NSW Sheep and Goat Electronic Identification (eID) Rebate Scheme

Rebates are available for primary producers, processors, saleyard and stock and station agents to help with the costs of implementing eID tagging systems.
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Closing date: Sunday 31 March 2024 Sun 31 Mar 2024

Application detail:

Applications will be accepted until 31 January 2024 for processors and saleyards and 31 March 2024 for primary producers and agents, or until program funding is exhausted.

What do you get?

Rebate amounts vary.

Who is this for?

NSW primary producers, processors, saleyards (including local government saleyards) and stock and station agents.

Overview

Industry and government have agreed to transition towards mandatory electronic identification (eID) for sheep and farmed goats nation-wide.

Primary producers, processors, saleyards (including local government saleyards) and stock and station agents may be eligible for a rebate which will supplement the cost of purchasing and installing eID tagging systems.

 

Check if you can apply

To be eligible, you must:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • operate as a sole trader, partnership, trust or private company
  • agree to attend mandatory training and complete an annual assessment up to 1 January 2027 for all staff required to support traceability within your business
  • agree to return a survey or complete a face-to-face interview specific to the implementation of eID infrastructure annually up to 1 January 2027.

Further eligibility requirements will depend on whether you are applying as a primary producer, processor, saleyard or stock and station agent.

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