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Litters and Kits
Tracking the little ones...
How do I see the litter after kits are butchered?
When all the kits in a litter are marked as butchered, the system automatically archives the litter. Open the doe or buck's profile that the litter belongs to. Select “Litters”. Web version : Select “Inactive”. Mobile : Select “Butchered”.
How do I record a Birth or add a Litter?
If you have not first recorded a birth, a Litter Task Template will not be assigned to the new litter. Litter Task Templates can be completely customized and numerous can be saved in order to meet the needs of varying breeds or litters born for different purposes. Things such as weigh-ins, weaning dates, selling dates, and butcher dates can be added to Litter Task Templates.
How do I undo a dead Kit?
A kit can be marked as dead in the kit's profile, within Litters, by clicking the dropdown arrow on the kit's card and choosing "Died". To undo this action, click the grey “i” found within the “Died” tile. There you will have the option to select which kits you want to undo.
How to sell a Kit or Litter
Selling kits is easy, and your Ledger, if available with your account, will automatically update with the new income. Web Version Select Litters from the menu on the left. Select the ellipses(...) to the right of the kit's litter or whole litter that you would like to sell. At the top, you can toggle between “Individual” and “Entire Litter". If you choose Individual, you can enter the
How do I enter Litter Weights?
Tracking kit weights will help ensure all kits in a litter are thriving. Full litter weights can be compared to dictate which Breeders are producing bigger kits. There are multiple ways to enter Litter weights. Web Version Select “Litters” in the menu on the left side. Click the green ellipses(...) next to the corresponding litter. Select “Weigh”. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/he
How to turn a Kit into a Breeder
If you are retaining a kit to grow out or keep, it is useful to change them into Breeder. Moving a Kit to a Breeder Open a Litter Profile. On the kit’s tile that you would like to make a Breeder, select the ellipses(...) in the top right. Select ‘Breeder”. Select “Yes”. That kit will automatically show up in your Breeder List. How to Undo
How do I foster a Kit?
Fostering kits can be essential when you have a doe with a large litter and a doe with a small litter. Evening out the mothering responsibility often results in bigger and healthier kits. The Fostering feature allows you to keep track of where kits were born and where they were fostered to. Web Version Open the Litters page from the menu on the left side. Select the litter you want to foster from. Click the ellipses(...) in the top right of the kit’s tile that you want to foster.
How to mark Kits as Butchered
You can mark an individual or an entire litter as butchered. You can also enter weights, and your Reports will automatically update with this information. Web Version Select Litters from the menu on the left. Click the ellipses(...) on the litter you would like to butcher from and click “Butcher”. Here you can select if you would like to butcher Individually or as an Entire Litter. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/65fa9a92270ab400/individually-or-as-a-litterjp
All about Litter IDs
Litter IDs are used to differentiate litters and could be a shortened version of your tattoos. For example, if your tattoos are usually your farm initials, parent initials, litter number, and then the kit number (HHRB23), your litter ID might be everything but the kit number (HHRB2). You have the option to always manually enter your litter ID or have it automatically increase by an increment of 1 if your last character is a number. Below are instructions on how to change this setting.
Each litter has a “Stats” section where you can compare kit performance and litter reports. Web Version Select “Litters” from the menu on the left. Click the litter that you want to view and select the “Stats” tab from the top. Here, you can see the survival rate, gestation days, number of kits, and growth rate for the litter. Below these stats, you will see your pro