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" We are Experts in Precision Ag "
Hello, I’m Rick Applegate, CEO of Precision Farming Solutions LLC of Birdseye, Indiana, one of the state’s top leaders in the field of Precision Ag. If you farm anywhere in southwest Indiana or north central Kentucky, we are your local Precision Ag experts, dedicated to giving you the highest levels of product and personal support to keep you running at peak efficiency.
We provide the very latest in aftermarket Precision Ag products and services to help you become progressively more profitable. Our offerings include soil sampling services, field tile design, tile planning, variable rate planting and fertility recommendations, drones for ag, agcam cameras, auto steer systems, yield monitors, planter controls, tile plows, and comprehensive Data Management. We are passionate about both technology and agriculture and are deeply committed to showing forward-looking farmers exciting new ways of doing things.
We are known for our service and support. Everyone understands that if they purchase anything from Precision Farming Solutions LLC, we will be there to support them, literally day or night, seven days a week, making sure that at all times and in all situations they are completely covered.
That kind of support has led to intense customer loyalty, which has kept us steadily growing and expanding over the ten plus years that we have been in business. For more information, please call me at: (812) 631-4618.
Precision Ag, of course, is a rather broad term that encompasses many different products and activities, but in essence it boils down to one thing: it is a means of precisely measuring and reacting to spatial variations in plants and the soil. In the past crops were managed at the field level; fertilizers, seed, and chemicals were all applied at the same rate all across the field.*
(This is why it has often been said that “Precision Ag” could also be called “Site-Specific Ag”).
In today’s world however, thanks to satellite-based GPS, different areas of any given field can be managed in different ways, sometimes down to the foot or even inch by inch.
Using the techniques and practices of Precision Ag, you can take a very large field and manage it as if it were a group of very small fields. When you manage fields like that, both you and your soils work better, not harder. That is why Precision Ag is so good for your bottom line. And also so good for the environment.