KS DAIRY CONSULTING ADDS NEW TECHNICAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST
March 1, 2016
Media Contact: Stacey Smart
KS Dairy Consulting, Inc.
Dresser, WI (March 1, 2016) – KS Dairy Consulting, Inc., creators of Feed Supervisor®, Hoof Supervisor™ and Truck Supervisor™, recently welcomed Katie Miller to its team as technical support specialist. Focused on data analysis, Katie not only provides technical support for all Supervisor System products but also offers expert analysis of Feed Supervisor data.
Working closely with producers to analyze data at specified intervals, Katie helps them interpret and utilize information captured through Feed Supervisor. Providing customized data analysis, Katie advises producers on how to best leverage the data to extract maximum value from their system. Aligned with producer goals and in tune with the type of data they wish to monitor, Katie offers recommendations that can improve profitability.
Katie’s strong technical background in on-farm feed management software and hardware applications is complemented by a thorough understanding of various farming operations/setups worldwide. Katie brings additional value to Supervisor System users by ensuring open and effective communication between producers and KS Dairy’s programmers and engineers.
Prior to joining KS Dairy Consulting, Katie was a software technical support analyst at Digi Star in Fort Atkinson, Wis. During her time at Digi Star – an agriculture weighing solutions company specializing in manufacturing load cells and indicators and accompanying software programs – Katie built and maintained solid customer relationships while providing individualized solutions and whole-system technical support for all product lines.
Katie has a bachelor’s degree in animal science with an emphasis in animal nutrition and a minor in agriculture business from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
About KS Dairy Consulting, Inc.
KS Dairy Consulting began serving dairy producers in 1993. What started as a focus on dairy nutrition quickly grew into enterprise management, helping clients look at the big picture of feed management and cow comfort through three innovative software systems: Feed Supervisor®, Hoof Supervisor™ and Truck Supervisor™.
Ration management, bunk management, operator performance and inventory control are the primary features of Feed Supervisor, helping producers ensure their cows are always fed a proper balanced ration while avoiding empty bunk syndrome and inventory shrink.
Truck Supervisor completes a comprehensive feed management solution by conveniently and accurately recording incoming feed data to control ration costs. Its Click and Go technology gives harvest trucks a fast-paced, one-pass weighing system.
Hoof Supervisor is a chute-side data recording system that enables trimmer, veterinarian, nutritionist and herd manager to better understand and manage lameness issues. Instead of manure-stained trim sheets, producers receive colored graphs and reports featuring necessary data for reducing cull rates.
For more information on KS Dairy Consulting or Supervisor Systems, please visit www.supervisorsystems.com.
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