AgriWebb users can now view animal weights in the AgriWebb Portal. CSV files can be exported from your Gallagher TSI 2, Tru-Test (TruTest), FarmIT 3000 or livestock weigh indicator, and uploaded directly to the AgriWebb Weight Goals tool.

Animal weights can be viewed as a graph, with specific goals set to view projected weights. Filter and export selected animal data back into a usable CSV file. 

This image shows the Weight Goals feature up and running in the Portal.

  

Create a Weight Goal

Firstly you will need to export session data from your weigh indicator. View the steps at the end of this article showing how to export session data. 

After exporting your session data from Gallagher and Tru-test, follow these steps to create a Weight Goal in the Portal.

Add Weight Goal

1. Log in to the Portal.
2. Select Livestock from the left navigation.
3. Select the Individuals tab.
4. Select Add Weight Goal.

5. Choose the Enterprise, Age class, and give the weight goal a name.
6. Click Save Weight Goal. This will bring you to a new page where you can import indicator session CSV or add a weight target.

7. Select Import indicator session CSV.

8. You should now see you first weight records plotted on the graph.

   

View Individual Animal Weights

For All Animals

1. Select Animals from the tabs below the weight graph

For Select Animals

1. Select Select Animals

2. Drag the the plus over the animals you wish to select.

3. Select Selected Animals

The data will now be displayed in list form. From here you can also choose to export this data back out as a CSV, by selecting Export Selected.

  

Add Weight Target 

1. From the Targets tab, select Add Target

2. Fill in the Target Name, Date and enter the target weights
3. Select Save weight target.

     

Export From Your Weigh Indicator 

See these steps to export session data from your weigh indicator:

Gallagher TSI 2
See this link for up to date steps. 

  1. Insert the USB and export your files into the USB. 
  2. Click the Office button at the bottom right corner
  3. Click the Database from the menu at the top
  4. Select Export APS session
  5. Select a session you want to import
  6. Click Next
  7. Tick Export a session data file
  8. Untick Export a Life data file and Export an Animal History file
  9. Click Export 

See below example session data:

Tru-Test
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  1. Insert the USB
  2. The screen will pop up with the sessions
  3. Select the sessions you want to export
  4. Click the save button

Other
For all other indicators, change the column names in the CSV to:

  1. EID or electronic ID. 
  2. Date
  3. Weight

Example CSV file:
Weight,VID,Breed,DOB,EID,Date
267,TTDEMO1,Angus,01/05/2012,982000360237659,15/09/2014
331,TTDEMO2,Angus,02/05/2012,982 000359951630,15/09/2014

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