Creating a Marking record is the best way to create new lamb or calf mobs within AgriWebb. Marking will link maternal mobs to their offspring. During marking, these mobs can easily be split based on their sex.
A marking percentage automatically populates in the Fertility Report, to give you a comprehensive look into your natural increase.
New lamb and calf mobs can then be managed in the same way as other mobs within AgriWebb.
Creating a Marking Record
Only the following age classes can be marked in AgriWebb:
- Heifer Weaners
- Ewe Weaners
- Ewe Hoggets
To change a mob's Age Class, check out this article on how to Add a Mob.
Create a Marking record by selecting the mob you wish to mark, then clicking on the View Details button underneath the mob.
From here, press More at the bottom-right of the screen and then hit Mark.
If you have multiple mobs in this paddock, then you will be asked if you would like to mark all maternal mobs, or just the selected mob. If you choose to mark all maternal mobs, then a list of these mobs will display underneath.
Split Lambs and Calf mobs based on sex
If you sex your lambs or calves at marking you are given the option to split them when creating the record. If you don’t do this until weaning, you can group them as a single mob. You will have another opportunity to split them within the weaning record later in the season.
Continue reading to learn how to split and move these mobs.
Ensure that Create a single grouped mob is not selected.
Set the size of each mob and press Save. Once you are finished, Draft & Split your new mobs to move them into other paddocks.
Your fertility report lets you assess your productivity and natural increase across the season. For the marking percentage to be visible in your Fertility report, you must have created marking records previously.
The fertility report organises your joining, scanning, marking and weaning records by maternal breed, age-class and tag colour.
For accurate reporting, select a period which spans from joining to weaning. To learn more about customising your reports, check out our article on Reporting.
Now that you know how to create a Marking Record in AgriWebb, learn how to smash through your Weaning.