Exporting or moving GB livestock to the EU or Northern Ireland from 1 January 2021

How your livestock intended for EU export need to be identified from 2021 From 1 January 2021 the UK will trade with the EU as a third country. New rules for entry into the EU of certain animals and products from third countries including livestock will apply in 2021. Under the Northern Ireland Protocol of […]

Dalton Design a Tag Competition

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Dalton Tags Spring/Summer Newsletter 2020

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A Flexo solution for local retailer

We were tasked by a local retailer to print some keyring tags that can be used by staff for accessing their point of sale system.   Previously they had used plastic credit cards but these were often lost and after a few weeks of use, the laminated layer would peel back and eventually the barcode […]

Increased Business Means Expansion For Dalton Tags.

The quality, service and wide range of livestock and business management tags manufactured by Dalton Tags has necessitated a move to larger, purpose built premises. The new premises, which are just two minutes drive from the busy A1/A46  at Northern Road, Newark provide 2,500 sq ft of business space, which includes a dedicated production room […]

A day at Dalton Tags is always different.

Dalton Tags helps identify strays in Santorini, Greece. Bruce Fogle, Principal Veterinarian of the London Veterinary Clinic and prolific TV personality, sent a request to Dalton Tags for a special mission on the Greek isle of Santorini. Abandoned animals on the isle is an ongoing issue for the residents and the Satorini Animal Welfare Association, […]

Nottinghamshire tag company helps track endangered crocodiles

Dalton Tags, an animal ID and tag producer out of Newark Nottinghamshire, regularly gets requests to make tags for cattle, sheep and goats. Recently, the company received an unusual request from the Zoology Department out of the University of Oxford. They wanted tags for crocodiles — and an extremely rare one at that. The Gavialis […]

A history of Livestock ID Tags

From the beginning of the domestication of livestock, humans have sought to mark what is theirs.  It makes sense: proving ownership, while it may seem somewhat archaic in modern times, was an important part of keeping track of any herd.  The human motivations to identify and trace livestock throughout history have really not drastically changed […]