Make better decisions faster with Livestock reports.
Livestock records in the agents notebook provides you with very little information that can be analysed to improve your profitability. Do you want to track and manage your livestock with ease? Want to cut down the time you spend gathering data?
Evidence based reporting
More and more you are being asked to defend your business against accusations of poor animal husbandry. Livestock provides you with the proof that you need to nip these myths in the bud. Most farmers provide more medication to their cattle than they do themselves and with Livestock records you can show it.
Cost of Production analysis
Livestock is your solution. You already know that recording data about your livestock and the inputs used in your production is important to your operation’s profitability. The Livestock module enables you to collect this data efficiently and turns it into usable information that you can act on.
Up to the minute performance analysis will allow you to react quickly to changing circumstances, providing the ability to take greater advantage of good times whilst helping minimize the impact of down turns.
Livestock is compatible with all electronic tag and reading equipment on the market and connects with the NLIS Database to make your NLIS electronic tag reconciliation a simple process.
Detailed weight gain performance analysis
Track unlimited number of animals across unlimited number of properties
Integration with electronic recording equipment for automated data processing
Livestock now comes with Grazing incorporated
Your land is a finite resource that you need to manage effectively to get the best results from your business.
Livestock with Grazing takes the hard work out of collecting data and analyzing trends. With this data you can make adjustments to your grazing system to extract the maximum productivity from your land.
In just a few minutes per month, Livestock with Grazing can help you make decisions about carrying capacity, stocking schedules, grazing rotations and paddock recovery periods to help quantify your land productivity.
Knowing if, when and what to modify in your current grazing system will make your land more efficient and ultimately more profitable.