1. NWCTI PROJECT OVERVIEW
This video includes information about the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI). This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
2. WHAT MAKES THIS SYSTEM DIFFERENT?
This video will inform you about what makes this system different. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University.
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3. VALUE ADDED OPPORTUNITIES
This video provides information about the added value the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project offers to the users of this traceability system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
4. TRACEABILITY AND YOUR FOOD SAFETY
This video includes information about whole chain traceability and food safety. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
5. USING RFID AND TRACEABILITY SYSTEMS IN STOCKER OPERATIONS
This video includes information about using RFID and traceability systems in stocker operations. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
6. THE VALUE OF TRACEABILITY IN THE BEEF INDUSTRY MARKETS

This video includes information about the value of traceability in the beef industry markets. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
7. HOW TRACEABILITY IS USED IN BEEF CATTLE PROCESSING
This video explains how traceability is used in beef cattle processing. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
8. THE BENEFITS OF WHOLE CHAIN TRACEABILITY TO RETAILERS
This video includes information about the benefits of whole chain traceability to retailers”. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
9. HOW CONSUMERS WOULD USE THE NWCTI SYSTEM
This video explains how consumers would use the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
10. HOW TO USE THE NWCTI SYSTEM
This video explains how to use the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.

11.INTERACTING WITH OTHER TRACEABILITY SOFTWARE
This video includes information about “Interacting with other traceability software systems”. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
12. TRACEABILITY SOFTWARE DESIGN CRITERIA
This video explains the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project traceability software design criteria. This research and extension effort is focused on creating ahttp://nwcti.okstate.edu/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=clients traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
13. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
This video explains the cost of using this traceability system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University.
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14. TRUST: A CRITICAL ELEMENT IN WHOLE CHAIN TRACEABILITY
This video includes information about whole chain traceability and trust. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University.
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15. DATA SECURITY CONCEPTS FOR THE NWCTI SYSTEM

This video explains the data security concepts for the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
16. WHAT ACCESS WILL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES HAVE?
This video explains the government’s level of access to the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI) project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
17. RISK RE-ALLOCATION IN A WHOLE CHAIN TRACEABILITY SYSTEM
This video explains how risk reallocation works in the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI) system. This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.
18. FUTURE NWCTI VISION

This video explains the vision for the future of the National Whole Chain Traceability Institute (NWCTI). This research and extension effort is focused on creating a traceability system that is useful for all supply chain users, from consumers, ranchers, packers, to government agencies. The NWCTI project directors are Michael Buser, associate professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering; and Brian Adam, professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, both of Oklahoma State University. Click here for a printable document.