What is a conformation tracker?
Conformation is an assessment of the growth of animals on a daily basis so that one can form a great athlete. A good conformation tool helps in evaluating the overall performance and track the growth of animals. It is a fully automated tool which can be used by farm managers to track cattle’s physical health. With the help of the application, owners of cattle can track their daily activities and growth. This assessment tool can be customized according to the requirement.
It is an amazing conformation tracker system which allows administration to manage the overall process flawlessly. The aim of the software is to give the owner and farm manager flexibility to manage the conformation process of cattle easily.
This tool can be used by any person who owns a farm where animals/cattle/studs are trained and regular checkups are done to keep track of their growth. The main aim of people who are using this tool is to reduce the headache of paperwork and maintain the entire assessment process online.
Let’s take an example of horse conformation. Trainers prepare horses for long-term horse racing events, and for that it is important for them to examine their physical fitness. There are different factors included like tracking of walk, movements, throat latch, head, neck, front column of bones, topline, rear column of bones and examining the entire structural growth. Such horses need a special attendant to track their growth. Perhaps, trainers leave their horses in a farm where a manager is assigned to evaluate and assess the growth of the stud.
This process of assessment can be done effectively with the help of our conformation tracker application where farm managers can do the conformation and owners can track their growth through application. Our conformation tool is developed on a strong framework to make sure our client receives a fully functional & excellent solution without any loop holes.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CONFORMATION TOOL
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Projects: HORSE CONFORMATION TOOL
Tech Stack: ASP.Net Zero Framework