The CLTS Manual

The CLTS Manual describes step-by-step instructions on how to use the Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS). The CLTS records and tracks stages in the life cycle of RFID tagged livestock using unique entries called ‘Events’. For example, the birth of an animal would be recorded as a Birthdate event and the instructions can be found under Animal Events. Each CLTS event available for use is presented to you below in separate easy to read sections.

 

Each PDF section is printer friendly and can be saved on your computer.

 

Click on a chapter in the table of contents below to learn more about each event in the CLTS.

 

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Chapters

Description

CLTS Introduction

This section of the manual will give you the basic information needed to set up your account and begin using the CLTS database.

Tag Events

The steps used to enter tag events into the CLTS database. Tag events do not involve animals.

Animal Events

The steps used to enter animal events in the CLTS database. Animal events are most commonly submitted by producers and those in the industry who work directly with livestock.

Certificates and Manifests

The steps used to create certificates and manifests.

Premises Identification

To acquire a premises identification number (PID) is to register a parcel of land defined by a legal land description, or in its absence, by Geo-referenced coordinates, on which or any part of which animals, plants or food are grown, kept, assembled, or disposed of. The PID is required to complete movement events in the CLTS database.

Each Canadian Province and Territory has specific guidelines for acquiring a PID, please Click Here to see the registrar contact information for your province. Once you have registered your legal land information with your provincial registrar you can add the provincially assigned premises identification number to your CLTS database account.

Deactivating

The steps used to deactivate incorrectly submitted events. There are three methods of deactivation.

Account/User Management

The steps used to add or change user and account information, how to authorize third party access to your account and how to view your animal and tag inventories.

Search

The steps used to search information in the CLTS database.

CLTS MOBO

The steps needed to use the CLTS MOBO application. CLTS MOBO is a portable version of the CLTS database, designed for use on Apple iPhones and Android devices, that allows users to access the CLTS database via mobile device. Visit your app store for this quick, easy, free and portable version of the CLTS database.