Farm Map Tracts
FARMapper groups farm definitions into tracts.
This enables easy separation of owned ground, leased ground, pivot ground, dry ground, different
farm names; basically, group the farm definitions into whichever tracts that make sense for the
farm map. Every tract has a customizable name, shape, or color and can contain any number of
geometric shapes taken from our preloaded shape databases. Tract names are used
in generated KML output, which allows easy navigation between different parts of the farm.
Separate the Old Jones Place from the Home Farm, load it up with the related farm documents,
deed, water rights, warranty information, and generate the Cropscape maps for the farms
to track the crop history.
Every shape added to the farm becomes a new tract automatically, but then the shapes can be
dragged between the tracts to form bigger groups or extracted to create smaller ones. There is
also a merge tract action working on all selected tracts
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