Operational Information

 

OPERATIONAL DOCUMENTATION

AUSTRALIAN ANIMAL WELFARE STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES – SALEYARDS
EUROPEAN UNION CATTLE ACCREDITATION SCHEME – INFORMATION FOR FARMS
NLIS PROCEDURES FOR CATTLE


NRLX FEES 2021 - 2022

Name
Fee (incl. GST)
Unit
Cattle Sold for $0.01 to $600.00
$9.00
Per Head
Cattle Sold for $600.01 to $900.00
$11.15
Per Head
Cattle Sold for $900.01 and Above
$13.50
Per Head
Vendor Capital Levy
$2.05
Per Head
Bull & Stud Sales – Vendor Fees
$21.50
Per Head
Bulls – Non Stud
$15.50
Per Head
Horses – Vendor Fees
$11.40
Per Head
No Sale Charge
$11.40
Per Head
Special Sale Booking
$175.00
Per Day
Dead Beast Handling Fee (Excludes Disposal)
$105.00
Per Head
Ramp to Ramp Unloading & Reloading (Minimum Charge $25)
$0.60
Per Head
Use of Facility Fee – Private Sale & Consignment Cattle
$11.40
Per Head Per Day
Transit Yard Fee – Farm to Farm
$6.00
Per Head Per Day
Transit Yard Fee – Consolidation Cattle
$3 – $8
Per Head
Avdata Key Purchase
$46.50
Each
Avdata Truck Wash Usage (Minimum Charge $4.50)
$0.93
Per Minute

Consolidation cattle from other saleyards will be charged at $3 per head if delivered after 3pm on Wednesday and collected before 12pm Thursday OR delivered after 3pm on Friday and collected by 7am Monday. All consolidation cattle found to be in the transit yards outside of these hours will be charged at $8 per head.

The NRLX undercover pens are ONLY to be used for cattle sold through NRLX sales. All other cattle MUST use the transit ramp and yards to avoid additional charges.

All transit cattle found to be using the undercover pens including consolidation cattle will be charged at the higher Use of Facility & Vendor Capital Levy fee.

Private sale and consignment cattle will be charged both the Use of Facility Fee and Vendor Capital Levy.

A $25 minimum charge applies to all transit fee invoices.

INDUSTRY LINKS

Meat & Livestock Australia

Australian Livestock & Property Agents Association
Australian Animal Welfare Standards And Guidelines
Australian Livestock Markets’ Association
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences
Australian Competition And Consumer Commission
Department Of Primary Industries