With Figured's cropping tracker, farmers have the most powerful and flexible way to track their business's crop season production and sales activities. Farmers can understand their cropping farm’s financial situation in a simpler, clearer way.

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Flexibility in planning


We know that not all crop seasons fit in the same box - in fact, they can span multiple years, or run less than a year. With the Rolling Plan in our new cropping tracker, you have the flexibility to configure your season start dates and lengths as you wish, simplifying the planning experience across seasons and financial periods.

Whilst you can configure your crop season start and end dates to be of any length, you can still work against a single, ongoing financial plan - without losing the functionality of a locked and approved budget.

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Allocate expenses to operations


Allocate your Xero coded expenses to specific crop farming operations. Both Figured-first and Xero-first workflows are supported as first-class experiences, so you can work in one while another user works in the other.

Any transactions that are attributed to the season through the Allocator tool or future distributions count towards the gross margin calculation, so the tool can also be used as a generic cost-revenue centre to help farmers achieve their personal goals.

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Define your own crop seasons


Crop seasons are driven by the area that you’re planting. You can do this in the new properties area in Figured. You can break down your properties by location and field giving you plenty of control.

When you create a new field, you tell Figured what type of crop it is, when the season starts, and what land you’ve planted it on. Throughout the year you can directly record the direct costs that are related to production in the tracker. And when you do this, we’ll post those expenses through to Xero.

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