Our newest interactive tool is an easy way for you to select sheep and beef farm data relevant to your situation and compare your business with others.
It aims to simplify our existing spreadsheet and quintile analysis. We encourage you to try it out and tell us what you think to help improve this tool and direct its future development.
Compare your business
Manage your ewes effectively with our handy planning tool, showing all the key sheep production activities in an easy-to-use online calendar.
You can store information on up to seven different mobs, making it easy to see and manage your busy times.
First decide on your target: lambing or tupping. Next choose a mob type: mixed-age ewes, two-tooths or hoggets. Then simply choose a target date.
The calendar will automatically populate with all activities for that mob, from pre-lambing through to lambing – for example, when to start scanning, or the final date to administer a Salmonella vaccine booster.
We've designed the calendar to be flexible. You can move some activities around to suit your own farm practice and schedule. Filter what you see by hiding a mob or a set of activities (such as veterinary treatments, ram health, winter shearing). View your activities in calendar or table form, and print either view.
Create your personalised sheep calendar
Data collection and benchmarking are key drivers of improved farm profitability. Now you can see how your business matches up at the click of a mouse.
The lambing percentage calculator is an interactive tool designed to lift performance on your farm.
Use it for a clear understanding of where your farm stands among a broader group – be it regional, land type or stock class. You can even compare your business performance going back to 2002.
Once you know where you are, you'll be better placed to know where you're going – so, if you need to, you can take appropriate action to change your course.
Calculate your lambing percentage
How can we improve our tools?
We're working hard to develop other interactive tools to help you make informed business decisions. Tell us what you'd find useful, and what we can do to improve the tools we have now.
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