From commodity prices and competition for business to future-proofing the operation, ag retailers shared their challenges and concerns in a recent survey conducted by Proagrica.
Newell Kitchen of the University of Missouri, recipient of the Legacy award in the 2018 PrecisionAg Award of Excellence program, has worked for decades to employ technology in unlocking the secrets hidden in farm fields.
Addressing the grower’s true needs and making software easy to use has driven Agrian’s product development from the beginning says co-founder and CEO Nishan Majarian, recipient of the 2018 Crop Adviser/Entrepreneur Award in the PrecisionAg Awards of Excellence program
Harnessing the power of precision technology leads to year-over-year improvement in productivity and stewardship, says Arkansas grower Rodney Wright, recipient of the 2018 Farmer award in the PrecisionAg Awards of Excellence program.
In the overall agriculture market, the rhetoric surrounding emerging technology over the past half-decade has been nothing short […]
Ron Farrell, a frequent sounding board for my wacky ideas and a source of ongoing encouragement to stay […]
Day 2 of the PrecisionAg® Professional Accelerator will challenge you to evaluate and improve your approach to customer […]
Raven Focused on Retail Education with Top Gun Training Program, SDSU Investment, Sponsorship of Accelerator Event
It’s no secret that the demand for precision ag technology is growing. As the world population increases, so […]
Enterprise software manufacturer EFC Systems, scholarship sponsor of the inaugural PrecisionAg® Professional Accelerator professional development conference this June […]
Roger Dumond has weathered the ups and downs of precision agriculture programs as much as anybody who’s been […]