Livestock ear tags, and livestock tagging in general, play an important role in livestock identification and management. The following are some examples of such roles: livestock gender identification, for example, right ear tags for female livestock and left ear tag for male livestock, livestock age determination using different colors of ear tags, parents’ information and pedigree, and identification of problematic livestock, diseases, treatments, and reproduction, including the identification of biparous and multiparous offspring. This information is determined by what you enter into your livestock management software.
Two-piece tags feature male/female tags. Place the two-piece tag on the special ear tag clamp, mark the animal’s ear, quickly press the clamp, and place the tag on the animal’s ear. Before inserting the animal ear into the clamp, make sure that the male rivet and female hole are lined up so that the clamp can be easily and quickly set up, preventing any injury to the animal ear.
Sheep Eartag feature:
The tag’s unique design ensures that the rivet easily inserts into the animal’s ear and will not come off or break.
The tag is long-lasting and easy to set up thanks to its unique design.
Reduced likelihood of animal ear torn
The unique male rivet improves the tag’s efficiency and reduces the possibility of tearing the animal’s ear
Reduced risk of infection
The male rivet’s distinctive tip makes an exact, fine cut, allowing the animal’s ear to heal quickly.