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AI model predicting water intake deviations.

We are working across the poultry sectors from farming businesses to integrations and within the wider supply chain. With the latest developments in artificial intelligence, combined with traditions of farming, we have built an AI model that tracks water intake and predicts the next 15 minutes. Any deviations in the data are correlated to find the probable cause.

We don’t sell any hardware ourselves but aim to use the data capture equipment that farms already have installed or we can recommend solutions that may be required based on our knowledge and experience. We create on farm actions and additional value from all available data before clients need to invest in additional technologies.

Key to our service success is the AI model predicting water intake deviations. We evaluate all available data sources at the same time, bringing multiple data sets together for a complete holistic appraisal. Working closely with our clients we can intervene at the point when issues are arising, informing of the data correlations that give a clue to the likely causes of the issue. Where remedial advice and solutions are additionally required, clients can request this from us 24/7 in real time.

What customers say about us

Sound Talks

Optifarm is an excellent strategic fit for SoundTalks as a developing precision livestock business. The combination between PLF tools and Optifarms excellent knowledge of the growth process will improve the return on every farm.

Dries Berckmans, CEO

J. Sainsbury pl

Assessing the animals, the facilities, the data and the staff needs clearly helps both on the grounds of optimal livestock production but importantly it also allows businesses to further exhibit to the supply chain that animal welfare standards are being maintained at all times and I view this as only ever becoming more essential over time."

Barney Kay, CEO

FCE Food Chain Enterprises

I have always been interested in how we can leverage new technology to help bridge the farm management skills gap and improve welfare, performance and financial returns for the flock farmers and in this respect I find what you are doing at Optifarm of great interest and I am very supportive of your initiative.

Jim Jonson – Director of FCE


We are impressed by Optifarm's continuous efforts to demonstrate that data plays an important role in modern poultry farming. With the Optifarm services poultry farmers are able to utilise the existing automation systems to its fullest potential, making the equipment even more valuable to them. In this way, farming can take place in a profitable and responsible way, with the fullest attention to food safety and animal welfare.

Jacques Janssen – Director Marketing and Sales.

Productivity gains our poultry service has delivered

Our clients have seen dramatic increases to their income



6% Uniformity Improvements = $0.02/bird
2 Feed Conversion points = $0.10/bird

Total Benefit on 200,000 birds $24,000/batch



We advise on alternative feed and lightning patterns.

Increased income $8,000/batch



With water intake declining, drinker management improved and adjustments made.

Increased income $2,000/ batch

Precision livestock farming to poultry production

Linking the Possibilities of AI with the Traditions of Farming