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    May 28, 2020

    Successful farm management begins with accurate and up to date records. The process of record keeping allows the farm manager to collect and save data so it can be analyzed and used to make better decisions and turn information into actions. Level 1 was previously launched for farm managers who are new to record keeping or who may already keep records but are unsure of what information is worth keeping or how these records can be used. The newly released Level 2 resource has been developed to build upon the themes covered in Level 1 but also goes more in depth on some of the analysis that can be accomplished once you have established a set of records. This includes: Animal Health & Performance Body condition scoring Calving distribution Cow to bull ratio Mature cow weight Calculating pounds weaned per cow exposed Forage & Grasslands Crop records Feed inventory Feed waste Feed testing Winter feed ration Genetics ....

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  • This Grazing Season, Remember the Four Principles of Pasture Management

    May 21, 2020

    Successful farm management begins with accurate and up to date records. The process of record keeping allows the farm manager to collect and save data so it can be analyzed and used to make better decisions and turn information into actions. Level 1 was previously launched for farm managers who are new to record keeping or who may already keep records but are unsure of what information is worth keeping or how these records can be used. The newly released Level 2 resource has been developed to build upon the themes covered in Level 1 but also goes more in depth on some of the analysis that can be accomplished once you have established a set of records. This includes: Animal Health & Performance Body condition scoring Calving distribution Cow to bull ratio Mature cow weight Calculating pounds weaned per cow exposed Forage & Grasslands Crop records Feed inventory Feed waste Feed testing Winter feed ration Genetics ....

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