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Electronic logging mandate frustrates area truckers Lier hauls grain, livestock and feed supplements, which means he qualifies for the waiver and hasn't yet installed a logging device. If the waiver expires without modifications to the current rule, he said he'll be forced to cut back from hauling in [...]
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Trucking mandate may cost North Dakota livestock producers A federal mandate requiring many motor carriers to install electronic logging devices could cost be costly to North Dakota's cattle industry. Warren Zenker, who runs a cattle feeding operation near Elgin, told the Bismarck Tribune that electronic [...]
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Modern-day cattle rustling The Sheriff's investigation of Greer spawned a parallel criminal investigation by the U.S. Forest Service which is handling the investigation of the cattle Greer sent to Wyoming. Greer was doing business through a multitude of financial institutions [...]
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NIAA/USAHA Issue White Paper on Traceability Challenges for further improvements in the system include moving from reliance of visual tags to electronic radio-frequency identification (RFID), expanding the rule beyond interstate movement and expanding the rule to include feeder cattle. For cattle [...]
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The Angus-cross cow, which is six months pregnant and due to calve in a few months, clambered up on land at Pimlico, near Ballina at the mouth of the Richmond River, on Sunday morning, much to the surprise of landholders. "Most of the way it is all mangroves she wouldn't be able to get out of. ". The couple called a neighbour and built a temporary yard for the cow they have called Debbie. "We called her Debbie because of Debbie the cyclone, and because of all the debris floating down the river," Mr Stead said. Ear tag helps find owner The cow's electronic identification tag was not working, but she did have a yellow ear tag that helped start the hunt for her home.
For about as long as humans have raised cattle, they have dealt with the complex group of disease issues we now call bovine respiratory disease (BRD). The modern beef industry has come a long way in understanding the array of pathogens, along with the list of environmental and genetic factors associated with the disease, and in developing vaccines, treatments and management practices to combat it, but as several presenters at the recent 2014 BRD Symposium pointed out, we can and must do...
Ekwueme: Sturdy, stern and steadfast at 85Alien Blue Swift birds spotted in Lagos raises curiosity 20/10/2017 20:11:001Going by happenings around us these days, Nigeria, it would appear, has become some kind of theatre of the absurd. Most people now anxiously stay glued to their electronic devices watching out for the latest episode of the tragicomedy that’s now our daily story lines.Happenings could come in single doses on a very good day, or as a combo of many incidents, often times...
QUICK movers in Australia’s beef industry have latched onto advanced methods of earlier and more precise detection of disease in feedlot cattle and are fast working the science up to commercialisation.Key to what could well be a massive breakthrough in the battle against bovine respiratory disease (BRD), the most common cause of illness and death in cattle in Australian feedlots, is wearable technology.Trials being held in southern Australian feedlots putting to the test a United...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the electronic logging device rule almost two years ago. In its simplest form, an electronic logging device (ELD) is used to electronically record a driver’s Record of Duty Status (RODS). This electronic record is intended to replace paper logbooks some drivers currently use to record their compliance with Hours of Service (HOS) requirements. The mandate ordered trucking fleets to have certified ELDs in their trucks by December...