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New South Wales confirms compulsory eID roll out

THE New South Wales government has announced its plan to make electronic identification (eID) for sheep and goats compulsory by the start of 2027.

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 Sheep and goat eID will be compulsory in NSW from January 2025. Picture courtesy NSW DPI.

Sheep and goat eID will be compulsory in NSW from January 2025. Picture courtesy NSW DPI.

Minister for Agriculture and Western NSW, Dugald Saunders, said the plan has been developed hand-in-hand with industry, ensuring a timeline that works for each sector. "Biosecurity is a top priority...

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