Cattle Record Keeping: Livestock Breeding and Production, Calving Journal Record Book, Income and Expense Tracker, Cattle Management Accounti (Paperback)
This Cattle Recording Book is the perfect notebook for organizing and keeping track of your herd. Keeping accurate records is vital to any business and with this cattle management notebook you will be able to record all the information in an organized way.
- Planning Calendar- space to write 12-month planning details
- Calving Record- details for the calf, cow and sir ID, birthdate, sex, calf ease, calf vigor, birth weight, nursed (yes/no), weaning weight, weaning date, cow BCS, and notes
- A.I. Bull Breeding Record- Cow ID, date, 1st service, Bull ID, estimate calving date, 2nd service, estimate calving date, and AI tech
- Cow Production History Card- cow registration #, description (color/breed), cow's sire, dam, birth date, purchase date, sir and dam breed, weaning weight, the purchase price
- Breeding Record- weight at first service (KGS), age at first service (days), heat dates, date of A.I/Bull service, preg. diagnosis date, date to dry, date due to calf
- Cow ID#- date of sale or removal, reason, sale weight, the sale price/lb, total value, age at first calving (days), age at conception (days), date calved, calf sex, calving internal (days), notes
- Medical Log- date, cow ID, medication, dosage, diagnosis, and notes
- Deworming and Immunizations- date, cow ID, dosage, next due, and notes
- Cattle Sales Record- date, class of cattle, ID number, weight, the price per pound, the total price
- Expense Record- Expense Item: date, description, feed, supplies, medical, other, total cost, total expenses, net profit or loss
- Notes- record information regarding farming supplies, current and future market trends, climate and weather patterns, soil quality, feed management, etc.
- Size: 8" x10"
- Pages: 150
- Matte finish
Order this book today to start recording all the necessary information about your farming operations. Makes a perfect gift for cattlemen, ranchers, farmers, and small breeders.