Dairy Production Analytics

Is a digital twin of dairy production with the ability to predict herd reproduction, milk production and animal diseases for 1-2 years or more.

Digital model

DPA combines data from internal systems and external sources, statistical data, economic indicators, data on staff, laboratory data.

Digital model

DPA allows you to reduce costs associated with maintaining cow health, labor and reproduction, as well as solve strategic business tasks: expand production and open new units.

Data sources

DairyComp 305
Dairy Feeder
Dinamica Generale
Dairy Plan
Uniform Agri

Data in a single system

Data in a single system

An integrated approach allows us to see a holistic picture of the integration of technology and business in the enterprise.

  • Sensors and monitoring software​

  • Data analytics​

  • Visualization​

  • Predictive analytics​

  • Prescriptive analytics​

Key metrics monitoring

  • Milking efficiency
  • Diet
  • Health
  • Reproduction

DPA. Anvantages

  • Online monitoring of milk production
  • Online herd monitoring: reproduction, illness, retirement
  • Prediction of milk and livestock production
  • Identification of unproductive cows for culling
  • Identification of factors affecting milk production (temperature, rations, heredity, etc)
  • Building a staff motivation system based on production data

Case studies

Due to the implementation of complex work, it was possible to achieve a significant improvement in production indicators - an increase in milk yield by 6 kg per dairy cow according to the data as of the end of March 2022. Since the project showed a significant economic effect, it was decided to create a digital farm model and methodology.

The owners of Borodulinskoye LLC set the task of increasing the transparency of the farm's operation for a more effective response and management, as well as justifying investments on the part of the company's owners.

During the three months of using DPA, milk production increased by 18% over the previous months. In 2019, in general, milk production increased by an average of 2.05 kg per dairy cow per day, which made it possible to earn about $ 550K.

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