'Animal fitbit' chip offers answers in livestock health

By Liv Casben
Updated February 25 2024 - 7:05am, first published 7:00am
VetChip's Garnett Hall and fellow founder Zyrus Khambatta took a microchipped horse to evokeAg. (HANDOUT/AGRIFUTURES)
VetChip's Garnett Hall and fellow founder Zyrus Khambatta took a microchipped horse to evokeAg. (HANDOUT/AGRIFUTURES)

A "fitbit for animals" that monitors their temperature, pulse and respiratory rate could help prevent livestock from dying in transit.

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