Create a Test Day file based on Parlor Data

Create a Test Day file based on Parlor Data

This article will walk you through how to create a DHIA Test Day file based on parlor data from BoviSync.  You must have an active parlor interface which records daily milk weights into BoviSync for this to work. 


Step 2: Click on "Export" (A CSV file will begin to download) 

Step 3: Create a FTECH or DHIA Monthly Test file based on the exported data.  See articles below:

Step 4: Import the FTECH or DHIA Monthly Test file into BoviSync. 


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