Please see below for step by step instructions based on your device of choice.
- Select Mobs
- Select List
- Select Edit
- Select the paddock the mob current resides in
- Clear the field
- Scroll or select the destination paddock for the mob
- Select Save
iPhone or iPad
- Select Mobs from the NoteBook’s home screen
- Press and hold the mob in question
- Drag the mob to the destination paddock and drop
- Select Today to back date the mob movement
- Select Move All or select Move depending on if you wish to move all mobs in a paddock, one mob or split a mob
- If splitting enter the # of head you wish to move and select OK
- Select Save in the top right hand corner to complete the move
Android Phone or Tablet
- Open the Mob Explorer.
- Select the mob you want to move by pressing the mob (lightly with one finger) icon and holding it down.
- The mob icon will "pop-up" above your finger so you can easily see it.
- Drag the mob icon to the paddock you want to move the mob to.
- A dialog window will be displayed allowing you to select individual mobs from the paddock to move.
- Select a specific mob you would like to move by pressing the mob name in the left column.
- A dialog window will appear asking how many from the mob you would like to move.
- If you want to move the entire mob, press "Ok". If you would like to split the mob, enter the number of head to move from the original mob into the new paddock.
- Be aware that the mob may merge into an existing mob in the destination paddock if there is a suitable one.
- To undo a selection press the mob on the right-hand side to return it to the left unselected column.
When do mobs merge?
A mob will merge with a different mob in the destination paddock if the mobs have the same:
- Animal species - i.e. both mobs contain cattle
- Animal class - i.e. both mobs are heifers
- Tag colour - i.e. both heifer mobs are orange tags
How far can a movement record be backdated?
A move can be backdated to the most recent event recorded on any of the mobs being moved. For example, if two mobs are being moved and one of the mobs was treated 5 days ago then the earliest the move can be backdated for both mobs is 5 days ago.
If a feed was put out in the source of target paddocks then the mob move cannot occur before these events.
How does a mob split affect records?
To prevent a large number of records being duplicated on a split mob, The AgriWebb NoteBook will not display movement, treatment and fertility records on the split mob.
Mob joining is initiated by moving dam and sire mobs into the same paddock. To end joining, remove either the sire or dam mobs. For more information on joining, see the Joining article.