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Already using another farm mapping system? Bring your paddocks to HawkEye.

We've done our best to make creating your own paddocks simple (and fun) but understand that your time is precious.

If you are already using another farm mapping system, and want to bring your paddock data to HawkEye:

  • Export your paddock data from the system you are using.
  • Use the upload tool in HawkEye (My Farm > Upload Farm Map) to send your shapefile(s) to us.
  • We'll be in touch once your data has been uploaded, usually within ten working days.

You can upload multiple files (.shp,.shx,.dbf,.prj) individually or package them as a zip folder (select all required files in Windows Explorer, right-click and select Send To > Compressed (zipped) folder).

Note that your files need to be validated it may take up to ten days to be loaded in HawkEye.

Please contact your current farm mapping provider for help exporting shapefiles.

Want us to draw your map?

If you have an image, pdf, or hard copy of your farm our team can draw it for you.

  • Up to 100 paddocks $300
  • More than 100 paddocks $500

Pricing is GST exclusive and applies per farm. We aim to process all mapping requests within ten working days.

Send us your farm image by email (support@hawkeye.farm) or post hard copies to: HawkEye | PO Box 1049 | Christchurch 8042. Please ensure that you include your farm name and contact details.

For the best experience in HawkEye, we recommend using Google Chrome.

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