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PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION CODE

PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION CODE

From 1 September 2012, anyone who keeps equines (i.e., horses and donkeys) are to have a property identification code.

PIC stands for ‘Property Identification Code’. As the name suggests, the code is for the property, not the horse, the owner of the horse or the owner of the property. Each property should have only one PIC. A property may consist of a single Lot, or a number of Lot and DP numbers (as listed on the Council Rates notice).

For more information go to: http://www.lhpa.org.au/identifying-and-tracing-livestock/property-identification-codes, also check out Frequently Asked Questions - horse owners

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