Precision Agriculture 101

New to precision ag? Here is an introductory resource for precision specialists and dealerships on baseline products including GPS, auto-steer and training/education information.

 

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8 Tips for Building Better Dealer-Farmer Precision Partnerships

Three farmers and three precision equipment specialists discuss strategies for anticipating service needs, maximizing sales opportunities and avoiding customer conflict.
The business relationship formed between precision farming dealers and farmers can be a complicated one. Farmers have certain expectations and dealers have certain limitations. However, cultivated, well-managed partnerships can be immensely profitable for both parties.
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Leveraging Data to Control Costs, Improve Outputs

From cutting inputs and “right sizing” equipment to building new customer bases and revenue streams, Mitchell Hora says analyzing a farm’s data will help improve bottom-line decision making.
Mitchell Hora says increasing reliance on bottom line profitability and data driven decisions will be the key that helps him survive and thrive in the future.
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5 Ways Precision Ag Will Influence the Future of Food Production

Whitepaper from Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers outlines 13 trends that could influence how food is produced

The Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) Future of Food Production whitepaper identifies 13 trends that could influence the way food is produced. Precision agriculture ties into these 5 of the 13 trends identified by the AEM — as technology will be vital to helping farmers do more with less.


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Is All Precision Agriculture Beneficial for the World?

Analysis finds it depends where you farm

A new analysis by Glenn Stone, professor of anthropology and of environmental studies in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., examines how digital technologies are beginning to make inroads into agriculture in lower-income countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.


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