Farmers are invited to find out more about a new electronic identificaton (EID) system to track and monitor cattle at a series of events starting next week.
Beef producers are being told to prepare for the introduction of mandatory electronic identification (EID) tags for new-born calves from summer 2021.
Farmers and crofters in the north and north-east are invited to share their views on a new electronic identificaton (EID) system to track and monitor cattle.
Scottish farmers and crofters will soon wave goodbye to paper passports for cattle once a new electronic identification (EID) system, tracking cattle throughout their entire life, comes into force.
Cattle passports could soon become a thing of the past with the advent of electronic identification (EID) technology.
Changes to the way framers and crofters report and record cattle movements between linked holdings come into force tomorrow.
Farmers and crofters who use linked holdings will start receiving letters this weekend outlining changes to how cattle movements must be recorded.