We had a sheep identification inspection, we had 2 or 3 days notice. Plenty of records were looked at including movement records during a sample period, tags were inspected, one found missing (we had obviously looked at them all the previous day and one had gone since) lambing records, retagging records and all sheep counted (we only have about 250 total but they were in 5 fields) Had to get most of them in to read the tags of course.
5 problems, one the missing tag but since we tagged it there and then it was OK, the rest of the problems were to do with movement records - Trading standards or whoever writing down movements that were pigs as lambs, could prove that we were right and they were wrong.
Clean bill I am happy to say.
An earlier trading standards inspection also discovered several differences between their record and ours, all proved to be their fault, no apology or loss of earnings for the guilty party.