Users from outside the USA (Canada, Europe, and the UK) can now start a subscription in their own currency.
Flock Happy now supports Canadian Dollar (CAD), Euros (EUR), and Pound Sterling (GBP)
New checkout experience powered by Stripe allows for local currency support, and ability to apply promotional codes for discounts.
You can now cancel auto-renewal subscriptions from the settings page.
Eggs, Animals, and Finances pages are now split into three tabs: List, Summary, and Charts.
This change allows more content to be presented as we expand the the amount of data listed, and charts available.
Donut charts are now uniform in size. Legends are now a larger size making them easier to click on and interact with.
Introducing new charts for: Animals by Sex, Animals by Species. Adding to Animals by Breed, these two new charts allow for a quick glance at your livestock breakdown.
User Interface has been upgraded in many places.
Expense Items are now more explicit, making them easier to comprehend.
Animal List filters now show as a pop-over dialog instead of embedded into the page.
Bug fix for layout shift when visiting animals list.
Animal listings now use an extra line to prevent over-run for animals with long names or breed names. New icon for Enclosure. Animal Checkbox and Animal Menu icons are now reversed.
When launching the app, you will be presented with a panel showing the changes since the last time you opened the app.
Knowing what has changed will allow you to jump right in and start using new features.
You can now choose which components appear on the homepage, allowing you to have just the features you need quick access to.
To improve performance the home timeline, egg collection timeline, and finance timeline are now paginated. By default 15 items will be shown in the list. A new Load More button will then add another 15 items to the list.
By paginating results, pages will load faster.
Changing between pages will now leave the bottom navigation in-place for a smoother feel.
Page loading is now performed using Suspense and in-time loading. This reduces the initial page-load time and will improve performance on slow connections
One of the oldest and most versatile species known to man
New field for sales: Customer Type. Differentiate sales for: Retail, Business, Friends, Family, Neighbors and Self.
Recording sale for self is an easy way to track your own consumption vs other sales.
Record quantity of Eggs Sold per sale.
View a calculated price per egg on each sale
Manage your Bison, the largest mammal native to North America
Finance figures (currencies) now show as properly formatted to two decimal places.
Track sales for eggs (more product types coming) by species
Easily see your recent profit performance for the last 7, 14, 30, 90 days and its change to the period before.
See running total of sales over time
See which of your animals is making the most
Like many people who own a lot of different kinds of farm animals, we have some barn cats and a dog. Now you can add your dogs and cats, and manage their records.
A new summary shows total eggs collected over different periods along with the relative change % from the previous period.
Each period is color-coded depending on the change vs the previous period (yellow for negative, green for positive)
Adding to our existing options (species, and enclosure): Two new ways to group animals: breed or sex.
Charts now use the same font as the rest of Flock Happy
Animal Menu button no longer causes layout shift when opening menu.
Timeline entry for Animal started Laying will no longer show for animals that died before their start of lay date.
Upgrades to Amazon Web Services, NextJS, Material UI.
Add your cattle, and manage their records.
New option to view animals grouped by enclosure or species.
When viewing animals in grouped mode, the multi-animal selection and multi-animal actions are specific to that group.
The broken eggs field is now hidden by default. A new user preference toggle is now available for showing this field.
When toggle is on, broken eggs field is shown.
Broken eggs count for previous collections only show if the number is greater than 0.
New icon for broken eggs.
Broken eggs count now will in home timeline for collections with broken eggs.
Species select boxes are now responsive to their context. When filtering animals, only species of your animals will appear. When adding new animals, only species selected in settings will appear.
Add your sheep, and manage their records.
Enclosure can be set for both new and existing expenses
Easily see literally where you are spending your money
If an enclosure is set for an expense, it will show in the home timeline and finances page
Fix animals page layout shift (Animals by Breed Chart)
Homepage updated with new roadmap for future releases
Another feathered friend to add to our world
The second release of finances features. Chart expenses by species, expense type, vendor, and total running expenses over time.
This release also features layout improvements for modal forms, and fixes a bug where expenses would show in animal timeline.
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medical, fencing, equipment, seed, fuel, supplements, livestock, services, utilities, fees, licensing, packaging, administration, construction, labor
This is the first release of finance features. You can record expenses with an amount, vendor, category, and associate an expense with a species.
See a list of previous expenses
Expense items show in the timeline on the homepage.
You can now only go back 5 and edit to record previous egg collections
List will show approximate eggs/layer for historic collections. All collections logged since Jan 19th are actual eggs/layers number.
Eggs per layer chart will now look back at historic collections too.
The update also represents the first steps to adding breeding, genetics and more. This update allows for animals to have a set of parents. Using a new animal profile page, it is possible to traverse family trees.
Shows parents, children, and a timeline.
Each animal profile page shows a timeline of events related to that animal.
Recording how many eggs were cracked or broken.
Flock Happy now records how many animals were set as laying at the time of collection in the enclosure.
Egg Collections now have a stat to show overall efficiency. When egg collections are recorded, the number of animals set as layers will be recorded with the collection, as well has how many eggs per hen.
See Eggs Broken, Eggs per Layer and Eggs per Layer per Year
Avg. Eggs per Layer per year chart helps track the efficiency of your flock.
Shows a history of events:
Animal Started Laying
Noteworthy events are usually worth adding an image or two. This update allows adding images to notes
Images are now clickable to bring up a large view at higher resolution.
When picking dates for animal started laying or animal died, there are now minimum and maximum dates that can be selected.
This makes sure that animals can only be born in the past (for now!), their start of lay date must be after they are born, and their died date can not be before their birth date.
After subscribing, the app will update in real-time. (Instead of having to refresh page)
Add categorization to your notes: medical, shelter, feed, breeding, general, behavior
Images are now resized on-upload once, and never again. Makes loading images much quicker.
Egg Collection form changes. When using viewing previous days on the egg collection form, you will see all enclosures and species you keep.
This is to ensure that all previous egg collections are visible, even if the enclosure no longer has laying birds in it.
Chart improvements for breed donut chart - Chunks are now sorted by thenumber of animals correctly.
You can now add images of your flock members. Take images throughout the life of your animals and document their development.
Flock Happy is now a paid service with a free trial. This update introduces user subscriptions, trial, and account management.
Add notes for: individual flock members, multiple flock members (selection based), enclosure flock members (all animals in a given enclosure), the enclosure itself, or a general note (not linked to enclosures or animals)
Animals with a died date by default do not show up in the animals list. A new filter allows you to view living animals, or past animals.
When an animal dies, you can set a cause of death for your records.
The first actions available are: move animals (to a different enclosure), and set a laying date.
We will introduce more multi-animal actions in coming releases.
Add text-based freeform tags with colors to animals. Use them to more easily manage and search for your animals.
We are making it easier to work with larger numbers of animals.
Checkboxes allow you to select multiple animals to take action.
Add text-based freeform tags with colors to animals. Use them to more easily manage and search for your animals.
Mark legband numbers, wingband numbers, toe-punch notation, flag animals that need attention, identify potential breeding stock, and whatever else you can imagine.
Tags are intentionally flexible. Use them however you see best to help manage your flock.
New egg collection form uses animal data to show only enclosures and species that have laying animals.
Previously, enclosures had settings for which species they contain, and if to record eggs (and show on this form).
This release removes the need for this manual configuration. Instead, enclosures and species shown are based off the which of your animals are laying.
Animals can be explicitly set as laying. Useful for when you know specific members are laying before 26 weeks old.
When adding/editing animals, it is now possible to add a new Enclosure without leaving the animal form.
Our second release of animal features brings filters and search on the animals page. Easily find specific members of your flock.
Find animals by name, sex, breed, enclosure, and more.
Fixes a bug on animal form that disassociated animal from breed.
Raising poultry for eggs, or meat requires diligent record keeping. Our new flock management features make this a breeze.
This is just the first animals release - Future releases will include search, filtering, animal tagging/banding, images and much more!
Add animals, set their enclosures, breeds, hatch dates (age).
Generate names for your flock
Naming animals can be tedious when you have a lot. Luckily we have a huge choice of built-in names ready to use. They can be randomly assigned to new animals.
Add Breed information to animals. Breeds are entirely custom, so you can enter any standard, hybrid, or completely custom breed name (useful for starting breeding programs).
When logging in for the first time, there is now a comprehensive getting started workflow that will have you up and running quickly. Choose species, add enclosures, add animals to enclosures, set some preferences.
As a step towards animal management (coming in the next release), enclosures has been updated.
Not all enclosures are used for egg collecting from laying hens. Some may be bachelor pads, brooders, breeding pens, etc.
Upgraded to NextJS 13
Upgraded to AWS Amplify 5
Add your animal enclosures, and choose which species occupy them
Our previous release brought a new user setting to choose which species to manage within Flock Happy. This release expands on multi-species functionality with species based Egg Collections
New Species user setting: Choose which species you keep.
This setting will be used to control which species you can record egg collections for in an upcoming release.
Egg Collection chart now includes time-frame buttons. Visualize your egg collections for the last 7, 30, 90 days, one year and from first collection onwards.
Improved layout for Egg Collection form. Only enable save button when changes not saved.
Improved list layout for previous collections.
Today marker for current day in egg collection list
See eggs collected per day on a bar chart
Email Newsletter Opt In user preference
Redirect to homepage after sign-out
Egg Collection history