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ISU Sheep Feedlot Monitor Software

Garland Dahlke

The software is specialized to assist sheep feedlot managers with both detailed monitoring of animal performance along with business transactions involving the sheep feeding enterprise.

Please download the free documentation/help file for further instructions, a preview of what you can expect to find within the software as well as instructions on how to get started once you've purchased the software.

Pages / Length: 46MB .zip file
Publication Date: 01/2016
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Permanent link for this product: https://store.extension.iastate.edu/Product/14491


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