Electronically Report Your Spring Planted Acreage

Producers in select Nebraska counties can now use MyAgData with their precision ag data to electronically report Spring planted acres. Registration and participation is FREE. Click below to get started!

The USDA is Piloting Electronic Acreage Reporting!

For the second season, the USDA and MyAgData® have teamed up on a pilot program designed to help you with one of your most time-consuming tasks: Acreage reporting.

From now until July 15, all interested producers in these selected Nebraska counties can use their precision ag data to report Spring planted crops: Box Butte, Cheyenne, Dawes-North Sioux, Frontier, Furnas, Harlan, Hayes, Hitchcock, Kearney, Keith, Kimball, Lincoln, Morrill, Perkins, Phelps, Red Willow, Saline, Sheridan and Webster.

Want to participate? Contact your FSA County Office or the MyAgData Support team at 888-927-4011.

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Spring 2019 Pilot Project FAQ

What if my planter goes over the same area twice? Will my acres be over-reported?
No. The MyAgData system is designed to filter out any overlapping planting data collected by your field computer.
What kind of data are you sending to the government?
Nothing that doesn’t already get sent for you to participate in FSA Farm Programs or crop insurance: date planted, crop planted, location. We’re committed to maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and security of any personal information and farm data we receive.
I’m pretty busy right now. How long is registration and setup going to take?
Registration takes about five minutes, and uploading your data from a flash drive or connecting to a manufacturer Cloud should take another five minutes. The time needed by MyAgData for processing (which is done in the background) will of course vary depending on how much data you have. Everything depends on the type—and amount—of data you have. Report creation time from start through submission can take as little as 15 minutes for a small operation, or up to an hour for a much larger one. Your actual mileage may vary!
Is this going to change my base acres?
Base acres are defined as prescribed in the Farm Bill. Under current law, annual variations do not currently impact base acres.

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