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“Proposals to Expedite Implementation of a National Animal Identification System”: 

'Proposals to Expedite Implementation of a National Animal Identification System' Mr. Dan Meihak, FAIR, Holstein USA Mr. Mike John, NCBA Mr. Jay Mattison, NDHIA Mr. Niels Fogt, Digital Angel Mr. Neil Hammerschmidt, USDA General Session III

National FAIR & Holstein Association USA, Inc.: 

National FAIR andamp; Holstein Association USA, Inc. Dan Meihak National FAIR Team Holstein Association USA, Inc.

National FAIR & Holstein Association USA, Inc.: 

Pilot project established in 1999 as a public/private partnership between Holstein Association and USDA/APHIS/VS Mission: Identify and track animal movements from birth to slaughter within 48 hours National FAIR andamp; Holstein Association USA, Inc.

National FAIR & Holstein Association USA, Inc.: 

Comprehensive animal identification tracking database To date, 2.3 million animals enrolled on 13,000 dairy and beef operations in 48 states Electronic RFID readers in over 30 markets and processing plants Working today, proven effective National FAIR andamp; Holstein Association USA, Inc.

National FAIR & Holstein Association USA, Inc.: 

Private initiatives through joint cooperation that provide opportunities and incentives for producers that ID their cattle Michigan – a 'model' example McDonald’s Producers in CA can receive a premium and an 'IN' to their market if they RFID their cattle National FAIR andamp; Holstein Association USA, Inc.

National FAIR & Holstein Association USA, Inc.: 

To date, we have returned $100,000 in premiums back to the producers for providing traceable beef Conclusion: Opportunities are there to move faster. Take advantage of them, but we need to maintain focus on animal health,too National FAIR andamp; Holstein Association USA, Inc.

Mike John: 

Mike John President-Elect National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

Leading By Service : 

Leading By Service The grassroots producers of NCBA charted a course. The directions and path were simple and straight-forward: National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

Animal Industry Consortium:: 

Animal Industry Consortium: NCBA should act as a catalyst to form: a Non-Profit Consortium of species representatives to operate the National Animal Movement Database. Once the Consortium is formed NCBA MUST hand the reins over to that group. National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

The Direction:: 

The Direction: A Database of Animal Movement For Disease Surveillance National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

The Path:: 

The Path: A Non-Profit Animal Industry Consortium Thank You National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

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Jay Mattison CEO and Administrator, NDHIA National Dairy Herd Improvement Association Dairy – Ready Let’s GO!

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National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

September 26, 1905: 

Newaygo County Cow Testing Association founded in Michigan Monthly testing Producer funded Support from Land Grants and USDA September 26, 1905 National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

September 28, 2005: 

Monthly milk weights and component sampling on dairy farms Highly automated milking parlor systems Quality Certification system with audits of service providers, labs, equipment and data processing to ensure standards are met and maintained Dairy is cooperating to lead the way…. September 28, 2005 National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

1935: 

1935 National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

Steps Forward: 

‘ Key Points’ Develop Business Rules or Plans for: Access by animal health officials Resources to insure flow of commerce Confidentiality Quality and Standards developed Cost effective Steps Forward National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

Let’s GO!: 

‘Solution’ 'Look at what is happening in our own backyard (USA) then work to make things happen' Let’s GO! National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

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‘Do something now rather than later’ REGISTER PREMISES! Let’s GO! National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

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‘Do something now rather than later’ ID device standards Reader standards Let’s GO! National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

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‘Do something now rather than later’ Consortium of dairy groups will be announcing in the next few days an opportunity to move forward….. With Premises Registration and AIN ID device deployment….. Let’s GO! National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

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‘Do something now rather than later’ Stay tuned for….. IDairy Let’s GO! National Dairy Herd Improvement Association

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Niels Fogt Director of Sales and Marketing, Livestock and Equine RFID Products Digital Angel

RFID TAG ALLOCATIONSYSTEM: 

RFID TAG ALLOCATION SYSTEM Contributors: IMI Global, Platte City, MO Temple Tag, Temple, TX Digital Angel

How Many Different Ways Can Products Get to Producers?: 

How Many Different Ways Can Products Get to Producers? Direct from Manufacturers Specialized Distribution Channels Veterinarians Farm Supply Dealers Mail Catalog Sales Internet Government Programs Digital Angel

The Challenge: 

The Challenge How can we assist established agricultural distribution partners andamp; resellers to move a unique number to the livestock producer in an orderly manner? Producer Bag of tags Factory Digital Angel

Web Hosted Inventory and Logistic Tool: 

Web Hosted Inventory and Logistic Tool Manufacturer Inventory Distributor Inventory Satellite Warehouse Inventory Reseller Inventory Producer Confidential customer profiles Password access by customers Inventory is identified by case number, bag number, and RFID number Inventory to customer segments can be moved by package size or individual RFID number Digital Angel

So Then What?: 

So Then What? The association of the unique animal identification numbers to a producer can be: Printed and filed in a paper format by the producer Stored in an electronic file format by the producer Moved to a private or public database Digital Angel

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USDA, APHIS, VS Neil Hammerschmidt Coordinator, National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

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USDA, APHIS, VS Neil Hammerschmidt Coordinator, National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

“Proposals to Expedite Implementation of a National Animal Identification System”: 

'Proposals to Expedite Implementation of a National Animal Identification System' General Session III

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