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Co-ops may use the contract management component to build a strategy for each grower's input requirements.
Fremont, CA: Every ag co-op strives to improve a farmer's position in the overall picture of a production chain. Changing climate, generational shifts, and challenging market conditions all contributed to the shift in agricultural practices and the backing of co-ops.
Here are the key benefits of providing farm management solutions for farmer co-ops.
• Collaboration with Farmers Made Easier
With its use of software, cooperative personnel and farmers are integrated onto the same platform, allowing for smooth coordination in between the two. The platform's messaging strategic alignment in enhanced communication amongst participants of the co-op who is assigned to a particular region to target. Farmers and co-op staff can use online and mobile applications to access these platforms and clear the air regarding specific areas of agriculture.
• Better View of the Input Requirements
Co-ops may use the contract management component to build a strategy for each grower's input requirements. They can also explain the annual machinery maintenance that every grower will require. Co-op members should assess the projected output for each crop and producer and set the purchase price. The cooperatives will be able to compile a list of the total input needs on a co-op level by aggregating all contracts.
• Big Data Analytics and Real-Time Ag Data
To understand the requirements and concerns of producers, farm visits must get filled with relevant and flawless dialogue. The co-ops would be able to provide more value to the farmers and enhance the quality of the advice as a result of this. Collecting data through a real-time overview of each farmer's agricultural data will enable co-op members to give speedier recommendations on applicable agronomy methods and modify tactics for the fields as the weather changes.