Antelliq expands into the beef cattle market with a new monitoring solution for beef cow farms

Farmer using Sensetime App

The Allflex® SenseTime Beef solution brings a new management approach to the beef cattle sector

London, UK (June 5th, 2018) —Antelliq, is pleased to introduce the SenseTime Beef cow monitoring solution, a new monitoring solution designed exclusively for beef cattle farms.

SenseTime Beef delivers actionable information on the reproduction, health, and wellbeing status of individual cows and groups, enabling beef cattle farmers to increase their calve production. The new solution was developed by Antelliq brand Allflex Livestock Intelligence™, which leveraged its extensive expertise in dairy cow monitoring to address the specialized needs of the beef cattle sector.

Data-driven real-time actionable information improves cattle’s wellbeing and productivity

The data-driven SenseTime Beef monitoring solution brings a contemporary management approach to the beef farm sector. Using Allflex’s market-proven, sophisticated algorithms to analyze behavior based on activity, rumination, eating and other key cow states, it gives farmers a new way to use advanced beef cow monitoring to improve the productivity and efficiency of their farm. In addition to reproduction, this includes optimizing health treatments, interventions, and overall cow wellbeing, as well as improving group and nutrition management.

The release of SenseTime beef marks a substantial milestone for Antelliq, another advance in its drive to provide smart data-based solutions and services for the improved management and wellbeing of livestock, fish and pets.

“SenseTime Beef is a natural expansion for Antelliq, building on our extensive know-how and proven leadership in animal identification and monitoring solutions to address the needs of another livestock sector,” commented Dr. Stefan Weiskopf, CEO, Antelliq. “Our deep expertise in big data technologies and ongoing R&D investment will continue to fuel our ability to innovate new solutions and approaches that enhance animal care and farming sustainability.”

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