As the world population continues to grow, the importance of sustainable and ethical food production has never been more pressing. One area of concern is the dairy industry, where traditional farming practices can lead to poor animal health, low milk production, and negative environmental impact. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, specifically Goal 2 to end hunger and malnutrition, highlights the need for innovation in the food industry.

The IoT Capsules for Sustainable and Ethical Dairy Farming Manifest presents a revolutionary solution to address these issues by using cutting-edge technology to improve the health and well-being of dairy cows, leading to increased milk production and higher quality milk for consumers, while also promoting sustainable and ethical farming practices.


The IoT capsules are designed to be easily swallowed by cows and are equipped with sensors that can collect data on a variety of parameters such as temperature, pH, and the presence of certain biomarkers. This data is then transmitted wirelessly to a central hub where it is analyzed by a specialized algorithm. The algorithm assigns a “proof-of-health” score to each cow based on the data collected, which can be used to identify cows that may be at risk of developing health problems.

Farmers previously granted will receive the capsules free of charge, and in exchange, they will provide the data collected by the capsules to the system for analysis. This will give farmers real-time data on the health of their herd, allowing them to quickly identify and address any issues. This will lead to healthier and more productive cows, which will benefit farmers in the long run, in addition to reducing the use of antibiotics, which will have a positive impact on the environment and the consumer’s health.

Investors who financed the capsules will be able to earn a return on their investment through the tokens earned, while also supporting sustainable and ethical farming practices. Tokens can also be used to grant access to data information in DApps or exchanged on the open market. Each token burned will retain a TBD percentage for a “World Milk Bank” to end hunger.

Safecows at a glance

The use of blockchain technology ensures transparency and security in the system. The data collected is stored on a tamper-proof ledger, which ensures that it cannot be modified or deleted. This provides trust and integrity in the system, making it more efficient. Additionally, the use of blockchain allows for the creation of smart contracts, which can automate the process of token distribution to investors based on the proof-of-health scores of the cows.

In addition to the benefits for farmers and investors, the use of IoT capsules and blockchain technology also has the potential to benefit consumers. The higher quality milk produced by healthier cows can lead to a more consistent and reliable supply of milk for consumers, which can ultimately lead to a more sustainable and ethical dairy industry. This approach can also help in reducing the carbon footprint of the industry, as healthier cows produce more milk with less feed, which reduces the use of land and resources for feed production.

Furthermore, this approach can be used as a template for other agriculture and animal farming industries and can be expanded to other areas of food production, providing a comprehensive solution for sustainable and ethical food production.


Overall, this approach creates a win-win situation for all parties involved. Investors earn a return on their investment while supporting sustainable and ethical farming practices. Farmers benefit from healthier and more productive cows, and consumers benefit from higher-quality milk and more sustainable food production. The system using IoT capsules, blockchain, and the proof-of-health algorithm can create sustainable, ethical, and profitable dairy farming, which contributes to achieving United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to end hunger and malnutrition. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change the way we produce food and to secure a sustainable future for the industry and the planet.

Data collected from the COWs/Animals: The Initial Data