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PAM Farm Management and Accounting Software

Australia's market leader and award winning production recording software used by farmers, Departments of Agriculture and CSIRO research stations and Agricultural Colleges across Australia. The Enterprise and Mid-Tier Enterprise versions of PAM QA Plus are used by corporate farming enterprises in countries as diverse as Sudan, South Africa, New Zealand, Brazil, Russia and Ethiopia.

PAM stands for "Paddock Action Management", and functions by allowing managers to run various iterations of management procedures for budgeting, select the most appropriate, lock that paddock action in as a scheduled operation, and then compare real to budgeted expenses and returns.

The History

Development of PAM started in 1988. PAM 1.0 was released in the spring of 1989 and was an instant success in the mixed farming areas of Australia.

With the assistance of the School of Agriculture, University of Western Australia, the livestock section of PAM was enhanced significantly in 1989-1990 and has been improved over the 20+ years since to become "the best herd management software in the world", according to a Danish company we are working with in Eastern Europe.

As the 1990's progressed, PAM was adapted to suit operations across Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The PAM UltraCrop and Viticulture versions were 'split off' from the original version in the late 1990's. Today, PAM is used in every corner of the world.

PAM is the only farm management and accounting programme available in the Georgian language, making data entry by local staff easy and learning curves very short.


Budget, Plan and Record all your activities for crop establishment, harvest and monitoring - from cotton to alf alfa to canola, beans to barley ... sugar cane to soya beans ... . Hundreds of reports, graphs and map reports have been built over the years to deliver the most benefit possible. Add on the PDP - Precision Data Processor module to PAM for a powerful, complete crop grower's package.

For video of the PAM QA+ programme in action, see here


No matter how large, small or different is your livestock operation - PAM is suitable for all livestock operations and types including pastoralists

Easily move mobs on the farm map or using PocketPAM2 and use the powerful suite of paddock grazing and stocking rate reports, graphs and map reports to get a better understanding of your grazing pressures and carrying capacities.

For video of PAM QA+ for Livestock, see here

Gross Margin Analysis

Keep track of all your costs and income and use the powerful gross margin reports to understand which production areas are giving you problems, which are the winners.

Measure Performance

Analyse your water use efficiency - Comprehensive rainfall and weather graphs and crop vs crop / paddock vs paddock reporting gives you a clear picture of your efficiencies

Take advantage of over 20 years development

PAM is a complete Primary Production Recording System.

Paddock records are difficult to keep manually and almost impossible to analyse. All farmers know the value of the information that escapes them as a result.

The power of PAM is the result of over two decades of development. Thousands of clients with diverse needs have provided feedback and suggestions to keep PAM at the cutting edge. PAM just keeps getting more and more powerful, more and more useful

PocketPAM2 - data capture at the source – Fairport's suite of handheld computer data entry software works well with all PAM versions.

Mapping Module - Farm mapping software
PDP - Precision Data Processor - Module
MultiCiient Module
IAR - Individual Animals Module
Hosted - PAM SaaS - Software as a service - Move your PAM data to our hosted PAM SaaS service. Use PAM online - anywhere, any time.
PAM Enterprise solutions - available for all our PAM version for farming corporations requiring a robust, secure and centralised data management system

All PAM versions run on Local Area Networks. Inter-office networks, Business partner networks

Strongly suited to the environment where a physical computer network is present. View changes to production data live from all connected workstations. Have linked computers sharing the one PAM database, data is 'live' to all of the computers on the network. See changes from other computers, as they happen. Enables you to centralise and automate data backups.