- A stand-alone program that runs on Windows 7 (64-bit), Vista, or XP
- Spreadsheet interface
- User-friendly: it retains features that made Spartan 2 popular
- Solid science: uses NRC 2001 and improvements developed at MSU
- Lots of information: 120 feed characteristics to help with troubleshooting
- Adaptable: balance a diet with just the “Home” tab or with all 120 columns
- Tested: used in teaching at MSU since 2005 and on test farms since 2008
- Nutrient management information
- Several rations and feed libraries can be open at one time
- Feeds can be copied and pasted from one file to another and to and from MS Excel to facilitate updating feed analyses
- Reports can be previewed before printing
- Columns are movable
- Nutritional adequacy can be viewed in graphical form
- Works in pounds or metric
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