Tag: farmland

Getting Bigger and Better with Granular

Build a competitive advantage in a modernizing farmland market with Granular’s FMS and AcreValue Three years ago, Mike and I set out to build farm management software (FMS) to help farms make better business decisions by making better use of their farm data. We realized early on that while farms were using Granular FMS to […]

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What Do Changing Landlord Demographics Mean for Your Farm?

If you rent the land you farm on, there’s a big chance your landlord has a relatively narrow understanding of what it takes to run a successful farm. With rent continuing to represent the largest expense on a farm’s budget, understanding farmland values with tools like AcreValue and getting a good grasp of field profitability […]

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A New Way to Evaluate Farmland

Finding the right land at the right price is something our customers talk about often, and understandably so – in today’s market, the ability to access new land on favorable terms is a huge source of competitive advantage. As some of you may know, back in April we launched a test version of our farmland […]

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Rent an Acre or Buy an Acre, That is the Question

Farmland costs typically represent more than one third of a farm’s operational costs. The mix of owned vs. rented land has a significant impact on profitability, risk and the ability to scale. As a farm operation grows, there can be important differences resulting from expanding through rental or through acquisition of additional farmland.  What are the considerations […]

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Working the Land and the Data: A Profile of Kip Tom in the NYT

Granular’s Chairman of the Board of Advisors Kip Tom was featured today in the New York Times.  The article, written by Quentin Hardy, profiles Tom Farms and describes the way in which technology has helped the operation grow and adapt in a rapidly evolving ag industry. We are proud to have such an innovative leader as Kip on […]

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