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RFID in Livestock

Dairy Cattle & Milk Production involves thousands of dairy cattle spread throughout the dairy farms. Dairy farmers see an average of sixty cows per dairy farm, producing thirty liters of milk per cow over the course of two daily milking. The work of a dairy farmer is tough and involves taking care of the animals and their farm – ensuring that any minor health issues are dealt with, as well as ensuring that there’s complete adherence to stringent government regulations.

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The Solutions of RFID in Livestock:

SKU TECHNOLOGIES RFID solutions for Dairy Cattle & Milk Production assist dairy farmers in tackling the common challenges that they face every day including:

RFID in Livestock Management

• Ensuring that farm equipment is kept maintained and fully functional at all times
• Monitoring cropping and feeding, waste management, and milking schedules more efficiently
• Managing the health and nutrition of your cattle to give you the peace of mind that your milk yields will be adequate
• Ensuring that your employees are scheduled appropriately and efficiently performing designated daily tasks.

Our RFID solutions help to automate milk production processes to ensure the efficient operation of your dairy farm through being able to manage time more effectively, better oversight over the health and nutrition of your cows, and more in-depth asset management than ever before. This ensures that milk yields meet expectations and operations are profitable.

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Healthy Cattle that Meet Your Expectations

We understand that your cow’s ability to live a healthy life, produce milk, and have calves that can become the next generation of the farm is important. The SKU TECHNOLOGIES RFID Asset Tracking System can assist in managing herd health, thereby ensuring a better environment for reproduction and calf care.

Time Management

Every dairy farm may be different in terms of the producer’s wishes, resource requirements, and market needs but one thing’s for certain – time matters. Time management has never been as important in ensuring that you are able to adequately attend to all aspects of your farm. The SKU TECHNOLOGIES RFID Personnel Tracking System will assist in improving time management; from monitoring employee productivity to automating tasks that would otherwise require costly manual labor.

Dairy Cow Identification and Monitoring

Traditionally it’s been bar code technology that has been used to monitor items, however, studies have shown that RFID Animal Tags prove to be a better solution in the dairy cow milking and feeding process automation. The SKU TECHNOLOGIES RFID System for Dairy Cattle & Milk Production Services, when implemented, can result in better production results through the utilization of surveillance technologies that will assist you.
Our team of professionals will use our hardware and system integration expertise to integrate the SKU TECHNOLOGIES RFID Solution with your IT architecture. The result is a RFID solution that is seamlessly unified with your agriculture management system.

RFID in Animal Identification:

The concept of animal tagging is nothing new. In early days, the various cattle farms and ranches used methods like branding irons, to label the name or symbol of the ranch to which an animal belonged. A red hot branding iron, having the proprietary mark of the farmer or rancher, was used on the poor animal to etch out a mark on its hide.

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Thus if the animals grazed in a common area, the Cowboys or shepherds could identify their animals because of the branding or tagging.

Difficulties of the Old System:

There were obvious disadvantages to this system, one of them being that it was a painful process for the animal itself. After branding, the actual identification of the animals was done manually. The only advantage was, that there was little room for the difference with another animal owner or ranch owner about the correct ownership of an individual animal.

RFID in Present Situation:

Marking offered approach to physical plastic labels mounted on the creatures in openings made in their ears mainly for this reason, Though! differentiating proof was as yet done manually. This was the circumstance for cows and other monetarily raised creatures and there was no framework however for pets too. Therefore, pet proprietors dependably had issues when it came to recognizing lost pets.

Normally they needed to depend on some skin pigmentation or the creature’s reaction to a name when gotten out, or the creatures loving response to the proprietor—an exceptionally subjective method for recognizable proof indeed. With the coming of RFID innovation, the plastic stupid labels started to be supplanted with RFID labels.

They were as yet mounted in a similar manner, however now there were a few more points of interest. The first was that the labels were perused effortlessly from a separation, with a hand held per consumer. The stickers themselves were only a number,

The stickers themselves were only a number, however, this number indicated a lot of information in a remote database which contained other data about the individual like age, immunization and solution best ever.

This made record keeping simple and effective without turning into an agony for the farm proprietor. It additionally fulfilled developing pre requisites about traceability and nourishment security, particularly after the frantic bovine infection and comparable alarms.

RFID Solution Of Animal Identification

Injectable RFID labels are currently open. They are infused to stay under the skin of the creature while conveyed through a particular syringe, their plus point is that they are less piercing likewise there is no outside distinguishing proof stamp for a noxious individual to know where the tag is put in keeping in mind the end objective to evacuate it or adjust it. The RFID chip inside the tag is by and large ‘Perused Only” so information once documented can’t be altered.

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Injectable RFID marking framework is being consumed for pets today. Your pet feline or pooch can without much of an expense be infused by this sort of syringe which installs a RFID tag under its skin. The labels have no reactions and have an expected existence of 25 years, which is more than the life expectancy of the pet. The span of the pet is not a thought since the label itself is little, most likely about the measure of a rice grain. Henceforth these labels can be infused into any pet, huge or little, a mouse or an elephant. Since it is infused under the skin, there is no plausibility of the tag getting filthy, harmed or lost.

A tag is embedded through a Single Use Disposable syringe (SUDS) into the creature and it stays under the skin of the creature. A creature can be infused the first occasion when it is conveyed to the vet for immunization. There is no other system required all through its lifetime, other than filtering by a remote per user. The quantity of the RFID tag is interesting and can’t be modified on the grounds that there are around a trillion of numbers are accessible, so there is no danger of duplication. At the point when a creature is to be filtered, it is either brought close to a settled RFID per user/scanner or just a versatile wand (having a little/user inside) is utilized to clear the space close to the creature and the tag is perused. The per user is connected (by methods for wired or remote associations) to a remote database which corresponds the surprising RFID label number on the creature with other data on the living being.

These other information fields may contain data about :

  • Date of birth
  • Last immunization was done 

Compensations:

  • Was not excruciating to the living being.
  • Obvious just to a RFID/user.
  • One of a kind integer for each tag and each creature, so no reduplication, blunder of disarray.
  • Fluently keep up electronic records of inoculation and drug, safety check-ups.
  • Gives review trail traceability to nourishment well-being in the event of dairy cattle.
  • If there should be a manifestation of pets, gives a trick evidence ID framework on the off chance that the pet is lost or stolen.