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Butcher Cows & Bulls Sell @ 9:00 AM
Feeder Cattle sell @ 12:00 noon
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OTTAWA, May 28, 2010: Effective July 1st, 2010, all cattle must be tagged with an approved Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag prior to moving from their current location or leaving their farm of origin. These tags will replace the bar-coded dangle tags.
Bar-coded dangle tags have not been available for purchase since 2006 and any existing inventory cannot be applied to animals after July 1, 2010.
Producers should not remove existing bar-coded tags; they should leave the bar-coded tag on the ear and apply a RFID tag to the same animal.
- Producers must cross-reference the new RFID tag with the existing bar-coded dangle tag in the Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS) to retain the tag data.
- Cross-referencing the data will mean that all of the events uploaded by the producer against the tag and the history of the animal will be maintained.
If producers need assistance to cross-reference the tags, they can call the Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) at 1-877-909-BEEF (2333).