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Why is Field Stability Important to Farmland?

Without farming land for generations, it can be tough to predict how crops will behave on different parts of a field. Producers need field-level insight into yield expectations to predict optimum harvest dates and the required inputs to increase yield. More critically, stakeholders need to understand what drives yield patterns within a field and how much yield risk accrues in any given year.

That’s where CIBO comes in. CIBO uses public and proprietary imagery and remotely sensed data to better understand land use, field-level variability, and land performance over time. We provide deeper insight into those interested in farmland so they know what drives on-farm performance and assess risks throughout the year.

Kansas Stability Map

Haven TwpReno Co, KS2830800000002000 37°53′33″N 97°46′54″W


LI Maps KS Stability

South Dakota Stability Map

Miller TwpMarshall Co, SD3658014000 45°50′18″N 97°44′5″W


LI Maps SD Stability

Nebraska Stability Map

Juniata TwpAdams Co, NE010002207 40°34′25″N 98°29′58″W


LI Maps NE Stability

Pennsylvania Stability Map

Example of a stability report 

Warwick TwpLancaster Co, PA6005733400000 40°10′55″N 76°15′52″W


LI Maps PA Stability

Wisconsin Stability Map

Byron TwpFond du Lac Co, WIT041417071300100 43°41′45″N 88°30′17″W


LI Maps WI Stability

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