GT 460 Reports Approved For Harvest Production Records

GT 460 Reports Approved For Harvest Production Records

Digi-Star's autolog function on grain cart filling okayed for crop insurance records.

Crop insurance claims just got easier with Digi-Star's new GT 460 with Autolog record keeping. The reports from the system have been approved by the USDA as acceptable records for harvest records and as supportive data for loss records.

Autolog starts when the powertakeoff is engaged and logs the data automatically when the PTO is stopped.

Documentation from the grain cart will assist in quick processing of claims and the GT 460 captures the time stamp, date, field and weight information automatically. Average moisture content and yield maps can be incorporated into the printed report from the GT 460.

Digi-Star's GT 460 with Autolog is now certified as a source for supportive records for USDA's Risk Management Agency. Harvest records are kept when the PTO is running and logged when it stops.

USDA's Loss Adjustment office in Kansas City recenlty approved the tool's records as as source for the required crop insurance claim reports.

The GT 460 with Autolog is currently available on all scale ready grain carts, and existing GT 460 users can upgrade their units with Autolog easily.

For more information visit www.digi-star.com.

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