Agriculture advancement in terms of technology and data has grown exponentially in the past decade. Primary producers are now faced with large scale, multiple decisions that are coming at them faster than ever before. The idea of turning data into decisions encompasses the ideology of “moneyball” or “blackjack farming”; allowing farmers to have the answers to questions that have not been asked yet. Providing a decision matrix that takes the gut feeling out of farming and allows the data to drive the operations. The ability to create a return on investment from technology, and more specific data in its analytical form. If we already know the answer to the decision, is it really a decision?