How to obtain a Property Identification Code (PIC) Number?
State/Territory NLIS authorities issue a unique Property Identification Code (PIC) to identify parcels of land used for agricultural purposes. The PIC is the first eight characters of the NLIS ID which is printed on the tags issued to producers. Every time an animal moves to a property with a different PIC, or to a feedlot, saleyard, abattoir or other location, the PIC it moved from and to is recorded on the database, so a 'life history' of movements for that animal is established.
What is a Serial Number on NLIS tags?
A serial number on NLIS tags is a 5 digit number located under the PIC number.
It is a sequence for managing your livestock identity. You can have any numbers you require as long it is in sequence order. Eg. 00321 to 00421 for a 100 tags ordered.
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In the event of inaccurate (mistakes) information please contact us immediately on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact the manufacturer however we cannot guarantee changes will be possible. We will endeavor to assist as best to our timeframe allows us.
Queensland customers need to supply a current DPI form with Animal ID Tags before the order is processed.
To obtain one please go to: http://www.daff.qld.gov.au/about-us/contact-us
We can supply management tags and applicators however NLIS orders must be ordered via http://dpilst.efirst.com.au/login.asp
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