LPA QA operates under Rules and Standards agreed to and
maintained by the LPA Advisory Committee (LPAAC).
LPA QA accreditation for Cattle producers equates to Cattlecare
Accreditation. Similarly, Sheep producers seeking LPA QA
accreditation become Flockcare Accredited. Accredited producers are
required to operate in accordance with the Rules Governing the Use
of the Cattlecare and/or Flockcare Programs.
The Rules for CATTLECARE and Flockcare set the requirements for
participation in the LPA QA.
Select the options below to view the previous Rules (Issue 1),
new Rules (Issue 2) or a marked up copy highlighting the
Select the options below to view the previous Rules (Issue 2),
new Rules (Issue 3) or a marked up copy highlighting the
LPA QA Standards
The LPA QA Standards apply to both cattle and sheep producers.
The Standards consist of three core modules: Food Safety Management
(LPA Level 1), Systems Management and Livestock Management.
In turn each module comprises five (5) Elements as outlined
Module 1: Food Safety Management
Module 2: Systems Management
Module 3: Livestock Management
The LPA QA Standards are reviewed and updated from time to time.
A copy of the current LPA QA Standards can be accessed below:
The LPA QA Rules and Standards form part of the LPA On Farm QA
Manual. To download a copy of the LPA On Farm QA Manual click here
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