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Brands Act 1915 – 1 December 2006

Brands Regulation 2012 – 1 July 2015

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A person may apply in the approved form to become the owner of a registered brand or earmark. Once registered, the owner must lodge a yearly return.

  • Sections 5, 12, 18

A person shall not sell cattle weighing over 100kg without a brand.

  • Section 24A

A person shall not sell pigs weighing over 30kg without a brand.

  • Section 24C
Reason for law

To consolidate the law relating to brands and marks on stock. (Long title of Act)

Relevant links

Branding and earmarking livestock in Queensland (Biosecurity Queensland)

Brands database

APL-SS Bulletin

2016-04 – Is Branding redundant in the technology age?

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