Understanding a parcel of land means more than spatially analyzing the surface. You also need to know what’s happening beneath your feet. A soil report can provide data on soil type, class, agricultural applications and more, and it is particularly helpful for farmers, ranchers, landowners and organizations responsible for natural resource planning. While soil surveys are available elsewhere online, MapRight brings you the best experience, both for you and for those you share your maps with. In a matter of seconds, have a user-friendly, easy-to-comprehend, beautiful soil report you can include with any of your maps. Don’t waste time tracking down and trying to make sense of open source datasets online; every soil report on MapRight includes soil name, class and subclass information, acreage, capabilities and more.
The composition of soils is generally very unique to their location. For that reason, you can find a lot of value in learning the names of soil on your land such as permeability, suitable crops and possible limitations.
Along with learning each soil type on a property, MapRight also provides you with the acreage of each. Easily view what percentage of land can be used for certain agricultural activities.
In MapRight, you can learn more than just what kinds of soil you have. We provide you insight into how you can use your land, ranging from wildlife and forestry to very intense farming activities.
With nine different GIS base layers, nearly two dozen MapRight layers and countless styling and customization options, your MapRight maps can be as simple or complex as your needs require. No matter what they look like though, we guarantee your maps will always be as easy to read as they are to share. If you want to see what MapRight is capable of, just take a look below at one of the half a million maps that have already been created on our platform.