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Precision Through Process

Plan, Record, Produce

Process

Work In Progress (WIP) Systems have been a staple in the manufacturing industry for decades. AgCode applies the best concepts from the WIP system across production agriculture. Farm planning and budgets are common within most production operations, but AgCode customers build plans and budgets based on performance metrics, needed equipment and material resources, and historical details to “Know the Why” when putting budgets and plans into action.

The AgCode WIP system:

Analyze

By pulling together each of the previous processes, you have access to more information about where activities are happening, why they are happening and how much each activity costs. Using this information throughout the year or after harvest gives you actionable data to adjust your practice according to budget or to increase productivity.

Record

Work orders tell your managers and supervisors what tasks are needed, when they are needed and how they should be completed. Your managers and supervisors record live field data to report that these tasks are being completed on-time, on-budget, and according to specification.

Field inspections can also be recorded to create action plans around unexpected findings, estimate optimal harvesting, and to adjust farm plans based on season conditions.

Schedule

With the farm plan in place, managers utilize AgCode as a checklist to schedule work for individual blocks as the planned date approaches. This scheduling process creates work orders for each block and activity. Work orders are as simple as a checklist and metrics or as detailed as chemical recommendations, materials and equipment needed, days to complete, or even safety and methodology details.

Plan

When farm planning, you take and apply the specifications to the appropriate block locations. This creates tasks and performance cost metrics against block acreage allowing you to determine the resources to budget for each individual task. Planning tasks for all blocks completes the farm plan, cash flow and budget process, but these details can be drilled down to the block level or ranch and unit level.

Specify

Managers, PCAs, or Controllers create activity templates called specifications. These specifications create standard performance and cost expectations for a given practice. These standards are based on metrics such as vines/hour, acres/hour, or tons and cases/hour. Build your specifications to any level such as different vine and row spacing or farm terrains like floor versus hillside blocks.

Specify
Managers, PCAs, or Controllers create activity templates called specifications. These specifications create standard performance and cost expectations for a given practice. These standards are based on metrics such as vines/hour, acres/hour, or tons and cases/hour. Build your specifications to any level such as different vine and row spacing or farm terrains like floor versus hillside blocks.

Specify Plan Schedule Record Analyze