All cattle and buffalo moved to South Australia from interstate must:
- have a National Livestock Identification System device and be accompanied by either:
- and have a National Cattle Health Declaration. A National Cattle Health Declaration is not needed if destined direct to slaughter or to reside on a property approved by the Chief Inspector of Stock.
Copies of documents must be kept for 7 years.
Livestock or livestock products affected or suspected of being affected with a notifiable disease must not be brought into or moved within the state without approval of the Chief Inspector of Stock.
Many diseases endemic to Australia including Enzootic bovine leucosis and Ephemeral fever are listed as notifiable diseases.
The owner and any person responsible for the animals or products must ensure that all movement conditions are met. Failure to do so may incur penalties or quarantine restrictions.