By cutting downtime, you can focus on what's more important,
like planting and harvesting more accurately and efficiently.
For the better part of a decade, we've worked alongside farmers to improve field service.
In our experience, we’ve discovered that reducing downtime is perhaps the second greatest concern among growers today. (The first is improving yields). We've worked with operations of all sizes. From those who farm just a few hundred acres to custom harvesters who run across several states.
We’ve noticed something they all have in common: Missed Opportunity. So we compiled this guide to let them share how small changes to their daily maintenance routine made a significant impact during the most crucial seasons.
Jeff used to have a 100 gallon diesel tank in the back of a pickup. "It was alright for a while until they made the fuel tanks bigger on all the equipment," he says. "When you can only haul 100 gallons you have to take two or three trips to get everything filled up for the day. Now we can fuel a combine in five to six minutes. It makes all the difference in the world."