Rural app designed for Farmers and Landowners

A clever app designed for farmers and landowners to access all sorts of key rural information in one place has been created by a leading property consultancy – and is free to download.

Fisher German’s Rural app allows users to instantly access the latest prices of key rural commodities such as futures in wheat, maize and rapeseed, enabling them to make better decisions when selling their crops.

Rural land

It also has a host of other useful features including a currency converter, a unit converter and a built-in list of Fisher German contacts for users to call at the touch of a button.

Mapping data, weather data and financial information such as tax tables and price indices complete the app.

Mike Reynolds, Associate Director at Fisher German who helped create the app with Loughborough-based app developers Cuttlefish, said:
“We came up with the idea at a ‘Dragons Den’ style event during a teambuilding day.

“We had seen there were apps displaying things like rural market data and separate apps for things like currency conversion.

“So we thought developing an app that combines all of this information and puts it in one place would be very useful for farmers, landowners and clients.

“It’s a one-stop-shop for all things rural, and it’s absolutely free to download and use.

“We’ve recently given the app a bit of a facelift, improving the look of the interface and adding features such as being able to search for weather and mapping data for anywhere instead of just at your location.

“We would encourage anyone who works in the rural sector to give it a try – we want to make things as simple as possible for farmers, landowners and clients and we believe our app does exactly that.”

The app is available for both iOS and Android, and is free to download from the App Store and Google Play.

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