GFX-350 Bundle

Precision Services

Simplify the start of your proof-of-placement journey

Trimble GFX-350 Bundle

Simplify your farms applications activities with the Trimble GFX-350 and Farmer Core Software.

Now, more than ever before accurate and easy to use proof-of-placement technology solutions are required to assist with our ‘license to farm’. Don’t compromise on quality with Vantage NZ’s competitively priced proof-of-placement solutions. 

We recognise that the farming days are full of 101 things to do and the last thing you want to be doing it sitting down to a large amount of paperwork to finish your days. Enter the Trimble GFX-350 Bundle. It includes all you need to get you started on your proof-of-placement journey without breaking the bank.


  • Easy to use, proven GPS technology
  • Cost effective entry point
  • Streamlined task management and record keeping
  • Optional autosteering and application control upgrades


The Trimble GFX for Dairy Bundle:

GFX-350 Display & Farmer Core Software – $4,985* + GST

If you would like to know more call your local rep on 0800 482 682

The Trimble GFX-350 & Farmer Core Software


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    Harvest 2020/21 is nearly upon us!

    Do you have yield mapping capabilities? Are you storing your data in a secure location? If your combine harvester is capable of yield mapping, do you use it? Yield map data is a powerful tool for making decisions on your farm. It is a record of how your crops reacted and performed under that season’s constraints. Constraints and variation may be apparent in your crops nutrient levels or application methods, or available water in the profile at critical times in the plant’s life cycle, and in most cases a combination of all the above, and more! The final result is that often yield varies more than we care to admit and we quickly remember the good parts of a paddock and forget the poor parts.

    Your yield data is a map of how well the crop has performed under that season’s conditions and how much variability there is in the soil profile and nutrient levels within a paddock. It provides us with a ‘warts and all’ view of paddock performance so that we can then further dissect what’s worked well and what hasn’t and make a plan for the coming years, all based around dollars and cents. Many arable farmers have paid for the technology but don’t harness the power of the information that it provides. Vantage NZ is here to help with this.

    One thing that isn’t stressed enough to growers with yield monitors is that they should capture the data regardless of whether they can use it at present or not. Asultiple years’ worth of data is far more useful than one year of data. The more years’ worth of data you have lessens the influence of a single seasons weather pattern or any out of the ordinary extremes. For example, in a wet year, the lighter freer draining soils may be preferable for a higher yield and vice versa in a dry season. This process of compiling several years of data is called normalisation. Data is put into a relative scale and is compared across the years or types of seasons as required. Once data is normalised, then we can identify common zones or production areas. These zones can be marked for future management decisions.

    Processing or “cleaning” the data is the key to successfully utilising the captured data. Raw yield points have a large number of errors and “noise” that can significantly impact the results. With these noisy bits removed and tidied up the data becomes more representative of the paddock. Some of the factors that impact on the data accuracy are cut width, flow delay and travel distance errors.

    Yield data can also be useful for identifying problems during the actual harvest of the crop. In one example, a grower saw the results of him harvesting grass seed in the hottest part of the day. He was able to spot the mistake as recorded yield dropped in the swaths that he completed in the hottest temperatures. Ultimately the yield information informed him that the decision to continue harvesting in the heat had cost him.

    Making useful yield maps – the essential information


    • ‘Rubbish in equals rubbish out’ – you only get one opportunity to collect this data so ‘do it once and do it right.’
    • Start the season with an empty data card – save a copy of all previous data to your computer and external hard drive then ‘clean’ the card. If you need help, please call your local precision ag expert to help
    • Naming – use the same naming for the same paddock each year as this makes finding your data easier at the end of the season
    • Check the flow and moisture sensors – if these are not working properly then everything that follows may be a waste of time
    • Calibration – at the start of harvesting each grain type calibrate the flow sensor
    • Operation setup – make sure the cutter bar width is correct, and the flow delay is as accurate as possible
    • Card check and backup – confirm data is being logged by importing it into your mapping software or sending it to your local precision ag expert once you start for the season, not at the end of this season! Backup the data as a raw format throughout the harvest season also.
    • If you collect the data as accurately as possible in the first place, then post-processing of the data to make it a useful resource is much simpler takes less time and costs less!

    Yield data is the final measure of a season’s work. Yield data allows for insights into different management practices and the old adage “what gets measured gets managed” comes to mind. 

    Have a good harvest!



    Article published in: Canterbury Farming, December 2020

    Variable-rate approach to fodder crops

    During crop establishment and the growing season soil variability is a key driver to crop performance. This is true for both arable and fodder crops.

    Lighter soils have lower water-holding capacities, and they warm up faster in the spring, which promotes earlier plant growth. Heavier soils with higher water-holding capacity take a bit longer to ‘get out of bed’ in the spring because of their lower soil temperatures.

    If you can map soil variability, it gives the ability to do variable-rate seeding. On some soil types and with some crops, this can be a great way to set the crop up in a timely fashion to maximise performance throughout the season.

    Typically, lower seeding rates are used in areas with lighter soils and higher rates in areas with heavier soils.

    Sometimes the rates might only vary by +/- 10 percent of the originally intended seeding rate. However, it still gives the crop a greater ability to grow well with less competition for water and nutrients, particularly in lighter soil areas.

    To achieve variable rate seedling and the variable rate application of subsequent inputs, you need a solid base of information in order to make the right decisions. And, of course, you need the right technology to achieve it.

    Depending on the nature of the farm and the crops it supports, the information that underpins variable rate farming can range from electro-magnetic (EM) soil surveying, to grid or zonal soil sampling, to drone or satellite imagery.

    EM surveying is used to map soil variability and thus, productivity potential. EM mapping has to be done when soils are at field capacity, so it is typically done over autumn, winter and spring.

    The cost of EM surveying starts at $70/ha. While it is an expense, an EM survey provides information that you can use for many years. It underpins lots of future variable rate decisions, so it is a sound investment.

    Soil sampling can provide another layer of information that can be used for precision nutrient management and other variable rate applications.

    Precision nutrient management gives growers the ability to apply nutrients only where they are needed to optimise crop production, so it is a great way to save money and ensure that you are farming in an environmentally sustainable way. This nutrient information is used for variable rate base fertiliser and additional fertiliser applications during the growing season.

    Depending on the soil sampling strategy (grid vs zonal sampling), costs can vary from $60/ha to just $200 for an entire paddock.

    Drone or satellite imagery is best used for variable rate applications during the season. It allows you to vary applications depending on how the crop is performing in real-time so that you can deal with any issues before it is too late.

    Satellite imagery is fairly cheap and is done without a field visit. This speeds up the turn-around time and reduces the cost for the grower.

    Both options have their merits, and it depends on the issue you are addressing as to which will best give the desired outcome. Costs for drone imagery start from $4/ha and satellite from $400 per farm per year. GST exclusive.

    At crop establishment, along with getting the right seeding rate for different areas, it is also important to consider the need for different nutrient levels across the paddock rather than take a blanket approach with a single rate.

    Soil variability or crop history can mean that previous harvests have removed different amounts of nutrients from different areas of the paddock. This should be addressed to achieve maximise crop growth.

    Variable-rate base fertiliser is a good way to start. This is linked to productivity potential, and once again, this can be determined by soil zones or grid soil sampling.

    Once you have taken the initial steps needed to maximise the crop’s performance, the next step is to be proactive with crop management throughout the season. You can do this by using variable rate inputs of nitrogen, herbicides and insecticides.

    Up-to-date crop imagery from a drone, satellite or crop sensors allows growers to make accurate management decisions, which could include variable rate applications to look after the crop.

    We all know that seasonal weather changes can affect our crops during the season and to maximise the crop and minimise the cost of inputs we need to be able to apply only what is needed, where it is needed and when it is needed.

    Variable-rate fungicide is great, particularly later in the growing season. Based on previous crop growth and weather events as well as weather forecasts fungicide can be applied at higher rates to areas with denser crop growth.

    They are typically more at risk to disease pressure than areas of the crop that are less dense. Savings here can be quite considerable, based on the chemical being applied.

    Critical to the success of using variable rate applications is the technology that can achieve it and technical support to pull it all together.

    In addition to soil mapping and crop monitoring, this includes guidance and control systems that can recognise where different zones in a paddock are and seed drills, spreaders and sprayers that can work at variable rates.

    Vantage NZ offers a robust range of Trimble guidance and control products that support variable-rate farming. They include the GFX-750 display system and Field-IQ crop input control system, and much more.

    The Vantage NZ team also has the knowledge and experience to pull this technology together for you. They have a long history not only supplying and supporting these products in the New Zealand market but also using them on the farm.

    For more information on variable rate crop management call Vantage NZ on 0800 482 682 or email

    Precision solutions for precision block management

    Vantage NZ is New Zealand’s leading precision agriculture expert providing growers all over New Zealand with precision agriculture products, services and expertise for the entire block.

    At the root of it, precision agriculture and the technology behind it allows growers to easily record and collect detailed information across their block at a spatial level. GPS enabled tractors, spatial farm maps and soil maps, GPS-recorded soil nutrient test and much more all further enhance the understanding of why crops are performing like they are. Precision ag gives growers the confidence to tweak decision making at a spatial level to ensure all areas of the block are set up for maximum success.

    Understanding your block from the ground up is integral to successful crop growth. EM (electro-magnetic) soil surveying has long been used as a precise method of understanding soil variability across a block and the effects it may have on crop growth and performance. How do I manage my light soil areas differently to my heavier soil areas? Are there pans across the block? These are all questions to be investigating particularly at the block planning phase, but equally in an established block. EM Surveying allows accurate identification of these differences so different decisions can be made in other areas of the block. For example, irrigation design might be matched to soil type variability or variety planting planned differently.  

    While understanding your soil is critical, so is soil moisture. Multi-depth capacitance-based soil moisture probes such as the AquaCheck allow detailed insight into soil moisture levels the whole way down the root zone, making irrigation management a breeze with accurate information, including soil temperature right at your fingertips.

    With new nitrogen regulations coming into effect, it’s now even more important to ensure that inputs are recorded and fine-tuned as much as possible while ensuring optimised productivity and profitability within this regulated environment. Simplifying record-keeping through the use of integrated GPS displays and easy-to-use software apps such as Trimble Ag Software now take the hassle out of it all. Trimble Farmer Core and Farmer Pro offer solutions from basic record keeping through to full work-order planning and crop scouting.

    Having identified all this variability and having these maps is all good and well, but you still need the hardware to control the application, and that’s where the Trimble display range can help. From the entry-level GFX-350 right up to the TMX-2050 there’s a solution for whatever your needs are be it basic guidance, section control, steering or much more. Trimble is currently offering a trade-up program for old displays whether they’re Trimble or not so if you’re interested in upgrading get in touch with the Vantage NZ team today to find out if you qualify.

    Vantage NZ is your one-stop-shop for all your precision ag needs. To find out more about how precision ag could help your farming business call 0800 482 682, or contact us


    Article featured in Orchardist November 2020

    Technology aids effluent management and reporting

    Precision ag tools and technologies have long been used for a range of on-farm applications from variable rate nutrient management to machine guidance and control, and everywhere in between. The ‘right amount, in the right place’, saying applies to effluent management, equally as much as all other inputs on-farm. In 2020 we are blessed with a range of tried and tested tools and technologies to help ensure that effluent is managed as accurately and efficiently as possible.

    To ensure that effluent is being applied ‘in the right amount, in the right place’ on-farm, soil moisture and environmental monitoring are key. Incorporating soil moisture monitoring into your effluent management ensures that you’re keeping an accurate record of how you’re affecting soil moisture levels with your effluent application, giving you the insight to adjust application rates based on soil moisture levels as required.

    Another easy addition to an effluent-based soil moisture monitoring solution is a weather station, to record rainfall and help automate record-keeping of rainfalls compared to when effluent was being applied on-farm. Utilising an integrated solution through Vantage NZ, with the ability to also work off existing Halo Milk Vat Monitoring systems, ensures that you get the best value for money while ensuring that farm information is centrally stored for ease of reporting when it comes to compliance time.

    While monitoring environmental factors to manage effluent is very important, likewise is proof-of-placement. Vantage NZ brings to the NZ market the industry-leading suite of Trimble Agriculture precision hardware. For farms that apply effluent through slurry spreaders, the Trimble GFX-350 with Precision IQ and Trimble Ag Software allows proof-of-placement maps to be easily captured, the slurry applicator controlled, and the map automatically sent through to the Trimble Ag Software for easy record-keeping once the job is completed.

    To find out more about how Vantage NZ can help you with an integrated effluent management solution for your farm, call us today on 0800 482 682 or contact us


    Article published in: New Zealand Farming Life, October 2020

    What is Precision Ag? Put simply it’s about using the right tools.

    Precision agriculture can sound complicated and technical, but it is just an extension of everyday farming, says Jemma Mulvihill from Vantage New Zealand.

    “Simply put, it’s about using the right tools and products for the right application to solve a problem. The results are better environmental management and farming efficiencies,” she says.

    Since it started in 2010 Vantage New Zealand (formerly Agri Optics New Zealand Ltd) has grown to be New Zealand’s leading precision agriculture solutions provider. In February 2020 the company was re-branded and re-launched as Vantage NZ, combining the highly skilled and knowledgeable staff from both Agri Optics NZ and GPS Control Systems when the company purchased the Trimble dealership for New Zealand. Jemma says the result has been a more comprehensive suite of services, products and solutions covering the gamut of what farmers may require from one source.

    “We are now New Zealand’s only full-time dedicated precision agriculture provider offering a full spectrum of products so we can assist farmers the whole way through the journey, making it more efficient and cost-effective for them to get the support they are after.”

    With its head office in Methven and team based around the country Vantage NZ can provide precision agriculture service and support across New Zealand. Jemma says Vantage NZ has a great team offering many years experience, which is important to maximise the potential for clients and to support them all the way through.

    She points to examples, such as electromagnetic soil surveying and soil moisture monitoring, as to how precision agriculture solutions can make a real difference to a farmer’s operation.

    “By understanding the soil variability across a farm, this can inform irrigation and nutrient application decisions. For example, you might lower the amount of water placed on lighter soils or apply a little frequently, whereas, on heavier soils, you may be able to apply more. Savings in water usage and electricity can be a significant return on investment and also result in the farmer growing better crops. Similarly applying nutrients in the right amounts depending on the soil maximises potential without waste or negative environmental outcomes.”

    Precision agriculture solutions can also help farmers to avoid some of the dreaded paperwork, she says. For example, the Trimble GFX-750 display can connect the entire operation with innovative, fully integrated software solutions that transform the way people farm by, for example, sending jobs to tractors from a cell phone or computer and generating farm proof of placement reports etc.

    Jemma says because Vantage NZ was established off the back of on-farm use through its founders and directors, this gives a grassroots understanding of what farmers really need.  “Our key focus is on helping as many farmers as we can to implement precision agriculture in a sustainable and goal-driven way in their businesses. For us, that starts with understanding the customer’s issues and bringing solutions to the market that make a real difference.”


    Article published in: Business Rural South, September 2020

    Farmer Core

    Precision Products

    Farmer Core

    Connect, simplify, and streamline your entire farm operation with Farmer Core. Trimble’s Farmer Core software complements your existing Trimble system to manage precision farming data and simplify display setup to capture the most value from every acre.

    Farmer Core is powered by AutoSync, a new and innovative feature that runs in the background to automatically sync all guidance lines, field names, boundaries, materials, implements, vehicles, and operator information across all connected devices.


    • Simplify farms etup
    • Steamline farm operations
    • Improve reliability of farm records
    • Work orders
    • Fleet management

    Why Farmer core?

    So many features for so little price

    Simplify Farm Setup:

    Create client/farm/field names, import or draw field boundaries, and set up materials manually or by using a pre-built list of chemicals and seeds.

    Streamline Farm Operations:

    Manage precision farming data from Trimble displays and other sources via API, keeping all of your guidance lines, field names, materials, and machine information in one place.

    Improve Reliability of Farm Records:

    Automatically create field records based on data collected with your precision farming display to generate an easy-to-understand profitability analysis for each field

    More Than Just Pretty Maps:

    Are you tired of looking at yield maps that don’t match what’s in the field? Trimble Ag Software’s new Yield Data Cleaning tool automatically fixes issues with grain flow delays, GPS errors, sensor errors, and overlaps, saving you countless hours manually fixing them field-by-field. As more and more farmers move toward precision ag, accurate yield maps become critical when using them for prescriptions or management zones. Clean yield data means accurate maps, which result in more profitable acres.

    Work Orders:

    Designed to streamline farm workflows, Farmer Core’s Trimble Display Work Orders are a set of instructions for completing in-field tasks that are created on the web, and will then sync to the Precision-IQ display to facilitate remote task setup. This allows users to define details including materials, fields, implements, and operators for a Precision-IQ display task before they even get in the cab. After an operator completes the task in the Precision-IQ display, task status and data from the Work Order are wirelessly sent to Trimble Ag Software.



    Customers with a Display Connection license can now utilize the full functionality of Fleet, such as tracking current and historical locations, vehicle utilization, and alerts — all of which are powered by FarmStream (using the FmX® integrated display, TMX-2050™ or GFX-750™ displays).

    Users can:

    • Track equipment locations, status, and utilization
    • View historical positions
    • Capture time spent idling, moving, and traveling as well as monitor reasons for delays
    • Access engine diagnostics for real-time machine health


    Specialised solutions

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    EM Soil Surveying

    Precision Services

    EM Soil Surveying

    Imagine wanting to know more about the soil under your feet. Well, you can, by conducting an EM (Electro-magnetic) Survey across your paddock or farm. An EM conductivity survey measures and maps the variability in apparent electrical conductivity within the soil profile using sensors – without any requirement for soil-to-instrument contact. The measured conductivity can then be linked to different soil characteristics such as stone and clay content for zoning differing management zones.

    At Vantage NZ we use EM technology across a range of different applications, from pastoral farming, to arable farming, to viticulture. While it is most widely used in agriculture in NZ, EM can also be used for applications in archeology and general soil science as it can explore up to a maximum depth of 1.5m.


    • A great way to quantify the variability of your soils
    • Is one of the key pieces of information for starting a farm down their precision ag journey
    • Can be used for a wide range of variable rate applications – irrigation, fertilsier, seeding + more
    • An EM Survey is often a one-off survey, unless your soil profile changes significantly
    • Topography information is also captured at the same time as a survey & can be used for watershed simulations and environmental management

    Why EM Survey?

    EM Surveying sees what you can't

    EM Surveying works by emitting an electro-magnetic field into the soil. The strength of this magnetic field and how far it can travel through the soil profile is determined by the textural composition of the soil. The magnetic field is strongest about 30-40cm below the soil surface and has the ability to sense to a depth of about 1.5m when in the vertical mode. A receiving coil reads the induced currents in the soil and it is these currents that measure soil conductivity.

    The usefulness of soil conductivity stems from the fact that sands have a low conductivity, silts have a medium conductivity and clays have a high conductivity. Consequently, conductivity (measured at low frequencies) correlates strongly to soil grain size and texture.

    In addition to its ability to identify variations in soil texture, electrical conductivity has proven to relate closely to other soil properties that often determine a field’s productivity such as Cation exchange capacity (CEC), bulk density, water-holding capacity and salininty.

    what do i get from an EM Survey?


    From an EM Survey with Vantage NZ you are supplied two highly detailed maps of your soil variability (0-50cm & 0-125cm) as well as a digital elevation model, slope, aspect & landscape change among other topographic derivatives. The survey results are available online through the PCT platform, so you can access your data and use it. We also supply you with a hard copy of your report and maps. These maps can then be further ground-truthed depending on their target application and used for zone management.

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    Learn more:

    Contact us today.

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      Precision Products


      Benefit from a variety of accuracy levels with Trimble GNSS receivers for all your precision farming needs.

      View the suite of receivers below. 


      Nav 900 Guidance Controller


      The NAV-900 guidance controller is our most advanced GNSS receiver to date, built for maximum uptime and a wide range of accuracy options from basic to high precision. It is designed to mount on the roof of most agricultural vehicles to provide positioning and guidance, including autosteer.


      • Full range of correction signals including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, and QZSS constellations
      • Built in WiFi and Bluetooth for tethering and device connections
      • Simplified setup with fewer components allows for an easier installation process and increased compatibility with CAN-based steering
      • Combine with one of the GFX series displays for auto guidance and precision farming functions
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      Nav 500 Guidance Controller


      Paired with any GFX series display, the NAV-500™ guidance controller is an affordable precision solution capable of receiving corrections from multiple GNSS satellite constellations. Get sub-meter repeatable accuracy and full-farm coverage at a great price to use during tillage, broad-acre seeding, spraying and harvest.


      • Low-profile rugged housing
      • Trimble ViewPoint RTX™ corrections
      • 5 satellite constellations
      • Roll-corrected manual guidance
      • Compatible with EZ-Steer® assisted steering system and EZ-Pilot® Pro steering system
      • 1 Bluetooth®
      • Multiple CAN ports
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      Ag-25 Antenna for CFX/FMX


      The Trimble AG25 Antenna is a general purpose GNSS rover antenna ideal for dynamic applications where position and heading are required. The AG25 offers excellent OmniSTAR (L-Band), GPS and GLONASS signal reception, making it ideal for use with the OmniSTAR G2 service as well as GPS/GLONASS positioning and heading applications.


      • Comprehensive GNSS support, including GPS modernization signals, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo
      • OmniSTAR and RTX support
      • Supports MSS narrowband and wideband
      • Rugged and 100% humidity proof
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      Ag-15 Antenna Upgrade for EZ-Guide


      Trimble Ag15 antenna upgrades accuracy for EZ-Guide 250 display. Easy to use affordable tool for 20cm accuracy for a wide range of applications.

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      WeedSeeker 2 Spot Spraying System

      Precision Products

      WeedSeeker 2 Spot Spraying System

      WeedSeeker® 2 is the next generation spot spray system from Trimble Agriculture. Redesigned for superior weed killing, it delivers all-around improved performance to previous solutions.

      Using advanced optics and processing power, the WeedSeeker system detects and eliminates resistant weeds. When a weed passes underneath the sensor it signals its linked spray nozzle to precisely deliver herbicide and kill the weed, reducing the amount of chemical applied by up to 90%.


      Building on more than 25 years of experience in the agriculture industry, the WeedSeeker® 2 system brings generational improvement to the spot spraying market. Growers now have a game changing solution to herbicide resistant weeds.

        • Intelligent sensor
        • Reduce herbicide usage by up to 90%
        • ISOBUS compatible
        • Unbeatable accuracy
        • Lightweight sensors and cabling
        • Universal mount for easy installation
        • Fewer sensors needed with expanded weed detection width
        • Weed mapping and section control
        • Automatic turn compensation

      How much could you save with WeedSeeker 2?

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      The WeedSeeker 2 spot spraying system is designed to save you money on weed control. WeedSeeker 2 only applies herbicide when a weed passes under the sensor. This cuts the amount of product needed to spray a field. Instead of spraying the entire field, you only spray weeds.

      Use Trimble’s WeedSeeker 2 ROI calculator to compare how much it costs to spray your field with conventional spraying options, with the cost of spraying using WeedSeeker 2. Estimate your cost savings and the cost of a WeedSeeker 2 system for your sprayer, including how quickly the system will pay for itself.