Run your Farm in High Resolution with Individual Animal Management
Connect powerful insights, know which decisions are working hardest for you, and ensure you’re getting the most out of your land and animals.Start for free
Individual animal data and detailed grazing insights, all in one powerful solution.
Track everything that matters without having to bounce between platforms.
Break down the barriers between livestock and grazing data to make more holistic business decisions for your ranch.
Seamlessly connect your data platform with crush-side hardware, saving time and eliminating gaps in data.
Eliminate Guesswork from your Decisions
From calculating true stocking loads, to determining if a pasture rotation is underutilized, to selecting animals to sell-off during a drought, AgriWebb’s Individual Animal Management solution lets you make data-backed, real-time decisions that move your farm forward.
- Know for sure how much forage you have available in any pasture, at any time.
- Know for sure which animals yield the most profits, highest quality carcasses, and the least required money and resources invested.
- Know for sure how variables like fertilizer, cover crops, grazing strategies affect your pasture/paddock performance.
Exact feed on offer (FOO)
Grazing days remaining
Pasture growth rate
Livestock load by paddock
Better Insights Mean Better Profits
At the end of the day, what matters most to your business is your ability to deliver ROI and put more money back into your pocket. Know for sure which decisions are costing you money and which are making you money.Learn how it works
Easily Identify Overperformers
From genetics and vendors, double down on the factors that lead to your best-performing animals
Filter by Over 40 Animal Traits
Combine multiple filters to target the animals you’re interested in. You can even save specific filters to refer to later
Get More Green from your Grazing
Utilize your pastures to their greatest potential, based on your operation’s unique goals
Capitalize on the Market
Know which, and when, your animals will hit the peak of market-readiness