Herd Code in BoviSync

Herd Code in BoviSync

Some imports require a herd code.  A herd code is also sometimes refered to as a DHIA number or herd indentifier.  To learn where to find the herd code in BoviSync, or to enter a missing herd code see below:

1.  From an Administrator login, navigate to Herd Settings
Unsure if you are an administrator?  See Permissions and Accounts
2.  Click on the Second Tab, "Settings" 

3. The DHIA herd code will be displayed. 

If you are entering a herd code for the first time, do not enter the dash "-"   BoviSync will pre-fill this for you.  
If you do not know your herd code or do not have one, contact BoviSync Support

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