About Advanced Farm Systems
Advanced Farm Systems offer a
unique range of products, which specialises in pregnancy ultrasound
scanners, tag readers and diagnosis equipment for sheep, cattle,
pigs, goats and alpacas. This gives farmers a reliable way of
pregnancy testing their animals quickly and efficiently. Phil
Schoeffel of Advanced Farm Systems has been in the farming industry
for many years, and can ship these items anywhere in Australia.
Please don't hesitate to contact Phil or Vicki Schoeffel today
for further information about any of the products you see on the
More peace of mind through immediate diagnosis.
Rapid, simple and reliable pregnancy diagnosis from the 90th day
using ultrasound means that you avoid unpleasant surprises, such
as a false pregnancy or rejection of the foetus. No previous experience
or extensive training is necessary and the test generally takes
less than 30 seconds to complete. The problem: The cow has been
covered and so far has shown no signs or returning to estrus.
Nevertheless, the risk of abortion is high because the foetus
has yet to be implanted in the dam.
Portable Scanners for Cows
'Draminski Animal Profi is a portable ultrasound
scanner for professional diagnosis in reproduction in small and
large animals. This is the first ultrasound scanner for professionals
that combines full portability, superior picture quality and extreme
durability! Click image on the right to view demonstration video.
The HK-sheep Ultrasound scanner unit with
external probe that is attached to the unit by a coil cord. The
pregnancy diagnosis unit enables you to test the pregnancy of
sheep and goats quickly and reliably, from sixty days from the
last insemination with over 90% insurance. Don't just suspect
pregnancy, give yourself the benefit of reliable pregnancy diagnosis.
During pregnancy, the quantity of amniotic fluid in the uterus
increases to such an extent that the uterus gradually lowers into
the abdominal cavity and comes within range of the ultrasound
waves emitted by the unit. The ultrasound waves are then reflected
as they move across the tissue and amniotic fluid and are converted
by the unit into an acoustic signal, which indicates that the
animal is pregnant.