Here’s the “Top 4 Tech Trends” editors found impacting the North American precision farming market. For more on what editors saw, heard and experienced in Louisville, visit Precision Farming Dealer’s Facebook and Twitter pages. More coverage will also be shared in video on www.PrecisionFarmingDealer.com.
A prolonged cold snap has settled into most of the U.S., with unseasonably frigid temperatures stretching across most of the nation. While many of us look forward to thawing out, the frigid stretch is a welcome change for some precision farming dealers, especially in the Midwest, who saw a frantic finish to 2017.
In our 2017 Guide to Essential Precision Farming Tools, 50 different technologies in 19 categories are showcased to provide dealers with detailed insight into their uniqueness, compatibility and value.
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Precision Farming Dealer editors were live Tweeting and Facebooking throughout the 2017 Precision Farming Dealer Summit. We've compiled a daily breakdown of Facebook posts below, and on the last page included the #PFDS Twitter Feed from our event.
The types of ag technology that manufacturers are developing, dealers are selling and farmers are adopting is changing. A combination of factors are contributing to the evolution, including market instability, commercial momentum for increased machine automation and more connectivity with technology.
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