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Kevin Lobo, FB Tech Review | Friday, June 18, 2021
Increased use of precise, reliable, and consistent livestock production tools has enhanced cattle monitoring, administration, and movement, resulting in significant productivity benefits across the farming industry.
FREMONT, CA: The advancement and use of modern technology have significantly improved the health of livestock and farm animals. High profitability and well-organized livestock management are two of the advantages. Furthermore, increased use of precise, reliable, and consistent livestock production tools has enhanced cattle monitoring, administration, and movement, resulting in significant productivity benefits across the farming industry.
Here are a few best methods for easy and effective livestock management so that the cattle provide better results:
Provide Nutritional Diet
Always choose nutrient-dense feedstuffs to help the cattle attain their peak levels of productivity. The production of both milk and meat will be maximized with less red meat and more feed variety. In addition, animals' overall nutrition intake and resistance to unbearable diseases will improve if they are fed less human food and allowed to graze on meadows with high fiber content.
By giving appropriate and precise interpretations in the form of structural figures, technology facilitates dependable and accurate examining of animal health. Furthermore, imaging equipment and livestock scales have arrived, allowing remote monitoring of animal health and assisting farmers in making educated decisions about rearing and feeding practices. Depending on the budget, one can buy various makes and types of livestock scales on the market. These automated cattle scales are durable, cost-effective, and precise for the following applications:
If one keeps track of livestock performance, they may readily identify healthy breeds that perform better and weed out the unproductive types to use for other purposes. Additionally, checking animal weight allows for early disease detection and prevents deadly infections from spreading to other farm animals. Monitoring livestock will also aid in determining the best time for weaning and selecting animals for crossbreeding.
Take Adequate Measures
Imported animals from temperate areas frequently lack resilience to heat, humidity, ticks, parasites, and tropical diseases, so it is critical to keep them in clean stalls away from disease vectors. Rather than allowing the farm animals to graze, one must cut hay and feed it to them in stalls. One can also buy imported feed that is guaranteed to be of high quality.