Angus Tag Program

Purebred and Commercial Programs — Canadian Angus Tag Program

The Canadian Angus Tag Program identifies Angus and Angus cross cattle.

Program Advantages

At TEAM we consistently see Angus and Angus influence cattle sell at the top of the market. The Angus tagged cattle in particular always fetch a premium. – Jason Danard, TEAM – The Electronic Auction Market

  • Tagged animals are in high demand by Canadian Angus beef programs; sell direct or through one of the 169 Canadian Angus Feeder Sales across Canada (for a printable copy of the Feeder Sales, click here)
  • Canadian Angus tags visually and electronically identify Angus and Angus cross cattle. It’s our guarantee that the animal bearing the tag has a minimum of 50% Angus genetics.
  • Free third party age verification—we will take care of the paperwork for you
  • Angus tag numbers can be cross-referenced to registration papers and are an alternative form of animal identification
  • CCIA compliant tag—no other tag is required for national identification
  • The use of Angus RFID tags (Canadian Angus Tags) allows you to also purchase Angus dangle tags or the new Angus A-Tags

Program Requirements

  • Cattle must have at least one registered Angus parent.
  • Registration papers/semen receipt/lease of parent must be in the tag buyer’s name.
  • Also accepted as proof of eligibility are: signed affidavit from community pasture identifying the bull(s) used, embryo transfer slip, signed affidavit identifying bull in a family co-owned herd, and a signed affidavit from the original breeder identifying the registered Angus bull in the case of bred females being sold.

Order Tags Online

ATQ Canadian Angus Tags – Available for Quebec residents

Starting May 28, 2018, it is possible to order a set of 10 Canadian Angus RFID tag. Administrative fees apply for orders with distinctive attributes. https://www.atq.qc.ca/en/forms

Eligibility to ANGUS Tags

You must provide at least one (1) registration number or an Angus/Limousin bull tattoo in order to be allowed to order annually a maximum of 60 Angus tags or 1 set of Limousin tags. You must also indicate the ATQ tag number corresponding to the animal. Your association reserves the right to verify the genealogy source of any animal with an Angus or Limousin tag.

À partir le 28 mai 2018, il est possible de commander un jeu de 10 identifiants Angus en respectant l’admissibilité.
Les nouvelles listes de prix sont maintenant sur le site Web, en français et en anglais : https://www.atq.qc.ca/fr/formulaires

De plus, la section admissibilité aux boucles ANGUS a été mise à jour :

Admissibilité aux boucles ANGUS

Vous devez fournir un numéro d’enregistrement ou de tatouage de taureau Angus ou Limousin pour avoir le droit de commander, annuellement, un maximum de 60 boucles Angus ou 1 jeu de boucles Limousin. Vous devez aussi fournir le numéro d’identifiant ATQ correspondant à l’animal. Votre association se réserve le droit de vérifier le lien de parenté de tout animal qui porte un identifiant Angus.

https://www.atq.qc.ca/images/stories/agricole/20180528_Liste_de_prix_-_Bovin.pdf
https://www.atq.qc.ca/images/stories/agricole/20180528_Product_Price_List_Bovine.pdf

Frequently Asked Questions

Age Verification Instructions

Angus Tag Gift Certificate: incentive for bull customers

Successful Tagging: Tips for Tag Retention


 Attention Cattle Producers:

If an animal is sold as registered or identified as a purebred, then the animal MUST be transferred to the buyer within six months of the date of sale.
Purebred bulls need to be  transferred to commercial buyers.


Canadian Angus Green Tag Program

Commercial Contacts:
Brian Good
Senior Director of Business Development (BC/AB)

(403) 391-4037

Bob Toner
Director of Business Development (SK/MB)

(306) 716-5372

 

Canadian Angus Association

292140 Wagon Wheel Blvd,
Rocky View County, AB T4A 0E2

Tel: (403) 571-3580
Fax: (403) 571-3599
Toll Free: 1-888-571-3580
E-Mail: cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

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Vision: The Canadian Angus Association exists to preserve and expand the Angus breed for Canadian cattle producers and beef consumers, providing the best opportunities for profitability today and for future generations. Mission: To maintain breed registry, breed purity and provide services that enhance the growth and position of the Angus breed.
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