Harvesting is all about collecting high quality data to enable analysis of your crop’s performance for future seasons.The main focus is to make sure your machines are set-up properly to collect the correct data.
If you are using a different header width on your combine or SPFH to your other implements, make sure your guidance lines are correctly set-up for your harvester.
For forage harvesting with HarvestLab constituent measurement you will also want to analyse the harvested silage to start planning your winter feedstocks.
The yield and moisture sensors as well as HarvestLab constituent measurement require calibrating at the start of the harvest. You will also need to check that field data is automatically stored in the John Deere Operations Center™. If you are using a contractor for harvesting you can either give them temporary access to your John Deere Operations Center™ account, or ask them to transfer the data at the end of the harvest.
Precision Ag helps us because of our variable soil types.
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The right food makes both animal and farmer happy. Contractor Andreas Feil knows this only too well. Thanks to HarvestLab™ 3000, he can analyse the corn harvest down to the last fibre while still in the field.
Customers of agricultural contractor Flaskamp have been benefiting from the advantages of precision farming for over 10 years. The company supports simple entry level operations as well as complex precision farming tasks.
It doesn’t take much to start your smart farming journey.You may well already have the essential technologies on your machine.
Speak to a Precision Ag specialist at your local dealer. They’ll help you set-up machinery, input field information and be there for every step of your smart farming journey.