Dairy Data Warehouse (DDW) is a specialist dairy data company providing digital solutions for a sustainable, profitable future for dairy farmers and stakeholders throughout the dairy industry. We specialize in dairy farm data services for dairy farmers and independent dairy farm consultants as well as a large range of companies in the dairy value chain such as feeding, genetic or animal health companies.
We invent and enable data driven solutions for a sustainable dairy future. We are passionate about the benefits of bringing dairy data from its isolated location on farm to the cloud and enabling the dairy industry and dairy farmers to fully benefit from artificial intelligence as they shape modern, sustainable dairy farming.
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Predicta GUARDIANClassic transition cow diseases such as mastitis, lameness, retained placenta, milk fever, ketosis or displaced abomasum happen in the first 4 to 6 weeks of lactation. If a cow gets sick during this stage it will affect the whole lactation cycle and a cow will not reach her full genetic potential. These diseases are very costly and can easily go unnoticed. Managing dry cows and their transition period successfully is the foundation for lactation success. Using your farm’s existing herd management software, Predicta GUARDIAN analyses the milk recording or milk meter data along with reproduction from a cow’s previous lactation to determine whether a cow is at risk for transition diseases(s). Predicta GUARDIAN generates alarms to farmers/vets directly via whatsapp, email or sms for individual animals at risk during the dry period 6-8 weeks prior to the actual disease. This is impossible to detect with standard blood, milk or urine testing.
Predicta GUARDIAN. For farmers who don't wait till it's too late.This video highlights how Predicta GUARDIAN helps dairy farmers detect transition cow diseases before they even occur using the power of Artificial Intelligence. Many transition cow diseases go unnoticed, and this not only affects milk production not allowing a cow to reach her full genetic potential, but it also negatively impacts conception. Detecting disease early can greatly affect the productivity and sustainability of a farm. This in turn allows the dairy farm to be more productive.