• TAC technology is designed to operate in any type of environment, over an unlimited distance, from free stalls to tie stalls, pasture based, robots and open sheds. Moreover, it can easily be integrated into an existing structure. Track a Cow by ENGS provides a sophisticated, all in one user-friendly solution for real-time behavior monitoring of dairy cow herds over an unlimited distance. The system is designed to continuously monitor the animals’estrus, health and welfare and enhance the farm’s productivity.

  • Track a cow performs continuous real-time monitoring and analysis of the cow’s activity patterns, ensuring highly accurate heat detection. Our advanced data analysis can identify heat even when adverse conditions limit the cow’s ability to express heat behavior. The Track a Cow system accurately identifies the heat activity and indicates the optimal insemination time, substantially improving conception and pregnancy rates.

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  • Abortion can cause a substantial financial loss. Track a Cow's early dectection of abortions reduces these losses and gives the manager the opportunity to make an informed decision.

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  • Track a))) Cow system can detect cows with cystic activity, which could be a substantial cause of infertility. One of the advantages of our continuous behavior monitoring is the system's ability to identify cows showing irregular heat cycles. These irregular intervals may indicate cystic ovaries. Cystic ovaries must be treated before a cow can be effectively inseminated. Early detection of this condition reduces the cow’s empty days, as well as saving the costs incurred by an ineffective insemination.

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  • Detection of the beginning of cyclical patterns and assessment of their intensity, along with physical data such as size and height, can provide information on the heifer’s readiness for insemination. This enables the heifer to enter the productive cycle earlier, lowering the conception age.

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  • The system continuously samples and analyzes diverse cow behavior patterns, including feeding and lying behavior, for highly accurate detection of health and welfare issues, enabling early intervention, prediction and prevention. Its monitoring capabilities operate over an unlimited distance, allowing it to monitor the herd’s health in real time and in any environment.

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  • One of the cow’s most indicative behaviors is feeding, which provides valuable health and productivity data. Unlike systems based on rumination monitoring, which use a delayed and indirect indicator, TAC systems are based on feeding, a direct indicator which takes place before rumination. Feed behavior monitoring provides early alerts, prediction and prevention, enabling real-time decision making.
  • The first-ever calving alert, enabling the farmer to receive an early alert prior to the calving.

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  • TAC technology enables the farm staff to tag cows for insemination or treatments and have them automatically sorted to the designated area. The Sort Gate can also include a weighing system, which automatically weighs the cows and records the data.

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  • In the milking parlor, each cow’s individual data is recorded: Milk flow rate, quantity, temperature and electrical conductivity data is transferred to the milking management program, consequently enabling the farmer to make vital decisions on the cow’s health and productivity.

    Our Free Flow milk meter provides full control over the entire milking process at each milking point, enabling centralized calibration, cleaning and operation. The milk meter’s Free Flow technology ensures that the milk flows freely and uniformly, preventing mastitis. Based on innovative technology, the meter contains no moving parts, limiting maintenance costs to a minimum.

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