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Last year, I realized that a few of our employees did not have the best intentions when they came to work. It seemed like their goal was to slack off and avoid work, and it was really frustrating. I realized that I had to do something in order to make things right, so I started working with them to train them. I also installed a camera system and explained the consequences of their actions. Within about six months, we were able to completely overhaul things, and it made a huge difference. This blog is all about keeping employees productive and on track, so that you can keep your company viable.


Keeping Employees Productive

New To Agriculture? Stop Wasting Your Grain And Money

Grace Hanson

If you're new to the grain or agriculture industry, you may expect to experience one or two problems as you get your business off the ground. But if you repeatedly experience multiple problems with your crops, such as spoilage and poor harvesting, you may need to look into how you operate your business. You could lose more than just crops. You could also lose money. Stop wasting grain and money by using the tips below.

Hire Help for Your Manual Tasks and Responsibilities 

Grain farmers must take on many different manual tasks and responsibilities during the workday, including overseeing crops and maintaining equipment. If you don't have enough time in the day set aside to complete each task, your crops and farm could suffer. 

If time is one of the greatest reasons you experience problems with your business, hire one or two people to help you out. Delegate different jobs to each person you hire based on their experience and ability to handle the tasks. Keep track of each person's performance. If your business and finances improve, increase your workers' pay and responsibilities.

Now, you can focus on other duties pertaining to your crops, including managing your crops online. 

Go Online to Manage Your Crop Farm

The Internet is a great resource for farmers. However, you must know how to use the Internet to your advantage. One of the resources you can look into is grain industry cloud management. 

A grain industry cloud enterprise research planning (ERP) system helps you keep track of everything pertaining to your crops, including harvesting time and crop cycles. You need to plant, cultivate, and harvest some types of crops during specific times of the year. If you miss any of these steps, you may need to start over.

Cloud management also allows you to keep track of things you can't control, including the weather. A management system can alert you to any changes in the weather that may or may not affect your crops, such as dry spells, tornadoes, and hail. You can use the data to help you protect your crops.

Finally, a management system can monitor your farm's financial growth and stability. You can use the information to help you address things in your farming business that hinder your growth, such as spending too much money on unnecessary equipment repairs. 

If you need help managing or monitoring your grain farm, contact a grain industry cloud ERP provider today.