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.

News & Information

13/12/2017: EID lamb carcass feedback survey currently down

Quality Meat Scotland has asked SAOS and ScotEID to gauge interest amongst Scottish sheep producers in receiving abattoir feedback on their individual, known animals. For example, with respect to carcass grade, weight and price.

To help identify the potential to expand EID-facilitated lamb reporting by Scottish abattoirs, we are
interested in views across the sheep industry (including pedigree, finisher and breeding flocks) regarding the benefits of and barriers to uptake. Some of you may receive a direct request by email,
but to help us understand reasons for seeking or not seeking EID-facilitated feedback, all sheep
farmers are invited to please complete the survey available here:
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/V592JNJ (N.B. If you have not completed the mandatory sheep and goat inventory (see below) then we would advise you do so first.)

29/11/2017: Sheep and goat Inventory and December Survey

All sheep & goat keepers should have received an Inventory or Survey either by email or in the post, please complete, as soon as possible. The best way to do this is online. The link and password are in your email or printed on your form. If you are a sheep or goat keeper but haven’t received a form, please check your emails. Otherwise please contact the Scottish Government at 0300 244 9725 (ScotEID cannot issue the emails, forms or passwords).
More information is available at www.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Agriculture-Fisheries/Publications...

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