Record Harvest Becomes OptiSurface Landforming Software Partner

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Jonesboro, Ark. and Nevada, Mo. (AgPR) March 1, 2016 — Arkansas-based OptiSurface, www.OptiSurface.com, Global Sales Manager Preston Marthey announces Record Harvest Enterprises, Inc., www.RecordHarvest.com, of Nevada, Missouri has become an OptiSurface Partner. Record Harvest will provide surface drainage solutions for clients using their patented 3D landform design software.

GPS landforming is the reshaping of a fields topography to predesigned 3D surfaces using high accuracy GPS to control the blade height of the earth moving machine. It is typically done to improve surface drainage and water infiltration uniformity.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with this relationship,” says Marthey. “Record Harvest has an outstanding reputation for client service and we know they’ll get the most out of OptiSurface Designer to minimize earthworks costs, optimize surface drainage, and maximize crop returns.”

Steve Cubbage president of Record Harvest Enterprises, Inc. says, “We’re excited to be able to offer our clients the benefits of using OptiSurface Designer landforming software. It fits with the firm’s commitment to help each producer and every acre reach full potential through practical and profitable precision agriculture practices.

“Tom Taylor will serve as our water management lead,” adds Cubbage. “The role fits him well as he has a background in agricultural engineering and surveying.”

Agricultural engineer, Dr. Graeme Cox, CEO of OptiSurface adds, “Water has the biggest impact on crop yields and therefore farm profitability. Too little and too much water typically accounts for 80% of the yield variability in every field. Landforming can improve both by removing depression areas which result in water logging and smoothing the ground surface which promotes more uniform infiltration. We are also seeing some opportunities in erosion control as well.”

Davco Optisurface, who develop the leading 3D landform design software, OptiSurface Designer, have seen strong adoption recently as the concept catches on. “Our software has been used to design more than 500,000 acres worldwide,” says Cox. That number of acres makes them the number one global 3D landform design software. GPS Landforming is the latest precision agriculture tool to hit mainstream adoption by farmers looking to increase production and profits.

More about Record Harvest
Record Harvest Enterprises, Inc., www.RecordHarvest.com, has been serving the producers of the Midwest with precision solutions since 1999.  The company is headquartered in Nevada, Missouri and has an additional location in south central Kansas in the town of Cunningham. Record Harvest was founded by Steve Cubbage and he and his crew work to provide the bridge between precision hardware and the data solutions and support to make it work for the producer.

More about OptiSurface
For leading farmers, agricultural consultants and earthmoving contractors who want to improve farm profitability through improved water management, OptiSurface Designer is the world’s most powerful analysis and design software for agricultural landforming. It calculates the optimized field topography that satisfies water management goals whilst minimizing earthworks and without ditches. It does this using our patented system incorporating Infinitely Variable Grades™ (IVG™) along with 3D GPS machine control technology. For more information visit www.OptiSurface.com.

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Editor’s Note: If you’re interested in doing an interview on the benefits or return on investment from landforming and GPS earthworks please give us a call. We’ll be happy to work with you.

Media Contact:
Warren E. Clark
847.836.5100
warren.clark@ccimarketing.com

Company Contacts:
Preston Marthey, Global Sales Manager
OptiSurface Designer
870.340.2020
preston.marthey@optisurface.com

Graeme Cox, CEO
OptiSurface Designer
870.340.2020
graeme.cox@optisurface.com

Steve Cubbage, Owner and President
Record Harvest Enterprises, Inc.
417.667.0220
steve@recordharvest.com

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