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All your information in one place
Your Kingswood Farm IT System is the control centre from which you can manage your herd, fields, grass and financial recording.
Kingswood Herd, Fields and Accounts don’t just work together to give you comprehensive analysis and reports – they link with outside agencies and on-farm equipment to ease the burden of data entry and allow you to manage an increasing array of electronic devices on your farm.
Kingswood Mobile then gives you instant access to your information down the field or around the farm yard.
For a graphical description of how the Kingswood Farm IT Hub works, click here.
Here is what some of these vital links do for you
Allows instant calf registrations and updating of herd movements.
Sends Animal Events & receives milk records, EBIs & service details.
Profit Monitor Link
Generates Cost Control Planner figures for end of year Profit Monitor analysis.
Updates your veterinary purchases & treatments from files emailed to you by your vet.
Vets with Kingswood VMS, Vetscope or Telios management software can supply VetLink files to Kingswood customers.
Update sales & purchase details (prices & weights) in seconds.
All marts in the Republic of Ireland can supply sales/purchase files to Kingswood customers.
Plate Meter Link
Import grass measurements directly into Kingswood Fields for instant analysis of your feed wedge.
Updates sales details (prices, weights & grades) in seconds.
The following UK/Irish meat factories can supply sales remittance files to Kingswood customers.
Cow Scan Link
Get your scanning results emailed to you for input to Kingswood Herd.
Connects via Kingswood Accounts to your online banking services.
Streamlines transfer of accounts data to your accountant.
Sends & receives grass measurements & feed wedge to/from members of discussion groups.
Removes need for duplicate data entry. Feed rations calculated, if required.
Allows quick analysis of weight gain taken from your weighing equipment.
“Kingswood has been a major help in improving efficiencies at farm level and helping us to get the most out of our cheapest input – grass”