My co-worker and his boys are raising some bucket bucket calves and heifers. They had the heifers AI'd and they're due sometime in the end of March. He's wanting to set up some sort of webcam monitoring so he had keep an eye on the pens from work.
Cams would be set up in the outbuilding with the pens, approx 75yrds from their house. They're not super tech savvy but have some computers capable of streaming the feeds I think.
Anybody have any experience setting up a home surveillance cam system? Thinking a wired camera would work best, but I don't know enough about the cameras or streaming software to decide which route to pursue.
Doesn't have to have a DVR, but if it can be done for $200-300 then so be it.