Creating and Renaming Semen Tanks

Creating and Renaming Semen Tanks

This guide will walk you through the process of creating and renaming semen tanks on your farm. You can only do this in the web browser and you must have read/write permissions.

To see how to use the basic semen inventory in BoviSync functions follow this link.

To get to the tanks in BoviSync go to Setup --> Farm Setup and then click on the Inventory tab.

To add a new tank, select a new row in the tank inventory. Change the name of the tank and select another tank. You can press the "View Semen Inventory" to take you directly to the inventory to see that the new tank is now able to be selected.

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