Body condition

The analysis of BCS (Body Condition Score) and BFT (Body Fat Thickness) data is possible over freely selectable periods of time, giving you the chance to specifically assess the condition of your animals and react to over- or under-conditioned animals.

By evaluating BCS and BFT data, you get important information about the body condition of your animals. The body condition score provides an assessment of body weight in relation to body condition assessment, while the body fat thickness (BFT) provides information on the energy supply of the animals.

Body condition scoring is an extremely valuable tool to control cows’ metabolism and monitor their body condition throughout lactation. The decisive factor here lies in the course of body condition during lactation. Feeding errors and metabolic problems quickly become apparent in the body condition of dairy cows.

The ability to analyze this data over different time periods allows you to track changes in the body condition of your animals. This allows you to target deviations from optimal condition and take appropriate action to optimize the health and performance of your herd.

The evaluation of BCS and BFT data is therefore an indispensable tool for making informed decisions about the management of your animals. It allows you to keep a close eye on the condition of your animals, promoting their long-term well-being and productivity.