A.I.TAGS™ tags are an excellent aid for dairy and beef producers in detecting cows in “mounting-heat”. Apply the detectors to your cows prior to “coming into heat” when synchronizing estrus cycles or after breeding and embryo transplant to check for return heat.
The detectors have a dark-gray, ‘Rub-Off’ surface and a bright colored signal layer underneath (in red, fuchsia, green, or yellow). This bright color begins to show through the gray layer after the first mounting resulting from the rubbing pressure. Additional mountings result in increased color exposure. If the tags are applied and timely observed, there is zero chance of a false reading! In addition, A.I.TAGS will also show an indicator that the animal may be going out of heat! Repeated mountings over time will cause the tag’s color signal layer to turn white. If you notice the tag turning white, you may have missed the heat.
A.I.TAGS will not scratch off!
A.I.TAGS require pressure from mounting activity to allow the surface of the tags to “Rub-Off” and display the signal color underneath. THERE ARE NO FALSE POSITIVES WITH A.I. TAGS.
If the tag you are using can be easily scratched off with your thumb nail; you are experiencing too many false positive readings, for example, from tail swatting or rubbing against branches or fences.
Switch to A.I.TAGS and see your pregnancy rates soar to levels you have never experienced before!
Some tags call their surface “Rub-Off” but only A.I.TAGS Heat Detection Tags deliver on that promise.
Optimum heat detection results in more pregnancies, which greatly improves your “bottom-line” profitability! Whether used for AI, embryo transplant or natural breeding purposes, knowing your cows are in heat is important!
A.I.TAGS™ are applied to dairy and beef cows prior to “coming into heat” to detect “mounting-heat.” By following simple instructions, A.I.TAGS will provide optimum heat detection resulting in more pregnancies, which greatly improves your “bottom-line” profitability! Whether used for AI, embryo transplant or natural breeding purposes, knowing your cows are in heat is important!