Flying a lot allows you to see how variable the majority of the US really is. Growing up i always thought the Dakotas was the hotspot for the need of good zones and variable rate technology. But I’m convinced after all we’ve done and what I’ve witnessed over the last 5-6 years of traveling that nearly every field in the US could use some type of zone management. My guess is, 80 ish% would pay for the technologies year one, and then the remaining15% of them may take 2-3 years. And 5 % of them may never see the return, but my guess is that 5% is actually high.

Posted by Jason Schley at 2023-09-11 01:39:16 UTC