InfoAg 2017 Presentation
Precision Services

Grand D
Wed, Jul 26, 2017
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM


It’s easy to be profitable when sales are good in a Precision Ag business but when sales start to back off in tough economic times the importance of service income is crucial to the sustainability of your business.  In Tim’s 23 years in Precision Ag, he has definitely learned what not to do and has worked on ways to overcome some of the obstacles that stand in the way of profitability in a service department. Learn how Ag Info Tech has diversified their business to include a wide array of services to their customers.

Tim Norris CEO of Ag info Tech, LLC shares the things that he feels makes for a strong and financially viable service department along with the things to avoid.

Tim Norris
CEO, Co-Owner
Ag Info Tech. LLC.
Fredericktown, OH 43019
Tim Norris is the founder & CEO of Ag Info Tech, LLC. Ag Info Tech is a Dealer for Ag Leader, Precision Planting, Trimble, Norac, Soil Max, Orthman, Richardt and Opi Integris lines. Ag Info Tech also provides the following services, Precision Soil Sampling, Yield Data Analysis, Topographic Survey, Drainage Tile design and installation and training on all of the products that they sell. Tim began his precision farming career in the mid 1990’s. After establishing grid soil sampling programs at 2 different cooperatives, he ventured out on his own creating Agronomic Information Technologies. Several years of growth led to expansion and eventually the consolidation with Town & Country which allowed Tim and his crew to use Town & Country’s corporate staff to help paperwork while his staff could focus on what they do best – focus on Precision Farming methods and tools to capture and analyze the data. Ag Info Tech has been featured in many trade magazines and Ag Info Tech was honored to receive Precision Ag Magazines 2015 Dealer of the year. Tim has also developed the on line dealer management and data analysis tool called Agri-Vault. In March of 2017 Ag Info Tech added and additional partner Central Ohio Farmers Co-op. For his enjoyment and to make sure that he stays in touch with the needs of the grower, Tim grain farms and does custom planting and harvesting on 1,000 acres.