Canfax Researches the Possibility of A Mobile App

If you work on a ranch or feedyard, you know that you are constantly on the move.  Whether its checking pens or pulling calves, the days can be long and hectic.   Having said that, you need to still stay on top of the cattle markets and ensure you are making the right marketing decisions in such an intensely volatile market.

Canfax is looking to expand its information service onto mobile devices for Canadian Cattlemen and women.  They are asking Canadian livestock producers to complete a short survey to help guide the creation of  a great resource for you.

Brian Perrilat, Canfax states:

Canfax is researching opportunities to expand its information services through the use of mobile technology devices.  Our first step is to do a very brief industry survey regarding the types of devices being used, the type of information producers and industry stakeholders in the Canadian Cattle industry are looking for, and how they access information.  Your response is very important to ensure our next venture into new services are applicable and meet the needs of the industry.  Your response before September 24 would be very valuable and greatly appreciated.

Please take the very short time to answer the survey to help Canfax meet your needs for a mobile app to serve the Canadian cattle industry.  Click here to complete the survey.

Canfax, a division of Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, has provided expert analysis of markets and trends in the ever changing North American beef industry for over forty years. In this new millennium, cattlemen, feedlot managers, and agri-business professionals will continue to rely on up-to-the-minute information as an essential tool for maximizing profit in today’s beef sector. Whether your operation needs to plan for three hours or three years into the future, Canfax delivers timely, accurate information for 21st Century cattle industry professionals.

 

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