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Confidently compare the results of your herd's reproductive performance year-on-year against other herd records.

Fertility Focus Report

 

A Fertility Focus Report allows dairy farmers to confidently compare reproductive performance year to year, with other herds, and find out what is possible. It also helps identify priorities for action.

 

Instructions for generating a Fertility Focus Report

 

Within the Fertility Focus Report is a section "Behind your Fertility Focus Report", which provides a summary of the herd records used, explanations of what records were used, and why some measures may not have been calculated.

Where can I get a report for my herd?

 

From an InCalf accredited Herd Improvement Centre or InCalf adviser (PDF, 342KB), or via InCalf accredited herd management software.

What records do I need to produce a report?

 

Producing a report is easy because it's generated from herd records already collected by your herd recording centre or adviser, or data you've entered on your PC using a herd management software.

Even with very basic records, a useful analysis can be conducted. With more comprehensive records, an intermediate or detailed analysis can be conducted.

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How can I get help with Fertility Focus Reports?

 

If you need help please email incalf@dairyaustralia.com.au explaining which herd management program you are extracting data from to generate your report; and attached your report to the email.

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