England & Wales DEFRA Approved Ear Tags For Cattle & Sheep Service Relaunched

Tynedale 4Tags have relaunched their livestock tagging e-commerce service. They offer high quality products and fast turnaround with a focus on high quality service.

Wigton, United Kingdom - August 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Tynedale 4Tags, a subsidiary of Tynedale Farm Services, have relaunched their livestock tagging e-commerce offer, providing cattle and sheep ear tags to farmers and other livestock owners in England and Wales. They offer extremely fast turnaround, selling the most reliable makes of tag on the market.

More information can be found at: https://tynedale4tags.co.uk

One of the key benefits of getting in touch with Tynedale Farm Services is that they pride themselves on the highest quality service. Fast turnaround is ensured on every order, with collection available at four locations in Cumbria available to local farming communities.

Tynedale 4Tags is proud to be part of Tynedale Farm Services, a company with over 50 years of heritage in the agricultural market. The company was founded by three partners in Langrigg, near Aspatria in Cumbria.

Tynedale Farm Services have five decades worth of experience selling animal products, and knows the industry well. Now they are in the cattle and sheep ear tagging and tagging accessories market.

With Tynedale 4Tags, customers can get easy access to high quality tags for their sheep and cattle. The aim of the company is to make tagging as easy as possible.

What’s more, all of the cattle and sheep tags are DEFRA approved, and the company is registered with the British Cattle Movement Service. This means that they really understand the industry and can provide great, knowledgeable service.

Customers can order directly through the website, and the expert customer service team is always available to answer any questions that they may have. For those in need of quick turnaround, Tynedale 4Tags can provide rapid same-day collection of durable, field-tested cattle and sheep tags.

New cattle tags are available in both medium and large sizes. The company states: “We offer a wide range of primary and secondary, high quality new run cattle tags, all designed with durability and retention in mind. All our cattle tags are field tested under UK conditions.”

Sheep tags are also provided with a variety of colours to choose from. Tagging accessories, including an EID reader, are also available.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Michelle Moore
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Organization: Tynedale 4Tags (Subsidiary brand of Tynedale Farm Services)
Address: The Mill Station Road, Wigton, Cumbria CA7 9BA, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-16973-42060
Website: https://www.tynedale4tags.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908374

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