No, not really for free...or even very low cost. We use a very good software program produced by CattleMax. Go to their website: <A HREF="http://www.cattlemax.com" TARGET="_blank">www.cattlemax.com</A> Our version is "LonghornMax". You can track numerous data on their programs, including loading photos of your herd, printing out pedigree charts, sale advertisements, and much more.
Check with your county extension agent about BQA. I was given a copy of the Mid-atlantic BQA handbook this past weekend. It has sample record forms for what is required for BQA records in my area. Your state most likely has a Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program and has sample forms for information you need to keep track of.
> Does anyone know where I can find
> a good health--general records,
> page to download for cattle?