A system of on-farm assurance, animal identification and traceability from paddock to plate guarantees the integrity of Australia’s red meat industry.
It protects the disease-free status of Australian red meat and underpins the marketing of our product as clean, safe and natural. Australia’s red meat integrity system ensures the livestock industry can stand by what it sells.
A Property Identification Code (PIC) is an eight-character code allocated by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) or an equivalent authority in each state or territory to identify a livestock-producing property. Producers must have a PIC to move livestock on and off a property – it forms the basis of Australia’s food safety and traceability programs.LEARN MORE
Register for an NLIS account to see information about your livestock and record livestock movements onto and off your property (PIC) on the NLIS database. As animals are bought, sold and moved along the supply chain, each movement must be recorded centrally on the NLIS database.LEARN MORE
All animals leaving a property (PIC) must be identified with an NLIS accredited device before moving, unless a permit is obtained from the state or territory authority. All devices that are NLIS accredited will have the NLIS logo printed on them.LEARN MORE
Becoming accredited with LPA means that livestock producers agree to abide by the LPA Rules and Standards, including the 7 program requirements. LPA NVDs are only available to LPA accredited producers and guarantee that on-farm practices meet LPA requirements, and ultimately customer expectations. LPA NVDs communicate the food safety status of every animal as it moves through the supply chain.Learn More
ISC, in collaboration with industry, has developed the Integrity System 2025 Strategy (IS2025 Strategy) to prepare industry for the future and guide valuable investment into the integrity system and its programs. The IS2025 Strategy aims to deliver the vision: that our integrity system remains recognised and trusted globally as delivering a quality red meat product that is produced to rigorous standards, is valued by industry, and is embedded in the culture of Australian livestock management.
Livestock Data Link (LDL) is an online program that enables the sharing of carcase and animal disease information between processors and their producers. LDL links carcase data with analytical tools, benchmarking reports and the Solutions to Feedback library, so producers can address carcase performance and any animal health conditions detected during processing.
myMLA is the new way to aggregate your MLA systems accounts into one simple destination. It offers personalised, relevent content delivered straight to an online dashboard that is unique to each user, based on pre-determined preferences.