Milk Monitor is an easy to use web-based application designed to streamline herd data.
You’ll find everything that’s important to your farm in one place.
Milk Monitor is a decision-making tool that uses data from a variety of reliable industry sources such as NML, NMR, CIS, Interherd and Alpro, as well as other dairy farm data across the UK.
This data can be used alongside your own farm’s to produce a wealth of key reports and analysis, giving farmers, vets and consultants a detailed insight into everything from an individual cow’s value, health and performance to a general overview of the success of your herd.
All the data and statistics are presented in either PDF or Excel files, as reports or graphs for instant clarity.
If you would like to find out more, we have created a short demonstration below.
Milk Monitor’s report systems cover all the essential areas of your farm including:
The reports can go even further into the individual health of your animals by looking at cell count, lameness, mastitis and more. See examples of Main Report, Fertility, Yield, Brinkmanship, Somatic Cell Count, Body Condition Score.
To create a sharing culture within Milk Monitor, all the intelligence supplied is 100% anonymous, which means you benefit from access to data from some of the country’s top-performing farms without having to disclose your identity.
Whether it’s fertility, cell counts, medicine usage or milk yield you want to study, you’ll have access to a carefully monitored average – within your farm and the wider area.
There are a variety of graphs that can be included in the benchmarking file, this is an example report
For vets, Milk Monitor is a place where you can see all the farms you work with and quickly determine areas where health and performance need your support and expertise.
Click here for a example of the Overview report.
When it comes to analysing the individual performance of members of your herd, Milk Monitor really excels.
Lists are created effortlessly to track your prize cows in the Top Cow List, pulling all the best milk producers, the most fertile and highest bred cows into one place.
Likewise, those cows that could be costing you money and not performing are easy to identify on the To Be Culled List.