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United States Department of Agriculture

Virtual Fencing System for Cattle

Last update: Apr 30, 2020 Last update: 30 Apr, 2020

Details

Locations: USA
Start Date: Apr 15, 2020
End Date: Unknown
Value: US$ 28500.00
Sectors: Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), ... See more Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Telecommunications
Categories: Goods
Date posted: Apr 30, 2020

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Description

Notice ID: 12905B20P0046

Contract Award Number: 12905B20P0046

Description: USDA-ARS, wishes to evaluate the efficacy of virtual fencing for excluding livestock from recently burned areas at the ARS-managed Northern Great Basin Experimental Range in Harney County, Oregon, has a requirement to purchase a Virtual Fencing System for cattle.

Specification for Virtual Fencing system:

General description: Virtual fencing for large scale rangeland pastoral system, pastures within grazing allotments are often large (up to 10,000 acres or more)

Initial training and weekly system support while the trial is ongoing

GPS communication towers

20 GPS-activated collars that emit an audible que or mild electrical stimulus

Low bandwidth radio connection

Must and follow US codes and regulations.

Reference — Virtual Fencing System for Cattle — for USA presented by United States Department of Agriculture (goods), budget is US$ 28500.00, in Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Telecommunications sectors. Reference — Virtual Fencing System for Cattle — for USA presented by United States Department of Agriculture (goods), budget is US$ 28500.00, in Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Telecommunications sectors. Reference — Virtual Fencing System for Cattle — for USA presented by United States Department of Agriculture (goods), budget is US$ 28500.00, in Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Teleco...
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