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A new livestock management - What would you look for

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by call ducks, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. call ducks

    call ducks silver appleyard addict

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    Hey all,

    I am developing a livestock/poultry management app.

    Right now I have the basics covered
    Sales & Expenses
    Contacts
    Incubator management
    Hatches
    Animals (with the ability to make it publicly visible so you can share the details with others)
    Charts & Graphs ( I am in heavy development of this feature) - these will take your eggs set / chicks hatched and than plot that with the date, it will plot sales/expenses on a day-to-day basis (most likely the last week)
    I am thinking about implementing a pedigree feature how many would find this useful (more so for the breeders).

    Potentially could add custom unit/measurement options,
    Productivity options (ie. record how many eggs produced, or how many liters of milk produced)

    So what features would you like to see?

    Ps. This is web based but we have a desktop app (it's a google chrome browser app that opens in the desktop), and it is fully responsive so it will fit any screen sizes.
     

  2. Rainbow Acres

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    What is your app called? Is it available on ios?
     
  3. centrarchid

    centrarchid Free Ranging

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    Weather / temperature impacts on feed intake and productivity.
     
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  4. Rainbow Acres

    Rainbow Acres In the Brooder

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    Link???
     
  5. aart

    aart Chicken Juggler! Premium Member

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