Canadian Livestock Tracking System Services

 

In an ongoing effort to improve and develop the Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS), the Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) has enhanced CLTS services to help users work more efficiently and effectively with the site.

Check out some of the new services.



CLTS Lite

Reduce your wait time

CLTS Lite is a dial-up friendly version of the CLTS. Our Lite version is here to speed up your data entry experience.

Features:

All the functionality of the CLTS
Graphic-free
Quick-loading

Try CLTS Lite now. Click Here




CLTS MOBO

CCIA is now offering a mobile version of the CLTS to provide producers with a method of accessing their CLTS accounts while away from home. Producers now have the ability to access and pull up information such as:

Tag numbers
Transaction numbers
Animal information
Premises information
Birth certificates


Click Here for User Guide

This free application is compatible with iPhones or other smartphones that run Android 1.6 or higher.




Resource Centre

Simplify your CLTS experience with the new Resource Centre

CCIA is providing one convenient location for all CLTS user information. All of the tools and resources within the centre are specifically designed to simplify the user’s experience.

Get online user support with:

Online user guide
Templates
Tools for information upload
FAQs
Current news
Links and feedback channels

Click Here for Resource Centre




CLTS Call Centre

For more CLTS support, please call our toll-free line to speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives (CSR). They offer assistance and guidance to walk you through the database or answer any questions.

Regular Call Centre hours:
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Standard Time


Have any comments or feedback? Click here to contact us.



Funding for the Canadian Livestock Tracking System has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Canadian Integrated Food Safety Initiative under Growing Forward.

 

 
 
         
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