Early disease detection for calves and precise breeding solutions.
Monitor the health status of each cow and manage your calves with out app.
Uncomfortable manually managing your cattle?
FarmersHands makes precise breeding possible
by collecting data on and monitoring
calves’ suckling, rumination, cough frequency,
rest time, eating, physical activity, and more.
A pioneer in good husbandry, FarmersHands uses
precise signal analysis technology
to extract specific and accurate information
to make precise preceding possible.
Precise signal analysis
Analyzes delicate movement signals using a sensor on the calf’s neck.
Collects precise information on daily suckling, rumination, cough, rest, eating and activity.
Comfortable-to-attach and reusable sensor provides early disease detection.
Accurate grasp of behavior.
FarmersHands has analyzed over 1.4 million hours of data using Al Behavior Analysis.
Various agencies have verified the accuracy of all data analysis identifying calves’ main behavior.
Accumulated data time.
Accumulated disease notification.
Precise Breeding Environment.
Through the app, check the health status of each individual calf
to create a precise breeding environment that manages the growth of your calves.
1. Check the calf's health at any time and respond quickly to signs of disease.
By monitoring the behavior of each calf 24 hours a day,
you will not miss the treatment window. You can take immediate action.
The current death rate of v=calves for farmers is 13.2%.
Through the use of our product, we have been able to lower that rate to 1%.
*Evaluation of 'excellent' of demonstration tasks by presidential agencies.
2. It helps increase farm revenue.
FarmersHands early disease detection alerts assist farms in taking prompt action,
leading to improved calf weight gain and reduced individual variations.
In an empirical study comparing a group that took actions based on FarmersHands alerts
and a group that did not, the results showed a significant increase in weight gain,
with an average increase of 12.4kg per individual.
Additionally, the study observed a decrease in individual variations and a lower proportion of calves with low weight gain.
Ensuring the growth of a healthy herd
begins with detailed management from birth.