Record Pre Breeding Heats Easily with AgriNet HerdApp

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Now that the bulk of calving is over the focus will quickly shift to preparing for the upcoming breeding season. At a time where farmers are considering Sire Advice & bull selection it is also a good to keep a record of the cows activity.

If you see a cow bulling it can be easily recorded as a heat within AgriNet HerdApp. In 18 days that cow will appear in the due to repeat list. More importantly there will be a list of cows not yet seen in heat but calved 42 days or more. These are the cows you may want to have handled before breeding season begins as opposed to realising on the 2nd round of AI that there are cows who haven't yet cycled but should have.

These lists are easily found in Farm reports on the jobs list. List's are automatically sorted into various selections for you. Once a cow has a heat marked you know she has cycled & the cow who has no heat shows up in another list. Cows & heifers are also in different lists.

Once an AI/stockbull serve has been recorded for a female they then automatically are sorted into different lists  eg, due pregnancy test. 

At calving time heifer and cows show up in 2 different columns allowing easy ID of heifers.

AgriNet assisting Irish farmers manage herds for almost 30 years.

AgriNet HerdApp is the new standard in farm herd management designed to link your herd directly to ICBF and Agfood from your smartphone. It’s all about speed and simplicity and getting all the basics done quickly while outside. AgriNet Herd App is owned by Irish Farm Computers Ltd, based in Co. Meath who own AgriNet Herd Master the PC version of the herd management software. AgriNet have been catering to farmers herd management needs for the last 26 years. AgriNet have built up a quality team of customer support and sales staff along with a loyal customer base. Farmers can be reassured that HerdApp is tried, tested & trustworthy.

 

Posted on Wednesday, 25 March 2020  |  By Progressive Genetics
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