All-Weather Ear Tag marker has specially formulated inks to last on all brands and styles of polyurethane plastic ear tags without fading from UV light and harsh weather conditions. The ink is designed to actually penetrate and bind with the plastic ear tag to provide the longest lasting marks possible. Packaged in a valve-actuated metal pen will ...
TYPE: dual organophosphate. CONTROLS: horn flies, biting lice, sucking lice, Gulf Coast ticks, spinose ear ticks. AIDS IN CONTROL: face flies, stable flies, house flies. These tags are applied with the Ultra Tagger Plus Applicator.
TYPE: synergized macrocyclic lactone. CONTROLS: horn flies, Gulf Coast ticks, spinose ear ticks. AIDS IN CONTROL: American dog ticks, cattle fever ticks, lone star ticks and reduces face flies. These tags are applied with the Ultra Tagger Plus Applicator.
The new Z2 No-Tear-Tagger features a revolutionary dual-action kick-back jaw that automatically retracts once the tag is inserted. Together with a handy flip-out pin, the Z2 No-Tear-Tagger™ virtually eliminates ripped and torn ears.
Our neck extender option is an excellent choice for cattlemen who desire stability for implants, ear tagging, and neck shots. Extra bars are added onto the front of our automatic reset head gate as seen in the picture below.
The Global Super Maxi Female is our largest cattle tag. It is outstanding for long distance reading in the paddock and the long neck means you can read the panel in even in hairy-eared cattle. With a large surface area for marking; the Global Super Maxi Female is the biggest visual tag on the market.
The robust Wide Lane Reader is designed for automatic sheep identification in high throughput applications such as livestock markets, sheep traders, finishers and abattoirs. It has multiple readers and antennas to read transponders in all orientations, and reads ISO 11784/11785 HDX and FDX-B ear tags and boluses.
ISO Self-tuning Dual Mode reader is available with flat panel antenna and can be mounted in alleyway so animal’s RFID device can be read as the animal passes. The number can be transmitted to computer, weight scale, or sort gate. Reader reads ISO compliant fdx and hdx devices, including EID ear tags, rumen bolus and microchips. Self Tuning ...