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Mark T
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Farm Management Software


I would like to know what people are using and experience with farm management software. Specifically software that captures data on livestock and enables recording of information such as Sires, Dams, Animal ID, Birthing detials etc.


360 days ago

Thanks for the question, Mark. Following.
Kitson | 359 days

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Phoenix by Agdata are excellent with nearly all farming related software. Highly recommend giving their product a trial.


351 days ago
Thanks so much Georgia
Airlie | 348 days

Are you wanting to intergrate the software with scanning tools such as readers etc?  or to just use the software back in the office?

I find Practical Systems Stockbook and Stockhand as well as Sapien Koolcollect very good for individual animal management with the use of electronic identification and use within the yards. 


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Bel Steers
-Walking that crucial tight rope between running my own consulting business and keeping up with my 2 girls (with a few sheep thrown in between just to keep things interesting).
347 days ago

Hi Mark, these are my favourite farm management tools/software

Cheers,


Chief Mobbler
-Founder of Mobble. Avid learner. Agriculture enthusiast.
297 days ago

Phoenix is very good and Agforce runs free workshops to get you set up etc. It is an all in one program that can do your financials; paddock; stock/crops; mapping etc.


It does take some time to set up but it is definately worth it in the end. Each module comes at a montly cost starting at $29 per module per month but the more modules the cheaper they get and will stock you also get the free rain module which intergrates with the paddock management so far as predicting grazing and feed in paddocks. Call Agforce and get a free demo...they are really nice. 


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