October 2023 Feature Release

October 2023 Feature Release

October 2023 Feature Release

Exciting News! Based on your feedback, we’ve enhanced the Operations platform by adding scale tickets and loads. Now you can capture your tickets to further improve crop inventory tracking and field profitability. 


For those using electronic scales or a digital platform such as Bushel or Libra Cart, you will be able to import CSV files following our next release in November. This will be another time-saver for you, so we’ll keep you posted when this is released.

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Scale Ticket & Load Tracking
  • Assign a shrink value for each storage location. This becomes the default value if one is not entered for the crop, helpful when delivering to different locations such as grain elevators that have different shrink values.
  • Enter tickets that include Gross Weight, Tare Weight, Percent Moisture, Percent FM, and more for calculating Dry Yield.
  • Customize the attribute preferences for recording all load details such as Protein, VOM, Heat Damage, etc.
Operations Scale Tickets Loads Data Entry
New Crop Inventory Loads Interface
  • Leverage the all-new Crop Inventory Loads interface to see all load data which can be filtered by year, crop and field or sorted by ticket, field and storage location.
  • Import a CSV file of your loads from electronic scales or digital platforms (coming in November).
New Crop Inventory Management Interface
Expanded Harvest Records
  • Bulk entering harvest records now allows you to designate the exact yield amount for each field.
  • Enter dry yield totals for fields (can be a rough guess) and later edit these harvest records to add loads for each field to calculate exact dry yield.
Operations Expanded Harvest Records
  • Brian Stark
    Brian Stark is the Product Marketing Director for Traction Ag, based in Auburn, Indiana. Prior to co-founding the company in 2020, he led the sales and marketing efforts at Farm Works Software for 14 years and was part of Trimble’s marketing and communications team for 10 years. He completed his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University in Agribusiness. Brian and his wife, Kimberly, own a Centennial Farm in Edgerton, Ohio, and have three children.
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