HATCHERY / POULTRY MANAGEMENT

Tally has a module for customization. Tally.ERP 9 is created especially for hatchery management. It’s been intended with a simple structure to optimise the Hatchery’s efficient operation. Tally, the most prominent financial technology, has been used in the configuration.

HATCHERY MANAGEMENT MODULES:

  • Masters.
  • Transfer of funds.
  • Reports on poultry.
  • Objects of Poultry

MASTERS:

  • Shed.
  • Row.
  • Line.
  • Bird.
  • Feed.
  • Feed BOM.
  • Egg.
  • Medicine.
  • Misc Master.
  • Bag Type.
  • Egg Tray Type.
  • Supplier.
  • Customer.
  • Broker.

Exchange:

  • GRN/Purchase – Chick, Eat, Medications, and Various other things
  • Manufacturing – Egg.
  • Usage – Intake Milling, Feed Intake, Chick Morbidity, Chick Inspection, Drug Intake
  • Planning – Chicken Housing, Feed Transmit, Chick Move, Bulk Combining Selling – Egg Revenues, Chick Selling

REPORTS ON POULTRY:

  • Payables are past due.
  • Receivables that are outstanding
  • Analysis by the party.
  • Book of Sales
  • Purchase the book.
  • Stock Inquiry
  • Report on Stock.
  • Summary Report for the Godown
  • Report on the Batch Summary.
  • Report on Stock Analysis
  • Report on Stock Transfer.
  • Report on Cost Estimation
  • The Flock Report.
  • Report on the Day Sheet

Poultry Things: 

Standard Organisations, General ledger, Cost Units, and so on are generated automatically.

Maintenance of Poultry Farm Records:

  • Maintaining records is a major task in any company. It will be a precious asset for measuring and reviewing.
  • Only by appropriately capturing information on a daily basis can a company be managed efficiently.
  • The documents kept are mainly documentation of responsibility and, indirectly, a managerial database. They must be trustable and apposite. Once this pertinent data is available, it ought to be accessible anytime.
  • Records must be simple, clear to comprehend, and free of tedium, even while actually containing all required info.
  • The documents must obviously demonstrate where as well as how the company continues to stand.
  • The recorded legacy will offer the businessman a complete image of all errors made in the previous as well as how to avert them in the coming years.
  • The records are intended to analyse the manufacturing performance to determine if it fulfils the required standard.
  • Records should hold information that can be used for planning for the future, modifications, and expansions if any are created.
  • Agricultural documents can be broadly classified into two types.
    • Design and production documentation
    • Accounting records
  • The records’ existence depends on the type and quantity of the venture.