LPA accredited dairy producers

As dairy cattle are part of the food supply chain, dairy farmers are encouraged to maintain LPA accreditation.

All LPA-accredited dairy producers will need to register their dairy license number with LPA and complete a short assessment and declaration to renew LPA accreditation* every three years.

*Licensed dairy farmers will need to complete the LPA reaccreditation when it is due (or any time after 1 October 2017), but will not be required to complete the LPA learning modules or pay the LPA accreditation fee.

Make sure that you select ‘Dairy’ as your enterprise type and input your dairy license number as a part of the reaccreditation process.  This will ensure that the farm practices implemented under your Dairy QA program are recognised by LPA, allowing you to be removed from the LPA random audit program.

To register your dairy license number login to the LPA service centre https://lpa.nlis.com.au/dairy

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