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When you purchase FieldView Plus through April 15, 2018, you are eligible for a full refund if you are not satisfied with your experience.

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Climate FieldView™ brought me new information. With that information I could make economic decisions that were profitable for my farm. If it could help me be more profitable, why wouldn't I use it?

Tim Malterer
Minnesota Farmer

Farmers who purchased FieldView™ Plus through April 15, 2018 and upload or stream 2018 data from at least one field are eligible for a refund if they are not satisfied. To receive a refund, farmers will need to call Climate Support, demonstrate that 2018 planting data has been streamed or uploaded to at least one field in FieldView and then can request their full refund if unsatisfied for any reason. Refund requests must be made by May 31, 2018.
Our services provide estimates or recommendations based on models. These do not guarantee results. Consult your agronomist, commodities broker and other service professionals before making financial, risk management, and farming decisions. More information at https://www.climate.com/