Farmers around the U.S. can get free maps of their land courtesy of SoyGrowers.com. The soybean Web site is offering the deal through an affiliate program with LandNet Corp., a web-based mapping provider.
It offers access to an extensive collection of imagery, data and maps covering over one billion acres. To locate land for all parts of the U.S., enter a place name; township, range or section; geographic location; zip code; latitude and longitude coordinates; or visually by county.
Land can be viewed using a variety of maps and satellite images at different zoom levels. Popular map formats include color satellite aerials, USGS Topo Quads and BLM maps. Interactive drawing tools can delineate property boundaries and make distance and area measurements. To get your map, go to SoyGrowers.com and click on the Free Map Of Your Land logo.