Using the Feed Tool

Using Dairy Margin Tracker's Feed Tool is simple. Here's a quick overview of the workflow.

First, Signup for the Feed Tool

It's easy to get started, and there's no risk to try it out. We don't take any billing information up front, and you get 30 days to try it for free.


Then, setup the Feed Tool

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1) Create Ingredients
All the ingredients you'll be feeding a Pen, including the Dry Matter % and Cost.

2) Add Pens
Each pen that you want to feed, categorized by Lactating, Dry, and Replacement.

3) Build a ration for each pen
Use your ingredients to build a ration for what a single cow should eat in a meal.


Get to Work and Create a Feeding

This is where the work really happens. For each day, create a feeding for each pen.

You can choose how many pounds to feed, and how many times in a day you want to feed. Adjust the values and click Get Recipe.

The amount of each needed ingredient is shown. See more in Features.

Learn More About the Feed Tool

Are you ready to upgrade your manual feeding process or looking for a simpler feeding solution?
Sign up today and try the Feed Tool free for 30 days. It's just $50 a month after that.

If you aren't ready to sign up, check out the Feed Tool Features to learn more, or send us a note and we'll be happy to answer your questions or give a demo.

Feed Tool

Our Clients Say

To me, the main advantage of using the feed tool is allowing us to be able to make changes now, instead of having to go into the actual computer in the office and take a bunch of samples.

It allows things to be quicker. It allows for things to stay consistent.

Which, any feed man will know, consistency allows for the greatest amount of production.

- Sam Barnes, Feeder

The feed tool, from my end, has really helped out on the management side of things - For the ease of changing rations.

Before, it was always quite a job to go into the main computer, change dry matters and different ration formulas, and print off different feed sheets.

The feed tool is a very easy, effective way of doing cow rations.

- Keith Kartes, Herdsman