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Who has access to the data housed within the database?
As a packer/processor - what information do I have to submit?
Can I participate if my farm internet connection is dial-up?
Am I obliged to contact a person or company if I’m notified that some or all of my cattle meet the criteria of a feedlot, packer, buyer or distributor within BIXS?
As a cow-calf producer - what information do I have to submit?
How will the reports BIXS generates on my cattle and the overall BIXS population data help my operation?
Will BIXS run analyses on the data I submit to the BIXS database?
Why would I choose to upload management, health, genetic, and other specific information on my cattle?
How are my cattle and carcass data shared?
How can I use the individual animal and carcass data I get back?
Will I get a premium for my cattle if I enroll in BIXS?
Who oversees the security of the BIXS program, ensuring privacy, preventing abuse and providing technical support?
Is my data secure?
Do I need a premise ID to participate in BIXS?
How is required information exchanged between BIXS and CCIA?
Can I age verify my cattle through BIXS?
As a high-speed internet user, do I need to do anything special to access BIXS?
Is it complicated to upload data and access the BIXS program?
What are the computer requirements for me to access BIXS and start my registration process?
As a feedlot operator/owner - what information do I have to submit?
Is this a mandatory program?
Will participating in BIXS cost me a fee?