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News | 15/01/2019

Stray voltage on dairy farms

Stray voltage on dairy farms

Are your cows acting nervous or upset, without an obvious reason? Stray voltage can be measured, tracked down and often resolved quickly.

Research projects

First-aid for heat stressed cow

Main research questionBeef and dairy cattle farmers are acutely aware of the effects of heat stress on their animals during the past hot summers. They also have questions about what they can do to mitigate the consequences. This project aims to support Flemish cattle farmers in the choice of appropriate preventive measures.

First-aid for heat stressed cow

News | 18/01/2021

Field beans in dairy cattle farming: toasting (for) success?

Field beans in dairy cattle farming: toasting (for) success?

Field beans are an interesting alternative for imported soy in dairy production, but only if the beans are first heated. Those are the results from the ILVO-study within the EKOPTI project. Heating is required for good digestion and also helps in storage.

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Grazing Cow Monitor

Grazing Cow Monitor

De grazing cow monitor is één van de use cases in het IOF2020-project. Dit Europese project wil het gebruik van technologie en data in de landbouwsector wil stimuleren.

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Grazing Cow Monitor EN

Grazing Cow Monitor EN

The grazing cow monitor is one of the use cases of the IOF2020 project. This European project wants to increase the use of technology and data in the agricultural sector.

News | 24/08/2021

Beer draff, rapeseed meal and seaweed for methane reduction in dairy cattle

Beer draff, rapeseed meal and seaweed for methane reduction in dairy cattle

LA trail HappyCliMi is testing the use of rapeseed meal and draff in feed rations for dairy cattle in practice, as well as screening other locally-available feedstocks and byproducts for their potential for methane-reducing potential in dairy cattle.

News | 03/06/2019

Internet-of-Cows: sensors for detection of heat and calving in dairy cattle

Internet-of-Cows: sensors for detection of heat and calving in dairy cattle

Sensors that continuously measure dairy cow behaviors such as lying down, walking, standing, eating and ruminating can predict timing of heat and calving within 2 and 24 hours in advance with high accuracy.

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