Cattle movements, feed call adjustments for the next day and pre-loading tomorrow’s first load of feed are all reasons to manually advance your account to a new day. Learn more about the Manual New Day feature below.
What is it? Manual new day is a feature to advance your account one day before the day is over. All bunk scores are reset to N/A and any new changes in the account today will be considered as the next day.
When can or should I use it? Manual new day should only be used if you want to make changes with the next day's timestamp. Some examples include cattle headcount changes (added, sold or moved head), adjusting tomorrow’s feed calls or getting ahead for tomorrow by loading ingredients for load 1.
Note: Only advance to a new day if you are completely done feeding and done making any other changes to your account with today’s timestamp.
When should I avoid using it? Manual new day should not be used if you still have feed left to deliver for the day as it will clear your loads to prepare for the next day. It should also not be used if the Scale App has loaded and fed values from the previous day as if it didn't automatically advance to the current day. If this is the case, navigate to the Webview and back to the Scale App to refresh the data or call the Support Line using the contact information below.
Where is the Manual New Day button located? Navigate to your Account Settings by clicking the gear icon in the upper right corner of your Performance Beef Account. The Manual New Day button is found at the bottom of the screen.
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