Italy DHI Association Import

Italy DHI Association Import

From the association, you get two files for DHI import, CFAnalis.txt and CFProduz.txt that have the milk production and milk components for animals tested by registered ID.

To import these files into BoviSync. 

  1. Click on Setup, then Import
  2. Select Italy MRO from the list of imports (or click here)
  3. Click on Continue
  4. Drag and drop the file onto the Choose file button, or click on the 'Choose File' button and select the CFProduz.txt file
  5. Click Import
  6. When the CFProduz.txt file is imported, repeat steps 1-5, this time choosing the CFAnalis.txt file

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