June 26, 2012
AgriData, Inc. Launches Surety Pro
Ag mapping just got an advanced degree. More and more ag professionals everywhere are excited about the powerful new benefits of Surety Pro, and it's easy to see why. While the classic Surety system provides endless opportunities for mapping, reporting and trading information, Surety Pro will build on that with innovative new features.
Surety Pro users will be able to save selected field borders and a history of custom client reports for quick and easy access. They will also be able to create and save information into a perso nal – and private – database within the Surety system for ultimate organization. New information will also be accessible to Surety Pro subscribers, including FEMA Floodways and FEMA Flood Zone information.
In addition, Surety Pro users will be able to maneuver within the maps much faster and even use their scrolling function on their mouse to zoom in and out of the maps. Subscribers will also reap the benefits of being able to import multiple Shape and Satloc files to quickly and accurately create invoices, maps and reports. More new features are being developed and will be released as they are completed.
To learn more about Surety Pro, click here.
August 18, 2010
Thank You To Everyone Who Has Supported Our Fight For A Change To Section 1619 Of The 2008 Farm Bill
AgriData, Inc. is extremely grateful to those who have signed our petition and helped in our quest to
change Section 1619 of the 2008 Farm Bill to include Common Land Unit (CLU) data in the NRCS
Data Gateway. With your help, we hope to convince Congress to reimplement this valuable land
information and continue to improve the efficiency of agricultural producers and the wide range of
businesses associated with them.
If you haven't signed the petition and would like to,
please click here.
Every Signature Counts
There are still those who are reluctant to support a change, implying that there are privacy concerns
with the CLU data. However, our goal is to remind people that there is no compliance, CRP, wetlands
or other personal information in the CLU data. More importantly, this CLU data greatly benefits
businesses who work closely with agricultural producers, allowing them to provide more timely,
accurate and cost-effective services.
Ask others to support our cause. Email our petition to your
friends and associates by clicking
Thank you again for your support!
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June 9, 2010
For Immediate Release
AgriData, Inc. Supports Out-of-work And Injured Farmers With Donation To Farm Rescue
AgriData, Inc. of Grand Forks, North Dakota recently made a cash donation to Farm Rescue, a
nonprofit organization that plants and harvests crops free of charge for family farmers who have
suffered a major illness, injury or natural disaster. It is sponsors like AgriData, Inc. that make the
Farm Rescue provides assistance to farm families throughout North Dakota, South Dakota, western
Minnesota and eastern Montana. Assistance to these families is 100% dependent on sponsors and
donations. All donations are used to pay for the expenses associated with planting and harvesting. Farm
Rescue has helped 101 farm families through crises since 2006.
AgriData, Inc. develops map-based information management systems and services for agricultural
applications. AgriData, Inc.'s Surety® Customized Online Mapping System has dramatically improved
the agricultural industry's methods for locating, recording and displaying field borders and information
for both farmers and ag applicators.
Surety® Customized Online Mapping utilizes Farm Service Agency (FSA) acreage, field borders and
the latest National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) information to generate custom maps and
reports (including topographic maps, soil survey maps, application maps for chemical, fertilizer,
manure and aerial applications, and custom invoices) for ag applicators, farmers, insurance agents, crop
consultants, land managers and rural appraisers. Surety® has more than 2,500 users across the United
States. To find out more, go online to www.agridatainc.com.
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