ATL Cowculator 2010 automatically collects and evaluates data from every animal, allowing you to manage your animals with the most up to date information.
It provides complete animal milking and feeding records, helping you to make the best management decisions. Historical data is available for individual animals allowing you to monitor lifetime lactation performance.
The innovative cow calendar allows you to easily check each cows position in the lactation cycle and highlight which cows are not performing.
Versions available for cows, sheep and goats.
- Sort cows every milking, once only or by date
- Automatic uploading, downloading and ration calculations at scheduled times each day
- Design custom reports using the easy to use report designer
- Automatically informs the user when updates to Cowculator are available if the computer is connected to the internet
- Exports data to Uniform and Sum-it software
- Three simple ration calculations including feeding to yield - feeding based upon milk yields - and ration curve - feeding based upon days in milk
- Applied on an individual or group basis and split between parlour and out of parlour feeders
- Yesterdays milk yield, average daily milk yield or the predicted daily yield used in calculations
- Four stage feeding process - steaming up, lead feeding, ration feeding and drying off
- Store milk yields for animal's entire lifetime
- Graphical data available on yearly, monthly and daily milking totals
- Predicted daily yields highlight any milk yield deviations and possible health issues
Animal Health Features:
- Individual animal records allow simple and effective logging of health issues
- Attentions such as high cell count, mastitis, low yields and foot attention
- Full history of medicine use can be logged against each animal
- Printable animal health and medicine reports available
Out of Parlour Feeding Features:
- Graphical display of eaten and uneaten feed
- Attentions for uneaten feed per 24 hours and user selectable number of days
- Attention for high number of visits
- Daily feed history