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Create Value

Information aids proactive decision making

By collating farm information and synchronising with other available databases, infovet makes it possible to analyse data. Vets, in consultation with farmers, can set custom health alerts for a huge variety of variables to keep a 'watching eye' over the farm. Action plans can easily be produced and progress monitored. Local benchmarking is also possible, giving the farmer a valuable insight into their herd performance.

Performance analyses

One of the most powerful and impressive features of infovet is the ease at which analyses can be produced, including:

  • Diseases – yearly and monthly incidence.
  • Milk production – volume/milksolids/fat/protein/protein:fat ratios/per Ha/per cow.
  • Reproduction – fertility focus report/SR/CR/in calf rate/calving rate etc.
  • Mastitis – yearly and monthly incidence/occurrence relative to calving/ herd test SCC data/BMSCC.

Health alerts

Imagine setting thresholds for health targets and having infovet inform your vet when something is amiss...

  • Health targets such as BMSCC levels are set by the veterinarian working in consultation with their farmer client.
  • infovet scans data daily and notifies the vet of any issues arising on any of the farms under their care.
  • Early awareness results in a quick response and superior results.

Key Outcomes

Greater efficiency on farm

  • Vets arrive on farm prepared with timely and accurate info.
  • Cowside data such as pregnancy testing information is entered in real time. This increases the accuracy and speed of the overall job.
  • Pregnancy data is automatically uploaded to Minda and Mistro, saving the farmer the hassle of entering the data.
  • Professional reporting of calving and induction lists is simplified.

Improved farm performance and profitability

  • Less mastitis and a lower BMSCC through facilitation of problem analysis and early notification of issues.
  • Improved reproductive performance through analysis of reproductive data and interventions.
  • Continuity of care for farmers where multiple vets service individual farms by allowing shared access to animal and farm histories.
  • Facilitates benchmarking against other farms.