NAIT Software is now ready for download

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Nait Software - now available for downloadNAIT software download is now available directly from the Aleis website. 


  • NAIT will be mandatory for cattle from 1 July 2012, and for deer from 1 March 2013.
  • Sale yard operators have specific obligations under the NAIT scheme. You will be required to report information to NAIT about animal movements to, and from, your sale yards.
  • You will be able to submit information to the NAIT database either system-to-system or over the internet.


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Friday, June 01, 2012

NAIT - New Zealand’s National Animal Identification and Tracing  scheme : The decision was made to select low frequency technology for the NAIT scheme RFID ear tags because part of NAIT’s brief from its major shareholders (Government and industry) was to select proven and commercially available technology. 


  • NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) is an animal identification and tracing scheme that will link people, property and animals.
  • NAIT Ltd is the industry-owned company implementing the scheme.
  • Under the NAIT scheme, cattle and deer will be tagged with an electronic NAIT-approved RFID ear tag.
  • The NAIT database will store information about each animal’s individual RFID number, its location, and the contact details of the person in charge of the animal. The database will meet animal tracing requirements for New Zealand in a way that is consistent with the guidelines of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).


  • NAIT will be mandatory for cattle from 1 July 2012, and for deer from 1 March 2013.
  • Sale yard operators have specific obligations under the NAIT scheme. You will be required to report information to NAIT about animal movements to, and from, your sale yards.
  • You will be able to submit information to the NAIT database either system-to-system or over the internet.

Aleis will have NAIT software downloads available from our website as soon as it becomes available.  


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Aleis continue to expand their worldwide market presence

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Over the past year Aleis Pty Ltd have expanded into the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Europe amongst many other countries with which we are currently working. Our devotion to provide service and support in these countries is the reason why we have have chosen to expand with service technicians and extensive distribution networks in each of the above countries.

Aleis RFID Livestock Distributors are located around the globe.

Aleis now registers in New Zealand

Thursday, May 24, 2012

New ZealandAleis will trade under the name Aleis New Zealand Limited throughout all of New Zealand and have recently taken the time to extensively train a service network throughout the country. As well as having a dedicated service technician by the name of Sean Hampson who is solely dedicated to servicing Aleis reading equipment within not only abattoirs, saleyards but also throughout producer sector.

New manufacturing line in the Aleis Australian facility

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Aleis in Australia have recently introduced a new half $1 million production line into their facility to ensure that their manufacturing capacity will meet the demands that are required for their product throughout the world.  It is a one of a kind piece of machinery which enables Aleis to manufacture and customise products required throughout all sections of the livestock industry at speed.

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Aleis - Specialists in Livestock RFID Technology for Producers, Industrial and Abattoirs.

Aleis Pty Ltd - now incorporates in Canada

Thursday, May 10, 2012

CanadaAleis will trade under the name Aleis Canada Inc. throughout all of Canada and the neighbouring United States with stock being held in Edmonton as well is Québec to service the market. Further to this they have introduced a full-time technician who is dedicated to servicing and supporting this market in all sectors of the livestock industry by the name of Simon Alfaro.

Aleis has worked very closely with one particular distributor who is based in Alberta, Canada trading by the name of ITS and we will continue to do so and strengthen this relationship even further.

USDA to replace food pyramid with plate icon

Monday, June 06, 2011


The U.S. Department of Agriculture is planning to swap in a plate icon for the food pyramid,  a new image which  is meant to help remind Americans to make healthy food choices.

World wastes 30% of all food

Monday, June 06, 2011

There’s no reason to waste food. 

A gut-wrenching fact: 30% of all food produced in the world each year is wasted or lost, with developed countries wasting 10 times more food than a developing one.  That’s about 1.3 billion tons, according to a new report by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization. That’s the weight of more than 8.6 million full-grown blue whales, the largest creatures on earth or the weight of more than 2.3 million Airbus A380s, the largest commercial planes in existence.  It’s almost unfathomable isn’t it?

Here’s another statistic: all the food that the world’s richest countries waste is about equal to all the food that sub-Saharan Africa produces. Basically, the waste of the rich could feed much of the African continent.

A major change of mindset is what is needed, and one of the biggest challenges is helping people get over the perception of food perfection.

 The U.N.  suggests:

  • Charities work together with markets to collect food that’s unsold and about to pass its expiry date to be redistributed or cooked up at food kitchens for the needy and homeless.
    Simply don’t buy more food than you need.  You’re more likely to not finish it, you’ll end up throwing it away and you’ll have wasted your money.
    And my own personal tip: if I eat at a restaurant and can’t finish it all, I ask for a doggie bag.

 It’s up to all of us to use our common sense to eat and shop just a bit wiser.  Remember, we’ve got 1.3 billion tons of food on our plate to clean up – each year and counting.

USDA lowers minimum safe cooking temperature for pork

Monday, June 06, 2011

The United States Department of Agriculture is dropping their baseline metric for safe pork cooking from 160°F (71.11 Celsius) to 145°F (62.77 Celsius) and adding a three-minute rest time. The safe temperature for cuts of beef, veal, and lamb remains unchanged at 145°F.

Cooking raw pork, steaks, roasts, and chops to 145°F with the addition of a three-minute rest time will result in a product that is both microbiologically safe and at its best quality.

Australian farmers feeling the most confident about the future

Monday, June 06, 2011

Food and agribusiness bank, Rabobank Australia, released its quarterly rural confidence survey which questioned about 1200 farmers across Australia and found that confidence had moderated compared to the prior quarter, but was at the highest level recorded for the second quarter since 2001.

Farmers were buoyed by favourable commodity prices and good autumn rains, with 42 per cent expecting conditions to improve in the coming year, compared to 48 per cent in the prior quarter.

Many farmers had received abundant summer rain and a top-up in autumn, which was good for the start of the winter cropping season, and prices for beef, sheep, and grain were relatively firm given strong demand and short supply.

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