Alerts are sent once a day, typically during the morning update to the CHLT website. The actual time when the alerts are sent depend on a number of factors, which include connection to initialising data and network connections.
1. Use the RAP calculator to determine your particular genus’ AHLU Level.
|AHLU||Heat load indicator||Cattle indications|
|1-20||Low risk||No load or panting score 1|
|21-50||Medium risk||Panting score 1-2|
|51-100||High risk||Panting score 2-4|
|Over 100||Extreme risk||Panting score 4|
2. Select the risk level that you want to be alerted to. Please note that if you select a Low Risk Level you are likely receive an alert every day.
3. Select email and/or SMS preferences.
4. Save your alert. It will be sent whenever the conditions are met.