Veterinarians and government agencies have long needed a more streamlined method with which to track and monitor livestock. The process of providing a certificate of veterinary inspection has been simplified, now making the traceability of your animals easier and safer.

How It Works

Gone are the days of having to keep track of paper certificates and the many ways information can be lost. Your livestock can be tracked regardless of weather conditions. Information can be retrieved from an ear tag with the aid of an RFID reader. Completion of the certificate can be done back at your office on your computer. Easy-to-read information can then be transferred back and forth electronically whenever necessary.

Why This is a Positive Move

This step to improve the certificate of veterinary inspection documentation is for more than ease of relaying information to vets, USDA and other government agencies. Location tracking with the eCVI can help officials quickly contain the spread of illness in livestock by identifying where they are and which herds are affected. The eCVI notifies within seconds the species of animal, address, veterinarian’s phone number, how many head of cattle are in the herd and other specifics needed to pin down the disease.

Veterinarians Benefit from eCVI

The eCVI focuses on needs of vets and how it can make their life easier caring for livestock. The need to keep paper copies of every certificate is no longer a concern. They can move more quickly through the herd updating health records and treating the animals and will ultimately lead to a healthier public.