Precise Measures for Sustainable Farming

PRECISION AG

precision ag

At Frontier, we are dedicated to helping you get the most out of every acre. We believe in bringing cutting-edge technology to the growers we serve, which is why we have a dedicated precision agriculture team.

Why Precision Ag?


Precision agriculture has become a cornerstone of sustainable agriculture, since it respects crops, soils and farmers. Through high-tech systems, it provides a number of benefits for your farm, the environment and our society, including:
  • Optimal field-level management by matching farming practices more closely to crop needs.
  • Reduced environmental risks and footprint of farming. Applying the right amount of inputs in the right place and at the right time benefits crops, soils and groundwater, and thus the entire crop cycle.
  • Improved competitiveness through more efficient practices.  
  • Targeted use of nutrients and other crop inputs, while boosting yields.

Why Frontier Cooperative for Precision Ag?


Through the use of our precision agriculture technologies and in-house expertise, we provide you with a sound road map to use data to make decisions and measure improvements. Your Frontier Ag Advisor will help you pinpoint specific information, insight, and data to take your farm and fields to a new level of productivity.

We understand that data overload can be an issue with precision ag, which is why we’re taking action to bring data together to deliver powerful information. We have systems that put data in one place without having to go out and access outside programs, and we’re always looking to improve our systems.

Whether you’re just beginning, or you’ve been using these practices for years, look to our people, tools and knowledge to help you with your precision ag needs.

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Precision Ag Services

We offer a wide range of services, including:
Soil data collection through grid/zone soil sampling and EC data collection
Variable rate prescriptions for fertilizer and seed tailored to the field level.
Water management through variable rate irrigation and soil moisture probes.
In-season imagery and tissue sampling to help you make important decisions during the growing season.
Yield mapping reports to build a record of your farm.
Cost per bushel analysis.