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Call Ahead of Time & Update FieldAlytics™

May 09, 2022


Call your Federated Agronomist to keep everything on track.
Call Ahead for Custom Application.
Things have gotten off to a slow start this spring but now it’s “go, go, go.” And, the best way to keep things going, said Nick Schaps, ag sales rep at Federated’s Ogilvie location, is to “be one step ahead – let your Federated Agronomist know the day before you need something.”
 
Schaps mused about growers who call in the morning to ask for a load of fertilizer that day – which is a challenge in the calmest of springs. Your best option is to call the day before you need [custom application services] to keep things moving.
 
“We are getting things done … there’s plenty of product … we haven’t been short on spreading,” he said. Things are moving along.
 
Update (or Set Up) Your FieldAlytics™ Account.
If you are ordering custom application services for the first time, or if you have new or changed field information, “we need your FieldAlytics account set up or updated to speed getting the load out the door,” said Nick Schaps, Federated agronomy sales rep in Ogilvie.
 
Talk to your Federated Agronomist before you are ready to place your custom application orders to ensure your FieldAlytics account is ready to go.
 
FieldAlytics connects with Federated’s new accounting software, Merchant Ag, to make orders, custom application, and billing a seamless process.
 
For growers who use or hope to use precision ag services, FieldAlytics keeps tracks of field data and spraying services. The data is readily available to agronomists, making it easier to scout, record further data, and follow up with good recommendations. Call your Federated Agronomist to learn more.
 

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