Sheep: Tagging

(asked on 5th February 2015) - View Source

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, how many people and organisations have registered online for the sheep electronic identification database.


Answered by
George Eustice Portrait
George Eustice
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
This question was answered on 12th February 2015

As at 6 February 2015 (10.30 am) the following registrations to use the new Animal Reporting and Movement Service (ARAMS) for England have been made:

Assembly Centre Portal

1

Animal and Plant Health Agency

10

Abattoir Portal

134

Abattoir Third Party

11

ARAMS Bureau Admin

17

ARAMS Bureau Operator

73

Collection Centre Portal

17

Collection Centre Third Party

2

DEFRA

13

Farmer Portal

7456

Farmer Third Party

455

Local Authority Super User

282

Market Portal

2

Market Third Party

78

Rural Payments Agency

55

Show Portal

9

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