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This is where you define your farm or any other land you may own or rent.
Setting up your farm is the first thing you do in Farm Statistics. Once a farm is defined, you will be able to add buildings and fields to it. By default, a farm has been setup based on your account information.
You can edit it by selecting the update link on the right side of the page. To add a new farm or property, select the button at the top right hand side of the page. Each farm will have its own set of fields and buildings.
You need to define your fields to before adding crops or pesticide records. Fields can
be defined by acres or by square feet for gardeners. There is also an option for
gallons for gardeners that use containers.
There is an area to add soil conditions: pH, PNK and micronutrient are all optional.
There is a note section to log and soil amendments you add. And there is an area to
display all past and present crops that grew in that area.
Add your barns, sheds, greenhouses and livestock buildings for each farm. These are a necessary prerequisite if you plant to use the inventory module. Make sure all farms are defined before adding buildings.
Crops can be defined as field of soybeans, a garden of vegetables or a greenhouse full of hanging baskets.
Farm Statistics give you many options to accommodate different types of users.
When defining a crop, you can choose a pre-defined template or select a blank one.
A predefined template gives you a list of tasks and expenses to help lessen the
burden of adding items. We feel it is easier to delete unwanted items than to add
new ones. With a blank template, you will have to add all your tasks and expenses.
Our equipment tool helps you manage your fleet. Simple to use, just enter each unit into the system and
you will have the ability to keep comprehensive service records without a lot of data entry.
There are a few prerequisites you need in place before using the pesticide module.
You will be able to easily record create pesticide application records in the field using a
mobile device and printing reports from a home PC when needed.
This module is used to keep track of your supplies and where you keep them.
Before using you must have the vendor and buildings defined.
Items are categorized to make them easy to retrieve in the field without
and searching. Once an item is added you will be given a list of predefined
categories to choose. You can put an item in several categories and even create
your own categories.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is growing in popularity across the United States. Farm Statistics
has built a module specifically for CSA that manages clients, shares and provides online signup for your clients.