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Animal ID Systems, providing tips and know how for everything related to animal identification and.. animal well being. RFID systems, readers, software, and procedures. For Livestock and Companion.. Animals.

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  • AVMA Supports National Animal Disease Traceability Program
    on Aug 26, 2011 in traceability program AVMA
    The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) applauds the release of the USDA-Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) proposed rule on animal disease traceability and affirms its... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
  • Pioneering National Microchipping Month CampaignNational Micro chipping Month, organized by the Kennel Club of Great Britain, takes place every year to highlight the benefits of micro chipping animals, and the need to keep details associated with every animal chip's to date. Have you updated your...
  • Livetrack Wand Reader Software Demo Video
    on Feb 12, 2010 in RFID Software
    From Syscan-ID RFID software video.   The video shows how to use Syscan’s Livetrack RFID software. Used for Animal Identification.   Livetrack Manager...
  • USDA Moves to Make Animal ID More Cost Efficient.
    on Feb 5, 2010 in Animal ID
      U.S. Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a change of direction for animal disease traceability in the U.S. The new framework will apply only to animals moved in interstate commerce. States and tribal nations will administer the program to provi...
  • EU Lamb EID tagging Now Mandatory
    on Jan 8, 2010 in Livestock Care
    New European Union rules for sheep farmers have come into force meaning all newborn lambs will have to be electronically tagged. It is hoped the move will allow animals to be traced more easily. Rural Affairs Minister Elin Jones...
  • 70% Rebate on RFID Readers for Saskatchewan Cattle Producers.
    on Dec 17, 2009 in RFID
    We would like to send a reminder to all our customers in Saskatchewan, the the 70% rebate program is in effect on all readers, scales, software, and  accessories related to RFID Cattle traceability.   You may view our line of...
  • RFID Ear tags, using tag EID for management purpose
    on Dec 1, 2009 in RFID
    The Canadian Cattlemen Association (CCA) has recently launched a new program called the Beef InfoXchange System or BIXS. This program is part of the Canadian Beef Advantage (CBA) program, the branding of Canadian beef for domestic and international m...
  • Cattle Ear Tags: The Correct Way to Tag Cattle
    on Nov 3, 2009 in RFID Tags
    Tagging is an important part of animal identification, but must be done properly. Tagging an animal is very similar to a human getting their ears’ pierced. Learn how to properly tag your animals and maintain proper care afterwards.
  • Saskatchewan Announces RFID Rebate Program 70% Paid back to Producers
    on Oct 30, 2009 in RFID
    Today, Agriculture Minister Bob Bjornerud announced a $5 million Saskatchewan Voluntary Livestock Traceability Rebate. "I have always maintained that any traceability programming in Saskatchewan should be voluntary and directed by the indust...
  • Syscan-ID Livetrack RFID Wand Reader
    on Oct 20, 2009 in RFID
            Syscan-ID Livetrack RFID Wand Reader 134.2Khz Used by cattlemen to read RFID cattle ear tags. These tags are usually HDX or FDX-B ear tags, from Allflex, Destron, Y-Tex and so on. The...
  • Animal ID Systems Store is now Online
    on Oct 16, 2009 in RFID
    Fall is finally upon us once again. We would like to wish all our friends the best of luck this season. Animal ID Systems store is now online. you may visit our site www.animalidsystems.com . We stock all major items related to Animal...
  • Issue 2: for Ohio farmers, Livestock, and You.
    on Oct 14, 2009 in Livestock Care
    As a farmer and livestock producer from Johnstown, I need to explain why Issue 2 is so important to the Ohio farmers and to you, the consumer. Ohio's farmers are like all Ohioans we rely on safe, affordable food sources to provide...
  • Japan puts temporary ban on Beef imports from US meat packer Tyson
    on Oct 11, 2009 in News
    Japan’s agriculture minister issued a temporary Beef import ban on US meat packer Tyson on Saturday. The import ban was issued immediately after Japanese inspectors discovered bovine spinal columns in one of the boxes shipped from Tyson Fresh Meats...
  • Man applies cattle ear tag to his ear.
    on Oct 8, 2009 in Fun
    This is a reminder to everyone, this is not the correct procedure to apply ear tags. Please do not try this at home. Maybe next time he could apply an RFID tag, this way he could demonstrate to the cows, the correct way to run through the a...
  • Canadian Sheep Federation looking for Producers to start RFID Pilot in November
    on Oct 7, 2009 in RFID
    The Canadian Sheep Federation has announced they are looking for producers to start an RFID pilot project. The CSF is currently accepting applications for the pilot.  ...
  • The fight against Cattle Deaths in Africa
    on Oct 6, 2009 in Livestock Disease
    A private charity has renewed the fight against cattle deaths with the introduction of a new distribution channel for vaccine in the Kenyan market. Commercialization of the vaccine is targeted at combating East Coast Fever, a livestock diseas...
  • NAIS Funding cut for Animal Identification
    on Oct 5, 2009 in NAIS
    Below is an article on the Congress committee, in regards to cutting the budget got the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) in the US. Producers have to change the attitude and way of thinking on the NAIS. This is a mandatory system,...
  • Equine lameness, Causes and cures
    on Oct 2, 2009 in Horse
                        An athlete’s body is trained to handle an amazing amount of work and stress.  From runners to swimmers, all athletes train to handle the specific stress their sport requires.  Unfortunately, it is still not...
  • Companion Animal ID (RFID Microchip)
    on Sep 2, 2009 in Companion Animal
      When animal guardians finally get with the program and always place identification on their companion animals, maybe this column will have the opportunity to address other subjects. But, the problem continues. Every w...
  • Horse Care
    on Aug 28, 2009
    In an effort to provide a basic guideline for minimum horse care requirements, the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) recently developed an eight page educational guide called Minimum Standards for Equine Care in Kentucky.  The guide is a free resource of...
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