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SOYL is the leading precision crop production service provider in the UK.  SOYL produces and interprets variable rate maps covering over 1 million hectares of land and its software technology is in use in over 15 countries worldwide.  Innovative technology, robust data, expert advice and technical support are used to improve growers’ economic, agronomic and environmental performance.

As pioneers in UK precision farming since 1993 we know the difference between sustainable improvements to crop production and the latest trends. Our early commitment to the principle of applying inputs at the right rate and in the right place led the way for 20 years of scientific innovation. Today, SOYL still leads the way and our commercial services are backed by the UK’s largest precision farming specific research and development programme.

The team at SOYL constantly strives to push the boundaries of yield, quality and profit margins for their farmer customers through the use of precision farming techniques.
Services that deliver, backed by reliable research and development are important to our customers but our vital point of difference is our team of more than 20 local area managers. These local advisors are backed by a friendly and efficient support team, bringing the total number of experts at our customers’ disposal to nearly 100. Calls are taken 24 hours per day, seven days a week and our Technical Support team will assist with a wide range of GPS application equipment.

Working with SOYL gives growers access to a wide range of services, unparalleled experience and our commitment to develop a precision farming system that ensures sustainable production.

SOYL is a division of Frontier Agriculture, the UK’s leading crop production and grain marketing business. Frontier is recognised for its close customer relationships with farmers and grain consumers and its successful management of the whole arable supply chain. Frontier is a 50% joint venture between Associated British Foods and Cargill plc and operates across the UK from 43 sites employing more than 900 people in the business, which is unique in providing advice on all aspects of arable crop production.

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