Add weight records to individual animals crush side through a live session or read below to learn how to add weights via CSV or a bulk record.
CSV Weight Importer - Web App
You can update your individual animal weights via a CSV file.
Click Livestock followed by Individuals. Select the blue Create Record button and choose Import Weights from CSV.
Select your species. Drag and drop your CSV file into AgriWebb or choose to Upload from Computer.
We will attempt to identify all the columns in your CSV and match them with AgriWebb animal properties. Incase there are columns we don’t recognise, you can review the mapping and make changes.
If any invalid values are found in your CSV you will be able to replace them with manual values.
Once imported your can you can review the records that will be created. Once you're happy with the upload you can hit the Save button to create your Weight Record.
Note: If you want to import multiple weights for multiple animals at once you simply need to list in your CSV file, all weights and dates with a corresponding EID in your CSV file.
Example below, the same animal has 3 weights listed. When importing, the imported will add all these weights to the animal associated with that EID.
One off Weight Record - Web App
Select Livestock > Individuals. From here you can click Add Records.
Choose the species and select Weigh from Quick Records. Fill in the Date, Animals and Weight fields. Click Save.
One off Weight Record - Mobile App
Click Livestock in the menu tab along the bottom.
Tap Create Bulk Record and select the species you wish to create the record for.
Fill in the Date weighed, Animals and Weight fields. Tap Save.
Weights can be viewed on your individuals record cards, animal histories and within the Insights feature. For further information see Livestock Insights (Individuals).
Live Session - Weight Analysis
After completing a Live session with a weigh record included, you can easily filter the result by draft.
Using the filter above the graph, weights can be assessed by draft in real time, rather than exporting information out of AgriWebb later.