Animal Identification - Ear Tag Order Hotline: 0845 6016926 or 01769 576201
Mole Valley plus launch the new and exclusive MoleTag for sheep!
Following the outstanding success of the Mole Tag for cattle, the search was on for a sheep tag to rival all others, a tag that would offer our valued customers the very best tag available in today’s market.
MoleTag for sheep
After intensive product research we have found the solution which offers all round excellence and are now very excited to announce the launch of the Mole Tag for sheep!
We have secured UK exclusivity for a current market leading tag, which has proven retention shown over more than 15 years in manufacture, with an excess of 70 million tags sold.
By utilising our unrivalled buying power, these tags will be offered exclusively to you through Mole Valley Plus, combining the highest quality tag with the best retention rates, alongside the most competitive pricing structure available in the market today.
We guaranteed to offer the highest levels of customer service from our enthusiastic and dedicated Tag Team and will personally look after your order process throughout to ensure your satisfaction.
• Market leading, proven retention rates
• A durable one-piece, single loop tag
• Locks together tightly- no pinching
• Strips of 10 for easy handling
• Size open: H= 9mm x L= 74mm
• Available in 8 colours
• Waterproof and shock resistant EID chip
• Lightweight and easy to apply
• Outstanding readability
For further information and to experience the new Mole Tag for sheep, call our Tag Team today on 01769 576201.
Mole Tag Ear Tags for Cattle
• Made from one piece of plastic so no weak points.
We know that tags have to be durable and strong, the plastic used is proven to last and contend with the elements. We use a reinforced plastic composite with a high glass content to ensure a sharp strong point is always maintained.
• Flexiblity and elasticity of plastic reduces snagging and ripped ears.
Tags come out when they get caught on obstacles, feed barriers, fencing, silage netting, the list is endless. We have found that by having a flexible plastic it has a much greater chance of working itself loose from whatever it snags on. We believe we have the most flexible tag on the market.
• Stainless steel locking washer means tags physically cannot come apart when connected.
We understand how frustrating it is when tags fall out. We use an improved locking system with a steel washer inserted inside the female part of the tag. Once the tag is locked together there is no way for it to come undone.
• Highly visible lifetime black print unlike other tags.
All our tags are laser printed so there is no more smudging or chance of ink fading over time. The laser burns the number into the plastic so we can get a clear and legible print that lasts the lifetime of the tag.
• Reinforced tip gives a clean and easy incision reducing infection and improving healing
We strengthen the pin to maintain a sharp point and prevent it bending on insertion. We have come across other tags causing infection after application, we have never encountered this problem and attribute this to the quick and clean incisions from our tags and applicator.
To place an order or for further information call Mole Valley Plus Tag Hotline: 08456 016926 or 01769 576201
Animal identification - Cattle Ear Tag Range
large & small
Large & medium
Medium & Small
Medium and button or metal
Large & button or metal
Large & Large or medium & Medium
We have a local rate telephone number set up to put you in direct contact with a sales co-ordinator who can process your order for ear tags. Dialling 0845 6016926 ensures that your order can dealt with by a trained and informed member of our team. If you are ordering ministry tags please be sure to have you herd/flock number and your CPH (holding) number to hand as this information will be required. With lots of numbers and letters involved it can often be easier to fax or email the information to us. If you would like to do this, our fax number is 01769 576223 and our email address is email@example.com.
The current advice for identification, registration and movement of farm animals is listed on the www.GOV.UK website as follows:
|Cattle: Identification, Registration and Movement - Find out more >>|
|Sheep, Goats & Pigs: Guidance for keepers of sheep, goats & pigs - Find out more >>|
|Poultry: General Regulations - Find out more >>|