Two Reasons Your Data Will Lead to Greater Profitability

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 9/30/21 9:15 AM

Foundations of agronomy and geography are the starting place for data-driven decisions.

I believe data driven decisions will power change in every aspect of crop production. Your data can be a valuable business asset that leads to greater profitability. Here are two reasons your data will lead to greater profitability:

  1. Uniqueness
  2. Yield limitations
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Topics: yield analysis, variable rate, yield efficiency

Farm Analytics Show Valuable Insights

Posted by Katie McWhirter on 9/16/21 9:00 AM

I was meeting with a grower who asked the question, ‘Is the direction of Premier Crop going from a prescription company to an analytics company?’ My answer was: ‘Premier Crop has always been about analytics. We are not only a company known for analytics, but what to do with the information that is received within the data, in those analytics.

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Topics: Precision ag, yield analysis, variable rate, data driven decisions, nutrient removals

Are High Yields More Profitable?

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 6/17/21 9:00 AM

Why do you put so much focus on driving higher yields per acre?

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Topics: Farming, Precision ag, yield analysis, farm analytics

Unlock Insights to Your Farming Operation

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 4/22/21 10:30 AM

"Data is valuable, but data in the hands of the right people with the right context is really, really valuable." - T.J. Masker

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Topics: Farm technology, data analytics, Precision ag, Ag technology, yield analysis, variable rate, data visualization, farm analytics, Farm Plan

Six Frustrations with Precision ag

Posted by Katie McWhirter on 4/8/21 9:24 AM

"Growers tell me they are frustrated with precision ag, they've invested in the technology. I tell them, 'You just want to put the pieces of the puzzle together to see exactly what the picture is.’ And they are relieved when Premier Crop can help."

- Katie McWhirter, Director of Training and Development

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Topics: Farm technology, data analytics, Precision ag, Ag technology, yield analysis, variable rate, yield efficiency, data visualization, farm analytics, Big Data, Farm Plan, nutrient removals

Three ways to Use Data to Be More Profitable

Posted by Katie McWhirter on 12/1/20 10:30 AM

If I asked you if you had a budget, you would most likely tell me you did. If I asked you where you could skim your budget in order to save more for your child’s education, a new truck or a vacation, you most likely wouldn’t know where to start. I know I wouldn’t!

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Topics: data analytics, Precision ag, yield analysis, data driven decisions, yield efficiency, farm finance, nutrient removals

Farm Finance Featured on the Farm 4 Profit Podcast

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 10/29/20 10:15 AM

"We have growers who tell us that we're helping them with their economics, which helps convince their lender to give them the full operating line."
Dan Frieberg

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Topics: Farming, Precision ag, Ag technology, yield analysis, yield efficiency, farm analytics, Farm Plan, farm finance

Use Your Data to Make Decisions

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 12/23/19 8:13 AM

It's almost the time of the year when making New Year's resolutions are popular. Ever make a business resolution? If you haven't been using your data to make decisions, how about making that your resolution?

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Topics: yield analysis, yield map

Thankful for Harvest Bounty

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 11/26/19 8:17 AM

I'm writing this before one of our great American traditions with agricultural roots – Thanksgiving – originally a time to be thankful for the bounty of the harvest. The 2017 crop year harvest has been a surprise to many. How is it possible to produce so much with such adverse growing environments? Here are just two Iowa examples:

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Topics: yield analysis

Using Data to Measure Hybrid and Variety Performance

Posted by Dan Frieberg on 11/21/19 8:17 AM

The age-old agronomy equation is, "Yield Equals Genetics (G) by Environment (E) by Management (M)." There is a lot of focus on using data to measure hybrid and variety performance, in other words, to sort out the "G" part of the equation. That can start with your own data and but it can also include being part of "group, pooled or community" data. This allows you to anonymously see yield results from both genetics you planted and didn't plant. Being able to filter results by rainfall, GDU's and soils helps to address the factors that make up the "E" factor and get closer to apples-to-apples comparisons.

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Topics: yield analysis, seed selection

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