When the Chips are Down: Equine Identification

Using microchip technology as a form of equine identification is quite popular in Europe. However, the widespread use of electronic identification systems for tracking diseased or stolen horses, show horses, or horses in transit has been slow to gain acceptance among U.S. equine enthusiasts. Microchip proponents and opponents agree that the inability of one manufacturer's microchip scanner to

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