CalfTrack Calf Management System
Getting calves off to a good start is the first step in producing healthy, well grown replacement animals that are ready to enter the milking herd at 22 to 24 months of age. To meet this goal employees must provide consistent, quality care for calves, particularly during the preweaning period.
Consistency is achieved by following standardized procedures. Training is essential to teach every employee the same procedures. A good training program helps employees understand how to do their job and why it is important.
CalfTrack is a comprehensive program to train employees that are responsible for calf care.
Printed copies of the complete CalfTrack package are no longer available. However, the Chore Plans and Calf Health Scoring System are now available free of charge in pdf format. The pdf files contain bookmarks to make them easier to navigate; use the bookmarks for one-click access to any page in the document.
English language version of the Chore Plans.
Spanish language version of the Chore Plans.
English language version of the Health Scoring System.
Spanish language version of the Health Scoring System.