Information on how to get a livestock movement licence.
Licences allow livestock ( pigs, sheep, goats, deer) to be legally moved off your premises. Without a licence they cannot be legally moved.
Cattle movements differ as their movements are recorded through the passport system administered by British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS).
The BCMS website can provide further information:
British Cattle Movement Services (external website)
The movement licence for sheep and pigs out of a market will be completed by a member of the market staff.
Movement licences enable the authorities to trace livestock movements in the event of a disease outbreak.
the online free to use eAML2 pig movement document.
The British Pig Executive (BPEX) website provides guidance and advice on how to register:
British Pig Executive (external website)
You will need to set up the movement on line and print off the page 1 haulier summary and give this summary sheet to the haulier.
In the event you do not have a computer with internet access you can get your electronic AML2 set up through BPEX either by:
Remember once the movement has taken place you will have to confirm it with BPEX.
Animal Reporting and Movement Service (ARAMS) (external website)
the Animal Reporting and Movement Service (ARAMS) website provides guidance and advice on how to register and use the form:
Blank ARAMS forms can be obtained either from local livestock markets or slaughterhouse.
The ARAMS (Animal Reporting and Movement Service) movement forms should be posted to the South Western office in Milton Keynes for processing, instead of the council.
The SouthWestern address, which is given on the bottom of the new movement form is:
Animal Reporting and Movement Service,South Western,PO Box 6299,Milton Keynes,MK10 1ZQ