This app will assist the user in tabulating teat end and teat dip coverage scores of dairy cows.
The Teat End Scorer App was developed at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. The app uses a graphical interface to score teats. Data stored includes herd name, herd code, scorer name, score date, pen id, cow id, hyperkeratosis score along with the presence of teat end congestion, teat barrel congestion, mouthpiece mark, chapped, warts and bovine herpes mammalitis. This app may also be used to score teat dip coverage.
To begin scoring, first enter the Herd Name, Herd Code (not required), Scorer Name, Date and Pen ID by touching the appropriate fields. For the Herd Name, Herd Code, Scorer Name, and Pen ID the key pad will appear. Touch Done after typing the name. By default, today's date appears in the Date field. To change the date, touch the Date field and a datepicker will appear. Scroll the date fields until the desired date combination appears. Press Done to accept. Score cows by touching the New Cow button and entering a cow id in the CowID field. Press Done on the keyboard to save the Cow ID. Select a quarter to score (touch LF, RF, LR, or RR button) then touch a Hyperkeratosis score button (Normal, Smooth, Rough or Very Rough). Touch the plus button next to any of the teat conditions to further describe the scored teat. To "erase" an incorrect score touch the Undo button. Touch the next quarter button to begin the next record. When the cow is completely scored, touch the New Cow button and enter the new cow id and continue scoring her teats. For user convenience, data records are automatically saved and updated as the scoring process proceeds.
Contains English, German and Spanish (Latin America) localization.