Cost and Profit Tracking Software for Savvy Farmers Who Treat Their Farms as a Business

There are endless tools for the agronomy side of your farm. You deserve better tools for the business side of your farm. That's our mission!

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View Your Profitability Breakdown by Crop View Your Profitability Breakdown by Field Analyze Your Entire Operation Year Over Year View Your Profitability Breakdown by Crop

Determine your breakeven using actual market data.

Break out expenses and revenue by field.

Compare profitability year over year.

Determine your breakeven using actual market data.

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View Your Profitability Breakdown by Crop View Your Profitability Breakdown by Field Analyze Your Entire Operation Year Over Year View Your Profitability Breakdown by Crop

Determine your breakeven using actual market data.

Break out expenses and revenue by field.

Compare profitability year over year.

Determine your breakeven using actual market data.

Farming is a unique business where the two main factors that determine your income are out of your control.

You have no control over weather or commodity markets. That doesn't mean you shouldn't be making proactive decisions on your farm. Harvest Profit's mission is to be a partner to your farm to help you manage this uncertainty. You have to make hundreds of decisions in any given growing season and our tools will assist you in confidently analyzing, executing, and tracking these decisions.

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Track your Cost of Production and Profitability Year-Round

Track your Cost of Production and Profitability Year-Round

Stop managing your farm based on gut feel and emotion. In today’s competitive and volatile farm economy, being a professional farm business manager is no longer a trait of the most successful farms. It’s a requirement of all farms. Harvest Profit’s farm management software allow producers to track their P&L in real-time giving them the confidence to make less emotional and more profit-focused farm business decisions.

Use your Field-Level Profitability to Make Land Decisions

Use your Field-Level Profitability to Make Land Decisions

A farm is essentially a manufacturing business made up of many different manufacturing plants (your fields). While your enterprise-level financial performance is what matters at the end of the day, field-level financial performance will allow you to fine tune your operation. Harvest Profit makes this process easy.

Take Emotion Out of Your Grain Marketing

Take Emotion Out of Your Grain Marketing

Grain marketing in today’s volatile environment is harder than ever. Our real-time farm P&L will help you focus on what matters, your farm’s bottom line. In addition, our grain marketing plan builder will allow you to build a profit-focused marketing plan. You’ll receive notifications when your plan’s price and/or date targets have been met. This allows you to focus on raising crops instead of fixating on market prices which none of us have any control over.

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