Stock (Identification and Movement) Regulations 1972



    9A. Minimum sizes for certain brands and earmark symbols

    (1) The brand on a horse or deer shall be not less than 100 millimetres long and 30 millimetres in height at the time when the brand is applied.

    (2) Subject to subregulation (2a), the brand for cattle or buffalo shall be not less than 150 millimetres long and 50 millimetres in height at the time when the brand is applied.

    (2a) The brand for buffalo, if applied to the horn, shall be of sufficient size to be clearly legible.

    (3) The earmark symbol for cattle or buffalo shall be not less than 12 millimetres across its maximum dimension at the time when the earmark symbol is applied.

    (4) The earmark symbol for sheep, goats, deer or camelids shall be not less than 12 millimetres across its maximum dimension at the time when the earmark symbol is applied.

    [Regulation 9A inserted in Gazette 14 Sep 1973 p. 3479; amended in Gazette 2 May 1995 p. 1654-5.]



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