Technology in Action
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The History of the Nose Print
In 1922, the nose print of a cow was proven to be as unique to cattle as fingerprints are to people.
This fact is widely accepted by industry.
Although there has been limited commercial applications, it hasn’t been commonly used in almost a 100 years. Wagyu cattle use an ink-and-paper method on registration documentation. An American company uses the same technology for dog noses.
The Economic Value of Animal Identification allows for proven, incorruptible identification, adds enormous value to animals for
Proof of ownership
- If ownership can be proven, an animal has monetary value to the owner
- Animals can be traded
Biosecurity and traceability
- Animals with a registered identity can be traced
Prevention of animal theft
- Animals can be identified if stolen
- Banks will accept animals as collateral
- Animals with a registered identity can be insured
- Identity would be essential to registered animals