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Crop Profiles

  • How To Add a Crop Profile

    Before creating your first crop profile, you should decide if you would like to manage your crops field-by-field or as a whole farm. If you manage your crops as a whole farm, you will be managing all of each ...

    Nov 19, 2014 09:35AM CST
  • Can I set up profiles and plans for future years?

    Yes. You can create commodity profiles and plans for both past and future years.

    Nov 23, 2014 05:22PM CST
  • How To Merge Crop Profiles

    A producer may want to manage their expenses by fields or entities, but will often want to combine all of their corn crop, bean crop, wheat crop, etc. for marketing purposes. (Note: The application is defaulted...

    Jun 24, 2014 01:03AM CDT
  • How to Copy Existing Crop Profiles

    If you are using the same farms/fields and crops for your plan every year, there is no need to worry about having to re-enter this data every year for a new plan. From the Profiles summary page, click +Add Cr...

    Feb 20, 2019 09:35AM CST
  • Managing Field-by-Field or Whole-Farm

    If you manage your crops as a whole farm, you will be managing all of each crop type in one profile. For example, if you raise corn and soybeans, you will create one profile for all of your corn and a second pr...

    Jan 22, 2018 04:05PM CST
  • What if I split or only own shares of a farm or field?

    Profiles for Split or Shared Farms If you split or own shares of a farm or field, you should only account for your percentage share of the acres and yield in the crop profiles you create. For example, if you e...

    Apr 16, 2014 06:03PM CDT
  • What if I accidentally entered crop profile information in the wrong crop year?

    Not a problem! You will simply need to copy the crop profiles from the wrong year into the year you intended. Simply click the blue Change button next to the crop year at the top of the page. Select to go t...

    Apr 07, 2014 07:09AM CDT
  • What if I entered my profiles field by field, but I now want to manage them by c...

    You can go from a field-by-field set up of your profiles to a whole-farm management scheme by Merging Like Profiles.

    Apr 16, 2014 06:18PM CDT
  • Where do I enter information about my crops?

    Your crop types, acres, and estimated yields, as well as any fed, bartered, or stored amounts of your crops should be entered in your Crop Profiles. Click here to learn how to create your crop profiles!

    Apr 18, 2014 02:12PM CDT
  • What does it mean to "merge like profiles" ?

    By default, the risk management platform groups all similar crops together for marketing purposes. We call this "merging like profiles." For example, if you have three fields of corn and two fields of soybea...

    Mar 29, 2015 10:30PM CDT
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