NT Waybills – Return PINK Copies
Have you sent your PINK copies in to your Regional Livestock Biosecurity Officer recently?
It is a mandatory requirement for cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, camelids (including camels, alpacas and llamas), deer and pig owners to complete a waybill whenever stock are moved outside the boundaries of a property.
Pink copies must be sent within 28 days.
It is an offence under the Livestock Regulations not to complete a waybill correctly and may incur a penalty for not submitting the Waybill pink copies to the Registrar in 28 days after completion.
NT PICs – use the NT PIC Search database - http://pic.primaryindustry.nt.gov.au/
National PIC Registers using your NLIS account-https://www.nlis.com.au/ Search the PIC register.
NOTE: Post PINK copies within 28 days to Regional Livestock Biosecurity Officer.
Check out our Websites https://www.nt.gov.au/industry/agriculture/livestock or contact your RLBO for assistance.
Tennant Creek Region
Alice Springs Region
Rob Wait (RLBO)
Josh Haigh (RLBO)
Tom Haines (PLBO)
Greg Crawford (RLBO)
Last updated: 11 April 2018