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The National Cattleman's Beef Association convention offers what may be the premier trade show associated with the cattle industry. One of the things that really caught my attention was the number of companies offering various means of cattle identification and information management.
Today, there are many sites on the Internet that will provide you with much needed information. To help you use this technology, I have listed a few of my favorite web sites below and a brief description of each.
There is probably not a question as to if the United States will have a national identification system, but more of a question of when and how a national identification system will be implemented.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that a national animal identification system is coming in the near future. There are several issues to think about related to a national ID system.
A digital camera and access to the Internet is a powerful combination to address agricultural challenges.
The Internet is a tremendous source of information about nearly anything this is a review of some of the Foundation's, and others', best sites.
The Noble Research Institute's free listing service for cattle and cattle-related services has a new look and a new category hay for sale.
Cow numbers peaked or were near their peak in 1975. Since that time, they have had an average annual decline of about 1 percent and a total decline of about 26 percent, but beef production (pounds on the market) has remained about the same. How has this happened?