COLUMBUS, Ohio — Precision Ag Reviews launched a new website to serve as a non-biased resource for farmers, with peer insights on precision ag equipment.
Precision Ag Reviews, a program started by the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff in 2017, is a public site that strives to create a “farmers helping farmers” community by collecting reviews for all brands and models of precision ag equipment. The site is building a reliable source of information about precision technology so farmers can educate themselves without a bias of brand or product.
“We are thrilled to have our new website ready to serve as a resource to all farmers. Our team has been traveling to farm shows across the U.S. asking farmers for their input on the precision equipment they are utilizing on their farms. We have a strong and diverse set of reviews and look forward to continuing to grow this resource,” said Stacie McCracken, project manager of Precision Ag Reviews.
“Information is everywhere, but non-biased information is harder to find. Ohio soybean farmers made the investment in Precision Ag Reviews to benefit all farmers. The goal of this platform is to better the industry,” continued McCracken.
Farmers can complete and read reviews on PrecisionAgReviews.com. All reviews collected are placed online for farmers to access when researching precision ag products. Farmers can see the collective average review, in addition to all individual reviews, to aid in educated decisions on the best equipment for their operation. The website also includes an active blog, with content authored by farmers and independent precision ag experts.