Rugged Hand Held PC
These Field Rugged Hand Held PCs make data traceability possible in the most extreme conditions.
Tags and Readers
Choose from our wide variety of electronic RFID tags, UHF RFID tags and their associated readers.
EID Cattle Software
Our adaptable software can fit into any high speed chute side data collection operation. Experience no hold ups while each animal is recorded with identification and information on every aspect of their health and profitability. Calculate average daily gains and the cost of feed for the days on feed while recording vaccinations, body conditions, breed, sex and lineage at the press of a button. All these attributes and any others you can think to add can be organized into an easy to read spreadsheet as quick as you can scan an ear. Comes with initial setup, training and a year of customer support with a Fort Supply representative.
Our Scales work quickly and effortlessly to provide you with the information you need as soon as an animal steps on the scale. Each scale can be connected to a hand held PC through a cable or through a wireless Bluetooth connection. All scales are accurate, quick and easy to use. Each purchase includes help with setup and training from a Fort Supply representative.
“As spring came the unit was put to work one day during a snowstorm scanning calves as we were working them. The unit was sitting in a ½ inch of water and never quit working the whole time we worked those calves. The screen would get covered with snow and I just wiped it off and continued with my data entry….”
“The FaST EID system worked very well as I was able to scan the tags and print a label out (actually 2 labels) before the carcass got to the station where the carcass tags were put on. I was actually able to get within 2 head on the label station and still do everything that was necessary and get the labels printed in time for them to be placed on the carcasses. This was done at a chain speed of 420 head per hour. It took us less than 10 minutes to do the 60 head of stock show animals….”