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What is RFID?

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RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification Device, and refers to a small electronic chip and antennae used to identify and track objects. RFID uses radio waves to read and capture identifying numerical data stored on a tag, which is attached to an object. Identification tags are commonly used on household pets, livestock, clothing, and even automobiles.

Benefits of RFID on Livestock

RFID is safe to use on animals and increasingly popular for tracking livestock. Additional benefits of using RFID on livestock is that it provides proof of origin, amongst others.

Contact Sagebrush Tags to learn more about how RFID can protect your livestock investments.