May 24, 2017 06:45PM
As long as each field has it own unique field boundary on the Boundary Layer, you would not need to draw a map for the Farm. To print a Farm Map, go to the Red Barn Tab. Open the correct Client and highlight the Farm Name (red barn icon) only. When going to the Mapping screen you should now see the maps of all the fields in this one Farm. If you go to the Layers tabs beneath the Mapping screen and have the Boundary Layer as the top Layer, from the View box you also have the option for Farm or Field Boundaries. The legend box will then show the total acres for the Farm. If the acres do not show or not correct, may need to go to the Red Barn Tab. Open the Client and Farm Name. Right click on the first field name and select Properties. Make sure the proper amount of acres has been entered into the Tillable Acres box. Click OK. Repeat for each Field in this Farm.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Kathy Cline,
Farm Works Software
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Drawing boundaries for farms

Merlin & Lillian SchantzMay 23, 2017 07:36PM

Re: Drawing boundaries for farms

KathyClineMay 24, 2017 06:45PM



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