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Lynchris Farm
Leeston, NZ

Simplifying Spray Records

The Crozier family produces carrots, potatoes and onions for New Zealand based wholesalers and retailers as well as export. In order to remain NZGAP certified, they have to keep very accurate spray records. They used to do everything on paper but realised that they had to start digitising this process in order to simplify their information flow.

Pye Group
Temuka, NZ

Improving a business with cold, hard facts.

The Pye Group is a large and diversified family agricultural operation that previously had no accurate visibility into the profitability and viability of individual fields. The business managers did not know whether or not certain crops or fields were profitable and neither did they know the exact cost involved in a specific application or operation.

Wairakaia Partnership
Gisborne, NZ

Management accounting made easy and accessible

Wairakaia Partnership used to run on spreadsheets but cropping manager and co-owner Bruce Graham got tired of having to retrospectively enter all his data back in the office at night, instead of being able to do so in the field. Bruce also was not able to access his farm data when he needed it most: in the field.

Payne Brothers
Knights Landing, CA

Managing an Increasing Amount of Ag Data

Payne Brothers Ranches saw an increasing amount of ag data coming towards them with no way to capture and handle it. The data comes from different sources such as independent PCA’s, soil reports and tissues analysis, among others. Bob and Bill Payne wanted to be able to have all their data in one spot so they could capitalize on it.

Elders
Australia

Supporting growers with technology

The Elders agronomy team aims to provide a high-quality service to their clients that helps these growers be as profitable as possible. Elders were looking for a digital platform that enables their agronomists to provide a consistent service where agronomists can collaborate with their growers. Elders also wanted to make sure that any software they implemented would be useful for their clients to adopt as well.

CQ Ag Services
Emerald, QLD

Driving Agtech Adoption in Central Queensland

CQ Ag Services were looking for a platform they could use to improve both internal and external communication. They wanted to be able to store their observations and recommendations in such a way that all agronomists and their clients have access.

Alturas Ranches
Alturas, CA

Visualizing data to improve results

Alturas Ranches used to use field averages for their seasonal reports. Increasingly however, they realized the limited scope of the dataset available to them meant they were not able to use the data to influence their decision-making processes.

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Lilliput Ag
Rutherglen, VIC

Understanding production costs to remain competitive

Lilliput Ag grows a variety of crops and produces seed for sister-business Baker Seed Co. Lilliput Ag looked to adopt a newer recording platform linked to the cloud to try and track production data. Co-owners Andrew & Sue Russell felt that they had to be able to connect production data to his finance software in order to remain competitive.

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McGregor Gourlay
Moree, NSW

Generating value by using data instead of shiny tools.

McGregor Gourlay as an organisation used a legacy digital ag solution for their recommendations but was unable to turn this into an integrated approach across the company. They were at the same time looking for a way to provide more ability to forecast to their merchandise managers through increase visibility.

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Jansz Parish Vineyard
Penna, TAS

A complete cost overview, from vine to wine.

The Jansz Parish vineyard produces a variety of wine and needed a better solution to gain insight into the detailed cost per hectare. It also wanted to produce accurate production budgets for future seasons without adding extra layers of administration and complexity.

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Coleman Ag
Willamette Valley, OR

Innovation is key for Oregon’s largest hop growing operation

In 2014, Drew Bell with Coleman Ag recognized the need to start collecting farm records electronically and in the field, by the people performing the actual applications, instead of behind a desktop in an office. The main drivers for this need were state regulations that enforce pesticide application tracking and to provide workers with accurate information about re-entry intervals after these applications.

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Loza Farms
Wapato, WA

Streamlining a thriving family operation

Junior Loza was using Excel to keep track of his field applications and costs but was not able to easily run reports or identify his agronomic costs per field, variety or acre. Junior also did not have a tool to help him manage his workforce, up to 40 people in peak season, and ensure that everyone was involved in recording all of the job details.

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AGnVET Henty & Tronder Pastoral Co.
Henty, NSW

How financial visibility creates a clear pathway to the future

Nathan Soulsby needed to provide integrated agronomy service to BettaCrop clients, which includes their planning, budgeting, scouting and record keeping. Rolf Malmo was new to cropping and needed visibility into his financial performance that he could also take to his bank and other service providers.

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Reamer Farms
Clarksburg, CA

How transferring the family farm to the 5th generation is simplified by organizing farm data on an accessible platform

James Reamer had already managed succession planning from a land and asset point of view, but knew there is a lot more to pass on than just the asset. Jamie, his daughter, wanted to help facilitate the knowledge and experience transfer as quickly and effectively as possible and knew a digital platform was the best opportunity to do so. Jamie also knew that she needed to be in the field to really learn the farm’s subtleties and be of the greatest value to the business.

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Vann Brothers
Williams, CA

Improving workflow through collaboration

Vann Brothers has seen rapid growth of their almond orchard as part of their vertically integrated operation. A growing team, new legislation and an increased demand for transparency from the end-consumers of their product meant that old record keeping methods were no longer viable.

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Ceres Solutions
Boswell, IN

Streamlining Data flow

Ceres Solutions was using a lot of different platforms to communicate critical data with their growers, which created confusion in the workflow.

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Simon McCormack & Darryn Schilling
Wallaroo, SA

Increasing crop profitability

Back in 2010, the McCormack family was looking to digitise their business records, save time and improve the decision making process together with their crop advisor.

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Matt Lane & Neil Durning

Improving on-farm communications

With running a large farming operation spread over multiple properties and with up to 25 staff members involved, Matt Lane was looking to improve on-farm communication in order prevent issues and communication errors from arising.

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Grant Thompson & Brad Kupsch
Geraldton, WA

Streamlining production data capture

Landmark Agronomist Grant Thompson consults to over 20 growers each year and needed a way to record key production information so that he could easily share it with both his growers and his merchandise managers.