DALLAS, Texas, August 22, 2022 (SEND2PRESS INFORMATION) — Dallas, Texas-based FeverTags® LLC is partnering with Digi International to introduce a new connected data tag that detects disease in cattle before it spreads to the herd.

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“This is a second-generation tag that we developed to help detect bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in cattle,” explains FeverTags CEO John Greer. “BRD primarily affects feedlot cattle and can spread rapidly if not detected and treated early.”

The new connected data tag collects and records animal data such as health, treatment, identification, location and chain of ownership, providing the Cattle Passport®.

“The new cloud-connected tag allows users to control temperature thresholds, duration, notifications and data sharing,” says Greer. “This allows feedlots to monitor and report cattle temperature data in real-time, providing early disease detection long before visual symptoms are observed.”

FeverTags® has six issued patents in multiple countries, as well as multiple trademarks, and is the only non-interfering real-time cattle temperature measurement device. Tags have logged billions of data points in real-world use.

“Monitoring health status and response to treatment is critical to the future health of cattle,” Greer continues. “Using a connected data tag, you can isolate sick animals from the herd early enough to prevent disease from spreading, dramatically reducing death losses and ensuring that antibiotic use is reduced or even eliminated.”

  • Real-time temperature monitoring in seamless condition
  • Notification of sick animals sent to various approved stakeholders
  • The animal is easily recognized by the flashing light on the tag
  • Tag continues to follow up after treatment to assess the effectiveness of treatment
  • A treatment protocol can be entered and tracked
  • Instant and measurable economic return from using tags

For more information, email John Greer at jgreer@fevertags.com or visit https://fevertags.com/.


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