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Winfield United connects John Deere to Answer Tech Data Siloqrcode

Jul. 19, 2019

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Jul. 19, 2019
WinField United continues to improve the integration and accessibility of on-farm data through the recent addition of John Deere to its Answer Tech Data Silo, the company's cloud-based data-management system. Answer Tech Data Silo can be used for secure data storage as well as with other tools to leverage farmer data, making that data work harder and allowing farmers to take their operations to the next level.

"WinField United is always looking for the best solutions to help meet farmers' needs," said Joel Wipperfurth, lead of digital transformation for WinField United. "Our collaboration with John Deere through our Data Silo is one more way we're building on that purpose. We look forward to bringing even greater value to the WinField United retail network and to the farmers our locally owned and operated retailers serve."

This integration lets farmers who use the built-in technology found in John Deere equipment to filter that information to the Data Silo, where it is securely stored and can be used with various downstream tools. This eliminates the need for manual data entry, so farmers can have their planting and as-applied data flow seamlessly and populate the tools that bring them insights.

For example, farmers using the John Deere Operations Center can feed all of that data into the Data Silo. Then, this data automatically flows into downstream tools like the WinField United R7 Tool, which can send it to other WinField United tools such as the R7 Field Forecasting Tool and the R7 Field Monitoring Tool to evaluate in-season weather and moisture conditions.

All farmers who do business with a retailer that is affiliated with WinField United have access to Data Silo.

Tied in to Answer Plot data

For corn growers, having planting data and information about a hybrid automatically entered allows them to cross-check it with Answer Plot® data to determine that hybrid's response-to-fungicide or response-to-nitrogen scores. If during the season farmers have disease or insect outbreaks, or if tissue samples in a particular region are trending behind on nitrogen, their agronomists can inform them of field needs and the opportunity they have to remedy problems and optimize their return on investment.

"Being a farmer is challenging enough without having to worry about inputting data accurately and wondering whether that data is secure," said Wipperfurth. "WinField United technology enables farmers to streamline workflow, update information automatically and, most important, protect their data. This reassures them that they are making their data work as hard as it can and that the insights derived from that data can be used on the farm throughout the season."

Farmers can find out more by consulting with their WinField United-affiliated local trusted advisors. Visit winfieldunited.com for additional information.


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