Latest News

Recommended Protocols in response to COVID-19 (updated August 2021) (22 Aug 2021)

Recommended Protocols in response to COVID-19 (updated August 2021)

read more


AGM 2021 (22 Aug 2021)

Given the current COVID-19 pandemic the 2021 AGM has been postponed. Dates to be confirmed.

Please contact President Jamie Rowe via email president@livestockcontractors.com



Welcome

The Livestock Contractors Association (LCA) is a not-for-profit industry association, established to further the interests of Livestock Contractors / Producers and the livestock industries as a whole.

LCA members are involved in a broad range of disciplines and activities; it fulfils a vital role in furthering the interests and development of our industry sector with the aims of:

  • Promoting the use of Skilled Professional Contractors.
  • Involvement in developing Industry Standards and Codes of Conduct.
  • Promoting interaction and consultation between LCA Members and State and Federal Government Agencies, Livestock Owner Associations, Animal Welfare organisations and various consultative committees relating to such things as surgical procedures, chemical use and other animal handling practices.
  • Promotion of Best Practice Animal husbandry standards within the industry. 

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS updated August 2021

Protocols in response to the current COVID-19 situation are being updated as realeased.

Please refer to Quick Links for the full version protocols that have been developed for National and NSW.
Protcols for VIC coming soon

Please download the Essential worker Template letter that you are able to modified for your essential workers.

NEW as at 28 August: Vaccination & travel registration requirements for authorised workers

 

The NSW Government has declared that effective 6 September 2021, individuals who are over the age of 16 and live in, or are temporarily staying in a local government area (LGA) of concern, must not leave their LGA for work unless they have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or medical evidence of a medical exemption. Workers must also carry evidence of their vaccination or medical exemption as well as evidence of their current address.

 

It is very important for you to determine whether you live or work in a LGA of concern and monitor the list closely as the list of LGAs can change at any time.

 

Further, those who live or work in a LGA of concern or need to travel outside of Greater Sydney, may need to register their travel.  Greater Sydney includes the Blue Mountains.