Introducing Field Job sub-tasks: check off your fields as you complete them

Introducing Field Job sub-tasks: check off your fields as you complete them

We've been working on a simpler way to complete Field Jobs across multiple fields. With this new update each field on a job acts as a sub-task and you can check off your fields as you complete them.  Now there's no need to set up multiple jobs on fieldmargin when you are applying the same … Continue reading Introducing Field Job sub-tasks: check off your fields as you complete them

Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

This year, standing straw prices in the UK could be 15-20% higher than last year – with yields expected to be extremely variable because of the challenging weather. Getting the basics right for hay and silage making will boost your farm’s productivity and efficiency which helps your bottom line. fieldmargin makes communication between the field … Continue reading Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin

Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin

As combines across the country (at least in the UK where we are based!) begin firing up and rolling into crops we are pleased to announce a new feature to make harvest season and monitoring farm performance that little bit easier. Now you can record your yields using fieldmargin. No need to wait until you … Continue reading Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin

Using fieldmargin to protect young deer from combine harvesters

Using fieldmargin to protect young deer from combine harvesters

The Kitzretter project in Waldeck-Frankenberg, Germany is saving many baby deer from an early death and using fieldmargin to help co-ordinate their work.  Every year tens of thousands of fawns are inadvertently killed by harvesting equipment while they're hiding in tall grass. The problem is that the deer often hide their fawns in tall fields … Continue reading Using fieldmargin to protect young deer from combine harvesters

Blooming marvellous! Growing scented flowers on the Isles of Scilly

Blooming marvellous! Growing scented flowers on the Isles of Scilly

Scented flowers from Scilly have cheered up homes for many generations with their early spring colour and beautiful scents. Our user Mike Brown has a Narcissi farm, Sunnyside, on the Isles of Scilly.  He works over 35 acres and produces over 25 different types of flowers. Flower farming is the 2nd largest industry on the islands after … Continue reading Blooming marvellous! Growing scented flowers on the Isles of Scilly