Mastitis Detection Made Easy



Introducing Bovonic QuadSense

QuadSense is a revolutionary new automatic mastitis detector for dairy farms, designed, developed and manufactured in New Zealand. With QuadSense, you will automatically and instantly find new mastitis cases, both clinical and subclinical, before they spread or become more severe.

This will save you thousands of dollars through:

  • Less clinical cases, less antibiotics, and less cow culling
  • Greater milk production
  • Lower SCC and higher payout
  • Countless hours, energy, and stress saved
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Accurate, Instant Mastitis Detection

QuadSense uses our patented milk sensor and latest detection algorithm to identify mastitis in its earliest stages.

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Save Hours of Labour

QuadSense automates the detection process so you can forget about time-consuming manual inspections like herd stripping or CMT.

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Seamless Integration

We understand that every farm is unique. That’s why QuadSense has a universal design for self-installation into any dairy operation.

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Easy and Affordable

We’ve done away with the frills, and the result is a tough product that tells you what you need to know to get the job done at an affordable price.

How Does It Work?

QuadSense is made up of four patented milk sensors that are inserted into the four liners of the milking cups. These are connected to the control unit, which contains the ‘brains’ of QuadSense, replaceable batteries, a button for acknowledging alerts, and a 360-degree alert light.


By measuring and comparing milk from each quarter of the udder, QuadSense can achieve greater accuracy than other in-line mastitis detectors.


QuadSense starts measuring milk as soon as you put the cups on, then gives a result after just a minute.


It can be installed yourself into any milking cup liner and gives a red-light alert when mastitis is present. No extra training, time, or new processes are needed.

When Will It Be Available and the Cost?

After 3 years of development, involving numerous prototypes, farmer feedback, and extensive testing on multiple trial farms, QuadSense is now being deployed to early adopters and case study farms ahead of a full launch at fieldays 2024.

We are currently taking pre orders for the next production run, the pre order price is $500 per QuadSense unit, until fieldays 2024

Future versions of QuadSense will be able to provide you with access to your mastitis data when you’re off-farm, check your shed cleaning systems, and connect with EID systems.

Register your interest today to keep up to date with the latest news on QuadSense.