Horse Exhibitors must complete all sections of the ASC Individual Waiver and the ASC Horse Health Declaration. Each horse with which the competitor is involved in competition at the Show must be listed together with the Property Identification Code (PIC) of the property from which the horse came to the Show.
Cattle Exhibitors must complete all sections of the ASC Individual Waiver, and a National Cattle Health Declaration. In addition, Exhibitors must provide certification that animals entered for competition in all Cattle Classes, including calves at foot, have been tested for Pestivirus and certified as non-PI (Persistently Infected). Certification must be provided in the form of a laboratory report or signed veterinary certificate, listing animals and their identification. Animals previously tested and certified as non-PI are not required to be retested, however certification must be provided.
Sheep Exhibitors must complete all sections of the ASC Individual Waiver, a National Sheep Health Statement, and provide a National Vendor Declaration.
Poultry Exhibitors: are required to provide a PIC number for any holding on which is held 100 or more chickens, turkeys, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons (including racing pigeons), pheasant or partridge and 10 or more of emus and/or ostriches. The onus is on individual property and stock owners to comply with PIC requirements under Clause 29 of the Stock Diseases Act 2009. There is no active surveillance for, or compliance of, PIC’s for properties on which Poultry are held.