Have you heard about animal identification (ID)? Animal Identification (Animal Identification / ID) is a method for raising livestock individually or groups of livestock so that they can be tracked easily.
There was a time when animal IDs were used to indicate ownership and prevent theft. The use of ear tags is carried out by farmers to identify each animal in the herd.
Even during the sale and transportation of farm animals, the use of ear tags is important. This usually helps farmers to identify which animals are being sold or transported to other farms.
Now the way for tracking animals have changed. This is in response to issues of food safety and animal health. Even now the use of smart sensors is done on farms to track cow activity such as health, and other important behaviours.
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It even helps in health monitoring to separate and care for sick cows. The herd can be found and tracked by this method. The sensor detects mastitis early to reduce the risk of milk loss.
The use of Saber Draft is also carried out on most farms today. This is an automatic compilation unit. This helps you compile concepts automatically in the milking business.