U.S. Livestock Systems, Centralia, Mo., recently announced it will distribute, install and service a comprehensive livestock auction software program with check-in, clerking and office modules that allow users to enter animals and print checks and invoices.

The program can also track radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, and has a veterinarian program that includes the necessary paperwork for a sale barn veterinarian.

The software has a penning program; a selling and sold scoreboard program; a remote access program for technical support; and special management reports that help sale barn owners increase their bottom lines.

The U.S. Livestock Systems software also comes with a buyer's terminal that allows buyers to print a working copy of their bills during the live auction, and a television monitor that shows the audience a current ongoing report of the sale. Also, identification cards can be assigned to customers, who can then use them to check and see how much their livestock have brought. Buyers can use the cards as well to look up accounts.

The livestock auction software is Windows-based and compatible with current Windows PCs.

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