As cattle rustling increases, so does the need for RFID
To most people, cattle rustling is a crime that happens only in old movies. But to cattlemen and ranchers in the United States, it always has been part of real life. With an enduring economic recession and cattle going for about $1,000 a head, rustling has experienced a renaissance. From Arkansas to Missouri to Oklahoma to Oregon, rustling is on the increase and the criminals involved are rarely caught. Brands can be manipulated, and back roads are poorly patrolled by law enforcement. One possible deterrent is tagging.
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