|Feed Supervisor® Software - Consultant|
The Consultant Version of Feed Supervisor® Software allows you to import your client's data and analyze at your convenience. Import multiple herds to the software and a dashboard shows you the current files available.
Dry matter intake graphs are easy to interpret for you and your nutrition clients. Evaluate costly feed additives or ration changes against milk production and components from the first day. Balance rations based on actual dry matter intakes. Graph previous year's intakes and milk production to analyze and prepare for seasonal changes.
The Feed Supervisor® Consultant Version is provided at no cost to you when you work with a client that uses Feed Supervisor® software. Together you and your clients can work in unison by analyzing the same data in the same program!
Data Coaching for Professionals - Need a hand preparing for your Feed Supervisor® client meeting? We can help you gather the right reports and analyze data so you save time.
"Since my consultant has his own version of Feed Supervisor, our feeding program runs even more efficiently. I email a backup file to him weekly, so he stays current with the dairy in between farm visits. Ultimately, Feed Supervisor is a powerful indicator that tells me what I'm doing right or wrong. When my consultant comes to our farm, he needs the tools to help solve the problems. Feed Supervisor is that tool. My consultant and I can look at the data together or separately. He can be in his office, while I'm in mine. Having a consultant that knows the program makes communication between us more proficient."
Clear Lake, WI
Jun 19, 2019 - 1:32 pmThere are only 11 days left to get in on the early adopter pricing for the SCiO Pocket Feed Analyzer. Call us today to learn how you can save up to $670. Sale ends June 30th, 2019. 715-755-3575
Jun 18, 2019 - 12:01 pmJacob got his new SCiO and seeing consistent scans within 1% of other testing methods on TMR. Excited about the results!
Jun 7, 2019 - 5:14 pmAre you ready to start chopping your first crop of 2019? Call us today to learn more about the SCiO Pocket Feed Analyzer. Test dry matter % instantly instead of waiting 45 minutes to dry down each sample. Using NIR technology, get instant results to give you confidence that the amount of feed you put up will last you through the year. Special pricing available thru June 30th. We have units in stock and can ship today. Call 715-755-3575
Jun 6, 2019 - 11:58 amWAXX Radio has started playing our latest! If you have heard it, let us know! If not check it out!
Jun 5, 2019 - 11:18 amWe were excited to finally use our SCiO devices on some freshly chopped feed. We tested it against our client's koster tester and got 28% dry matter with both methods. Dairyland Labs test results came back as 28% dry matter as well. This validates our confidence in the accuracy of the SCiO device! Get your SCiO to help make harvest decisions today!
Apr 5, 2019 - 4:19 pmCheck out the promotional video for the SCiO Pocket Size Analyzer. Featuring one of our own...
Mar 26, 2019 - 11:00 amPocket Feed Analyzer- Instant testing of: Corn Silage, Grass Silage, Dry Hay, Small Grain Silage, Fresh Corn Silage, Mixed Forage Silage, High Moisture Corn, Dry Shelled Corn and Fresh Small Gain. Coming Soon: Fresh Grass, Fresh legume and Fresh Mixed Silage, TMR.
Sep 26, 2018 - 11:12 amThe crisp air has returned and it reminds us that Autumn has arrived. And next week is the World Dairy Expo already. Stop in and see us at the show. See a demonstration of our systems and receive a free grilled cheese sandwich. See you there!
Nov 17, 2017 - 1:16 pmFeed Supervisor Software is much more than a feed management system. It can be a great tool used to assess economic impact of certain events and farm decisions. Check out our flyer to learn more!
Nov 9, 2017 - 1:00 pmJust a few tips and tricks to keep in mind as winter creeps up on us. Prepare your cows for the cold and see a better return throughout the winter. Also keep in mind that Feed Supervisor allows you to input weather data so you can track cow performance in relation to the temperature, snow, rain, etc.