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Uniform Agri Global Software, Multi Lingual, easy to use. Contains Cow Identification, Production, Reproduction, Cow Fertility, Bull data, Feeding, Health information. Extensive reporting and action recomendations
Sales price $3,426.50

   The program can store all cow related data in a modern database. The database contains data in the following areas:

  • Cow identification
  • Cow reproduction
  • Cow production
  • Cow fertility data
  • Health and medicine data (SCC)
  • Bull data
  • Offspring and ancestors
  • Buying and selling data



Data entry of day to day data is important for the success of  the use of the system. Therefore UNIFORM has made a special data-entry screen. It is a very quick way of entering data. After entering the animal number, the program comes with the most likely suggestion what could be the case with the cow. (If you enter a cow number about 220 days after insemination, the program suggest you want to enter a dry off date). Within one screen all data concerned day-to-day cow issues can be entered.

Farmers experience this part of the program as very user friendly, quick and complete.


For the herdsman there are several actionlists. One of them is presented beside. This gives the herdsman a complete  overview of the fertility status per animal. He knows what to expect from each animal. Cows due to become in heat, cows that are 21 days after last heat, cows that are inseminated (21 and 42 days) and cows to be checked by the veterinarian for pregnancy. Later in lactation cows are listed that need to be dried off and cows that are due to calve.

This list can be printed as a pocket list, or attentions can be combined with deviations in milk production by milk meters.


The results from insemination are very important to manage. Bad results do cost a lot of extra semen and there are less calfs and production is lower. This is why the results from insemination need to be monitored very intense. With the graphic shown here it is easy to see that the first period was OK, but halfway the problems start. Every red block is an insemination. If the block is positioned above the previous one, the insemination was successful (pregnant). When it is below, the insemination was not successful. This gives a very quick overview and as soon as results are declining, it is obvious in the graph. That is the ultimate why of monitoring fertility data, in just one screen.


To analyse the production, milk yields per animal need to be available. This can be based on either milk meters, or manual collected data of results from official recording. Just a list of yields per animal doesn’t tell if cows are producing as they shout. The SPP (Standardised Peak Production) tells you immediately if cows are doing as may be expected based upon age and days in lactation. In the example beside, the SPP differs far to much in the several segments. This means cows are probably not fed well in the second period (60 to 120 days in lactation) and this most likely cause fertility problems. All this information is hided in the milk yields. With the SPP the information can come out to benefit the farmer.


To monitor general herd performances on a monthly basis is the best tool to have control over the herd itself. For every consultant it is important to know where the results are coming from and where they are going. This is essential for the consultancy he gives. With the extra module presented beside, this is all possible. It is good to know that the day-to-day data entry is the base for these data. So the herdsman only needs to enter the data once, and the data go into a powerful database. The software can make straightforward action lists, but also do good analyses on production and fertility and on top of that the same data is used automatically for the monthly monitoring of the herd in total.

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