Cow-Calf Producer Perceptions Regarding Individual Animal Traceability
This study provides valuable insights into cow-calf producer voluntary participation in the National Animal Identification System and producersâ€™ perceptions of several issues critically impacting the success of voluntary traceability systems. Cow-calf producers believe that the most important issues to the U.S. beef industry in designing a national, individual animal traceability system are monitoring/managing disease, maintaining current foreign markets, accessing foreign markets, and increasing consumer confidence. Furthermore, producers are concerned with cost, liability, reliability of technology, failure of system to meet stated goals, and confidentiality of information associated with these systems.
Volume (Year): 42 (2010)
Issue (Month): 04 (November)
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