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MSU Researchers develops “Zyan Dairy Farm” Application

MSU Researchers develops “Zyan Dairy Farm” Application

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MSU Researchers develops “Zyan Dairy Farm” Application
 
Mahasarakham University researchers developed “Zyan Dairy Farm” Application to help herdsmen manage their dairy cows’ data in order to gain more income and become ‘Smart Farmers’. 
 
On October 2, 2018, Mahasarakham University conducted a MOU signing on the “Zyan Dairy Farm” application; a research conducted by Asst. Prof. Dr. Manakant Intrakamhaeng, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, and Dr. Chattrakul Sombattheera, Faculty of Informatics, Mahasarakham University. It was presided over by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prayook Srivilai, Vice-President for Research Policy and Planning, Mahasarakham University.
 
In this event, there were Asst. Prof. Dr. Manakant Intrakamhaeng, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, and Dr. Chattrakul Sombattheera, Faculty of Informatics, Mahasarakham University, representative from Khok Ko Dairy Farm Cooperative Limited, and representative from Mahasarakham Dairy Cooperative Limited. They signed the MOU of the “Zyan Dairy Farm” application to spread the research project in public and to let farmers around the country get benefit from this research.
 
Asst. Prof. Dr. Manakant Intrakamhaeng said about the background of the project and give a demonstration and instruction of the application to the audience. The application is supported by the Industry Division, Thailand Research Fund, and the Zyntelligent Company Limited. It is one of six applications that MSU researchers developed for Dairy Industry. The “Zyan Dairy Farm” application can collect the data of dairy cows: breeding, milking, calving, culling, weigh data, lactation data, farm location data, farm management data, animal health report, and animal treatment report.
 
They were developing “Zyan Co-op” application for Dairy Cooperative that wanted to summarize the dairy production of their members to calculate the amount of milk in order not to be oversupply, and to send relevant information to government agencies. In addition, they were developing “Zyan E-Market” for communication between buyers and sellers. There would be an electronic money transfer system, and it would be an opportunity for sellers to provide details and background of their products, quality assurance to create a story for the products and a value. The GPS technology was used to track transportation vehicles, which allowed buyers to know the exact time to pick up their goods. Now, the “Zyan Dairy Farm” application has been published for free since late August. There are over 400 users in the country, and it is expected that users will increase rapidly.
 
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