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Research Article | 11-October-2018

A Sensor-Based Forage Monitoring of Grazing Cattle in Dairy Farming

Arduino uno, Accelerometer sensor, Wi-Fi module, and a battery for power supply. This helps the cattle owners to monitor the cattle condition at remote distance via wireless communication. The device was placed on 30 cows and 65 real-time datasets were recorded in which 30 datasets indicated bite event, 26 datasets indicated chew event and 14 datasets indicated chew–bite event and it was verified.

J. Suganthi Jemila, S. Suja Priyadharsini

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 11 , ISSUE 1, 1–9

Research Article | 25-October-2017

Disintegration of cattle hoof prints in cracking-clay soils of the arid South Australian Stony Plains region during a wet period

Recovery of clay-soil microtopography from trampling by cattle was assessed over 247 days in the Stony Plains region of South Australia during La Niña conditions. Hoof prints took 96 to 247 days to disintegrate. Several prints were still visible nearly seven months after initial measurement. Print volume and area declined more-or-less uniformly over time, but were still considerable for prints present at the end of the study. Rain may facilitate the surface recovery of cracking-clay soils from

HELEN P. WAUDBY, SOPHIE PETIT

South Australian Geographical Journal, Volume 113 , 5–12

Article | 01-March-2015

CONSTRUCTION OF TRACEABILITY SYSTEM FOR MAINTENANCE OF QUALITY AND SAFETY OF BEEF

, including the individual identification of cattle, data encoding, data synchronization technology between the business and the central database and multi-platform tracing techniques. Through the use of RFID technology, all aspects of information for each head of beef cattle from breeding, slaughtering, processing, cold chain storage and transportation can be tracked and traced, and a quality retrospective file which can be queried on the Internet network for each head of beef cattle is formed. Solve the

Wanli Zhang, Xiaoying Yang, Qixiang Song

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 8 , ISSUE 1, 782–800

Original Paper | 26-August-2016

Molecular Characterization of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli Strains Isolated in Poland

distribution of various virulence determinants among STEC strains isolated in Poland from different sources. A total of 71 Shiga toxin-producing E. coli strains isolated from human, cattle and food over the years 1996–2010 were characterized by microarray and PCR detection of virulence genes. As stx1a subtype was present in all of the tested Shiga toxin 1 producing E. coli strains, a greater diversity of subtypes was found in the gene stx2, which occurred in five subtypes: stx2a, stx2b, stx2c, stx2d

Aleksandra Januszkiewicz, Waldemar Rastawicki

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 65 , ISSUE 3, 261–269

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