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Operating wirelessly, AfiActII heat detection system significantly improves pregnancy rates, less open days, fertility performance and reduces operating costs; thus savings of $100-$150 per cow per lactation. • Most accurate system on the market • Highest heat detection rate, lowest rate of false alerts • Results updated every hour • Collects behavior data anywhere on the farm — up to hundreds of meters • The highly scalable, adaptable system • Supports any herd size • Integrates with AfiMilk’s farm and milking parlor management system • Accessible from the Web on any type of device • Available as a standalone system • Simple, easy installation • Off-the-shelf Wi-Fi router • No need for network cabling
Product URL: http://www.afimilk.com/siteFiles/1/2499/78361.asp
Founded in 1977, AfiMilk is the global leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing cutting edge computerized systems for the modern dairy farm and herd management. A pioneer in the field, afimilk introduced the world’s first electronic milk meter 25 years ago and since has continued to provide advanced solutions for the milking parlor having installed more than 1600 computerized management systems, 110,000 milk meters and over one million ID tags in more than 50 countries on five continents.
Manufacturer: AfiMilk Ltd.
Company Website: http://www.afimilk.com
Company Phone Number: 972-4-6754811
Contact Email: http://www.afimilk.com
Contact Phone: 972-4-6754811
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