The Livestock Health and Pest Authorities (LHPAs) in NSW are encouraging recipients of 2012 Land and Stock Returns to lodge their completed return before Friday 31 August to avoid a late fee.
In June over 147,000 Annual Land and Stock Returns were mailed to all LHPA ratepayers and individuals with a current brand, earmark or property identification code (PIC) in NSW.
Chair of the LHPA State Management Council, Ian Donges, says the data collected in the returns forms a vital role in building
a statewide biosecurity picture about agricultural usage and livestock numbers, which is invaluable in the event of an emergency disease outbreak.
To lodge your 2012 return online, go to www.lhpa.org.au/landandstock or contact your nearest LHPA office for more information or assistance.
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