The PrecisionAg Institute Partners

Here you will find more about the companies that have committed their corporate and financial support to the PrecisionAg Institute, an independent global forum dedicated to the sharing of precision agriculture practices, ideas, research, products, services and success stories.

American Soybean Association logoAmerican Soybean Association. The American Soybean Association (ASA) represents all U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international issues of importance to the soybean industry. ASA’s advocacy efforts are made possible through a voluntary farmer membership across 30 states where soybeans are grown. For more information, visit www.soygrowers.com.

 

EFC Systems logoEFC Systems. EFC Systems delivers technology solutions throughout the entire Agribusiness supply chain holding numerous patents related to precision technology. EFC Systems supports advanced farming practices and enables seamless data connectivity among growers and their agricultural service providers.

 

Esri. Esri’s GIS platform gives you aESRI logo clear picture of your farms and field. Using The Science of Where™, you can fuse a variety of data sources and real-time feeds to monitor your operations and adjust to changes. Supplement your decades of experience with advanced scientific models and analyses that can help you dedicate resources to the places where they’ll produce the greatest yields. Map your way to smarter agriculture with Esri.

 

John Deere Company LogoJohn Deere. More and more producers are using precision farming technologies in their operations, and John Deere continues to be at the forefront of this revolution. Whether you want to gather information, reduce input and labor costs, increase efficiency, or better manage your land and water resources, turn to John Deere.

 

Raven - Precision Simplified® - Company LogoRaven. Since 1978, Raven has helped define the concept of precision agriculture — and continues to create groundbreaking ideas and products that improve the position of growers around the world. Raven has earned an international reputation for agricultural innovation, product reliability and unmatched service and support.

Simplot SmartFarm logoSimplot SmartFarm. Simplot SmartFarm® is a North American leader in precision agriculture. Through our portfolio of data-driven products and services, we make informed decisions across the growing cycle: prepare, prescribe, grow and harvest. Because all acres are not created equal, the SmartFarm team helps analyze data, prepare the soil and develop a customized plan to increase efficiency and maximize growing potential, season after season.

 

SST Software. “Manage data. Harvest information.” This simple slogan has guided SST’s efforts in serving the farming industry for 20 years. Founded by farmers for farmers, SST enhances cultivation practices through the development of enterprise level software that assists industry leaders in providing top quality precision ag services. Since its inception in 1994, SST has been at the forefront of precision ag as one of the first pioneers of the industry. Its success can be largely accredited to its unique approach of viewing what occurs on the farm field as a spatial problem with an agronomic application.

 

Topcon Precision Agriculture. At Topcon Agriculture, giving you more is at the core of everything we do. That means being there with the solutions and support you need across every phase farming. Our solutions are built on an open architecture, allowing them to work on virtually every current machine on the market. Meeting ISOBUS compliance standards ensures global compatibility. Regardless of where you farm, what you grow or raise, or what machines you run, we are committed to helping you optimize your operation. Our brands include Topcon, Digi-Star and NORAC.

 

Wilbur-Ellis logoWilbur-Ellis. Wilbur-Ellis Agribusiness addresses crop challenges and individual grower needs with tailored solutions in crop protection, nutrition and seed technology. Wilbur-Ellis maintains a network of field specialists who live in the regions they serve, enabling a clear understanding of problems facing customers and the opportunity to develop one-to-one solutions. Wilbur-Ellis products include adjuvants formulated with NPE-free ECO ADVANTAGE™, drift control technology, and the AgVerdict® cloud-based strategic decision toolkit, driven by customer needs, with users owning their data.

 

WinField. WinField United, the crop inputs and insights business of Land O’Lakes, Inc., works with nearly 1,300 locally owned and operated cooperative and independent agricultural retailers to help farmers unlock the greatest potential of every acre. An insights company with agriculture at its core, WinField United provides proven products, data, technology tools and agronomic expertise that turns even the smallest detail from the field into actionable insights to help farmers achieve predictable, sustainable outcomes.

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