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Benchmarking

Start conversations about how your clients' farm is performing and make decisions that'll help them run a more profitable business.

See how a farm stacks up

Endless benchmarks

Create and curate as many benchmarking pools as you need to suit all the different types of farms that you work with.

Configurable metrics

Run your benchmarking reports based on whatever metrics you want - like peak milked cows, number of stock units, and kilograms of milk solids.

Private or public

With your benchmarking pools that you make within your practice, you can keep these private to your firm or you can set them public for everyone on Figured to see how they compare.

Powerful reporting

Generate powerful benchmarking reports for any of your clients' farms and share those with the wider team to start conversations about how profitable your business can really be.

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Read the docs

Read up on how to create and curate your benchmarking pools and how you can generate the benchmarking reports in each of your farms.

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Watch a how to

Check out a video showing you the ins and outs of benchmarking.

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Want to know more?

Get in touch with the team if you've got any questions, comments, or anything in between.

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How many farms do I need to enable benchmarking?

Minimum 50 farms must be setup on Figured, chat to the team if you're not quite there.

How much does benchmarking cost?

Benchmarking costs $250 + GST per month for unlimited farms.

What subscriptions are compatible with benchmarking?

Benchmarking is available for farms that are Financial Farmer, Figured Lite, or setup as a Multi-farm.

Who can use benchmarking?

Benchmarking is available in New Zealand and the UK, and can be used at a practice or organisation level, and is available to advisers on Figured.

Let us know if you're interested in bringing Figured Benchmarking to your practice