Posted 9/10/2021 06:57 (#9212439 - in reply to #9208325) Subject: RE: Boundary mapping business
Don't call it a 'gator, it's a Ranger
Your desire to go out and perform a service is commendable but I don't think it would be a wise choice of your time. For me personally, I would not pay for such a service.
Extremely accurate boundaries would be nice for me but not a must. I don't have RTK but use TerraStar C. Much of our land "touches" other land that we own and the field boundaries often change from year to year. Through the years, my approach as evolved such that some fields have boundaries and other do not.
I have gone to the trouble of creating Master Guidance Property Lines with the planting tractor. These are saved with descriptive names. I can then select an AB guidance Master line and shift it half the implement width toward the field.
I have neighbors that use Ag Leader equipment also and we have exchanged these Guidance Property AB lines. They shift half their implement width their way and I shift half my implement width my way.