Optimize Your Grain Origination Process by Identifying On-Farm Grain Storage
On-farm grain storage data to determine growers’ count of grain bins and storage capacity tied to the land they operate, covering 98 percent of the market.
Identify and Serve Growers with Grain Storage
Optimize grain origination by knowing who has on-farm storage.
Identify the farmers who have grain storage, the count of bins and the capacity of the operation.
Understand the grower’s economics and grain marketing needs.
Cross-reference acreage, crop history and Gross Farm Income with on-farm grain storage data to understand the inner workings of the operation and identify their grain marketing needs.
Find available grain before and after harvest.
Access the most up-to-date grain storage data in the industry at various points of the year to plan your marketing and sales communications around the season.
Easily Access Through Our Applications
Find growers with grain storage in FarmFocus
Segment your data by grain bin count and total storage capacity by using the drill down and search tools in FarmFocus. Determine the counts for your audiences so you can target a clearly defined audience.
Search for grain bins by location in FieldVision.
Use FieldVision’s location services to identify farms within an up to 10-mile radius of a given location, and see where the grain bins are located on the land. Use grain bins as a filter criterion to highlight the growers you want to reach.
Identify the grain bin capacity of specific growers in GrowerProfile.
For qualifying growers, GrowerProfile will show you the location of the grain bin on the land, as well as the capacity of each bin. See the whole of the grower’s grain storage ability so you can tailor your marketing and sales communications to them.
How We Acquire & Process This Data
The story behind our on-farm grain storage data is a great example of how we problem solve to meet our customers’ requests. Read the blog to learn more about this process.
We collect and process approximately 43,000 images to identify grain bins tied to the land that growers operate.
We calculate each grain bin’s capacity by determining height and radius by using only objective, geospatial data.
Don’t Miss Another Grain Marketing or Sales Opportunity
Let us reach out to you and show you how you can use this data in your marketing and sales efforts.