Computers will become an increasingly important tool in animal management, as well as in most other areas of agricultural endeavour. Computers are commonly used for recording and analysing both research and centrally located production data, but seldom for on-farm use. This discussion concentrates on the traits that can be recorded at the farm level, and how these records can be used. System specifications for successful on-farm use are also outlined.
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 52, , 81-84, 1992
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