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PastureGauge has been designed for farm and consulting use.


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  • Last Updated: Oct 22, 2008
  • License: Shareware $574.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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PastureGauge is a Business software developed by Alistair George. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for PastureGauge:

BS Editor: Users of PastureGauge?find many benefits in dry matter measuring, and are claiming increased carrying Capacity through better pasture budgeting and utilisation. Feed budgeting improves the efficiency of grazing management and is as important as Cash Flow budgeting. PastureGauge?makes it easy to measure the amount of pasture and the growth rates in selected paddocks or on the whole farm, and adjust consumption to match reserves and growth.
PastureGauge has been designed for farm and consulting use. It uses an electronic system which measures the dry matter, not the height of grass, and records it on a computer in terms of kilograms or pounds (USA) of dry matter per hectare or acre. IntelliSense Measuring System IMS?br> Other pasture measurers need air calibration for reference. Sometimes these calibrations are inaccurate, or they drift out during the paddock walk. IMS?eliminates the need to CaliBrate, and also maintains a watch on the measuring environment, to ensure that any vagaries are catered for. Climatic conditions are not an issue because of IMS. For example, a measurement might start in the dry and then it starts raining. IMS will automatically compensate, and your measurement remains consistent. No other electronic system has this ability
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