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No Mis-Information, No Half Truths, No Mis-Understanding, Just Facts Taken From the USDA National Animal Identification System Draft Strategic Plan 2005-2009
 
The National Animal Identification System is Dictated by the Animal Health Protection Act-AHPA.
 
The Animal Health Protection Act (AHPA) authorizes the Secretary of the USDA to carry out operations and measures to detect, control, or eradicate livestock pests or disease. It also provides ample authority to establish and implement either a mandatory or voluntary system of animal identification. Further, the AHPA enables the Secretary of the USDA to enter into agreements with States or other stakeholder organizations to implement either a mandatory or voluntary animal identification program. Page 9 DSP
 
 
Did you read the Animal Health Protection Act!!

In order to accomplish Animal Tracking, you MUST have a Premises Identification Number first, and your livestock must be permanently Identified
 
 
By January 2009, USDA anticipates that the animal tracking component of
NAIS will become mandatory. USDA will continue to support field trials and
gradual implementation of successful data collection systems to collect animal
movement records. Technology such as these radio frequency identification
panel readers may be incorporated into the system for certain species. Page 9 DSP
 
Animal tracking: As animals move from one premises to another, a few basic
pieces of information will be reported to the national animal records repository: the AIN or Group/Lot ID, the premises number of the receiving location, and the date of the event being reported. Our ability to achieve the 48-hour traceback objective will be directly affected by the percentage of animal movements
we are able to record. Collecting animal movement information might be the most challenging component of the NAIS. Page 12 DSP
 
Animal tracking: January-December 2005: Test identification and automated data collection technologies Page 16 DSP
 
Animal tracking: -July 2006: Interstate Certificate of Veterinary Inspection
(ICVI) operational in all States - Focus on integration of management systems to forward animal locations/sightings Page 16 DSP
 
Animal tracking: -April 2007: Incentives to report interstate movements
using ICVI or electronic movement permit system. -October 2007: Infrastructure established to collect animal termination records at high capacity abattoirs.
-Initiate collection of animal movements at concentration points (markets, feedlots, etc.).- Expand the integration of management systems to
forward animal locations/sightings. Page 16 DSP
 
 Animal tracking: -July 2008: Collect high percentage of animal termination
records at abattoirs (processing plants). Page 17 DSP
 
All States Operational Premises Registration 25% Prems Registered Animal Tracking Build IT and Data Collection Infrastructure NAIS the Gold Standard
Full Implementation of Animal ID & Tracking Page 17 DSP
 
Stage IV: Animal Tracking The State has begun to implement an animal tracking system that is compliant with the NAIS data standards. 3. Key locations where animals commingle are equipped with the infrastructure to record the information required by the NAIS and report it to the National Animal Tracking Information Repository. Page 19 DSP
 
 60 percent of the qualifying animals in the State are identified, and that information has been reported to the National Animal Tracking Information Repository in accordance with the requirements of the NAIS. Page 19 DSp
 
25 percent of the qualifying animal movements in the State are recorded and reported to the National Animal Tracking  Information Repository in accordance with the requirements of the NAIS Stage V: NAIS Full implementation page 19 DSP
 
90 percent of the qualifying animals in the State are identified, and that information has been reported to the National Animal Tracking Information Repository in accordance with the requirements of the NAIS Page 20 DSP
 
80 percent of the qualifying animal movements in the State are recorded and reported to the National Animal Tracking Information Repository in accordance with the requirements of the NAIS Duration of status Page 20 DSP 
 
 

 
Reportable Animal Events -  "DRAFT PROGRAM STANDARDS" pg 13 Dated April 25, 2005

Event Code #
1
AIN Tag distribution-AIN is distributed to a Premise or Non-Producer Particiapant (tags transferred to another entity in the distribution chain)
2
Tag applied-AIN tag is applied to an animal
3
Moved in-Animal is moved into a premises
4
Moved out-Animal is moved out of a premises
5
Lost Tag-New tag is applied to an animal that lost a tag and previous AIN is unknown

6

Replaced Tag or Re-Tagged-New tag is applied to an animal that lost a tag and previous AIN is known

7

Imported-Animal is imported into the U.S.

8

Exported-Animal is exported out of the U.S.

9

Sighting-Animal has a confirmed sighting at a location, no movement has occured (EX: veterinarian sighting)

10

Harvested-Animal was termintated at an abattoir

11

Died-Animal died of natural causes or euthanized at the farm/ranch

12

Tag retired-Tag retired by producer, packer house, etc.

13

Animal Missing (lost stolen, etc)

14

ICVI-Certificate of Veterinary inspection

AIN and Animal Event Codes Updated January 30, 2007 and Oct 2007
Program Standards and Technical Reference both AIN and Animal events codes are the same from both documents
0
AIN device distributed-AIN is distributed to a premises or Nonproducer Participant
1
AIN allocated by the USDA/APHIS to an authorized Manufacture
2
Tag applied- National Animal ID tag is applied to an animal
3
Moved in- Animal is moved into a premises
4
Moved out - Animal is moved out of a premises

5

Lost tag - New tag is applied to an animal that lost a tag and previous AIN is unknown

6

Replaced tag or Re-tagged - New tag is applied to animal that lost a tag and previous AIN is unknown

7

Imported - Animal is imported into the U.S.

8

Exported - Animal is exported out of the U.S.

9

Animal at location - Animal was confirmed at the premises (vaccination, tested, treated, etc,) no movement has occured

10

Slaughtered - Animal was sent to an abattoir

11

Died - Animal died of Natural causes or euthanized at the farm/ranch

12

Tag retired - Tag retired by producer, packing house, etc.

13

Animal missing - Lost, Stolen, etc.

14

ICVI -Certificate of Veterinary Inspection

20

Invalid AIN (determined by APHIS)

21

AIN recalled from manufacture (determined by APHIS)

22

AIN Device returned to manufacture (reported by manufacture)

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Premises Registration will be an "Official" USDA unique seven Character identifier.
 
In the New User Guide it states on Page 22:
The premises identification number (PIN) is assigned permanently to a geophysical location. If an owner or entity sells his/her farm, the next operators of the premises use the original premises identification number that had been
assigned to that location. If the seller buys a new location to build a new operation that never had livestock, he/she would register that location and obtain a new premises identification number (PIN).

Premises Identification = Encumbrance

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