Deer Electronic Tag (FDX)


Allflex Electronic (EID) tags are proven and trusted, the FDX is our low-cost electronic tag solution.

Product Details

Allflex FDX Electronic tags are the low-cost EID tag solution. Record, measure, improve livestock performance with Allflex EID tags.

Allflex FDX tags are available as part of a matching Management Set which is paired to the NAIT tag and can be paired to a Tissue Sampling Unit (TSU).

The NAIT scheme is designed to enhance New Zealand’s ability to respond to a biosecurity threat such as a disease outbreak, by providing information on individual animal locations and movements. The NAIT scheme is mandatory in New Zealand for cattle and deer.

Features and benefits

FeaturesBenefits
FDX tag – low cost EID optionProvides options to you as a farmer to ensure that you are adhering to NAIT regulations
Original round tag designProven to provide the best for retention and reliability
The NAIT scheme is mandatory for cattle and deerThe NAIT scheme is designed to enhance New Zealand’s ability to respond to a biosecurity threat such as a disease outbreak, by providing information on individual animal locations and movements
These electronic identification cattle/deer tags have been approved by NAIT and ICARCompliance with the National Identification and Traceability (NAIT) scheme

FDX

EID button product dimensions

Diameter of 29mm (D)

Colour

Nait Deer replacement allflex

Deer Electronic Tag (FDX) is available in orange with black center only

Application

Can be applied using the following Allflex applicators,
UTT3S
Identiplier
EID LazaMatic

Meet the team

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Zanda McDonald Award 2022

For many years Allflex/MSD Animal Health have been a long standing supportor and sponsor of the Zanda McDonald Awards. Now in its ninth year, the coveted award recognises future leaders working in agriculture, and provides an impressive prize package centred around tailored mentoring and education. The six talented finalists – three from Australia and three from New Zealand – have been selected for their passion for the industry, strong leadership skills, and the contributions they’re making to the primary sector. One winner will be chosen from each country. The New Zealand finalists are Harriet Bremner, 33, author and health, safety and wellbeing advocate for Rural New Zealand, and farmer at Jericho Station, Southland; Jacques Reinhardt, 34, Station Manager at Castlepoint Station Wairarapa; and Monica Schwass, 31, Future Farming Manager at The NZ Merino Company, based in Christchurch. The Australian finalists are Charles Vaughan, 29, Queensland Operations Coordinator/Group Veterinarian for Australian Cattle Enterprises and Director of Charles Vaughan Veterinary Services Pty Ltd; Mitch Highett, 33, Founder and Managing Director of farm management company Bullseye Agriculture, from Orange NSW; and Sarah Groat, 34, Development Officer for government Agtech programme “Farms of the Future”, for the Department of Primary Industries, who lives on the family farm near Rankin’s Springs NSW. Want to take your career to the next level, then watch this page Zanda McDonald Award | How to Apply and follow them on Facebook for 2024 season. 2023 Winners will be crowned at the inaugural Zanda McDonald Award Impact Summit in Brisbane on Wednesday 15th March 2023.