eCow Ltd.

6 products found

Products

  • eCow - Motility Sensor

    eCow - Motility Sensor

    The device measures rumen activity through two pressure sensors. These pressure sensors are fed into the cow’s rumen through a cannula stopper (Bar Diamond used as default) and positioned in two different locations within the rumen, typically in the upper ventral sac and reticulum. They connect to an electronic logger outside the cow which will record readings every second and display real-time readings as well as battery power and time. The...

  • eCow - Variation of Farmbolus

    eCow - Variation of Farmbolus

    When a herd of cows has a nutritional problem, it is hard to see what it is. SARA is a common diagnosis but where is the evidence? Very often the diet formulation looks OK but as we know, silage varies through the clamp, people don’t put the right ingredients in or they have a disorderly routine. The rumen bolus tells you what is really happening. A Vetpack gives you all you need to monitor a herd for 3 months by which time you will have...

  • eCow - Farmpack Contains

    eCow - Farmpack Contains

    We developed the Farmpack to be specifically aimed at farmers. When a Vet/Nutritionist has visited and diagnosed SARA, the Farmpack is the solution. The Farmpack’s purpose is to help the monitoring of the cows, giving the vet the data that he needs to pinpoint the problem and solve it.

  • eCow - Left Displaced Abomasum (LDA)

    eCow - Left Displaced Abomasum (LDA)

    Left Displaced Abomasum (LDA) is a condition in which the abomasum (see biology of the rumen) moves into the empty space left after calving. Usually situated on the lower right hand side of the abdomen, in LDA the abomasum moves to the upper left side of the abdomen, causing problems with digestion and gut flow.

  • eCow - Subacute Ruminal Acidosis (SARA)

    eCow - Subacute Ruminal Acidosis (SARA)

    With the growing demand for milk and reducing costs on farms, methods for increasing productivity have included a switch from high fibre diets to diets high in grains (carbohydrates). While this method of increasing productivity does provide results, there are substantial downsides associated with the health of the cow which are often not visible to the farmer. Large quantities of grain in a cow’s diet often leads to a more acidic rumen...

  • eCow - Mycotoxins

    eCow - Mycotoxins

    The three genera of fungi (mould) Aspergillus, Fusarium and Penicillium are all known to infect crops, particularly crops under poor management conditions. If exposed to one or more of these types of fungi cattle can also become infected, resulting in a disease known as mycosis. However this...