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ASKBILL is the web-based app that complements your grazing knowledge with detailed data about your livestock, pastures, and genetics, and predicts opportunities and threats to your individual business from the weather, pests or disease—the critical information needed for making more precise farming decisions, protecting the wellbeing of your flock and maximising its productivity.


To see your livestock's future, just ASKBILL

Published on 18 May 2017

ASKBILL is the web-based app that complements your grazing knowledge with detailed data about your livestock, pastures, and genetics, and predicts opportunities and threats to your individual business from the weather, pests or disease—the critical information needed for making more precise farming decisions, protecting the wellbeing of your flock and maximising its productivity.

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Setting up ASKBILL for your property

Published on 5 Sep 2017

Set up ASKBILL in just 15 minutes and start receiving risk forecasts specific to your property and sheep business activities.

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How to make use of advice from ASKBILL

Published on 4 Sep 2017

Top tips from the Sheep CRC's Lu Hogan on how to interpret the ASKBILL predictions and make use of the app's advice.

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ASKBILL - the first predictive app for sheep in the world

Published on 16 Nov 2017

Prediction, prevention, production, profit and peace of mind - how ASKBILL can change your sheep business, with David Faulkner.

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Reports, Articles and Presentations

ASKBILL for a crystal-clear look at the future

Managing sheep health can be complicated and it can often seem that a crystal ball would be a good tool to have at your disposal so you could predict the future - By Jill Griffiths.


News Releases

The predictive power of ASKBILL immortalised in song
An off-the-cuff comment and a spur of the moment decision to “have a go” have resulted in the sheep industry’s new predictive app, ASKBILL, being brought to life in song by Uralla musician Rhonda Brooks. Performed in a bush ballad style by Coffs Harbour musician Mal Winckle, the track is proving a popular addition to the ASKBILL website, helping to capture producers’ imagination as to the possibilities on offer... Click Here To Read Full Article » https://www.sheepcrc.org.au/information/news/the-predictive-power-of-askbill-immortalised-in-song-10-07-2017.php
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