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Proposal for livestock!

Chipping (electronic tagging) of farm animals is the modern technology of electronic identification. Different methods of tagging animals for many years used in practice have proved that the identification of animals is necessary.However, only chipping meets all the requirements - the impossibility of tampering, guaranteed saving identity number for the entire life of the animal, the impossibility of loss and fraud numbers, almost complete absence of pain and speed when performing the procedure.

Chipping allows breeders to obtain savings, which is:

• The lack of need for re-identification (for example, in the case of an ear tag)

• Exclusion of errors in the individual approach - medication, feeding, etc.

• Inability to spoofing and theft of animals.

Moreover, the method of subcutaneous implantation of microchips used in all kinds of animals, cattle, sheep, pigs, deer, fish, or any other.

Chipping allows farmers to carry out 100% record of livestock, especially in the case of pedigree animals, and clearly monitor the health of the herd. Electronic tagging of animals in agriculture provides an individual approach to each animal in the herd. Recognizing animals, identified by microarray, we can effectively and quickly to select patients in need of treatment, consider the weight and productivity enable individualized diet and treatment, to ensure thoroughbred breeding.

For farm animals, there are several possibilities:

Microchip in capsule of the biocompatible glass is different from a microchip smaller size only the inductor value that increases the distance reading. Compare: if a microchip for pets is reading distance, depending on the type of scanner, 12-20 cm, then for a microchip for farm animalsup to 45 cm. The principle of introducing a microchip in the body of agricultural animals is similar to the principle for pets. This method is used to identify cattle and small ruminants (sheep, goats) and pigs: a microchip is introduced either in the base of the ear (pigs, sheep, and goats), or a shield-shaped cartilage inside the ear (cattle) or in the abdominal cavity (pigs.)

"Bolus is a microchip enclosed in a ceramic capsule. At the same bolus with implant device is placed in the stomach of an animal - a grid. This method is suitable for cattle and sheep and goats.

Scanners chip specifically designed to work with farm animals are equipped with extension rod antenna, and easy to work, both in the stall and on pasture.Collected their data quickly and easily transferred from the scanner into the computer.

Driving cattle through a gate, equipped with stationary scanners, can be transmitted into a computer database management microchip number to track the number of animals, places of their content, weight and other information.Computer-controlled electric gate will automatically send the right animal for special, individual routes, forming groups for treatment, vaccination, slaughter.
Connecting the scanner to the computer automates the management of animal health records in electronic form, facilitates and organizes records in veterinary medicine.
Advanced slaughterhouse equipped with scanners that use microchips for individual control over each carcass during its processing, which provides an individual account of the economic and veterinary quality control before sending it to stores. It becomes possible to trace the entire path of the goods from a chop to the farm and provide a complete sanitary control.

For tagging of cattle ear tags are often used, containing a microchip. On such label is written the number used for quick visual identification. This method is most simple and obvious, but sometimes the tags are torn off and lost.Implantable microchips under the skin are guaranteed against accidental loss of animals and provide, among other things, proof of ownership of the owner in case of stolen animal.

Chipping technology for several years has been used successfully in Russia. In Kazakhstan, livestock identification rules are developed in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of July 10, 2002 "About veterinary medicine" and determine the procedure for the identification of farm animals. Under the Regulations, all livestock must be identified assigning an individual number bytag, chipping, branding to include information about the animal in the database.

In order to apply in your sector advanced technology for identification, you will need to contact us and get all the information about the equipment that you need to work with. In the case of acquisition our microchips, the data on your animals will be placed in our database for free.

To work with us and receive discounts in our store, you will need to register in our database of veterinarians.

Stockbreeders are welcome to actively use microchips in practice!

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