• Feeding behavior is one of most indicative behaviors, providing valuable information on the cow’s health and welfare, as well as on its efficiency as a productive animal. Any event in the cow’s life, from lameness to metabolic disorders or pneumonia, is immediately reflected in its feeding patterns.
    Monitoring and analyzing the cow’s duration and number of visits to the feed bunk, taking into account lactation status and the group and herd data, improves the feed bunk’s management, resulting in a calculated efficiency index. Transition cows monitoring enables immediate detection of metabolic disorders, which are generated by the high maintenance and production requirements of the postpartum cow’s negative energy balance.
    The feed behavior monitoring system enables real-time decision making, resolution of issues and prevention of production losses. Unlike rumination monitoring based systems, which use a delayed and indirect indicator, Track a))) Cow systems are based on feeding, a direct indicator, since cows eat before ruminating. The system's unique approach of monitoring feed behavior provides an early alert, saving critical time.

    • Transition cow monitoring and detection of metabolic disorders
    • Mastitis detection
    • Lameness detection
    • Early detection of BRD
    • Early detection of gastro intestinal disorders
    • Social stress detection
    • Optimization of feed management and evaluation of forage quality