Adding livestock to your farm is easy and can be done on the AgriWebb Web App or on the Mobile App. It’s time to get cracking!
Adding New Livestock
Tap the Map in the bottom toolbar.
Select the green "+" button in the bottom right of the screen.
Select between Cattle, Bulls, Sheep or Rams.
Fill in the relevant details for your new livestock group.
- Details: Fill in the Details section with the relevant information about your livestock, such as the Age Class and Breed. You may also give this livestock group a Management Tag to prevent them from merging with other livestock.
- Origin: Select either Bred or Purchased and add additional information that you have about this group such as the Price Per Head.
- Individual Tracking: Fill in additional information such as the NLIS ID, Stud Name and Brand information unique to these livestock.
Web App 💻
Click on the Farm Map button in the left navigational bar.
Click the green Add button in the top left.
Select Mob and then the animal type you wish to add. This will change your cursor to a "+". Click on the paddock you wish to add the animals too.
Fill in the relevant details for your new livestock group. (Note: See above for more information on each of these sections).
Copying Existing Livestock
If you are adding many groups of livestock with similar characteristics to your farm then the copy action can help save you time. For an existing livestock group use the Copy action in both the mobile and web applications to get started.
Navigate to the livestock group you want to copy by locating them on the map or from the list of all livestock. Go to the details page for the group and tap on the More button. Tap on Copy to launch the add livestock dialog pre-filled with all the details of the copied livestock. Change any details and then tap Save to create the new group.
Web App 💻
You can find the copy button on the Livestock > Mobs page. Each group listed will have a Copy button in the actions column. This will launch the Add Livestock window pre-filled with all the details of the copied livestock.