The ag data seal of approval.
Digital Farming System
Go 360 | bioTrack
Answer Tech Data Silo
Farmers Business Network
John Deere Operations Center
Precision Farm Management Platform
FS Advanced Information Services
Farm Management Software
Morning Farm Report
When it comes to collecting and utilizing ag data, AgDNA knows a thing or two. So, when Ag Data Transparent came onto the scene offering companies and farmers education around best practices for their data, AgDNA was excited to get involved
ADT’s Model Ag Data Use Agreement is based on the company’s 13 Core Principles which ensure privacy and security for ag data. The Model Agreement addresses farmers’ data security concerns at all stages of the data cycle: starting with origination, covering storage and usage, and concluding with termination of a contract.
Everyone has different reason for becoming Ag Data Transparent (ADT) certified. For some, that reason is necessity. Newer companies often require backing by an organization like ADT to gain customers’ trust. Other businesses, like Beck’s, already have long-established relationships with their customers. Their reason for getting ADT certified? It’s best practice.
“Our research has proven that there is still a large deficit in customer trust with Ag-tech companies who manage farm data. At FCC, this is something we have worked extremely hard to build and will continue to take very seriously.” Thomarat credits Ag Data Transparency with helping them achieve this.
Being a good farmer is always based upon how much information you can derive from what you have done in the past and then using that information to shape your decisions going forward.