Scanner keeps an eye on animals

ALAN CLARK OF OPTIBRAND performs a retinal scan of a cow. The Mesa County 4-H Club recently acquired an Optibrand eye scanner, which catalogs the animals for identification purposes.



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ALAN CLARK OF OPTIBRAND performs a retinal scan of a cow. The Mesa County 4-H Club recently acquired an Optibrand eye scanner, which catalogs the animals for identification purposes.

Animals don’t carry a driver’s license for identification, so how do you tell who’s who in the animal world? The answer is in the eye. Earlier this month, the 4-H Club of…




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