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The Water Rat alerts producers when there is a problem with their stock water supply at the critical point of provision, the water trough.

The Water Rat is a simple water monitoring sensor that can be easily installed in troughs for livestock. Unlike other water monitoring sensors fixed to the troughs, the Water Rat floats in troughs, and will monitor the water level and send a notification to your smartphone or computer if the water is getting to a low level.

The Water Rat can easily be transported throughout your property when moving stock, making water points easily monitored at all parts of your property.

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    Pitch in the Paddock - Beef Week & evokeAG. Startup Network

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