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Automatic animal identification systems

Automatic animal identification systems

Engineering advances for agriculture and food Proceedings of the 1938-1988 Jubilee Conference of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers Co sponsored by the Fellowship of Engineering, Robinson College, Cambridge, 12-15 September 1988: 159-160

Automatic animal identification systems assist the production of livestock by providing a level of automation to feeding, weighing and other processes requiring identification of individual animals. One such system, based on a radio frequency ear tag, is described. The Eureka Systems type 311 tag (an active transponder), transmits data on a 66 kHz carrier.

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