GPS Ear Tag

Know where your cattle are

The GPS Ear Tag allows you to track and trace your cattle over long distances, even in remote areas without mobile coverage. They are the size of a standard management tag and can be tagged using a normal applicator. The reusable GPS ear tag is powered using a battery and integrated solar panels.

GPS ear tags

Cattle tracking

Works in the outback

No need for cellular coverage from a telco to work as you will have your own network.

Long battery life

The GPS ear tags are powered using a battery and integrated solar panels.

Easy to apply

The GPS ear tags use industry standard applicators and female parts which make them easy to apply.

What the GPS ear tag does

The GPS Ear Tag sends your cattle's location to provide you with actionable insights and alerts.

These insights help you to run a better and more efficient beef enterprise.

  • GPS location of cattle
  • Light and easy to apply
  • Built-in solar panel for charging
  • Affordable
  • Tags are reusable

GPS ear tag

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Industry standard single prong design

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Break resistant polycarbonate casing

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Solar powered, built-in battery

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Weighs under 30 grams

Tagging

We don't want producers to change the way they are doing things. The GPS ear tags use industry standard applicators and female prongs. The only difference with our tags is that they go at the back of the ear to point the integrated solar panels towards the sun to get charged.

Common questions

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How strong are the GPS ear tags?

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The GPS ear tags have a robust design and have been tested under extreme conditions.

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What's the price per tag?

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Pricing information can be found here. The costs for the GPS ear tags are upfront whereas the costs for package are ongoing.

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Do the GPS ear tags use 3G/4G?

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No, the GPS ear tags send their data using LoRa. Only the antenna needs connection to the internet and this can also be the homestead's.

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Murray Davis

Biloela, Queensland

“I have been able to view cattle to make management decisions and have been able to identify an injured animal and get a vet out and save her and her calf.”

Greg Adams

Buffalo, Oklahoma

“I was coming up 8 to 10 head short every year, and at $1,200 to $1,400per head each, you’re out $10,000 a year. The investment in mOOvement pays for itself and will also help me increase the number of cattle I can handle by 50%”

Lindi Pott mOOvement customer
Lindi Pott

Kingaroy, Queensland

"We have a much more secure and relaxed feeling with the stock in many ways, not just knowing where they are!"

Sean O'Brien

Cowell, South Australia

"Before mOOvement I used to travel at least three times per week to check on my cheep. Now I have more time to focus on other areas of my growing business and save $580/week"