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FeedComp

The dollars you invest in feed create the dollars you earn in productivity. Boost your bottom line with increased efficiency and decreased waste.

Tulare, CA - 11 28 2017

Flexibility
Feed accounts for greater than 60% of the cost of producing milk, making this your largest input cost by far. It is imperative for dairy producers to manage input costs successfully in order to obtain a higher return on investment. FeedComp, feed management software designed from a philosophy of flexibility while maintaining complete analytical ability, has been developed to help you manage your feeding systems accurately and easily. This software monitors feed use, sales, purchasing, animal intakes and cost. Other features include export files for consultants, graphing, customizable reports, user security levels, and chemistry levels, as well as current and forecasting inventories.

"With the cost of feed ingredients getting more expensive, FeedComp is instrumental in tracking ingredients in and out, managing inventories and shrink."

Mike Larson, Larson Acres, Evansville, WI

Automation
FeedComp works with mixer trucks and wagons, or with stationary mixers and delivery trucks. The FeedComp program uses an industrialized mixer scale indicator, made by Avery-Weightronix and GSE, and a Grayhill ultra bright LED external display. FeedComp has the best wireless communication between the trucks/tractors and the office in the industry. The software will monitor feed use, sales, purchasing, animal intakes, and cost. It also interfaces with DC305 to pull in pen counts and track history on individual animals. FeedComp can also be setup to be completely automated by using micro machines for mixing ingredients and turning conveyers on and off.

Eliminate feed sheets
Monitors intakes
Tracks Ingredient/Ratio Chemistries
Reduces feed wastes
Track income over feed price
Verifies feeding accuracy
Tracks feeding contracts
Optimizes pen feeding
FeedComp Training
To learn more about FeedComp and how to use some of the basic functions view our FeedComp training videos here:

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