Increase Profitability with AgriBuilder
Farming today is a way of life…a business passed down from generation to generation. While your land may be relatively the same, the way you manage it is anything but. Managing profitability becomes more challenging due to changing weather, increased international competition and rising costs. Farm management technology is what makes it easier for farmers of all sizes to get more profits out of their land than ever before. Starting with solid accounting software and layering in agriculture-specific financial management software coupled with the advice of seasoned financial consultants who know ag, and you can have more accurate information – faster – to help you make better business decisions.
Map of Yuma (CO)
About Yuma (CO)
Yuma, located in northeastern Colorado, is a small but vibrant agricultural community known for its rich farmlands and dedication to sustainable farming practices. Agriculture forms the backbone of the local economy, and the region’s fertile soil, favorable climate and innovative farming techniques have contributed to its agricultural success.
Yuma’s agricultural landscape primarily consists of dryland and irrigated farming. Dryland farming, where crops rely solely on natural precipitation, is prevalent in the area. Wheat, corn, sorghum, and barley are commonly grown dryland crops, with farmers utilizing techniques such as crop rotation and conservation tillage to maximize water retention and soil health.
Irrigated farming is also significant in Yuma, supported by water sources such as the Republican River and underground aquifers. The availability of water allows farmers to cultivate a diverse range of crops, including potatoes, sugar beets, onions, melons and various vegetables. Yuma’s irrigation systems employ efficient water management practices, such as drip irrigation and pivot systems, to minimize water usage and reduce environmental impact.