The Top 10 Reasons to Use ProAg Map-Based Acreage Reports

There are a lot of good reasons to use ProAg’s map-based acreage reports. Here are 10 of the best.

  1. Constantly updated CLU information.
    a. Revolving bi-monthly updates via RMA
  2. Track non-cropland fields alongside your insured fields.
    a. View all operational land in an area. This will be tied in with the AR process in the future as an extension of the ACRSI project.
  3. Reduce processing time for CLU matching.
    a. Information is provided at the CLU level to streamline the matching process.
  4. Individual fields are displayed.
    a. The entry grid at the bottom of each page makes it simple to capture unique data at the field level when needed.
  5. Multiple format options.
    a. Different sorting and display options allow you to create the form that works best for your situation.
  6. Supplemental imagery.
    a. Multiple imagery options allow you to customize the form to your specific needs.
  7. Imagery makes processing sub-fields much easier.
    a. Expedite the process of splitting fields by providing a visual reference.
  8. Existing maps are transferred from year to year.
    a. Once a policy map is created, only minor maintenance is needed in the future to prepare for the acreage reporting process.
  9. Ability to generate PDF documents by agency.
    a. Our mapping team can quickly create PDF document versions of the forms you need with the settings you prefer for your entire agency.
  10. Electronic delivery for a fast turnaround time.
    a. Once the forms are generated, you will be provided with a link to conveniently download your requested files.

The mapping team is constantly talking with others throughout our organization to determine how we can be better. If you have suggestions, or simply need further information and training, please don’t hesitate to contact us at

Source: Mike Weber, ProAg Product Supervisor

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