The 5 steps to implement
technology on your farm
Get to know our livestock technification method where in five steps you can start your technification process today
Step 1 | Livestock of meat and milk
The modernization of your livestock company starts with you
Have a smartphone or tablet available on the farm.
Record day-to-day eventualities every week.
Carry an agricultural agenda online: Activities, invima, appointments with veterinarians.
Step 2 | Milk herds
Milk production and sale register
Start taking digital control of milk production and sales.
Identify anomalies in the production of your farm from the palm of your hand.
Contact your workers if you identify changes in production.
Teach your workers the habit of keeping track.
Step 2 | Beef herds
Inventory control: How much cattle do I have, I sell and buy
Record each purchase of livestock from your stud farm.
Keep an inventory updated in real time with the number of animals on your farm.
Record each sale of livestock from your stud farm.
Step 3 | Livestock of milk and meat
Start creating resumes per animal
Generate one basic resume per animal.
Keep a complete inventory where you can know how many animals are loaded, about to give birth.
Start carrying the basic eventualities of caring for your animals.
Step 3 | Beef herds
Control and monitoring of the evolution of weight and feeding of your livestock
Weigh your animals at least every three (3) months.
Track the feeding, supplementation and age of the animal.
Step 4 | Livestock of meat and milk
100% technified livestock company
Detailed resume per animal from birth to present.
Connected smartphone available per worker and work orders sent directly to the app.
Veterinarian connected in real time with animal health status.
Step 5 | Livestock of meat and milk
Livestock of the future
Use of NFC technology to identify your animals through ear muffs.
Share reports for analysis and decision-making in real time.
Connectivity and communication with suppliers, associations and commercial houses via app.
Purchase of semen and genetic advances.