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Small but Very Useful Addition to Farm Field Mapping

    If you search our blog posts, you will find multiple posts about AgNote’s farm field mapping. AgNote is known for its powerful field mapping features. Now we are back again with another post about farm field mapping!

    Add farm field to AgNote’s account

    First a little background on how it was before. Before when the user added a new property (farm field) in the account, user had to draw the field on the map, specify irrigation system details and what is planted in that field currently. That is how we recommend doing when setting up a new account or adding a new farm field.

    AgNote is farm management software, therefore, it just makes sense that when you add a farm field, AgNote also needs to know what the irrigation system details are and what is currently planted in that field. For accurate reporting and data granularity most data pieces in AgNote are tied to the planting. That allows us to generate reports which show us the actual costs and quantities for each crop planting.

    Small yet powerful addition to AgNote’s field mapping

    The latest addition was driven by our current AgNote users. AgNote is very popular farm management software amongst farm management companies, because there are a lot of nifty features built in for which farm management companies benefit. Farm management companies often provide custom work services to other farms. Custom work tasks such as tillage work, planting, harvesting etc. Since AgNote also includes invoicing, farm management companies want the field name to show up on the invoice. But they don’t want to maintain the information of what is planted in the field. Now users can add farm fields to the account without providing irrigation and planting information. And when the time comes to bill for the completed tasks, user can select the field name only for billing purposes.

    Here is a short video demonstrating farm field mapping in AgNote

    Once the farm field is added to the account it will also show up on the map. Users can still take advantage of all the powerful mapping features in AgNote. Things like map printing and sharing, but now they don’t need to maintain the planting information for each field.

    Here is a brief list of other useful features for farm management companies.

    If you would like to learn more on what benefits AgNote’s farm management software offers, just register for a free trial account, and try it out.