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Top 10 technologies for the farm

<p>The face of farm technology is undergoing another major change. Sensors, power and even cloud computing will be enhanced in the future. Deploying these technologies will be important in the next decade.</p>

Predicting the future is a great pastime, but divining the course of technology is not always easy. Certain ideas appear to be on track to come to market, but then others that seem less likely eventually take hold.

Here, we look at some new, trending technologies that could impact your business in the next 10 years, and we offer our take on what they might mean.

We’re looking beyond high-speed and multi-hybrid planting innovations (though we touch on a trend they created), pushing past the biological movement and reaching beyond wireless innovations to look at tools and tech that may become commonplace on your operation sooner than you think.

What follows are 10 key areas, in no particular order, to watch in the next few years to see how they may shape the tech decisions you make for your business.

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