Educational Software Solutions

Do your students really understand how to use farm data and make key decisions from it?  Trimble makes it easy by offering a complete solution for schools that are looking to teach real world experiences. Using Trimble Ag Software in the classroom exposes students to the ever changing world of precision agriculture and farm business management. 

We make the process of learning easy with our educational lesson plans. Simply use the Teacher Guide and Student Workbook to involve your students in the details of running a business, whether they have a farm background or not. Data used in the lessons are from real life experiences that your students will never forget.

We provide over 15 lessons! These lesson plans include a printable student workbook, precision ag data that is used with the student workbook, and a teacher guide that provides the instructor with helpful suggestions including the answer key for each chapter. Each chapter provides students a hands-on learning experience with precision agriculture and farm business management. Lesson plans are updated every year to match the most current version.

Types of Schools

Trimble Ag Software can be found at universities, colleges, 2-year technical schools, and high schools. We offer discounted prices for schools bundled with lesson plans and technical support.

Educational Software Bundle Includes:

  • Farmer Pro software license (desktop, online and mobile app)
  • 12 months of software updates
  • 12 months of technical support
  • Educational lesson plans with farm data


Contact our sales team at 1-800-282-4103 to place your order.

 Part NumberPrice
1-30 Seats 81013-19$500 per year
31-50 Seats81013-20$750 per year
51+ Seats81013-21$1000 per year

“Trimble Ag Software gives our students hands-on experience with software that is being used in the industry. This allows them to see the value of data and how it can be used in a farming operation.”

Darin Kohlmeyer

Precision Ag Program Chair, Ivy Tech Community College

Questions about our lesson plans or farm software?