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Tuesday, 11 June 2019 07:54

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It seems that the integrity of animal tracking system NAIT is under growing attack from farmers.

The recent call by the Ministry of Primary Industries for farmers to re-register on NAIT has opened a can of worms.

When farmers try to re-register online, they are either told they can’t update details and/or to call the NAIT office -- where no one is picking up the phone. Some are also told their addresses are wrong.

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