HerdDogg launches long-range smart tags for livestock

Successful Farming’s Laurie Bedord wrote a terrific story about how HerdDogg’s new tags are helping Chase Lockhart better monitor his livestock.

Chase Lockhart wants his grass-fed cattle to spend as much time as possible in the field, where their food is. Because cattle are spending more time in the field, it also means the Wyoming producer must have a way to effectively monitor each animal. 

One benefit of the tags is that ranchers can be more hands-off with the animals — which is good for the animals and a huge time-saver for operators.

“It’s a game changer for me if I don’t have to round them up for health checks or herd counts. The less you mess with your cattle, the healthier they are,” Lockhart says. “That’s good for both the cattle and the consumer.”

Read the story over at Successful Farming.

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