Landowners who use the digital marketplace Tillable can now get access to data collected by FieldView.
Bayer’s digital agriculture division, The Climate Corporation (Climate), announced a partnership between its FieldView digital farming platform and Tillable, a digital marketplace connecting farmers and landowners.
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Share farm operation details
FieldView farmer customers in the U.S. using Tillable can now more easily share farm operation details, such as planting and yield data, that they‘re already collecting through the FieldView platform, and landowners can keep an eye on what’s happening on their land and make sure their investment is well protected.
“Farmers rely on many different relationships and technologies to ensure a successful season,” said Mike Stern, CEO at The Climate Corporation and Head of Digital Farming for Bayer Crop Science.
Improve farm efficiency
“We are always interested in collaborating with other innovators to support farmers in the many decisions they make to simplify and improve their operations. Integrating Tillable’s marketplace with FieldView offers easy-to-use digital tools that will improve farm efficiency.”
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Approximately 40 percent of U.S. farmland is rented or leased, according to USDA estimates. The farmland rental market in the U.S is worth $32 billion. - Photo: AFP
“This partnership reaffirms our commitment to protecting farmland’s long-term value,” said Corbett Kull, co-founder and CEO of Tillable. “With FieldView integration, farmers using Tillable can more easily share data about their operation to continue building their reputation, and landowners can rest assured that their property is being properly cared for and will remain a protected investment.”
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