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NLIS database training interactive webinar - May

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Interactive online webinar to assist livestock producers manage their NLIS database accounts.

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Please note: This is a two-part training event.

Part 1 is an online video you watch before attending Part 2 the scheduled interactive webinar.

Agriculture Victoria is conducting this interactive two-part webinar to assist Victorian livestock producers to use the National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) database to complete transactions, including Property to Property (P2P) transfers. This two-part webinar is relevant to cattle, sheep and goat producers.

All cattle, sheep and goats tagged with an EID NLIS tag must be transferred on the NLIS database when they are moved between two different Victorian Property Identification Codes (PICs). This interactive two-part webinar will walk producers through setting up and using the NLIS database.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE: Setting up, navigating and using the NLIS database; Management of livestock movements onto your property; Property to Property (P2P) transfers on the NLIS database.

Numbers are limited to allow for interactive sessions.

If you have any problems registering please call 03 5761 1647.

Agriculture Victoria will cancel events on Code Red fire danger days

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