How do I get my data in LDL in the future?
To get access to carcase compliance and/or animal health data in LDL, you need to consign to a processor participating in either the LDL program or the National Sheep Health Monitoring Project (NSHMP). As LDL is a voluntary program in the early stage of its roll out, not all processors are participating in the program. Processors are rolling LDL out to their suppliers on a supply chain basis.
If you have had sheep processed throughout Southern Australia, data may have been collected through the NSHMP. This data will soon be available through LDL as part of collaborative initiative between Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Sheepmeat Council of Australia (SCA), Wool Producers Australia (WPA) and Animal Health Australia (AHA).
If you are a producer we encourage you to contact your processor to find out if they’re are involved or interested in being part of the LDL program.
If you are a processor interested in more information about LDL, please email email@example.com.