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Beyond tractors: Farmers navigating the digital transition, and broadband barriers

News | 02/23/2024 2:35 pm EST
By Paul Park at ppark@thewirereport.ca 

Technology is changing the family farm. Data silos are popping up along grain silos as farmers embrace new technologies to radically alter the way they do business. If properly deployed, new systems can address climate change, labour shortages, and how produce gets to market. Farmers are rolling out new equipment to improve their productivity and facilitate their operations.

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