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Technology Changes the Business of Farming

by Michael Polzella

Modern farms and ranches are operating drastically differently than they were just a few decades ago.

Newer technologies have led to higher crop productivity, decreased use of water and reduced impact on natural ecosystems.

Air and soil sensors enable real-time understanding of current farm conditions. Equipment telematics allow for mechanical devices to warn mechanics when internal failures are likely to occur.

Drones are one of the newest tools being implemented. They are currently used to monitor fields and make timely decisions to avoid losses. Technology is as prevalent in agriculture as it is in any other business field today.

Sydney Ayers, SLJ 100 Communications

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