Old MacDonald had a Robot

Teams are Working on the Farm to Cultivate Insights and Reap ROI

Even the most sophisticated farming equipment typically has a human at the wheel. Delicate tasks—such as planting seedlings or only harvesting certain crops—require discerning hands. But a new crop of tech projects aims to change that.
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