February Webinar: Streamlining livestock management with fieldmargin

February Webinar: Streamlining livestock management with fieldmargin

This year we are going to start running a monthly webinar. These webinars are going to be interactive with many opportunities to ask questions. The second will be on livestock management including how to take control of your grazing with smart tools to monitor herd moves and pasture rest days

This was inspired by the results of our end-of-year survey. Webinars were the most popular response for new training material. We hope you will be able to come along! 

Join us on the 22nd of February for our webinar “Streamlining livestock management with fieldmargin”

Time: 22nd February – 5 pm GMT 

Duration: 60 mins 

Speakers: Camilla, Alison, and guest farmer Andre Christie-Smith.

The webinar will include: 

  • Recording animal numbers and location
  • Record herd moves in a few taps
  • Taking control of your grazing
  • Recording fertilizer use and hay + silage yields.

We will also share some digital farm tours from experienced fieldmargin users. They will share how using fieldmargin has helped their management. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

To join the webinar click the link below and fill out the form. We will email joining instructions.

We understand that there will be issues with busy times on the farm and time zones (particularly in Australia and New Zealand). If you are not able to join live we will send out a recording. 

Throughout the year we will cover more subjects such as, preparing for Audits, environmental stewardship mapping, farm costs, and fertilizer planning. If you have any ideas for subjects you would like us to cover in future meetings email us at support@fieldmargin.com 

Watch our January Webinar here:

 Click here to view a recording of our webinar –  “How to set up your digital farm map with fieldmargin”

Speakers: Camilla, Alison, and guest farm tour from Bryce USA.

The recording includes: 

  • How to import or map fields
  • Divide fields into sections
  • Map infrastructure 
  • Plan rotations

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