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Mobile android app designed to help ranchers

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A farm and ranch management software company has unveiled “Today’s Mobile Rancher,” a mobile companion.

The app is designed to operate as a stand-alone system or in conjunction with the rest of the AgManagement Systems’ Today’s Rancher product line. The user can access animal records, medical treatments, notes, record weight changes, births, location changes and sales.

The app works for cattle, goats, sheep and hog operations. Users who do not have a cell signal or data connection can use Google Voice Recognition for data entry where available. Unlike some of the others in the field, the app communicates with other products, to give customers the most complete ranch accounting and asset management solution available today. The app is available for purchase at the Google Play Store and at Amazon. The updates will be free and as the program grows and evolves.

Features allow the producer to add and edit records; keep track of medical records; take notes; record weights, births, location changes and sales; view auction results, and create export files for the Today’s Rancher desktop.

Subscribers to the Cloud system can easily download master animal records from their online databases and log on and work with data directly from any tablet or Internet-connected device.

For more information, call 830-265-0089 or visit AgManagementSystems.com.

Date: 6/24/2013



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