Collecting aerial imagery using drones allows you to have a new perspective of your farm. Seeing your fields and buildings from above, in much higher resolution than satellite imagery, allows you to see the big picture so that you can spot issues and map where things are. On fieldmargin it is easy to add drone … Continue reading Using drone imagery to help understand farm performance
Author: Camilla Hayselden-Ashby
Use fieldmargin to streamline farm management by planning work across the season and tracking progress as you go. Visualise how you will use your fields, jobs that need to be done (as well as when and by who) and record when they have been completed.
The Sixth Farm Safety Week draws to a close this Sunday. Having kicked off in the UK with HSE releasing figures for accidents and industries on farm for 2017/18 that recorded 33 deaths on farm across Great Britain, making up 20% of all work place deaths, it’s clear that there is still a lot to … Continue reading Farm Safety Week: 4 tips to improve safety on farm
See where your team is on the map A lot of conversations on farms centre on two questions: “Where are you?” and “How are you getting on with that job?”. We realised that “I’m halfway across the second field, near to the telegraph pole” is not an effective way to share that information. Team Radar … Continue reading Introducing Team Radar
With harvest just around the corner we are introducing a new feature so you can easily see where your machinery is alongside your other farm information: Vehicle Locations. This allows you to see the location of John Deere machinery, including tractors, combines and forage harvesters on the farm map so that you can see progress … Continue reading fieldmargin launches live John Deere vehicle locations
Introducing two new features that will help give an overview of what is happening on your farm by showing where your team and machinery are: Team Radar and Vehicle Locations.
Communicating with your team just got easier thanks to Farm Chat; an instant messaging group for everyone on your farm. Discuss plans, share information, pictures and ask questions quickly alongside the rest of your farm’s information. Having work and conversations in a single place saves time and effort. No need for back and forth to coordinate when … Continue reading Introducing Farm Chat: an instant messenger group for your farm