New Preg Check Event Action

Watch this video to get a brief overview of the New Pregnancy Check action. The text below goes into more detail.

This action is used to record a preg check result for a cow. It is normally used for one cow at a time, but it can also be used for multiple cows at once.

Starting the Action

This action can be used on both computers and mobile devices. To learn how to start an action, please see Actions.

First select the animals you are recording a preg check event for. Then you can start this action. It will only be available if one or more animals are selected. All selected animal must be females.

On mobile devices, the New Preg Check Event action is found under the Events tool bar item.

Action Fields

All of this action's fields are listed below. If any are required to have a value, that is noted. If there is any special information about the field that you need to know for this action, it is also noted. More general information about all of the fields can be found in the Field Descriptions topic.

  • Pregnancy Check.
    • Check Date. Required.
    • Result. Required.
    • Calving Date. Use this field to enter the number of days or months since conception. If you enter a number from 1-9, Herdly will assume you mean months. A number 10 or greater will mean days. Herdly will use this information to calculate an estimated calving date.
    • Predicted Gender.
    • Check Method.
    • Checker. You can enter the name of the person doing the preg checking here. This is a link to your contacts, so they must have previously been created.
    • Measurement Area.
    • Measurement.
  • Note.

When you have finished filling in the fields in this action, use the Save button to save your information. A preg check record will be created for each animal and any related information for the animal will be updated.

If you make a mistake in this event, use the Pregnancy Check Events child list on the computer to edit or delete the event. On a mobile device, you can edit or delete it by using the edit button next to the event in the Animal History action.