Rotations getting complicated? Give your memory a break and use fieldmarign next season 📲

Josh Leier farms at Leier Acres Ltd. in South Saskatchewan, Canada 🇨🇦. The farm produces a wide variety of crops. The main crops in the rotation that they grow year to year are wheat, canola, lentils, flax, and durham. In the 2021 -2022season the team started using fieldmarign for farm maps and recording what is being grown on … Continue reading Rotations getting complicated? Give your memory a break and use fieldmarign next season 📲

Using fieldmargin to claim back $30,000 USD for defective seed

Using fieldmargin to claim back $30,000 USD for defective seed

Dylan Gebers works as a dairy farm Xantium Dairies that is expanding their operation into Zambia. Currently they are row cropping growing soybeans and commercial maize. Going forward they plan to develop into milk production. The arable land is currently 450ha with more land coming into production each year. They are  busy bush clearing the … Continue reading Using fieldmargin to claim back $30,000 USD for defective seed

WSR Insurance services enhances farmer relations with fieldmargin

WSR Insurance services enhances farmer relations with fieldmargin

Farmers face unique challenges and threats stemming from the changing seasons, labour force, and government regulations. WSR Insurance Services helps farmers to navigate these risks through the provision of tailored insurance policies that fit their needs. A core part of WSR's service is their personal approach: tailoring their policies to fit the client's needs and … Continue reading WSR Insurance services enhances farmer relations with fieldmargin

How a Ukrainian farm is using fieldmargin to digitise records and improve communication

How a Ukrainian farm is using fieldmargin to digitise records and improve communication

Over the last few months, fieldmargin has had the pleasure to work with Olesia from West Ukraine to digitize her farm operation. The farm is situated in the west of Ukraine, 60 km from Lviv. “We cultivate about 2400 ha of land, we grow wheat, barley, oilseed rape, soya, maize, buckwheat, and sugar beets. Buckwheat … Continue reading How a Ukrainian farm is using fieldmargin to digitise records and improve communication

How fieldmargin can make rotation planning more simple

How fieldmargin can make rotation planning more simple

Crop rotations have been at the center of agricultural systems throughout history. The right rotation can improve soil nutrition, breaks pest and disease cycles, and improves weed control. They can also be used to minimize a field’s average rate of erosion. AHDB Knowledge Exchange Manager Paul Hill says: “There’s nothing new about looking at rotations … Continue reading How fieldmargin can make rotation planning more simple

6 ways macadamia orchards in SA use fieldmargin to keep all farm information accessible on the go

6 ways macadamia orchards in SA use fieldmargin to keep all farm information accessible on the go

Macadamia nuts are hard to beat when it comes to the most lucrative crop per land area used in South Africa. South Africa is currently the largest macadamia producer in the world with 19,500 hectares under cultivation, producing over 50,000 tonnes per year. Currently, there is such a high demand for trees that there is … Continue reading 6 ways macadamia orchards in SA use fieldmargin to keep all farm information accessible on the go

Keep on top of your 2022 harvest with yield reports on fieldmargin

Keep on top of your 2022 harvest with yield reports on fieldmargin

Combines are rolling in the UK as harvest 2022 gets off to an early start with dry weather keeping drying costs at bay. However, the low moisture contents are causing problems for some growers SOURCE).  Dry weather has seen rapid progress with the winter barley harvest, with more than 69% harvests completed during July in England, … Continue reading Keep on top of your 2022 harvest with yield reports on fieldmargin

How Deepdale Farm has moved from conventional, intensive production to agroenvironmental farming

How Deepdale Farm has moved from conventional, intensive production to agroenvironmental farming

Deepdale Farm is an arable farm on the North Norfolk Coast. The farm has sandy loam soils and overlooks Brancaster Staithe Harbour, Scolt Head Island and the salt marshes. They produce wheat, barley and beans and also have a tourism business and retail units as well as hosting music and other events such as outdoor theatre. … Continue reading How Deepdale Farm has moved from conventional, intensive production to agroenvironmental farming