ScotEID - Scottish EID Livestock Traceability Research

ScotEID works closely with the Scottish livestock sector & Scottish Government to design, develop and deliver solutions to ensure robust traceability and minimise legislative difficulties.
Scottish sheep, pig & cattle keepers can register with ScotEID in order to meet or minimise current legislative requirements.

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16/02/2017: ScotMoves launch and early statistics

ScotMoves was successfully launched on the 1st January with full help-desk support. Over 2,600 cattle keepers have since registered their main holdings along with the additional holdings they are using to keep cattle. Since going live, ScotMoves have recorded over 70,000 cattle movements between within-business holdings and the number of movements is currently around 10,000 per week. This number is expected to rise significantly in the spring time when cattle begin moving out of their winter accommodation. The new system is a success in terms of knowing centrally where all Scottish cattle currently are, which will aid disease control, disease eradication and public health.

28/12/2016: ScotMoves Registration

If you currently have cattle on linked holdings (or will have on the 1st January 2017) and you have not yet returned your ScotMoves Application Form, you must do so immediately. If you did not receive a form from ScotEID, please click on the link to download a form, then complete and post, fax, or scan and email back to ScotEID. ScotMoves will be available online from the 1st January to those that have registered.

ScotEID will be open on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of January 2017.

12/12/2016: BES tagging update

Tissue tagging lists are now available from on the ‘tagging’ tab on BES. If there is no tab available, then for the period 1st Jan to 1st Jun 2016, none of your calves have been selected for the genotyping tissue tags. If you require more information, please contact RPID on 0300 300 2222 or BESMailbox@gov.scot.

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