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8 multi-store dealerships join AgDNA network8 multi-store dealerships join AgDNA network

AgDNA software combines precision agriculture, equipment monitoring, farm financials and spatial analytics.

October 19, 2017

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AgDNA has partnered with eight new multi-store dealerships across the Midwest, Mid-South and East Coat.

The ag equipment dealers and agronomic service providers joining the AgDNA network include:

  1. Horizon Equipment (Iowa),

  2. Koenig Equipment (Indiana),

  3. Mississippi/Arkansas Ag (Mississippi),

  4. Natural Solutions (Iowa),

  5. Quality Equipment (North Carolina),

  6. Sunshine Quality Solutions (Louisiana),

  7. Tri Green Tractor (Ohio) and

  8. United Ag and Turf (Texas).

Dealers who join the AgDNA network gain exclusive access to AgDNA’s Precision Platform, an ag farm management software platform. The software connects directly with in-field equipment and combines precision agriculture, equipment monitoring, farm financials and spatial analytics to help manage a grower’s operation.

AgDNA has 320 dealer locations spanning 35 states.

"In just a few years AgDNA has gone from a simple iPhone farm management app to become the most connected and comprehensive precision farming and financials platform available,” said AgDNA co-founder and CEO Paul Turner. “AgDNA recognized early on that the best way to help growers maximize profitability was to work closely with their trusted advisors that have deep knowledge of the machinery and local farming practices.”

“The AgDNA Precision Platform is a tool that we use to help get all of our grower’s various planting, spraying, JD Link, fuel burn and variety information into one platform,” said Noble Guedon, the Corporate Integrated Solutions Department Manager for Goldman Equipment, a large ag John Deere dealership in Louisiana with 13 store locations. “Right now, some of the software packages out there have their niche markets and they tailor to that. AgDNA is a broad spectrum software platform integrates yield maps, management zones and financial benchmarking.”

Source: AgDNA

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