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Permalink Web-Based Grazing Record Keeping Tool Introduced

The Montana Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative (GLCI) recently launched a new web-based planning and record keeping program for ranchers and grazing managers. GrazeKeeper is an electronic tool to manage livestock and pasture inventory, grazing plans, and grazing records. GrazeKeeper allows users to inventory resources, track in- and out-dates of numerous herds, automatically track weather and precipitation using NOAA data, and map the ranch and pastures with Google Maps. Interested users can sign up for GrazeKeeper under a free 90-day trial period, which offers full functionality of the program and its reports to users. After the trial period, users will receive a payment window to purchase the product.



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