Cattle wearing a collar

Researchers at the Technology Access Centre for Livestock Production (TACLP) at Olds College of Agriculture & Technology are evaluating the functionality of the Nofence© collar, an animal-friendly novel virtual fence technology that allows producers to remotely contain and control grazing cattle by using audio cues and electric stimuli from collars instead of physical fences. This could help farmers implement rotational grazing systems easier and more cost effectively

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Nofence Collars: Virtual Fencing System

Cattle wearing a collar

Researchers at the Technology Access Centre for Livestock Production (TACLP) at Olds College of Agriculture & Technology are evaluating the functionality of the Nofence© collar, an animal-friendly novel virtual fence technology that allows producers to remotely contain and control grazing cattle by using audio cues and electric stimuli from collars instead of physical fences. This could help farmers implement rotational grazing systems easier and more cost effectively

Exploring Nofence Collars: Livestock Research