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ILRIC has been endorsed as the Australian Cattle Genetics Export Agency (ACGEA) by peak industry bodies; the Cattle Council of Australia (CCA), the Australian Livestock Exporters Council (ALEC) and the Australian Registered Cattle Breeders Association (ARCBA).

ILRIC provides independent certification of beef breeding animals based on the ACGEA standards.
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  • ACGEA Certification Statistics for 2015
    A total of 28,394 breeding heifers and bulls were certified by ILRIC in 2015 which is down by 4% on the 29,421 cattle certified in 2014.


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Exporters Database

ILRIC is pleased to offer access to the Export Certificate Database to registered exporters.