Chorus Ruminants 4.0: the feed rationing software for precision nutrition

Since 1987, the CCPA Group has been developing its expertise in designing ruminant feed rationing software, used in the field. Today, more than 1,000 nutrition technicians, market managers and ruminant specialists in France and throughout the world use the CCPA Group’s ruminant feed rationing software. Chorus® Ruminant 4.0 software is the latest version developed by the firm.

Designed in close collaboration with nutrition technicians in order to provide the best response to needs in the field, Chorus® Ruminant 4.0 software enables you to:

  • optimise feed rations to order, meeting the technical and commercial objectives of livestock farmers,
  • calculate feed rations for all ruminants (cattle, sheep and goats) and all feed systems.

It is a leading-edge tool that incorporates the latest knowledge in animal nutrition and a high performance calculation engine, from conventional calculation to economic optimisation, taking in à la carte feed rationing.

The software’s power enables ruminant specialists to present livestock farmers with a swift, reliable diagnostic of the balance of their feed ration, with more than 100 analysis criteria available.

Moreover, printouts come in very visual summary form, to facilitate understanding and monitoring of feed rationing.

Lastly, the software has been conceived and constructed to facilitate its management in each firm, for greater consistency and time saving for every user. The data are thus centralised in an integrated system, compatible with major formulation software like Allix, Format and Libra.

CHORUS® Ruminant 4.0 is a high performance, versatile and evolutive software package, a key tool for ruminant specialists, that aims to assist and meet the new expectations of livestock farmers, whether from a technical, economic or environmental point of view.

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