Turn Your Yield Data into Free, Interactive Yield Maps

Written by Ashley Rutter
September 14, 2016

With your free FarmLogs account, it’s easy to turn your raw yield data into useful, interactive yield maps

Not only are our yield maps easy to create and easy to use, they also provide you with useful information: simply hover your cursor over the map and you’ll be able to see how many bushels per acre every two meters of the field has produced.

Here’s what our interactive yield maps look like:

By uploading yield data into your free FarmLogs account, you’re building a centralized system of record-keeping for your entire farm.

Getting the Most Out of Your FarmLogs Yield Maps

We know that yield maps for your farm aren’t always easy to create or access. Which is why our easy-to-interpret maps were built to help you:

  • See how many bushels each point of the field has produced
  • Quickly discover which areas of the field performed the best
  • Look for yield anomalies: are there areas of the field that should have performed better than they did?
  • Get a stronger sense of the variability that exists in each of your fields
  • Analyze the performance of test strips, new seed varieties, and other in-season experiments
  • Draw insights on which practices and experiments were successful this season and which were not
  • Make data-driven seeding and nutrient decisions for next season
  • Develop an always available, always secure collection of yield data
And remember: your data is safe with FarmLogs. We take your privacy seriously and want to protect your data from getting into the wrong hands. Like all FarmLogs users, you’ll always be in full control over who you share your personal information with. Check out our privacy policy to learn more.

How to Generate Yield Maps in FarmLogs

First, visit our support page here to see a list of compatible file types.

Then watch the following tutorial to learn how to easily turn your yield data into yield maps.

(Don't want to watch a video? You can also get written, step-by-step instructions on how to import your yield fields here.)

  

Upload your yield data now

Ashley Rutter

Author

Ashley Rutter is the Content Marketing Writer at FarmLogs.