Inventory Management

Everything you need to know about inventory

Updated over a week ago

Your inventory is a real time view of current feed and chemical stocks on farm. You can manage the inventory from both Mobile and Web Apps.

When adding your inventory, determine whether you want to add separate units or one combined unit and adjust the values of each field accordingly.

Entering Multiple Containers

When entering in multiple containers that share the same batch number and expiry it's important to choose the correct method to suit your enterprise.

Combined Containers

If all containers share the same batch number and expiry you can add these into AgriWebb as one combined unit. Simply adjust the Container Size field to the sum of all the containers (i.e 5x10mL containers = 50mL).

Note: Ensure you fill in the Number of Containers field with 1.

Separate Containers

You can also enter them in as seperate containers, one for each physical container. For this method simply fill in the Number of Containers field with the number containers you physically have. For example, if you had 5 containers of Ultravac you would fill this field with 5. This will create seperate line items for each container.

Note: When treating animals and livestock with these items you'll need to follow the steps explained in our Multi-Batch Treatments article.

Adjusting Container Amounts

When editing the Remaining amount in your containers you must also fill in Remaining accurate as of date. This will create record in the items history to indicate at what date this level was recorded.

Note: When adding an Inventory item, and then backdating a treatment record. Ensure the Remaining accurate as of date is prior to the application date, otherwise it will add the treatment record BUT not remove the correct amount out of the inventory item.

To solve, you can Edit and Save the Accurate as of Date to before the treatment date.

Entering Purchase details for Treatments

Stay up to date with compliance audits by entering your Livestock Treatments, Fertilizer, Paddock Treatments purchase details.

livestock purchase record keeping

Mobile App 📱

Adding inventory from our mobile app is really simple. Just follow these steps to add, edit, duplicate and delete inventory.

1. Select Menu, from the bottom right of your screen

hambuger menu

2. Under the Inventory heading, select the relevant Inventory category you wish to add, edit, duplicate or delete.

livestock tracking menu options


Select + Add to create new inventory item and fill in relevant fields.

add button

Duplicate, Edit, Add Note and Archive

Select the inventory item by tapping on the item arrow  > to the right of the item. Use the toolbar at the bottom of the page to duplicate, edit, add notes, record, archive, or delete the item.

tools for editing livestock records

You can change the details of the item by tapping Edit.

Note: Editing an inventory item will not automatically change records previously added using that inventory item. To reflect the updated inventory on a previously applied record, you will need to find the record in the Livestock or Paddock history, edit and save the record. This process will update the record with the updated details.

When editing the Remaining amount in your containers you must also fill in Remaining accurate as of date. This will create record in the items history to indicate at what date this level was recorded.

Searching, Inventory States and Filtering

search funtion in livestock management tool

Use the search box to find the inventory item you need.

You can see you Archived Inventory list by tapping on the Current Inventory drop down arrow and selecting Archived.

Use the toggles on the right of the drop down arrow to filter your list by Inventory states. These being:

  • Available

  • Low (Note: <15% remaining)

  • Expired

  • Empty

Web App 💻

Adding inventory from our web app is really simple. Just follow these steps to add, copy and edit inventory.

  1. Select Inventory from the left hand toolbar.

  2. Choose one of the Paddock Treatments, Livestock Treatments and Feed categories at the top of the screen

To add inventory, select the New Inventory button on the right hand side. Fill in the fields with details you wish to record and confirm by selecting Save.

Use the buttons beside each entry to Edit, Copy, Archive and Delete your inventory items.

web app tool options

Use the delete option if an item has been mistakenly added, This will completely remove the item from your inventory.

If the item has been used on an associated record, it will not be able to be deleted. Instead use the Archive option to hide the item from your current inventory. You can also archive empty or expired items.

Feed Inventory

To manage a feed inventory item click the highlighted value in the Storage Location column to open the Details window.

feed inventory reporting

Use the buttons at the top of the details window to record Edits, Purchases, Sales or Archive the items. The Edit Value button will let you quickly update only the monetary value of the feed.

edit options for feed tracking

Archive Management

To view your archived items, use the Current Inventory or Archived toggle at the top of the page to switch between your inventories.

current livestock inventory reports

You can also similarly unarchive an item by clicking the Unarchive button. Note: To edit an archived item, you will need to unarchive it first.

unarchive button

Inventory States and Filtering 

Inventory items have a specific state that can then be used for filtering. This allows you to quickly monitor and manage your inventory.

Inventory items are labelled with their state in the 'Inventory State' column.

status labels in livestock record keeping tool

Note: Low is determined as having <15% of its contents remaining.

You can use these labels to filter by an item's inventory state. Tap Filters at the top of the page to reveal filter options.

filter options for livestock reporting

Use the checkboxes to select a combination of filters then tap Hide to close the panel.

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