Rangeland goats should remain tag free under national mandatory electronic identification system

Samantha Townsend
Updated August 3 2022 - 2:37pm, first published 2:30pm
Lachlan Gall from Coogee Lake Station says producers selling rangeland goats direct to abattoirs should be exempt from the national mandatory sheep and goat electronic identification system. Photo: Jo Gall
Lachlan Gall from Coogee Lake Station says producers selling rangeland goats direct to abattoirs should be exempt from the national mandatory sheep and goat electronic identification system. Photo: Jo Gall

A western pastoralist has issued a standing invitation to those that thinking tagging rangeland goats is "a good idea" to have a go themselves.

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