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Heat detection in dairy cows by means of motion sensors and the economic evaluation of sensor use

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BrunstMonitoring
Coordination for vetmeduni vienna
Iwersen Michael
Coordination in general
Wolfgang Auer
Smartbow GmbH, Jutogasse 3, 4675 Weibern, Austria
Duration
01.11.16-31.10.18
Programme
FFG-Industrienahe Dissertationen 2015 2. AS Forschungspartnerschaften
Type of Research
Applied research
Vetmed Research Units
Clinical Unit of Herd Management in ruminants
Funded by
FFG - Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft, Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Austria
3 Publications

Schweinzer, V; Gusterer, E; Kanz, P; Krieger, S; Süss, D; Lidauer, L; Berger, A; Kickinger, F; Öhlschuster, M; Auer, W; Drillich, M; Iwersen, M (2019): Evaluation of an ear-attached accelerometer for detecting estrus events in indoor housed dairy cows. Theriogenology. 2019; 130:19-25

Krieger, S; Oczak, M; Kickinger, F; Lidauer, L; Auer, W; Drillich, M; Iwersen, M (2018): Precision livestock farming - Potential use of an accelerometer for predicting parturition in dairy cows [Digitalisierung in der Landwirtschaft - Perspektivischer Einsatz eines Beschleunigungssensors zur Geburiserkennung bei Milchkühen]. Tierarztliche Umschau 2018; 73: 58-64

Krieger, S; Sattlecker, G; Kickinger, F; Auer, W; Drillich, M; Iwersen, M (2018): Prediction of calving in dairy cows using a tail-mounted tri-axial accelerometer: A pilot study. Biosystems Engineering 173: 79-84.

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