Cattleman's Assistant Reports
This is a new product designed for both the
commercial cattleman, and the registered herd operation. But more than
keeping records on your cattle, it handles record keeping for all aspects
of the ranching work, such as putting up hay, handling and using leases,
improving your land and maintaining your machinery and facilities. For
all tracked information, there is a report that can be called up to view
and print. Normally the report can be scaled down to a certain period of
time, or category or subject.
- Reports of your appointments, events you were
involved in, defining subjects, like auctions, brandings, gathers and print
reports broken down to just a specific subject over a defined period of
- Backgrounding of cattle, including what the feed
ration consisted of, the amount of time and the calculated pounds gain
per day, per animal based on the weight of the herd at the start date again
at the end date.
- Breeding Event reports, ie when a cow was AI'd,
bull(s) were introduced to a herd over what time frame, and embryo transfer,
listing bull and donor cow.
- Separate reports for bulls, cows, and calfs,
including in each case, the characteristics of interest.
- An EarTag summary list for all your cattle.
- A cow/calf pair listing showing ear tags, and
characteristics of interest.
- PROGENY DATA reports for each cow or bull
that have offspring that are linked by identifier as parent/child in the
database. The report shows basic specifics for the parent, EPDS if they
were entered for the parent, and calf birthing, weaning specifics, and
calving problems and calf characteristics that the ranch manager has entered
in this program to work from. These reports are launched from a separate
Progeny Data window, and the design allows for this capability rather livestock
is registered or commercial.
- A report for "doctoring livestock",
you can track for individual bovines by eartag, herds by herd name, and
horses by horsename, what was done and a cost if any.
- A breakdown report for your equipment repair
status, costs, work done, etc. This can be anything you have defined in
the Facilities/Machinery/Equipment window. You can get reports by year,
- A list of Herds you have entered, showing name,
animal count if you have entered that, where the herd is now, vacination
status and where purchased if thats pertinent.
- A list of the movement of your herds, showing
start location, destination location, general commments, how they did on
pasture and a cost if any.
- A journaling window report where you can track
virtually any item, on meetings, picnics, 4H events for your kids, you
name it and you define the subject.
- A report of your leases, what type, the money
charged, where they are, if the land needs workup, etc.
- Land Improvement reports, including what was
done, who did the work and the supplies used and the costs.
- A list of the machinery, facility items and equipment
you have defined including original cost, current value, etc.
- A report listing all your pastures, cropland
and feedlot pens that are in your scope of ranching, includes size, forage
type, current yield, current needs and any other important comments.
- A report showing the irrigation specifics for
each of your defined pastures or croplands, that you do irrigate. A separate
entry for each specific application by days, and how and how much water
was used and cost if you had that value to enter.
- Two different type reports on your horse remuda,
one showing all animals and their basic info, and a specific profile report
for each animal individually, showing their more specific information.
- Accounts Payable (Who you owe money to, what
the service was and when, and how much).
- Accounts Receivable (Whom owe you money to, what
the service was and when, and current status).
- Invoices (where the title block for the ranch
is left blank, so you can use your own ranch letterhead paper in the printer.)
- Invoices with the ranch header filled in with
the information in for your ranch.
- Track expenses with categories and accounts you
- Track income with categories and accounts you
- Customer accounts, a list of all accounts and
- Provider accounts, a list of all accounts and
their details, for those ranches/businesses you have defined as your suppliers
or service providers, ie auction people, tack stores, feed and hay merchants,
handy men, etc.)
- Payments from customers (where you record for the current year actual
income you have received to date).
- Personal expenses, track with categories and accounts you define.