Case Studies

Growing demand for food, price volatility and increasing environmental compliance demands make it more important than ever for farms to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible. With the pressure on to achieve the best possible output from every hectare, more and more growers are turning to precision crop production to provide some of the solutions. To find out more about the agronomic, economic and environmental benefits SOYL can bring to your business, take a look at what some of our customers have to say.

John Stone

John Stone

John Stone farms 1100 acres of combinable crops just south of Worcester. With land that runs from very light sandy loam right through to heavy clay, he has to contend with great variability right across the farm.

Ian Pigott

Ian Pigott

The sustainability of farming in the future depends on effective environmental management. For Ian Pigott that is at the heart of his approach to agriculture and he sees precision crop production as a valuable tool.

Nick Bumford

Nick Bumford

Nick Bumford is manager of Guiting Manor Farms in the Cotswolds and he is clear that the most valuable asset on the farm needs attentive and thorough care.

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