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    farmOS

    farmOS

    farmOS is a Drupal distribution and set of modules for farm management and record keeping on the web. The goal is to build a platform for farms of all types and sizes to manage their planning and record keeping in one place, available from anywhere over the internet. Official site and documentation: http://farmOS.org If you're interested in supporting the project, consider signing up for a hosted farmOS site through Farmier: http://farmier.com

    Farmier

    Farmier

    Farmier is a farmOS hosting service. farmOS is an open source software package for managing a farm's plans and records. Features include Farm Area : Identify your working areas (fields, beds, greenhouses, etc) using point-and-click maps. Farm Crop : List and index the crops you're growing. Farm Log : Keep track of things you've been working on. Record keeping, in other words. Farm Livestock : Keep track of animals and their movements. Farm Equipment : Keep track of farm equipment and maintenance. Farm Soil : Keep track of soil tests and view the soil survey map overlays.

    farmbrite: Farm & Ranch Record Keeping & Management Software

    farmbrite: Farm & Ranch Record Keeping & Management Software

    Farmbrite is an easy-to-use online farm planning, tracking and record keeping application that can help streamline your operations, provide visibility into your business and keep your records securely in one place. Some of the features include crop planning & tracking, seed order estimating, yield & harvest reporting, field mapping, farm bookkeeping & accounting, scheduling & task management, file & image storage, detailed note keeping, collaborate with your farmhands, contact & customer management, equipment record keeping, and much much moreā€¦ Check it out at www.farmbrite.com

    Tania

    Tania

    Tania is a free and open source farm management software. You can manage your farm areas, farm reservoirs, farm tasks, inventories, and the crop growing progress. It is designed for any type of farms. We write Tania in Go language so that you can deploy it on the cloud server environment, on your PC, or on the small embedded Linux devices such as Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone. Official GitHub repository and documentation: https://github.com/tanibox/tania-core Support us on: https://opencollective.com/tania