Animal Electronic Identification (EID)
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.
Bull leasing farmer puts EID technology to good useRead more
Traceability schemes ensure the maintanence of food safety standards for end consumers of the meat or milk product.
As such they are vitally important to protect the national food production industries ongoing success.
Read more to understand what basic compliance means and how to extract more profit from the farm as result of fulfilling the obligations.Read more
Learn more about Animal Electronic Identification (EID)
Follow how Gallagher's weighing and EID systems are making deer farming easier and more efficient at Peel Forest Estate.Read more
Leading Angus breeder places accurate stock identification at the heart of the operationRead more
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Wairarapa farmer James Beech is glad he didn’t take any half measures when it came to EID technology.Read more
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