Register calves from your calving shed in under a minute.Read more
Herdwatch allows you to apply for a Movement Cert on the spot and complete the movement process in a minute.Read more
Keep on top of your herd with constant access to your animal details i.e. Age, TB date when you want. Get daily reminders in the Watchboard and produce reports in seconds.Read more
Dairy farmers save 2 hours per week on average with the Herdwatch farm management app.
Any event such as, a remedy treatment or feed purchase is recorded in Herdwatch to ensure you are fully compliant always. Record farm events as they happen using your smart phone tablet or PC even without an internet connection. The app allows farmers to record events such as animal remedy usage in real-time from the Milking Parlour or the Crush, this information is then backed up to the cloud when an internet connection is available which means your vital records will be safe always.
What Compliance information can I record in Herdwatch?
Herdwatch is a vital aid for Dairy farmers to efficiently manage their farm. All farm events that are recorded in Herdwatch can be easily viewed to make informed management decisions in Herdwatch.
The Watchboard is a dashboard where Dairy farmers can get daily reminders and notifications on animals that might need attention or tasks that need to be completed.
The Watchboard will notify dairy farmers of:
One of the key benefits of Herdwatch is having all your animal’s details on the spot. As Herdwatch is truly mobile you have access to your information 24/7 even when you don’t have an internet connection. So, if you’re out in the field and want to check the last time a cow got treated for Mastitis you can.
Recording events for large groups of animals in Herdwatch is quick and easy. You can create custom groups for your animals when you want. Simply name the group and add your animals.
A treatment for 100 cows can be entered in under a minute as Herdwatch allows you to group and filter animals so you can select the animals you treated quickly.
Herdwatch also comes preloaded with automatic filters which allow you to quickly identify animals that are Bought in, Moved Out, 70+ days in Herd and animals under 30 months quickly.
Herdwatch displays animals in the way you want. You can sort your animals by Tag Number, Age youngest or oldest first, freezebrand and date moved in or out.
Do away with your Record books. Record remedies and feed purchases on the spot with Herdwatch..
Never miss another heat! Herdwatch will remind you when your cow is due to come in-heat or repeat.
Register calves as you tag them, it takes less than 30 seconds.
The breeding period can be one of the busiest times of the year for dairy farmers. When your managing breeding for cows as well as every other aspect of the farm, it can be difficult to record everything accurately.
Herdwatch makes recording and managing breeding events easier than ever for Dairy Farmers. It will help you manage the full breeding cycle, from Heat Checks to Inseminations and Pregnancy Scanning. Helping you achieve a compact calving season.
All breeding information can be viewed in the Breeding section of Herdwatch. Farmers can access information in easy to understand reports which can also be printed off at the touch of a button.
The views available in the breeding section include:
Everything that is recorded in Herdwatch can be easily produced as a report, these reports can either be viewed in the Herdwatch app or can be easily produced as PDF or Excel reports.
Herdwatch is about much more than just recording farm events and meeting basic compliance requirement guidelines.
Herdwatch gives you power to make informed decisions using based on the information that has been recorded over the past year.
You can produce reports for:
"Herdwatch saves me hours and allows me to register the calves as I tag them. I don’t have to spend an hour or two in front of the computer anymore when I get off the farm."
"I record all my injections and tubes into the app there and then. I also find it great for keeping an eye on what animals are in withdrawal. It just takes the guesswork out of it."