ClassAct utilises your herd's classification results by offering eight live reports to interactively analyse your herd.

ClassAct enables users to make better use of the information collected by the Classifier and is updated straight after the classification visit. By using this tool, users can quickly identify specific strengths and weaknesses and the progress of their herd. It will enable making more informed breeding decisions and improve upon the general conformation and productivity of the entire herd.

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Herd Inspection Analysis

Groups of recently classified animals within a herd can be viewed and compared to the national average for each trait. Any ailments, whether beneficial or not, are highlighted for linear averages thar are outside the desired range This allows for simple detection of which areas need improvement or are performing well within a herd. Certain ranges can be selected from the drop down menu so, for example, the bottom 10% of heifers can be viewed to see which linear traits are proving to be detrimental to overall performance.

Herd Overview

The Herd Overview graph quickly allows consideration of how classified animals are performing and changing over time. Different age groups of animals can be selected and it can be seem how the average classification for each group has changed over recent years.

Summary of Animal Inspections

The breakdown of all the linear scores leading to the final classification are listed for each animal. Although initially displayed according to the Final Score, each of the linear traits can be re-ranked to find out which animals perform best or worst for each trait.

Final Score Report

A list of recent animal classifications is displayed initially ranked by final score, but can be re-ranked for each of the composite traits: Body Conformation, Dairy Strength, Mammary and Feet & Legs. This allows for easy detection of which traits are influencing overall animal performance. Details of first time Excellent and multiple Excellent animals can also be viewed, along with the number of generations of VG/EX of each animal.

Breakdown of Inspection by Classification

These charts provide an overview of the classified portion of the herd going back up to ten years to determine the number and percentage of animals in each classification range. This data provides a valuable indication of how the herd is performing at a glance.

N.B. Animals that have not been further classified after their heifer inspection will still appear on the heifer list corresponding to their year of inspection.