Despite some excess late-season moisture in some areas, the fall harvest season is right around the corner for many around the Midwest. Most farmers fall into one of two categories — they’ve either fully embraced the looming season, pumpkin spice latte in hand, and have already gotten the combine out and prepped, or they’re grasping onto the last few days of summer and ignoring the changing color of the fields. Either way, it’s important for growers to prepare their Ag Leader displays in advance of hitting the fields this fall. Here are six easy steps to ensure a smooth season ahead.Keep Reading
InCommand and AgFiniti make up the foundation of technology required to start connecting every field operation on a farm. This powerful duo seamlessly flows information across displays, smartphones and tablets in real-time and even to field operations in different seasons.Keep Reading
Today, Ag Leader announced new fall features added to its full-farm connectivity platform, AgFiniti®, bringing an even higher level of in-season visibility to growers and trusted advisors.
"For the past several years, we've been building upon our AgFiniti platform with the goal to make the right information available to our customers anytime and anywhere. This means flowing information throughout the operation and across machines, devices and seasons. These announcements mark the next step in that vision," stated Corey Weddle, Director of Software Solutions.
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Agriculture is a seasonal business due to the nature of the crops that we grow. Farmers understand that each crop stage demands various activities to steward yield as we approach the finish line – harvest. In my role as agronomist for Ag Leader I try to establish a mutual learn/teach relationship with customers, dealers, and Ag Leader staff. When we can learn together and from one another at every phase of our cropping systems, new opportunities emerge almost effortlessly. My challenge to all farmers is to learn at every stage. Stage can mean different things such as crop maturity, season, maturity of the business, or future planning.Keep Reading