Farm profitability & productivity blog | AgriWebb

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Best practice when drenching your livestock

Livestock parasites such as worms and liver fluke require an integrated parasite management program, with targeted drenching and non-chemical strategies.
12 Oct 2020

Feed records receive a raft of new capabilities

The most utilised record type in AgriWebb has received a refresh. Gone are the days of applying multiple records for feeding blends or rations.
19 Jun 2020
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Setting powerful goals as a primary producer

We share some tips on goal setting - a powerful tool that farm owners and managers can use to drive their businesses forward.
03 Jun 2020
4 mins
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What is regenerative agriculture?

Regenerative agriculture covers a range of farming practices designed to restore the land being farmed, for the benefit of the environment as a whole.
03 Jun 2020
4 mins
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Executive spotlight: Justin Webb

We’re shining a light on the people who make AgriWebb a great place to work. Here's the story of Co-Founder Justin Webb and his family farm.
03 Jun 2020
5 mins
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16 product improvements suggested by you

Insights go mobile, a new paddock drawing tool and much more. See what the team has improved in our latest fix-fest.
27 May 2020
5 mins
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Body condition scoring your livestock

Assessing your livestock's condition score is an important and easy way to ensure your cattle and sheep are getting the nutrition they need.
05 May 2020
3 mins
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The importance of pregnancy testing your beef cattle

Pregnancy testing your cattle allows you to make better management decisions to guarantee high fertility rates and a more successful beef enterprise.
04 May 2020
4 mins
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Scanning for lambing success

Wondering why scanning ewes during pregnancy is so important? Find out how you can increase lambing percentages using scanning best practices.
14 Apr 2020
4 mins
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Farmers ready for the challenges posed by COVID

A remote lifestyle, the growth of agtech and an essential product means the livestock industry is well placed to cope with COVID-19
31 Mar 2020
6 mins
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