Ag-102 Animal

Termometer

co-designed by veterinarians, dairymen and cattlemen. Clinical temperature accuracy for field use. The ultimate product for temping large animals in the field. Lightweight yet extremely rugged.

3846 Business Park Drive
Amarillo, Texas 79110 USA 

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Phone: 806.353.8247
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Monitors and collects data that is sent directly to your desktop or mobile device via wifi. Cloud based data allows for 24/7 access, wireless gateway, remote locations. Clinically accurate. University / Research / Commercial. Purchase or partner.

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The challenge of consistently detecting sick cattle is

a large task for any size operation. Finding key personnel who have the ability to recognize early symptoms of depression is an equally large task.


Cattle fever is typically the first sign of Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD), manifesting 24-72 hours before visual signs, depressed appetite and dehydration become apparent.

Diagnosing fever early in the disease process will lead to effective and timely treatments, thus reducing the effects of costly disease management.

By continuously monitoring your cattle’s temperature in an undisturbed state, you can create a straight forward and uncomplicated process to identify challenged cattle or cattle that require further diagnosis.


"Since we've started using FeverTags, we've been able to significantly reduce our medicine cost, along with decreasing our death loss."

Toby Crow
Manager, Rafter 3 Feedyard
Dimmit, Texas



TEMPERATURE + DURATION = FEVER

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Monitors every 15 minutes with

red flashing light, alarming once your timing parameters have been met. Once alarm flashes, remove cattle to verify with rectal temperature and proceed with established treatment protocol.