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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LEtHBRIDGE HERALD Timday, October 29, 1974 Vet promotes lifetime tag A lifetime guaranteed system of identifying cattle with is being promoted by a Calgary veterinarian. W. J. Tarver, veterinarian for the Canada department of agriculture health of animals branch, holds the world patent rights on the new tag which he predicts will bring an end to the costly method of poking identification tags through cattle's ears. Traditional ear tags are applied in an animal's ear with a sharp pointed instrument. The tag enters "Whin GOOD SERVICE IS AUTOMATIC" AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION "LTD. Phone 327-0910 1520 3rd AVI. S. i Servicing Debuildmg and Exchange the hole in the ear made by the instrument and it is deposited there when the instrument is withdrawn. With the new system, Dr. Tarver said tags can't fall or be knocked out because they are applied directly to the skull of the animal. A demonstration is being planned for a Southern Alberta ranch to allow federal animal researchers to view the system. He explained that the back of a cow's head is an empty sinus cavity covered by bone, meat and skin_ about the thickness of .man's 'fingers. The sinus cavity is between the outer bone layer and a bone layer surrounding the brain. The applicator for the new method is a captive bolt pistol which utilizes 22 DAVIS ENTERPRISES (ALBERTA) We Pay the Highest PriCM for METAL-CAST ALBERTA STEEL PRODUCTS Division el Davis InduMriM Ltd. Daaton in Mm Structural Start, Angto, Flata and (Wholaiala Prieaa) Both Locatad ai 1505 ted Am. S, 327-4035 or 327-C2M calibre blank shell to propel a hollow tube about seven eights of an inch from the pistol. This hollow tube is exploded from the gun, making a hole in the skull of the animal about three eights of an inch in diameter. The special tag is then poked through the hole into the sinus cavity. Developed by Dr. Tarver while he operated his own veterinary practice in Lan- cashire, England, the polystyrine tags have been applied to about 100 cows, all owned by the inventor. The actual tag is about five inches long. The largest part is the oval- shaped surface on which numbers and other marks for identification can be wntten. This is the only part which can be seen protruding from the top of the animal's head. Just below the oval shaped surface is a pair of barbs pointing away from the top to keep the tag from being pushed too far inside the animal's head. Similar barbs are located on the very bottom of the tag, pointing upwards. These barbs keep the tag from being pulled out. Guaranteed traction for TOWN COUNTRY NYLON WHITE WALL S.ZE RS 15 ONLY Real bargain for owners of Fords, Chevs., and Plymouths that take F78-1 5 on their cars. Twin stripe styling! Husky 4-ply nylon strerigth to pull you through winter after winter. We Guarantee Everything! TYLER COOSEWALK SPREADERS These spreaders are revolutionizing the custom spreading of fertilizer, with accurate even spreading patterns even in the wind. Radio dispatched Faster More efficient More economical YIE L.P. f E RfTH 1E f WE HAVE 3 GOOSEWALK CUSTOM APPLICATION SPREADERS THERE ARE MANY REASONS FOR FERTILIZER APPLICATION NOW! Do It now, avoid spring null Prices arei I SOIL TEST R1SULTS WITHIN 3 DAYS I For custom spreading call BIG YIELD FERTILIZER Highway 3 East, Lethbridge Phone 328-7406 OS-IKI miim Ml Tnpp 3ZI-5457 ;