The important role of RFID technology in animal management
RFID technology in animal management
The continuous outbreak of animal epidemics around the world has further highlighted the important role of RFID technology in animal management. Animal epidemics around the world continue to erupt, Large-scale outbreaks such as swine fever, avian flu and COVID-19, This not only severely damaged the animal husbandry in the world, especially in Europe, but also seriously affected or even threatened human health and life safety. As a result, it has attracted great attention from countries all over the world, especially European countries, governments quickly formulate policies and take corresponding measures.
Countries in the world have strengthened animal management in animal husbandry and commerce.Among them, the identification and tracking of animals has become one of the major measures adopted by various countries.
The identification and tracking of various animals, can strengthen the control and supervision of foreign animal diseases, protect the safety of native species and ensure the safety of international trade of livestock products, it can strengthen the government's management of animal inoculation and disease prevention, improve the ability to diagnose and report animal diseases, and respond to animal epidemics at home and abroad.
Currently, widely used animal identification methods include: ear tags, back tags, necklaces, tail tags, tattoos and leg tags, etc.The RFID system can track the feeding, epidemic prevention, slaughter and sales of livestock in a complex multi-step supply network, and is an efficient supply chain management solution.
RFID solutions can simplify livestock breeding management, epidemic prevention management, and timely understand and prevent large-scale outbreaks.It can not only bring benefits to herders and reduce losses, but also facilitate government departments to monitor the entire process of animal husbandry and epidemic prevention to ensure the quality of meat products entering the market.