Online Class Schedule
CattleMax 101 – The Basics of CattleMax
A 1-hour or so guided tour of CattleMax in action! You will learn the basics of working with CattleMax, from adding cattle records to common processes that will save you time and effort. This class is great for producers considering CattleMax or have recently started using CattleMax.
This guided tour will be covering topics such as Pricing & Plans, Adding An Animal, Updating An Animals data (Photos, Vaccinations and more), Breeding & Pregnancy Checking, and a brief overview of reports & marketing.
Thursday, October 8, 2020, 7:00 PM CDT
(Starts at 8 pm Eastern / 7 pm Central / 6 pm Mountain / 5 pm Pacific)
How to save time organizing your cattle records
In this 1 hour online class, the CattleMax team will show you how to organize your records and enter them into CattleMax. You’ll get organized, save time, and have a plan for making better herd management decisions. CattleMax team members will also be online to answer your questions one-on-one. The best way to get the most out of the workshop is to have some existing records to work with – even if it’s just some basic details. One hour of your time today will save you lots of time organizing and keeping track of your cattle records in the future.
How Online Classes Work
Learn more about cattle record-keeping and CattleMax through an online workshop. After registering for the free workshop, you’ll receive an email that includes a link to click when it’s time for the workshop. You’ll then see the workshop right on your own computer, and you can hear through your computer’s or device’s speakers.
Internet speed is not a problem – the workshop system works just fine on a dial-up Internet connection.
Want to watch while on the go? You can participate on a phone or tablet as well. You’ll be able to ask your cattle record-keeping related questions through a type-in area that appears on your screen.
Also, don’t worry about finding a quiet time at your house… your audio will be muted so no one else will hear the dogs barking or kids playing. Whether you want to sit back and just watch & listen or ask your own questions, you choose how much you participate.