We have compiled the Farm Success Team’s most commonly asked questions and our answers, workarounds and specific articles that we have written to answer those questions.
Why can’t I edit livestock from bred to purchased?
If livestock’s origin is recorded as bred when it is added, you will not be able to edit and change the origin to purchased. Ensure that when you are setting up livestock you are recording the correct origin information.
If you would like to change livestock's origin from bred to purchased, please contact our Farm Success Team who would be happy to help you out!
You're able to change your mobs origin from purchased to bred via the Web App. Simple select the mob > Edit Details > Origin. From here to you can enter in the purchase details.
What is the best way to add Lambs and Calves into AgriWebb?
Creating a Marking record is the best way to create new lamb or calf groups. Marking will link maternal livestock to their offspring and the new groups can then be split based on their sex.
The marking percentage automatically populates in the Fertility Report, to give you a comprehensive look into your natural increase.
Check out our full guide to Marking to learn more.
How do I scan and then split my livestock based upon pregnancy results?
Input Scan Results
By applying a scanning record to the whole group you can accurately record the results, including their scanning percentage and then draft based upon their pregnancy status. Be sure to check out our full guide to creating a Scanning Record to read more.
Draft according to Results
Add a Management Tag
Simply edit livestock's details and add a Management Tag according to their pregnancy status to quickly identify them and prevent them merging with other similar groups.
Type in Drys, Singles, Twins or Triplets into the Management Tag field and click Save.
This Management tag can be used to filter through records and reports to quickly obtain total numbers of each group and where they are on the farm.
Why is my livestock count incorrect?
If you find your livestock numbers do not add up correctly in your stock reconciliation or have conflicting records in your livestock history and discrepancies on your livestock map, you may not be alone! We have written a full article on this issue and it’s potential causes, make sure you check it out so that we can get you back up and running. Why is my livestock count incorrect?
How do I run Mixed Age livestock?
We have a Mixed Ear Tag option that allows you to run mixed age livestock. If you want to learn how to set this up for either your cattle or sheep check out the following articles.
How do I move livestock between my farms?
Moving stock between different farms within AgriWebb isn’t yet a feature, but it is planned on our product roadmap. You can vote on the feature on our AgriWebb Ideas Portal to increase its priority and stay up to date on its launch. In the meantime, check out our guide on Livestock Transfer workarounds to learn current best practice for moving livestock between farms.
If I archive an item from my inventory list, will it delete the associated treatment records?
Don’t worry, archiving an inventory item doesn’t delete the records you created from the inventory item. Those records are safely stored in your Treatment Reports, Livestock and Paddock histories and won’t affect your record-keeping for audit compliance. Inventory items can only be archived in our Mobile App, to learn more be sure to check out our full guide to Inventory Management.
Can I track my 'other' animals on AgriWebb?
You most certainly can! See our article on Running "Other" Animals here for more information.
Whats the best browser to use for Web App?
We would recommend using the Google Chrome internet browser, as it best supports all websites including the AgriWebb Web App. You're able to download Google Chrome here.
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