Livestock Management Using Digital Technology

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M.Tamilarasi
S.Karthikeyan
P.Roopanraj
S.Muthukumar

Keywords

Application, Animal health, Trading, Government schemes, Infrastructure

Abstract

There is a lack of awareness among people on how to take care of their animals and how to prevent animals from getting affected. This proposed system will provide precautions and prevention methods to take care of their animals more safely and healthily. Our main objective is to give healthcare tips to people so they can easily take care of their animals and also by providing veterinary support to the users virtually and by providing better feeding management for domestic animals to increase their productivity and for pet animals to make them grow healthier. Apart from this our proposed system will also support buying and selling animals. Better Infrastructure for livestock shed spacing is also provided. The main benefit of our proposed system will be more useful for people who have less knowledge of animals and it will be more profitable for domestic animal caretakers the buying and selling option can be done virtually without any brokerage.

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