Farm Sustainability

Farmers face sustainability challenges due to rising energy, fertilizer and labor costs, ground water depletion and government subsidy cutbacks. Now more than ever, farmers feel increasing pressure to:

  • Conserve ground water resources
  • Reduce energy consumption and air pollution
  • Reduce irrigation runoff of fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides
  • Reduce labor costs
  • Reduce fuel and equipment thefts
  • Reduce equipment down time and maintenance costs
  • Increase crop yields
  • Improve profitability

There are diminishing returns to simply expanding a farm labor pool to deal with these pressures. Modern-day farmers are looking for technology solutions to help, but these solutions must provide the following features to be viable:

  • Reliable, fail-safe operation
  • Lower up-front costs
  • No monthly recurring fees for basic functionality
  • Comprehensive status feedback
  • Intuitive user interfaces
  • Scheduling that’s easy to reconfigure
  • Advanced automation and adaptive learning routines

Smart Farm Systems has spent 5 years developing a product for the agricultural community to address all of these important, daily issues.

Interested in working with us? Contact Smart Farm today.