law, you will be required to supply your PIC to us on your entry form if you are showing your horse at our shows. If you do not yet have a PIC, you will need to supply us with your property ID number, which can be found on your rates notice. If you have difficulty locating your Property ID number, contact your local council.
Please visit this link to learn more and apply for a PIC online.
Application for a Property identification Number PIC