Dryland Cropping

Andrew Fraser

Andrew Fraser

Ballarat based farmer, Andrew Fraser, began by testing ph levels in just one paddock, reducing lime costs and saving his operation $17k. He has since increased testing on to the point where this season he saved around $98k compared to when he was applying lime with a blanket rate approach.

Charlie Vallance

Charlie Vallance

Western Victorian grain grower, Charlie Vallance, has grown in his journey with Precision Agriculture, to the point where their operation is now aiming to test every paddock within a 5 year rotation.

Tim Rethus

Tim Rethus

Wimmera grain grower, Tim Rethus, has seen a 40% saving in Lime inputs from working with Precision Agriculture. Through Precision Agriculture’s grid based soil mapping, testing was completed for ph, phosphorus and sulfur levels providing variable rate prescription maps that reduced overall inputs and improved yield.

Horticulture

Redbank Farming

Redbank Farming

Having reached a point where the farm operation was operating very well, Michael Nicols felt that he wanted to improve the performance of his operation to the fullest extent possible…

Agronomists

Scott Hutchings

Scott Hutchings

Scott Hutchings, Senior Agronomist at Cox Rural in Keith, South Australia, has been working with Precision Agriculture for his clients to help make more informed decisions. The soil testing data allows Scott to make objective decisions based on science.

Spreader Contractors

Bob Douglas

Bob Douglas

Spreading Contractors, Border Ag are now over 12 months into adopting Precision Agriculture’s variable rate technology. Director Bob Douglas is embracing the technology, with plans to double his fleet of variable rate enabled trucks such is the demand and growth.