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How is farm data combined for the Group Performance Report?
How is farm data combined for the Group Performance Report?
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Written by Scott Townshend
Updated over a week ago

The Group Performance Report is an easy way to assess overall performance at a hub, region or company wide level. You can aggregate all your farms, but there are a couple of things to note when you’re selecting them.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the ins-and-outs of the GPR:

Can’t see your milk production bars?

You’ll only see your milk production bars when Trev has 7 days of milk production data available for all selected farms up to, and including, their reporting dates. That means if a farm is on a skip day collection cycle, it can be up to two days after the reporting date that a farm’s full week of collection data is available.

Comparing farms with different reporting days?

You can select farms that have different reporting days - for example, farms that report on a Monday can be grouped with farms that report on a Wednesday. If you do select farms with different reporting days, the GPR will find reports that fall within the same calendar week (Monday-Sunday) and combine the data for those reports.

Quick note! The weekly milk production bar charts under the Milk Production tab will show the combined production for those farms based on their respective reporting days and the 6 days beforehand, rather than the calendar week.

Comparing farms with different season start and end dates?

We recommend only selecting farms with common season start and end dates. If you do choose farms with different season start and end dates, be aware that this may show unexpected results for the season-to-date metrics in the GPR. This includes your fertiliser charts, livestock reconciliation, livestock losses chart, monthly and cumulative milk production charts, and season-to-date milk production KPIs.

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