Beef cows stand in a yard© Tim Scrivener
A water trough which measures and collects images of beef cattle could help farmers predict the best time to send animals to market in future. Scientists at SRUC are developing a precision farming tool which uses video imaging technology to track the growth of beef cattle and predict the carcass characteristics of live animals. By collecting 40 different measurements from individual animals, the Beef Monitor system uses live data to create 3D images which can then be analysed and used […]
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