Y-Tex AA Medium 3* Numbered 1 Side Tag With Button - Tamperproof - USDA 840 Visual
Y-Tex AA Medium 3* Numbered Tag With Button - Tamperproof - USDA 840 Visual
Description of 840 USDA Official Visual Medium Numbered Tag with Button:
Put your management numbers on these Visual 840 ear tags.
Ear tags with the AIN are USDA official tags and are: • Designed for one-time use (tamper evident) • Imprinted with: - AIN (15-digit number starting with 840) - Official Ear tag Shield - Unlawful to Remove - Manufacturer’s Logo or Trademark (printed or impression of) Click here to learn more about 840 Visual tags
Y-TEX All American® 2-piece Ear Tags are made of an advanced polyurethane formulation and are engineered to prevent cracking, remain flexible and provide excellent longevity. The All American ear tag design features a Snap-Lok® collar for superior retention, a longer neck for greater visibility and ultraviolet inhibitors to resist fading. Available as standard or tamper-proof; blank or laser printed.
Y-Tex uses a propriety laser mark called PureLaser. Y-Tex laser mark is 100% laser, (not ink over laser), dark and guaranteed to last the life of the animal.
Key Benefit of 840 USDA Official Visual Medium Numbered 1 Side Tag with Button:
Your number imprinted large and bold on this Official 840 visual ear tag.
Y-Tex medium (3-star) ear tags are excellent for cow and calf use.
Y-Tex Ear tags flexibility provides excellent retention and the male buttons make a very small ear hole and have a longer shaft to provide greater air circulation around the incision, for rapid healing. Sanitary button tip does the piercing to prevent spreading infection between animals. Colors are bright primary shades that provide good contrast to imprinting.
Size: 3star Medium cow calf ear tag: 3-7/8” high x 2-1/2” wide
Apply with Y-Tex UltraTagger® (blue) or UltraTagger® Compact (orange) for 2-Piece Tags
COLOR RANGE- White, Yellow, blue, green, hot pink, Orange, Purple, Red
A premises ID is required when ordering 840 tags.
How to get a Premise ID Number: To obtain a premises ID (PIN), please contact the state animal health authority [Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) Administrator] for your state. A directory can be found at www.aphis.usda.gov/traceability/contact_us/directories.shtml.