The Intersection of Traceability, Information Systems, Animal Identification and Sustainability


Learn how traceability practices, animal identification and information systems can all work together to increase your profitability. 

Produced in conjunction with the National Institute of Animal Agriculture (NIAA). 


Latest News

2022 U.S. CattleTrace Symposium Slated for Kansas City

Registration is open for the 2022 U.S. CattleTrace Symposium, to be held November 17 and 18 at the at the American Royal Center in Kansas City, MO.

Easier Said ... But It Must Be Done

If we, who believe animal-derived proteins are good for people, do not share animal agriculture’s story, those who wish to diminish or eliminate animal agriculture from the food system will lead the conversation.

Farm Journal and the National Institute for Animal Agriculture Team Up to Help Animal Ag Share Its Story

Consumers are interested in how animal agriculture affects health and wellness, environmental stewardship, animal welfare and worker safety. Now is the time for a more robust and meaningful conversation.

Profitability Potential Steers Producer Support of Traceability Efforts

From disease tracking and consumer expectations to profitability, beef, dairy and hog producers share their opinions on traceability in the U.S.

Cargill Joins U.S. CattleTrace to Support Development of National Disease Traceability System

Cargill is the second beef processor to invest in the effort formed by multiple state cattlemen’s organizations to develop a national infrastructure for animal disease traceability in the U.S. cattle industry.