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iRanch calculator offers tools for producers

Amanda Nolz Radke

Breakevens, feed bills, body condition scores, nutrition requirements, mineral supplementation and annual cow costs are all calculations beef producers consider when embarking on their business plan each year. A successful rancher keeps a close eye on these numbers to make sure he is taking care of his cattle and managing his pocketbook.

A new tool is now available for producers to make these calculations easier than ever before. It’s called the iRanch calculator, and it’s available through Apple computers, an application for iPhones that was launched on Oct. 7, 2010. Founder and creator of this application, Annie Clement, Ph.D., explained the ins and outs of this tool and how producers can apply it to make their operations more successful.

Breakevens, feed bills, body condition scores, nutrition requirements, mineral supplementation and annual cow costs are all calculations beef producers consider when embarking on their business plan each year. A successful rancher keeps a close eye on these numbers to make sure he is taking care of his cattle and managing his pocketbook.

A new tool is now available for producers to make these calculations easier than ever before. It’s called the iRanch calculator, and it’s available through Apple computers, an application for iPhones that was launched on Oct. 7, 2010. Founder and creator of this application, Annie Clement, Ph.D., explained the ins and outs of this tool and how producers can apply it to make their operations more successful.

Breakevens, feed bills, body condition scores, nutrition requirements, mineral supplementation and annual cow costs are all calculations beef producers consider when embarking on their business plan each year. A successful rancher keeps a close eye on these numbers to make sure he is taking care of his cattle and managing his pocketbook.

A new tool is now available for producers to make these calculations easier than ever before. It’s called the iRanch calculator, and it’s available through Apple computers, an application for iPhones that was launched on Oct. 7, 2010. Founder and creator of this application, Annie Clement, Ph.D., explained the ins and outs of this tool and how producers can apply it to make their operations more successful.

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