The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is now offering a "cattle tracker" app.
The app helps producers keep track of weaning, pregnancy checks and calving. Richard Randle, a veterinarian at the university's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, says the app helps document information that needs to be recorded in real time.
The app isn't a record-keeping program, but a way to collect data. The data can then be emailed as a spreadsheet file, allowing producers to keep records from year to year.
The app is available at http://real.unl.edu
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