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Agland automates the process for calculating assessments for agricultural land by using the technology you've already invested in, your GIS.

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Still working on calculating land assessment manually or with outdated software? Tired of counting dots or using a planimeter? Agland will make it all easy!



In ArcMap, on any platform level, navigate to the parcel or parcels being assessed or compared -->Next Step Analyze


Using our simple wizard, step-by-step instructions are provided on how to process the parcel --> Next Step Report


Custom reports are created to fit the specific needs of each user at the county --> Next Step Share


Options to export to other platforms or view on the soils tab on the Beacon / website

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Schneider Geospatial pioneered the use of GIS in land assessment in the early 1990s and currently supports GIS-based assessment practices in multiple states. Our experience allows us to quickly adapt our industry-leading technology to meet new state requirements and assist new users in every state.
Why Agland?
Agland™ automates the process of calculating assessments for agricultural land by using GIS technology to combine and analyze data layers such as parcels, soils, and

About Agland

land use. Applying advanced GIS processes and utilizing ArcGIS ™ from Environmental Systems Research Institute as its foundation, Agland™ provides the county or city assessor or equalization professional with the tools to quickly and accurately formulate what-if scenarios to help in calculating the fairest assessment for agricultural land. Agland is authorized as a site license and performs on all three desktop platforms of ArcGIS.

Agland™ has advanced GIS geoprocessing, which configures the area of the unique combination of soils and land use on any given parcel. Along with the percentage of total area, Agland™ has the capability to utilize multiple GIS layers, which is critical for accurate assessments. Multiple assessment scenarios can be run and compared side-by-side, even with user-specified adjustments on individual parcels.



Multiple configuration reporting includes:

  • Comparison

  • County

  • Soils

  • Section/township

  • Error

  • Land Use

  • Hypothetical scenarios

  • State-specific

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