Cattle Equipment Articles

  • Animal Husbandry2019

      RFID product has been prevalent in animal husbandry for RFID animal tracking such as rfid cattle tracking and quantity management.   STAR TREND provides the RFID animal ear tags available in LF (125KHz), HF (13.56MHz) or UHF (860MHz ...

  • Animal Husbandry

      RFID tracking solutions have been prevalent in animal husbandry for animal tracking and quantity management.   STAR TREND provides the rfid cattle tags available in LF (125KHz), HF (13.56MHz) or UHF (860MHz ~960MHz) frequency options. The RFID ear tags are designed for tracking large animals as ...

  • Success Story: Van Roey & Zonen, Belgium - Case Study

    Van Roey & Zonen is a family business specialising in the sorting and packing of potatoes and onions. The company has a particular focus on tasty Bintjes and waxy potatoes.  High quality is very important to the Van Roey family. That’s why they collect their potatoes directly from the farm and manage their own crate storage. This enables them to keep a close eye on the ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • Performance of a dispersion model to estimate methane loss from cattle in pens

    Received for publication December 29, 2008. Accurate measurements of enteric methane (CH4) emissions from cattle (Bos taurus) are necessary to improve emission coefficients used in national emissions inventories, and to evaluate mitigation strategies. Our study was conducted to evaluate a novel approach that allowed near continuous CH4 measurement from beef cattle confined in pens. The backward ...

  • Performance of a dispersion model to estimate methane loss from cattle in pens

    Received for publication December 29, 2008. Accurate measurements of enteric methane (CH4) emissions from cattle (Bos taurus) are necessary to improve emission coefficients used in national emissions inventories, and to evaluate mitigation strategies. Our study was conducted to evaluate a novel approach that allowed near continuous CH4 measurement from beef cattle confined in pens. The backward ...

  • Nutrient accumulation below cattle feedlot pens in Kansas

    Received for publication April 30, 2008. Waste excreted on cattle (Bos taurus) feedlot pens is a source of N and other nutrients that could potentially leach into soil and negatively impact local groundwater quality. Analyses of soil chemical and physical properties beneath active open air feedlot pens were conducted at four Kansas locations to determine nutrient accumulation. Results were ...

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