riod in regards to microchipping, moving from the old to the new microchip. The key is transition, meaning we have not arrived yet.
I am often called a myth buster for a reason. I have been working with all forms of equine identification for 20 years. I believe in telling the public the truth about equine ID methods instead of the sales pitch that comes with an ID method, including microchips which are the subject of this article.