Veteran Grown: Technology in Agriculture
From the Ground to the Sky to Your Plate
Join us for our next webinar in our Veteran Grown Series!
Panel I – Enhancing The Old With The New: Historical and Current Technology in Farming/Ranching
Panel I will feature a brief history of early technology used in farming and overviews of today’s technology trends. Topics include: drones, how NASA utilizes ag technology in space, fiber processing, beekeeping, water, soil, livestock, seeds and farm equipment.
Panel II – Ag Technology Best Practices
This 2-part panel will cover the mechanical side of the technology (Panel IIA); then, how the technology is utilized in real life applications of farming and ranching (Panel IIB)
The focus of the first panel will be a deeper look at the hardware side of technology in ag. Featured topics include: drones, sensors, GPS/mapping/onboard equipment, autonomous tractors, water/waste management and more!
Farmers and Ranchers will share best practices and how they utilize technology in their ag operations. Topics will include: fiber processing, ag in space, innovative farming, water, soil, beekeeping, livestock, drones and more!
Panel III – AgTech Resources/Next Steps
More information and how to get started. AgTech resources include: Farmer Veteran Coalition, Wounded Eagle UAS, Inc., NorCal VBOC, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Small Business Administration and more!
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