"When the cow raises her tail for 3 min., the transmitter emits a 10-sec. signal, then shuts itself off. If the tail is still up 3 min. later, it again emits a 10 sec. signal. The signal is received by a pocket-sized belt receiver which sets off an alarm," explains James Baker, distributor of the new "Calf-Call".
The solid state transmitter and the switch tied to the cow's tail attach securely to the animal with adjustable flexible straps that tie to the cow's front and rear legs.
The range of the transmitter is about 1/3 of a mile, depending on the terrain and buildings. Antennas can be added to extend the signal up to a couple miles. One receiver can receive from several transmitters.
Cost for one transmitter and receiver is $795.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Anlift, Inc., 12748 New Windsor Road, Union Bridge, Maryland 21791 (ph toll-free 800 622-0072).
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