It saves time, it means you are able to spend more time with your family.
Mike Marshall tells us exactly how well CowManager has integrated into his farming system and how that has benefited him, his business, and his family.
- Mike Marshall, Otago
CowManager Increases Efficiency and Reduces Waste
How CowManager Works
It provides accurate information about your herd’s fertility, health, and nutritional status. It’s easy to install too: there is no need to recharge batteries or change collars. The sensor device fits around an “840”, or official animal identification RFID tag; both can be placed in your cow’s ear in a single action.
Routers, Solar and Mains Powered
CowManager is a complete plug-and-play system that is compatible with your farm management system. The data transmitted by the sensors is collected by (solar) routers that can be installed in your barns, pastures, or feedlots. A coordinating device connected to your computer ensures optimal data flow.
Mobile App & Desktop Application
There is a variety of ways you can access your collected data. You can have 24/7 access to your data and notification via the mobile application. This allows you to monitor your herd from anywhere in the world. The computer application gives you even more power and ways to analyse your herd’s data bringing greater insight with even more value-packed functionality.
CowManager is Modular
Data Processing, Wider Range and More Reliability
One of the more common questions asked about the CowManager® system relates to the accuracy of that information. It’s a question that is easy to answer and understandable because of its simplicity. Each Sensor carries its own electronic identity. That identity and the cows are paired in the CowManager® system. So when the sensor collects and passes on gathered data it is readily identifiable with the cow to which it is attached.
It leads to more precise farming and less wastage.
Adrian Ball has been using CowManager for a short time but is already seeing the benefits of having the CowManager system in.
- Adrian Ball, Tirau