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Text Box: Data Management Modules continued...
Text Box: also categorized by packaging form such as ice, CO2, CVP,  rendering, and by market type, such as bulk, retail, food service, overwrap, and others.   
Planning Module: This module is Text Box: used to forecast hatching eggs and broiler chicks and to evaluate breeder schedules to meet broiler chick needs.   Modeling can also be used to plan future capacities to meet company goals as well as to determine kill schedules and broiler and breeder placement schedules from  live bird demand. Kill schedules are automatically corrected by body weight deviations from standards for the flock, taking into account breed and producer factors. Projected kill date at required weight is calculated for all houses (Figure 9). Limiting Capacity Method: Chicks required are determined based on the maximum capacity of broiler farms, processing plant and hatcheries. Broiler Requirement Target Method: Chicks required are determined based on the monthly broiler requirements. The shortage/surplus figure is determined by comparing chicks produced with chicks required for the associated month.
Benchmarking Module: Compares company’s results versus worldwide and regional averages. Participation in  benchmarking programs is optional and provides cost and performance comparisons of companies in the same industry while at the same time protecting confidentiality of data.
Text Box: Feed Mill Module:    Keeps feed mill accounting, ingredient and feed production inventories.  Other features include order entry, low inventory alerts and a complete delivery schedule from placement to kill date which is prepared for each house. Schedules take into consideration several factors, for example bin capacity, delivery capacity, birds placed, bird mortality, expected feed consumption, etc. The schedules are dynamically adjusted each time an actual delivery is made, mortality posted or physical feed inventory updated by any of the integrated modules.
Processing Module: This application analyzes individual products and maximizes profits of the combined product mix. It tracks volumes and cost of production including chick cost, grow-out cost, live haul cost, processing, and marketing costs. Margins are calculated on processed and second processing products.
Product categories include fresh, frozen, and overwrap such as whole birds, eviscerated, cut-up, front halves, breasts, boneless breasts, leg quarters, legs, boneless dark meat, wings, necks and backs, livers, hearts & gizzards, and others. Analysis is

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