Heat Detection and Animal Monitoring Made Easier and More Accurate
Research indicates the average estrus cycle lasts up to 32 hours. Optimal insemination time is 10 hours after the onset of estrus. Using activity monitors for heat detection can provide 24/7 monitoring, with immediate reporting capabilities sent directly to your computer, or your cell phone/mobile device. Reduce labor, increase pregnancy rates, decrease days open, and reduce the need for hormone treatments with activity monitoring from GEA Farm Technologies.
Plus, activity monitors are not just for dairy cows. See how activity monitoring can benefit calf and heifer raisers and beef cattle operations. Automatically manage heat detection and improve your reproductive performance!
Finally, there is a simple, accurate and flexible heat detection program that fits any management program, without complication or compromise.
Did you know reproduction is the No. 1 reason for culling cows on today's dairies? Identify cows in heat more accurately with activity monitoring. Also, monitor youngstock prior to milking herd integration.