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Landholder Resource Hub
Check out our Landholder resource hub for plenty of proactive tips from our team, plus feedback from customers and industry experts through our webinars, podcasts and video resources highlighting our best practice farming and land management programs and projects across NSW. You can also download a copy of our Rural Living Handbook.
Apply for a PIC
In NSW, a property that has any one number of livestock residing on the land, such as cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, bison, buffalo, deer, camelids, equines (ie horses and donkeys) and poultry (100 or more) is required to have a property identification code (PIC) registered to that property regardless of whether the livestock are being moved, traded, agisted, they are pets, or reside on the land for any other reason.
A PIC is a unique eight-character code assigned by Local Land Services to properties with livestock and placed into a district register.
This system holds information identifying land including property names, locations and further details of the trading entity and PIC manager.
If you’d like to apply for a PIC, read about Property Identification Code applications, complete and return the application form to your local office. You can return your completed form by post or email. Head to our contact page to find your local customer service team contact details.
We can update your contact details, connect you with expert advice, or help you get involved in our projects and programs, apply for grants or incentives or even RSVP for an event in your area. If you have more questions or want to get in contact with your local office, give us a call on 1300 795 299.
Head to our contact page to find your local office's details.