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08 Jul

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FarmLogs launches variable rate sidedress program

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FarmLogs launched its new nitrogen rescue program that helps farmers save and improve yield by addressing nitrogen deficiencies that can still be corrected late in the season. Immediately available in the corn belt, the  nitrogen rescue service automatically detects nitrogen deficiencies in the field, sends an alert to growers, and connects participants with a local custom applicator that can apply a late-season variable rate sidedress fertilizer application.

Read more on agprofessional.com and agriculture.com

22 Sep

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One In Three Farms Is Using FarmLogs To Power Their Yields With Big Data

September 22, 2015 | By | No Comments

The American farm may not be the first spot you’d expect to be disrupted by big data, but today’s farmers are already heavily utilizing new technologies to monitor their crops.

Jesse Vollmar, founder and CEO of FarmLogs, told TechCrunch’s Jon Shieber that his product, which helps farmers track and report metrics like heat accumulation, rainfall and soil composition, is being used on a third of farms across the United States.

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10 Jun

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FarmLogs looking for Passionate Product Marketing Manager!

June 10, 2015 | By | No Comments

FarmLogs is seeking an innovative thinker and problem solver who is passionate about developing marketing programs!

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10 Jun

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FarmLogs seeking VP of Engineering

June 10, 2015 | By |

FarmLogs is seeking an experienced software veteran as VP of Engineering to lead platform teams and guide software development!

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18 May

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FarmLogs Is Now Able To Alert Farmers About Crop Threats

May 18, 2015 | By |

Farm management software company FarmLogs is used by over 20% of the farms in the U.S. with over $15 billion in crops under management. Now FarmLogs has launched the only crop health monitoring service in the industry that can pinpoint the exact location in the part of the field that needs attention. If a problem is detected in the field that causes a risk of losing yield during the growing season, FarmLogs users will automatically receive actionable maps.

FarmLogs monitors crop health by utilizing multi-spectral satellite imagery to build performance baselines from over five years of field-specific crop health data. The crop health is tracked throughout the season against the performance baseline to detect subtle cues and stress signals that is otherwise invisible to the human eye. The crop health monitoring imagery utilized by FarmLogs shows information that is actionable and eliminates guesswork so that farmers can fix problems before yield is reduced. Read more on Forbes

28 Feb

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FarmLogs introduces FarmLogs Advantage

February 28, 2015 | By |

FarmLogs, the leading data science company that helps over 20 percent of U.S. farms maximize productivity and field profitability, will unveil FarmLogs Advantage at Commodity Classic in Phoenix, Arizona. The suite of breakthrough innovations will make precision farming possible for every farmer in America. The new version of FarmLogs will offer powerful automated data collection and analysis features focused on helping farmers make their fields even more profitable.

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22 Dec

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Agtech Upstart FarmLogs Raises Another $10 Million

December 22, 2014 | By |

Agricultural management software company FarmLogsjust added $10 million in venture backing, bringing its total raised so far to $15 million.

The Series B round—which comes less than one year after its Series A event—includes existing investors Drive Capital, Huron River Ventures, and Hyde Park Ventures, and new backers including the president of Y Combinator, Sam Altman.

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17 Dec

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FarmLogs Nabs $10m Series B From SV Angel, Sam Altman And Others

December 17, 2014 | By |

Nearly 12 months ago, FarmLogs announced it raised a $4 million Series A. And today the company is back with a $10 million Series B to keep pushing farming into the digital age.

The additional funding came from existing investors Drive Capital, Huron River Ventures, and Hyde Park Venture Partners. SV Angel and Sam Altman, Y Combinator’s president, also participated in the round, which brings FarmLogs’ total funding to $15 million.

Since launching and graduating from YC’s winter 2012 class, the Michigan-based company has seen tremendous growth, tripling its marketshare in the first six months of 2014. Read more on TechCrunch

16 Sep

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FarmLogs young team making ag data headway

September 16, 2014 | By |

Jesse Vollmar speaks at high speed and with an energy that shows he’s enthusiastic about his topic. He’s also clear that his company – FarmLogs – is a software company that works in agriculture and not an ag company trying to make software work. Recently, Vollmar’s company announced that more than 15% of the nation’s row crop farms are now using its data platform.

The announcement notes that in just two years since its launch the firm has gained customers in all 50 states and 130 countries across six continents. And it now has more than $11 billion in crops under management, which has tripled in less than six months. Read more on farmindustrynews.com

05 Sep

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Farming Startup FarmLogs Triples Market Share In Last Six Months

September 5, 2014 | By |

Michigan-based FarmLogs is announcing today a significant milestone in the young company’s history. In just two years since its founding, the company has seen incredible growth and now counts customers in all 50 states and over $11 billion worth of crops under its management, a number that has tripled in the last six months. FarmLogs estimates 15% of the farms within the United States are using its services.

The company was in Silicon Valley and later moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan. Earlier this year, Jesse Vollmar, CEO and co-founder explained the company’s focus is building out its product to intelligently predict and optimize crop rotations as well as automate activity data collection. Read more on TechCrunch.