Software simplifies record-keeping

December 2004
Southeast Farm Press;12/15/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 28, p36
Trade Publication
The article presents information about a software, Stock Mate. Farm Works Software is excited to announce its newest program for the handheld pocket personal computer or laptop computer called Stock Mate. It informs that Stock Mate is designed to handle multiple animal types on the farm such as cattle, hogs, dairy, sheep, horses, and more. Farmers or ranchers can save time by entering records for each animal while in the pasture or barn. Records that can be entered include birth, mating, weaning, health, feed, and weights.


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