Ceres Tag is excited to have recently been featured in the beef magazine, Canadian Cattlemen. The article features a Ceres Tag pre-order customer that was in the market for new management decision possibilities.
When they receive their tags, this customer hopes to use the data to create a new market for their beef with a direct line of communication to the consumer.
Ceres Tag have been placed number one in the November 2020 AgJournal: The 10 Biggest Ag Changes in the Next Decade article! We’re very proud of the excitement that our product is generating already.
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The Ceres Tag will be released in Queensland next May, aimed squarely at large outback cattle stations. The Ceres Tag is the world’s only direct-to-satellite smart geo-location eartag, which is effectively a unique animal monitoring sensor, GPS individual stock tracker and locator and global traceability ID tag rolled into one. Costing about $100 each it is no cheap investment, but CEO David Smith says 8000 tags have already been ordered from cattle producers in eight countries including Australia.
Some operators want the tag to reduce helicopter mustering and fuel costs on outback stations by ensuring a clean quick roundup, while other producers like the Cers Tag’s link with the E-Grazor app, offering data feedback on every animal’s pasture feeding efficiency, paddock location, daily movements and even greenhouse gas emissions.
Preventing stock theft, particularly now cattle are worth up to $2500 a head, is another bonus.