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How to make property to property transfers with NLIS

– [Narrator] This video
will explain how to complete an individual sheep
property-to-property transfer on the NLIS database. Enter www.nlis.com.au into your browser. You will see the following screen. You can either log in if you have an existing NLIS account, or register for NLIS producer account. To register for an account, click on Register. You will need to fill out your details and click Register. You will receive an email
from the NLIS database confirming your application. To log onto the NLIS database, add in your NLIS user ID and password. If you have forgotten
you user ID or password, click on the icons and send. You also have the option to
log into the NLIS database through your MyMLA login
if you have it set up. Once you log into your NLIS account, you will see the old Dashboard. You will need to change
to the new Dashboard. Once you have selected the new Dashboard, you need to ensure you are
working with Sheep (individual). You now need to select the option, notify the database of Livestock moved onto my
property (sheep individual). That will take you to the transfer screen. Step 1: Type in the data. You can enter the electronic
NLIS E-Tags of the sheep into the first box. This can be completed
by copying and pasting the RFIDs directly from
the file you downloaded onto your computer from your scanner, or by typing in the visual number, the NLIS ID, as shown. If you are typing the visual number, ensure that numbers and
digits are all correct, otherwise you might transfer
the incorrect animal or someone else’s animal. You will then need to enter
the total number of head in the consignment. The PIC you are moving the animals from will need to be entered in the next box. This PIC can be found on the NVD, the National Vendor Declaration, that arrived with the animals. The PIC you are moving
them to is pre-entered from the PIC or PICs linked
to your NLIS account. The NVD number must be
entered in the next box. The date the livestock
moved must be entered. This date must reflect the
date the animals arrived on your property, not the date you completed
the NLIS transfer. Step 2: validate the data. This screen includes the details of your proposed NLIS transfer, including the NLIS IDs,
RFIDs, PIC, NVD number, and movement date for you to validate and make any changes if required. For this example, the NLIS ID doesn’t have the
correct number of characters. Once the data is all correct, Process Data can be selected. Step 3: Process Data. The last screen informs you if the transfer has been
processed successfully or not, and provides you with an
upload ID for your reference. You’ll also be sent an
email from the NLIS database regarding the transfer and upload details.

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