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CréaScan®VL, the connected tool for managing performance on dairy farms

Evaluate and understand to make better decisions

In a complex dairy market, understanding how to make technical progress is essential if you want manage your farm more efficiently.
CréaScan®VL is a piece of decision-making software developed by the CCPA Group, which can be accessed on computers, smartphones and digital tablets. It allows French dairy farmers and their nutrition technicians on line access to their production performances and exclusive explanatory factors from an analysis of your dairy production data and fatty acid analyses of the tank milk.
Farmers, in tandem with their technicians, base their decisions on relevant, objective data and indicators linked directly to their farms to detect deviations in performance and make the right decisions in their nutritional choices.
 
 
 
CréaScan®VL analyses and interprets data from each farm, giving users of the software access to:
  • a summary of the farm’s performance indicators,
  • herd and individual (per cow) monitoring of deviations in performances and nutritional anomalies,
  • technical criteria that explain the performances observed.
All based on and adapted to the production objectives defined by each farm.
 

CréaScan®VL, a responsive, connected and automated tool

 
 
 

CréaScan®VL answers specific questions such as:

“Is my dairy cow feed ration efficient? Should I change it? ”
“Is my fodder being used properly? ”
“What is the protein yield of my feed ration? ”
“What is the energy cover of my feed ration? ”
“The fat rating or the protein rating have fallen, what’s happening? What should I do? ”
“Are my cows expressing their full potential? ”
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