Reaping the Benefits of Cow Monitoring Systems
Cow monitoring systems have come a long way. Get tips for helping dairy and beef clients maximize herd reproductive performance by using a cow monitoring system along with a synchronization program. Learn how cow monitoring systems currently available on the market differ and how they can be used beyond reproduction to track cow groups, health, location, temperature, nutrition, transition and heat stress.
Phillip Dieter is the chief executive officer of CentralStar Cooperative, a member owner of Select Sires. He has spent his entire career in the world of reproduction, genetics and helping producers maximize results. Over the course of his career, he has inseminated over 100,000 cows, consulted on some of the largest farms in the U.S. and spoken at numerous conventions around the world.
In his current role at CentralStar, he leads a team of nearly 400 employees that work with 9,000 dairy and beef producers. CentralStar specializes in artificial insemination technician service, Dairy Herd Information milk quality testing, semen, embryos, cow monitoring systems and other animal health products. He has spent over 15 years in the cow monitoring space, traveling to several countries with the primary goal of bridging what farmers desire and what his technology can achieve.