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Electronic ID


Electronic Identification (EID, also known as Radio Frequency Identification or RFID), with its ability to identify and trace individual animals, has become increasingly important as traceability schemes are implemented worldwide to manage food safety and biosecurity risks.

 

When teamed with a weighing system this technology also has the potential to improve farm management decisions by leaps and bounds.

 

Take a look at the introductory article, EID Putting Farmers Ahead of the Game, to understand what EID is and how it works and browse the related news pieces to see how farming operations are benefiting from putting EID into their system.​



EID Putting Farmers Ahead of the Game

From basic compliance through to extensive and detailed stock understanding at an individual animal level, EID has the potential to extract more profit from any farming operation.

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Weighing & EID solution guides better cattle buying

Buying and selling up to 1000 store cattle every year has led the Thompson's to place increasing focus on the breeds that perform better. Combining weighing with electronic identification has removed the guesswork and enabled accurate yield calculations. 

 

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Learn more about Compliance

An introduction to national traceability schemes and how leading farmers are gaining more profits vs just being compliant.

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Combining Weighing with EID to maximise farm profitability

A combined weighing and electronic identification (EID) system is the absolute best option for farmers looking to manage their livestock performance more profitably.

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HR5 scanning electronic ID tag on cattle

 

 

84Wanting to get more out of his sheep encouraged James Evans to join an electronic identification (EID) workshop group, being specifically run in Western Australia.
83For “quite a few years”, midwife Isobel Oliver mentioned to her husband Geoff how easy it was to weigh babies on electronic scales.
20Electric fencing, weighing and EID and water supply play critical roles in high performing cattle farms.
23Whether farming for venison, velvet or stud breeding, permanent and portable electric fencing systems have a significant positive impact on supporting feed management programmes.
45TSi used to save signficant time and improve accuracy dramatically on 3,000 acre Wagyu-Angus cross operation.
47Being able to weigh 500 cattle in three hours is a major advantage of the TSi Livestock Manager for Phil Redding.
50Strict selection criteria for weight, fleece, worm resistance and carcase analysis are part and parcel of the ongoing success of this high performing farm.
52Intuitive, faster TSi2 increases productivity, ensures data integrity
57Gallagher's WEID gear is rugged, but it's brilliant simplicity makes it very user friendly.
79The Process of using Electronic Identification to Identify Commercially Productive Sheep