Part A is only to be completed by the owner or person responsible for the husbandry of the stock.


Address and PIC (Property Identification Code) of property/ place where the journey commenced

This eNVD can only be used when the stock are being moved from the property to which the user of this app has logged in to. If the stock are being moved from a different property (e.g. agistment), you should either register this PIC and login to that; or obtain an NVD from the owner of the property or an emergency NVD from a stock agent (if available)

If the stock was walked to yards on another property exclusively for the purpose of loading at the commencement of this journey, do not record the PIC of the property on which the stock was loaded. A new eNVD/waybill must be completed if the stock has been purchased and/or moved to a new property, and then dispatched to a saleyard, abattoir or other destination.



Description of stock

The identification of livestock creates a clear linkage between the livestock and the information provided on this eNVD. All PICs on tags attached to the stock must be listed, especially if the animals are not vendor bred, are a mixed mob, or are being moved from a property other than their property of birth, unless they have RFID tags and you’ve scanned the RFIDs as part of this eNVD (or mob).

Alternatively, a pink post-breeder tag may be attached to every animal. Ear notching, tattooing or distinctive nose or head raddled may be used for other identification purposes. The application of brands to the body of Sheep or Lambs immediately prior to dispatch is not recommended as such brands may not be completely scourable from sheepskins.


For consignments that require more lines to describe the stock, create a separate document and attach it to this eNVD. (See Statutory Documents for more Information).


Consigned to / Destination (If different)

Select from the addressbook in “eNVD Dest” the name of the person and/or

company the livestock is being consigned to. This will automatically fill out the full location address of person and/or company, e.g. Mr Smith ABC Stock Agents, Town, and State.

Select fro the address book in “Delivery Dest” the name of the person and/or

company the Livestock is physically sent, if they are not being sent to the location address of who the livestock is being consigned to e.g. ABC Saleyards, Town, State.


Details of other statutory documents

Other documents relating to this movement e.g. permit, animal health certificate, animal health statement, including additional sheets of descriptions of livestock can be added easily. Click on ___ to upload such documents from the storage section on your device. Or click the Photo Icon to make a picture of the statutory document.





Following section added as a link on the CA


Quality Assurance (QA) program (Question 1)

Include here any independently audited QA program for example Flockcare. Please note LPA level 1 is not a QA program.


Scabby Mouth Vaccination (Question 2) (If you DON’T KNOW, you must tick NO)

Scabby Mouth is a viral disease of Sheep or Lambs causing a short term effect to livestock which generally recover fully in approximately 3 weeks. Life-long immunity

to the virus is generally achieved post recovery. To meet the requirements of some live export sheep and lamb markets immunity to the virus is required. A Scabby Mouth Vaccination at least 14 days prior to presentation for sale is a requirement to qualify.


Ownership (Question 3)

(If you DON’T KNOW, you must tick NO) When sending in stock in one lot that are both vendor bred and non vendor bred, you must either tick “No” and answer the subsequent question on how long they have been owned for or use a separate document for the vendor bred stock and the non vendor bred stock


Veterinary drugs and chemicals (Question 4) (If your DON’T KNOW, you must tick YES) Veterinary drugs include chemicals administered orally, by injection or to the skin such as antibiotics, vaccines, worm and externally applied insecticides but exclude vitamin and mineral treatments. Export Slaughter Intervals (ESIs) and Withholding Periods (WHPs) for commonly used vet chemicals that are registered for use in Sheep or Lambs are listed in the table in this booklet. ESIs are the period following treatment when Sheep or Lambs are unsuitable for export processing. ESIs are industry standards to ensure export requirements are met. WHPs are the period following treatment when Sheep or Lambs are unsuitable for processing for consumption in Australia. Updated ESI information is available at  


Agricultural chemicals (Question 5) (If your DON’T KNOW, you must tick YES)

This question is important to ensure that Sheep or Lambs do not have unacceptable residues after consuming conventional stockfeeds, such as pasture, crop, stubble,

grain or a prepared stockfeed, previously treated with agricultural chemicals. If the answer is “Yes” record all requested details in the space provided. If the Sheep or

Lambs have consumed purchased feeds within 60 days prior to sale the vendor should answer “Yes” to this question unless they hold SAFEMEAT endorsed vendor

declarations for that feed and those declarations confirm that all required WHPs have been met and/or that the feed complies with all requirements relating to chemical residues through a QA testing program. If any of the Sheep or Lambs consumed pasture, stubbles or failed crops previously treated with a chemical that had no

grazing/ fodder WHP on the label the question should be answered “Yes” and details provided.


Animal Fats (Question 6)

(If your DON’T KNOW, you must tick YES) Whilst State law prohibits feeding of most animal materials to ruminants, products such as animal fats (examples include

tallow) are not prohibited. However, some overseas customers for various reasons also require that sheep meat and offal they receive be sourced from Sheep or Lambs that have never in their lives been fed animal fat such as tallow, which may be included in supplementary feed materials. If you answer NO to this question, ensure that you have all LPA NVDs for introduced sheep or lambs to substantiate this



Additional information (Question 7)

List any required attached documents, and attach copies of the documents to the original and all copies of the declaration.

Where “Russian Eligible” is written on the NVD, it means that the livestock have not been injected with or ingested feed products containing oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline in the last 90 days.





Once you confirm the eNVD (“irrevocable screen ___”) you have digitally signed it. Signing this declaration has legal significance. Regulatory authorities may take legal action, and purchasers may seek damages if any information in part A is incorrect. Before signing you must be absolutely satisfied you understand all elements of the document, and these explanatory notes.


Restricted Animal Material includes any tissue, blood or other material taken from an animal and any meals derived from animals. Examples are meat and bone meals, bloodmeal, fish meal, feather meal etc. It does not include tallow, gelatine or milk products. Contact your State Agriculture or Primary Industries Department for more details on these feeding restrictions.