Can Reciprocal Pair Data in Sheep be Used in the Event of Proximity Logger Failure?

John Broster, D L. Swain, Belinda King, Michael Friend

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Abstract

The use of remote sensing technology enables quantitative measurements of sheep and their behaviour to be obtained throughout day and night. These measurements can be obtained without the need for a human presence. Proxin1ity loggers have also been used to measure contact levels between cows and calves (Swain and BishopHurley 2007). The loggers use an ultra high frequency (UHF) transceiver that transmits a unique code. They also receive and log signals frotn other units within a predetermined distance (Broster et a/20 12).
Original languageEnglish
Pages35-35
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventJoint Conference of the New Zealand and Australian Societies of Animal Production (NZASAP) - Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand, New Zealand
Duration: 02 Jul 201205 Jul 2012

Conference

ConferenceJoint Conference of the New Zealand and Australian Societies of Animal Production (NZASAP)
Country/TerritoryNew Zealand
Period02/07/1205/07/12

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