Intuitive data management
Improve data transparency through monitoring and analysing all this production data on a daily basis: House and flock placement Genetic lines Male and female mortality and culls Male and female body weights and evenness Male and female bird movements Egg collection Checks and alarms Feed and water consumption Temperature, lighting levels, NH₃, CO₂, humidity, litter and feather score monitoring On-farm feed and other deliveries Legislative compliance Salmonella testing regime with system prompts to ensure compliance Medical and vetrinary interventions with system prompts alerting users to potential issues at an early stage Data is recorded on a daily basis and graphical representation interprets complex data for you.
Whole life story
Pullet data can be transferred to laying sheds forming the 'whole-life' story of a flock, whether you rear your own pullets or have pullet customers. Benchmarking the whole life of flocks can influence your choice of feed, growing programme and flock management. Data sharing with your pullet customers promotes your company as open and innovative. Data collaboration with your laying customers can give you feedback on your pullet rearing management strategies.
Trace the genetic bloodline of each flock. Identify performance traits of breeder flock genetic lines and their progeny. Compare against genetic potential, especially total eggs per hen housed.
Eggbase was the first company in the UK to take advantage of the cloud to provide a full software-as-a-service solution for the egg and poultry industry, allowing for centralisation and sharing of data, Your data is valuable. Eggbase is independent. The choice of who you share your data with is yours. We uphold the Data Protection Act and only allow access to your data to those you have asked to sign our Software As A Service agreement. There are two different levels of benchmarking, performance across any of your own current and historical flocks and performance compared to other parent stocks. There are many beneficial reasons to undertake benchmarking: Performance analysis Comparison against genetic potential to identify performance traits of breeder flock genetic lines and their progeny Peer support Field support from feed suppliers or vets, for example - either on farm or remotely Impose a data structure on large enterprises with geographically remote farms Confidential collaboration with primary breeder companies to improve genetic lines Evaluate most suitable growing, vaccination, housing management programmes from best performing flocks In addition to our standard benchmarking reports, bespoke reports can be requested to carry out any particular project. Bespoke reporting at this level maintains your commercial confidentiality and we pride ourselves on working on a one-to-one basis with all our clients.