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RC: Re: ridecamp-d Digest V00 #16

I KNOW this subject has been brought up in the past, but one microchip does NOT
scan with the same equipment from another manufacturer... So what is the point?

I prefer VISIBLE markings.....

teddy wrote:

> In a message dated 01/16/2000 9:50:11 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
> <<  A chip can identify a horse if someone knows to look for the
>  chip,
>  and has the gear to check.  Many sale yards don't. >>
> In Washington, all auction yards, veterinarians, sales barns, you name it,
> are required to scan all horses coming through for microchips. I believe even
> the 'killers' are required to scan horses, too.
> Microchipping is cheap insurance. ALL my animals are chipped, not just my
> horse.
> Michelle Blanchard

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