Get Answers With AgSolver

Oct 07, 2019


Discover the best way to allocate your valuable working capital in order to maximize your operation’s return on investment (ROI) with AgSolver®. This new precision ag tool from EFC Systems provides financial outcomes, multi-year analysis, data maps, and rapid data processing, giving farmers the power of dollars and cents for every management decision.

AgSolver creates management scenarios using harvest data, as-applied data, and crop budgets. Users can quickly compare new outcomes and get answers to key questions like: “Do my precision practices pay off?” “Which hybrid has a better return on investment?” “Can I afford that new piece of ground?”

AgSolver can answer these and many other management questions for farmers including:
  • generating a multiyear outcome by averaging all available years of a field’s data and identifying consistent performance trends
  • evaluating field performance with reports on profit, return on investment, break-even commodity price, break-even expense reduction, break-even yield increase, and product efficiency
  • identifying which areas of the field are performing well and which areas are costing money
Reach out today to your local Co-op agronomist to begin a profit plan on your fields with AgSolver.
 

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