Bushel Inc. has launched Bushel Farm, a farm management software designed to provide farmers and agribusiness partners with valuable grain marketing insights while reducing the burden of manual data entry. This software is a game-changer in the agriculture industry as it offers mobile and desktop experiences, maintaining its easy-to-use design while providing a robust feature set. With Bushel Farm, farmers can import their grain sales data into the software by mid-2023 if they do business with any of the thousands of grain facilities that use Bushel solutions.
“I’ve always loved the FarmLogs app, and I love the Bushel app from my elevator. When I dump a semi at the elevator, within five minutes, that ticket pops up on my phone. I don’t even have to have the truck driver tell me what the weight or moisture was,” said Kevin Harstad, a farmer from Stanley, ND. “Once you have the two systems connected, it’ll all be there [in Bushel Farm], and I won’t have to enter it anymore manually. That will be a great feature. I’m looking forward to it.”
Bushel Farm is designed to give farmers a ground-level and big-picture view of their farm’s operational and financial performance. It generates valuable insights that farmers can use to make decisions independently or share with their grain buyers, agronomists, bankers, insurance providers, and other trusted farm partners. Additionally, Bushel Farm is available for individual farms, and packages of subscriptions are available for commercial grain buyers and other agribusinesses looking to strengthen their relationships with their farmer customers.
“Specialty processors like ourselves have been trying to solve the problem of sharing information downstream to our end buyers,” said Scott Sinner, Partner and Supply Manager at SB&B Foods. “Consumers require much more transparency, and this [Bushel Farm] is an easy and secure way to do that. Bushel is right on track to make sure that happens.”
Recent integrations with John Deere Operations Center™ and Climate FieldView® provide seamless imports of field activities and input data, making it easier for farmers to manage their operations. In addition, bushel’s data permission controls are built into the platform to ensure data privacy and sharing only when authorized adequately by Bushel Farm users. This feature provides peace of mind for farmers and agribusinesses who want to secure their data.
More than 100,000 farmers already use various Bushel products today, creating the most significant technology network effect among farmers and grain buyers in the U.S. today. This technology network effect is expected to grow as more farmers adopt Bushel Farm, and more grain facilities use Bushel solutions.
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