PLAIN CITY, Ohio — The CowManager system’s new module, Find my Cow, is now officially available for sale in the United States and Canada through the Select Sires federation. Using Find my Cow will save you time and money when looking for cows in heat, sick cows, cull cows and even cows in the wrong pens.

During the entire Find my Cow project, CowManager remained focused on the company’s vision to develop smart and easy-to-understand solutions to make producers’ lives easier, saving on labor costs. Find my Cow comes with a user-friendly cow locator device, which enables producers to quickly find cows in the barn and outside on pasture. The installation is very easy. There is no need for extra beacons or calibrations and the module is compatible with all of CowManager’s operational systems.

When using the CowManager web application or mobile app, users can select the cow number(s) they want to find and the ear sensor will receive a signal that makes them visible for the Find my Cow locator. The locator can find cows up to 300-meters (984 feet) in free line of sight.

When walking in the barn or pasture, you will be guided via the easy-to-understand seven-color user interface. Red means that you are far away from the cow with lights changing to orange, yellow and green as you get closer to the cow. Find my Cow also shows which employee found which cow at what time. The daily work-lists available on the locator are easy to use.

To introduce Find my Cow in the United States and Canada, CowManager is offering a 10 percent discount on the software. To qualify for the discount, visit www.cowmanager.com and select the Contact tab. Fill out the form to be contacted by a Select Sires sales representative in your area.

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