EUCAS: Feedlots

​​​​​​​Feedlots must be EUCAS accredited if they want to produce animals that can be exported as meat to the EU. A feedlot is a registered business covered by a single Property Identification Code (PIC) under State or Territory legislation where cattle are confined and fed high–energy rations to maximise their growth prior to slaughter. Feedlots may contain segregated EUCAS and non–EUCAS cattle.

The following documents relate to EUCAS accredition for feedlots:

European Union Cattle Accreditation Scheme Feedlot Rules

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European Union Cattle Accreditation Scheme Feedlot Rules  - DOCX10122 KB

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Application form

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Application form - PDF4248 KB

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Application to re–instate EU status

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Application to re–instate EU status - PDF395 KB

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Relinquishment form

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Relinquishment form- PDF364 KB

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Contact details update

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Contact details update - PDF358 KB

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Statutory declaration form

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Statutory declaration form - PDF224 KB
Statutory declaration form - DOCX237 KB

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Audit strategy

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Audit strategy - PDF1129 KB
Audit strategy - DOCX1142 KB

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List of Accredited Feedlots

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List of Accredited Feedlots - ExcelN/A80 KB

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