Main Farm Setup

If you have a farm associated with your school, college, TAFE or university, you can use AgriWebb to manage the day to day record keeping and run of the farm. 

First, setup the farm in AgriWebb by adding your paddocks, livestock and farm infrastructure to the map. 

If you do not have a farm associated, feel free to create a virtual farm. 

Check out the Getting Started section of our Help Centre for more information. 

Add Additional Farms

You can create a number of additional farms and allocate these to either a class or individual students for their interaction and learning. This also means students can complete tasks and assessments on their own allocated farms rather than interfering  with the real time data from the main farm. 

Visit the Account page on the Web App and choose Farm Management.

Select Add Farm. 

Copy and paste the address of the main farm fill in all details and select Save

You can create as many additional farms as you need. You may also want to use a numerical code on the farm names to keep track of which users are allocated to which farms. 

Note: To copy the paddocks that have been mapped out on the main farm onto these additional farms, contact Farm Success

Add Users

Go to User Management on the Account page to invite either staff or students to setup a login. 

Click the Add User button and include the invitee's name and email. 

Note: If you are assigning users to a particular farm, you may want to include the farm number in the user's 'last name' field when sending the invite.

Select Next and you will be asked to assign a role and access to particular farms for this user. This is where your numerical coding of the farm names will come in handy. 

Invitee's will receive an email that prompts them to set a password and login. Visit our guide on User Management for more information on adding users and assigning access.

After the setup is complete, encourage your staff and students to download the Mobile App and get involved!

For an overview of AgriWebb in education, visit our article on the Academic Partnership Subscription

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