- The tag can be used on any animal and is reusable, making Herdsy highly flexible and cost-effective
- Radio Frequency Technology Tag with a range of up to 30km, line of sight
- GPS – One of the only Beef Tags in the world to have it.
- Google maps integrated
- Geofencing capability helps protect against animals straying, escaping or stolen
- The vast majority of installations will not require wi-fi or cellular technology
- Extensive data is logged and analysed with custom alerts being configurable
- One tag per animal or, more cost-effectively, two tags per herd with data extrapolated across the herd
- Benchmarking against industry or similar farm benchmarks
- 24×7 monitoring with alerts on atypical behaviour vs animal history or herd averages
- Customised data sharing (initiated by the farmer), e.g. to local Vet both to get earlier intervention or to avoid unnecessary site visits
- Cost and Revenue tracker per animal and herd to identify impacts on profitability
Herdsy How it Work?
That can be used on a wide range of animals
- The farmer buys tags and places
- The tag measures biomedical data
- The data is automatically transferred
- Identify individual animals to monitor and track activity
- Alerts, though the website, messaging or smartphone app
- Identify cost and profitability drivers as per your inputs.
- Summarised and anonymous best-case performance data
- Time-based data can be shared, on request
ANIMALS TRACKING TECHNOLOGY
- Animal technology focuses on animal management
- Herdsy does this but, most importantly, extends this to include the impact on farm profitability.
- Recording costs of goods and services, e.g. feed for the herd and vet interventions by animal grades and revenues achieved from meat processors.
- Early identification of issues such as potential lameness, reduced activity
- Monitoring of location to manage grazing patterns
- Input costs and revenues are tracked to identify cost and profitability drivers
- Optional remote sharing of data with vets to review animal activity and health, both today and in the past
- Optional remote sharing of animal quantities and readiness for the market with cattle buyers to streamline the supply chain