Advice from Agri net user's please

milkmate

New Member
I would like to advice from people who have used agri net for maybe 5years +, is this a useful tool or an essential tool,and are you still using it.
I have years of grazing experience and love data and recording results, but have yet to take the plunge into this. We are not extensive grazing but a herd of all sorts trying to improve our grass management.
Thanks
 

Slowcow

Member
I used it for 4 years, last spring I wanted to add another block of land and stock and was going to be a extra £80.

I just used a spreadsheet on my phone after that because I'm tight! Once you've got your head around how to work it out its not too bad does involve a bit more work than using agrinet and you don't get the useful reports unless you put in a load of formulas.

If I was starting out measuring again I'd still use agrinet for a couple years, it's easy to use, gives you confidence that you really should cut that paddock for silage and in a 'cloud' somewhere so if a cow treads on your phone you don't lose months of data.
 

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On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

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