That’s our motto, and the reason we build simple, low cost precision agriculture solutions that can be incorporated into your daily activities.
From your free farm map with NDVI to high resolution satellite imagery, and from variable rate files to a multi-year view of paddock performance.
No software or upfront payments. You simply pay for what you need, as you need it.
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DataFarming delivers an easy to use, low cost platform to help you grow smarter.
No software download, no pre-payment – only pay for the premium products you need, with straightforward pricing and ordering. Get started today by creating your own free satellite farm map with NDVI.
Looking for something else? We’re ready to work with you to deliver precision agriculture solutions tailored to what you need.
“Looking forward to seeing DataFarming imagery to monitor development of the crop.”
“This DataFarming imagery is kinda addictive. Get on for a look if you’re cropping.”
“Turned location setting on in your app and got blue dot. Will be good to sit on header and look at spring NDVI.”
“Some great info to be found from DataFarming that I’ve only learned about… impressive stuff.”
“I've recently been playing around with the maps and creating zones which is a really easy to use process."
“My friend showed me Datafarming, so I’ve just had a play around with it at this stage, but the auto zoning feature is great, and can get some relatively accurate paddock zones from the previous years’ NDVI."
“VR application on grass seed for satellite ndvi thanks to #dattafarming and @TimNeale1 for making it so easy. Sent map wirelessly through #myjohndeere to tractor on its way to the paddock. Precision ag getting easier 👍.”
“Did some VR gypsum on some sodic soils, saving around 150 tonnes on one paddock alone.”
“I have used it and we saw, that comparing with other tools in the region, yours has better precision in the images, analysis of the NDVI, speed and is also a more real tool for our farmers.”