Female Inventory

Female Inventory is an essential step for members in the annual recording process.  The forms are available to all members in their member download area, as well as in a paper copy if requested.

Members can remove (fate) from or add females to their inventory and change the registration status of animals using these forms.   After the Inventory forms have been processed at Angus Australia the Member Services team generate members their individual herd calf record forms.  These forms are pre-printed with all the active calving females that the member has retained in the female inventory.

Females become eligible for Inventory fees in the year they turn two.

Inventory fees are invoiced based on the member’s returned inventory forms and must be paid prior to registering any progeny.

 

IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER IN REGARDS TO INVENTORY
  • In early December Angus Australia will produce an Autumn Inventory for all breeders flagged with as Autumn calvers
  • By the 28th February you need to have completed your Autumn Inventory (fating any females that you do not wish to keep active in your herd) and submitted these forms to Angus Australia. Completing this means that you will not be charged a female inventory fee for any females you no longer have active in your herds. It is important to know that you are unable to register any progeny from inactive females.
  • During March we process your inventory and calculate your invoice based on the number of active females you have retained in each Angus Register.
  • Members Autumn Inventory fees will be invoiced by the 31st March.
  • In early April, Angus Australia will generate Autumn calf record forms based on the active females retained on each members Autumn female inventory. Members Calf Record forms are available online and paper copies will also be sent to applicable members.
  • In early May Angus Australia will produce a Spring Inventory for all breeders flagged with as Spring calvers
  • By the 26th June, you need to have completed your Spring Inventory (fating any females that you do not wish to keep active in your herd) and submitted these forms to Angus Australia. Completing this means that you will not be charged a female inventory fee for any females you no longer have active in your herds. It is important to know that you are unable to register any progeny from inactive females.
  • During July Angus Australia will process your inventory and calculates your invoice based on the number of active females you have retained in each Angus Register.
  • Your Spring Inventory fees will be invoiced to you in July.
  • Members are given 60 days to pay that invoice in full by the nominated date (30th September)

Please be aware that no adjustments will be made to this invoice for any animals fated after the invoice has been raised.  Our accounting system is unable to process any credits once this invoice has been raised.

 


INVENTORY FATE CODES

Below is the list of fate codes that you are required to use when fating any females off your inventory.  A fate code and a fate date are essential.

A Cast for Age
B Sold Surplus Breeding Female
C Calving Incident
D Disease
E Eye Pigments
F Not in Calf
G Genetic Condition
H Horns
J Cull Unjoined
K Coat Type
M Missing Assumed Dead
P Poor Performance (milk, condition)
Q Appearance (True to Type)
R Reproduction Abnormality
S Structural Problem
T Poor Temperament
U Udder or Teat Problem
V Poor EBVs
W Calved but failed to Rear Calf to Weaning
X Susceptible to Parasites
Y Died Unknown Cause
Z Died Accident
6 Reinstate

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

If you have any queries regarding the Inventory System, please do not hesitate to call the Member Services Team on (02) 6773 4600 or email regos@angusaustralia.com.au

 

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