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Write the last number of the cow's year of birth on the tag. For example, if the cow was born in 2018, the first number on the tag would be an 8. This allows you to tell how old a cow is by looking at their tag. Write the number the number boldly and clearly on the left side of the tag.
Those are called ear tags, and they're important. Ear tags make it possible for us to identify each calf, heifer, steer, cow and bull and keep accurate records about them. For example, at our farm, ear tags in the calf's left ear mean it's a heifer (girl) and in the right ear means it's a steer (boy).
Cattle ear tag function Ear tags are used to help the livestock producer identify cows, bulls, calves, heifers, and steers and keep a record of their health history and of all the above-mentioned aspects. Such tags are used for other animals as well including sheep, goats, and rabbits.
Those are called ear tags, and they're important. Ear tags make it possible for us to identify each calf, heifer, steer, cow and bull and keep accurate records about them. The entire process is sort of like getting a person getting their ears pierced. Just like earrings for people, it doesn't hurt the calves at all.
Write the last number of the cow's year of birth on the tag. For example, if the cow was born in 2018, the first number on the tag would be an 8. This allows you to tell how old a cow is by looking at their tag. Write the number the number boldly and clearly on the left side of the tag.
When calves are first born (or at least soon after), they get a tag in their ear with the same number their cow has. The white tags mean that the calf is a bull, the yellow tag means that it's a heifer (a female that hasn't had a calf yet). Each year the cows get a different color ear tag.
As far as numbering we use the year the calf was born as the number like this year would be 2 and then the next digits are the same as the cows so if the mother was 614 the calf would be 214. We only use this system for heifers we keep back. When the calves are born they get a tag with the exact same number as the cow.
The three-digit system will handle up to 99 calves in a year or calf crop season. The four- digit system will handle up to 999 calves. Alternatively, the last digit or the last two digits may represent the year, and the first two or three digits would indicate the calf's own number.
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