GPS eartag for cattle
The grazed animals feel much better outdoors, develop more beautifully, and are healthier. It is in everyone’s interest to sustain grazing as much as possible worldwide.
This is significant not only from the perspective of animal health but also in terms of landscape maintenance and preserving biodiversity.
Modern technologies should be utilized in grazing as well. Using GPS satellites, we can track the movement of animals, and from sensor data, we can infer their activity, health status, nutrition, or even their reproductive period. We are developing sophisticated sensors that animals can comfortably wear in their ears, allowing us to continuously monitor and ensure the safety of our livestock.
Gone are the days of laborious manual tracking and monitoring of your herd. Our GPS eartag allows you to easily and accurately track your cattle’s location and activity, providing you with valuable insights that can help improve your farm’s efficiency and profitability.
This state-of-the-art ear tag utilizes cutting-edge GPS technology to deliver real-time location and movement data straight to your device. With the ability to track your cattle’s whereabouts, you can ensure their safety and prevent any potential theft or loss.
Our GPS eartags are designed to be durable and long-lasting, ensuring that they withstand even the toughest conditions. Plus, they are comfortable for the cattle to wear, making them a humane and practical option for livestock management.
Not only does our GPS eartag help with monitoring and security, but it also aids in animal health management. With access to real-time data on your cattle’s activity levels, you can quickly identify any abnormal behavior or health issues and take appropriate action.
Investing in our GPS eartag for your cattle will save you time, money, and worry. Experience the benefits of modern livestock management today – order your GPS eartags now and take your farming operation to the next level!
The strong green flashing LED on the device helps the farmer find the animal even in low light.
The story of the lost calf
A few years ago, we started developing GPS-enabled cattle ear tags. After the first few prototypes were completed,...