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JMC launches RFID for stray animals
8/28/2018 9:35:12 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 28: Jammu Municipal Corporation today launched RFID (Radio Frequency Identification device) tagging system for Stray and dairy cattle in JMC limits.
The action was initiated as per the directions of High Court. Arvind Kotwal (KAS) Commissioner, JMC and Pardeep Singh Manhas (KAS) Joint Commissioner (A), JMC were present on the occasion.
Rahul Sarkar, Manager, ID. Tech Solution Pvt. Ltd. has briefly explained the benefits of RFID tagging system. He gave practically demonstration on RFID tagging to stray cattle.
This RFID is injected under the skin of the cattle and with the help of Reader the identification of cattle is known. Through this system JMC manage the menace of stray cattle on road and can prevent the theft of animals and smuggling of the animals.
By this RFID system we reduce the labour cost by accurate traceability of the animals. This system can accurately provide the information about the vaccination and other medicines given to the animals by keeping the record in software and this system can manage the cruelty to animals. It will also gave the benefits to the dairies by linking RFID data with other records body weight, genetics, body condition of the animals.. RFID tag is mandatory for registration of the Dairy units in JMC limits.
JMC also launched the Vermicompost Unit at JMC Cattle Pound Dogra Hall. Dr. Zaffar Iqbal (MVO), JMC explained the benefits of Vermi compost with observations that the stray cattle cow dung will not discard in drains and in this way the Cow dung is converted into Resource. Commissioner, JMC has appreciated the Vermi compost concept and passed on spot directions to MVO to replicate this concept into Dairy units. Further both the officers implanted the trees at JMC Cattle Pound to maintain beauty and keep Clean and Green environment in the Cattle Pound.
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