September 11, 2023
A DJI Agras MG-1 spray-capable drone flies over a Georgia peanut field.Brad Haire
It seems like new farming tech comes out every week. From precision agriculture to apps that help with farming communication or alternate modes of energy, it feels like there’s always an innovation being discussed. While it may feel overwhelming, technology can simplify more time-consuming tasks and saving your overhead costs in the long run.
Whether you are part of the next generation stepping up at your family’s farm, or a long-time farmer wanting to streamline processes, new farming resources can help make things run more smoothly and efficiently.
We’ve rounded up some recent articles to read when considering new technology.
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