AgriWebb makes it simple for you to monitor your Paddock grazing intensity, Grazing days remaining and your stocking rate. 

It all starts with setting livestock’s Animal Units when you create the livestock or updating their Animal Unit information. In AgriWebb you are able to choose between Dry Sheep Equivalent, Livestock Units and Adult Equivalent as your preferred standard livestock measurement unit. 

Check out our full guide to Animal Units to learn how to select the default unit for your operation. 

The Grazing plan will be updated each time livestock is moved into a paddock. Avoid overgrazing by inputting Feed on Offer (FOO), Pasture growth rates, supplementary feed, Animal Units and your target minimum FOO. 

Create a Grazing plan by moving livestock to a new paddock. Make sure to press Next to open the grazing plan. Fill out the required details, press Save to finalise your changes.

Make sure you check out our article on Feed on Offer to learn how to quickly and easily update FOO,  pasture growth rates and minimum FOO.

This information is then used to determine the number of grazing days remaining for each paddock and your stocking rate. This data can be assessed through the Paddock Grazing intensity report and DSE load by paddock reports to show performance across the entire farm and develop a comprehensive feed budget.

These reports are accessed from the Web App, select the Reports tab from the navigation panel to the left.

Paddock Grazing Intensity report

Select Paddock grazing intensity from the Reports section. 

Livestock load (DSE Day), Livestock load (DSE Day/ha), Number of days grazed, days empty and grazing percentage across all your paddocks will be displayed here.

DSE load by Paddock report

Select DSE load by paddock from the Reports section.

The opening, closing and average stocking rate from across all your paddocks is displayed here. At the top of the page toggle across to view Stocking Rate (ha/DSE), Rainfall (DSE/ha/100mm) and the Cumulative Stocking Load information from your operation.

Feed On Offer
Stocking Rate
Feed Allocation

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