Farmers make decisions each day to ensure healthy plants and a healthy yield. From seed selection to soil conditions, each choice has an effect on the harvest and overall profitability. But unfortunately, it would seem that the one commodity a farmer can’t produce is extra time…at least until now. Here’s how their decision to use MyAgData is helping two farmers to do exactly that.
Are You a Farmer in Georgia, Illinois, North Dakota or Nebraska? Don’t Make Your FSA Appointment Just Yet!
You can spend the better part of a day driving to your county FSA office, or you can save time for both you and the FSA Program Technicians by submitting your crop insurance acreage reporting with MyAgData. Starting June 25, if you live in Mitchell, Shelby, Cass or Furnas counties, the RMA will allow you submit your acreage reports from your home office with MyAgData! Read on »
Purdue University Ag Students Get Into the Field with MyAgData
It’s a Perfect Match! MyAgData® & AGBRIDGE™ Announce Partnership
What Else is Growing On?
Here’s what the MyAgData team has been up to the past month to help save you money, save you time and increase your efficiency!
- We’ve completed the implementation of Microsoft SharePoint support portals for our users to access documentation, report issues and schedule training. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like access.
- We’ve made some controller file processing module improvements to support Case IH and other 2018 controller files.
- We’ve improved precision ag processing for large farm operations with multiple shareholders. Complete the first policy and companion reports are nearly done!
- We have streamlined acreage reporting by creating default crop preferences for Yellow Dent Field Corn, Popcorn, Upland Cotton, Peanuts, Sorghum, Soybeans, Sunflowers and Wheat.
Good news for users of Windows touch-enabled devices (such as the Surface)! You can now download the MyAgData for Windows app from the Windows Store.