You can track your Milk trackers KPI's using the milk tracker KPI tool bar. The KPI tool bar can be found at the top of you milk tracker and uses the data entered in your season to calculate your KPI's. This article will provide further information on what KPI's are measured and how they are calculated.
The operation type is your milk trackers operation set up. This is assigned when creating the tracker and can also be found in your tracker settings page.
This is your total KgMS production for the season, this value can also be found at the bottom of your tracker. This area also doubles as the milk production curve tool. More information about using the milk production curve tool can be found here.
You have the option to enter the size of your milking platform and this can be updated at anytime. When entered, this figure is used in the calculation of some of the other KPI's.
You also have the option to enter the number of peak cows within your milking operation. This figure is also used to calculate other KPI's and can be updated at anytime.
Your milk income section is the total payments received during your season. You can also find this value within the milk tracker grid.
Average Milk Price
Your average milk price is calculated by taking your total seasons payments (A) divided by your total seasons production (B). This Value is also displayed within the tracker itself (C).
Your stocking rate (C) is the number of peak cows per unit of area within your milking platform. This calculated by taking your number of peak cows (A) and dividing this by the area entered in your milking platform (B).
This KPI (C) measures the KgMS of milk produced (A) on average per each unit of area within your milking platform (B).
This KPI (C) measure the KgMS of milk produced (A) on average per cow (B) across your season.