Successfully harvesting a crop and getting it out of the field and into the store is a huge relief but maintaining quality once it is in the store is just as important to get the best price and avoid deductions. Monitoring sites can be used for keeping a log of storage checks and measurements You … Continue reading Recording crop storage checks with fieldmargin
Field Health imagery is most commonly used for efficient scouting and tracking for early-crop establishment. However, you can also use the imagery to support your harvest. Here are three ways: 1) Managing harvest progress If you manage a large farm or work remotely then you can use Field Health to monitor which fields have been … Continue reading Using Field Health imagery at harvest
Harvest is one of the most busy and stressful times of year on any arable farm. With new people on the farm, temperamental kit and long hours to contend with (not to mention the weather!) it pays to be prepared. Here are our top 8 tips to help your harvest run smoothly. 1. Make sure people know … Continue reading 8 tips to keep your harvest running smoothly
Fieldmargin is pleased to announce a partnership with Alpha One Technology and Ziphezinhle “Boyzie” Gabuza on the African continent. Boyzie is an accounts manager for the tech and drone division at Alpha One Technology. This partnership comes after a very successful collaboration on a mapping project done this year. Alpha One Tech has partnered with … Continue reading Fieldmargin partners with Alpha One Technology & SerDev to help onboard South African farmers
Ventura Brush Goats is a family owned vegetation management and ecological improvement service based in Ventura County, California. They graze fire-breaks and eliminate invasive brush while restoring natural fertility with a herd of goats and sheep. Essentially, you can hire a group of goats in the same way you would hire machinery or herbicide services. … Continue reading Fighting fire with goats: How Ventura Brush Goats uses fieldmargin to plan their grazing fire breaks
Farm records are about more than keeping track of work progress and being able to look back on what’s been done to analyse performance. For an increasing number of farmers they are also a requirement to be able to access certain markets through things like assurance schemes, or even a regulatory requirement. That’s why we … Continue reading NEW: Improved field job records with weather and start/finish times, plus easier editing and operator view
Farm safety is a full-time job. It is often brought up in feedback with our team and it is a priorty on of a lot of our users.
Tracking your costs is more important than ever. Read five ways recording your costs throughout the season can help.
Monty Gorringe farms with his father on an 840-acre Duchy Estate holding on the Welsh borders in Herefordshire. Monty, runs a 65-head suckler herd alongside the main arable enterprise. The operation has begun to make the transition to regenerative practices across the farm. Monty started using to fieldmargin after a recommendation from a friend, liking … Continue reading Real costs, Real time
With fertiliser prices reaching record levels, being able to adapt to changing costs and sale prices is more important than ever. Many farms we have spoken to say they have “a feel’ of input spending, but they also know that they could be recording the figures more accurately and using the information more. This update to fieldmargin means you … Continue reading Feature release: Introducing gross margins to reporting