electronic National Vendor Declaration (eNVD)

Producers now have a cutting-edge electronic platform for the transfer of national livestock declarations at their finger-tips and can take a look at how to use it in a how-to video (watch below).

Launched in late August, the electronic National Vendor Declaration (eNVD) transfers Livestock Production Assurance (LPA) information, as well as animal health declarations, Meat Standards Australia (MSA) declarations and National Feedlot Accreditation Scheme (NFAS) delivery documentation.

The eNVD platform is already making life simpler for producers, with more than 4300 declarations submitted through the new platform.

It reduces time spent completing livestock assurance and health declarations and managing historical NVDs for auditing, reporting and administrative purposes. It will also ensures the latest NVD is being used.

The eNVD system can be used to submit and retrieve eNVDs for property-to-property movements, or movements to feedlots, saleyards and abattoirs.

The LPA eNVD is free to use and is available from the LPA Service Centre website at https://lpa.nlis.com.au/ or through eNVD licensed software systems and apps. A list of licensed software providers is available here.

An eNVD 6 step guide and a more detailed eNVD user manual has been developed to explain how to create an eNVD via the LPA service centre.

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