Gary Roberson, professor and agricultural engineering extension specialist at North Carolina State University, discusses the basic precision ag technologies available to farmers.
George Harper, director of investor and industry communications with the United Soybean Board, and John Fulton, a professor at The Ohio State University, discuss how Tech Toolshed, the unbiased, educational program made possible by the soy checkoff, provides farmers with information about today’s current ag technologies.
Todd Janzen, president of Janzen Agricultural Law, LLC, covers ag data transparency and privacy on the farm. Janzen discusses the various types of technology and myths as well as how farmers can protect themselves when using ag data.
Jason Ward, assistant professor of agricultural engineering at North Carolina State University, talks about how you can find value on your farm by implementing traceability.
Ben Craker, president of the Ag Data Coalition, evaluates today’s digital tools. Craker shows farmers how to compare technologies and extract balance from them, plus what data is needed to use these tools and technologies effectively.
Scott Shearer, professor and chair of the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University, walks farmers through blockchain and cryptocurrencies and what impact they will have for farmers in the future.
Bobby Vick, co-founder and chief technology officer of spadeGEO, covers drone data collection and incorporating data on the farm.
Sierra Young, assistant professor of agricultural engineering at North Carolina State University, talks about machine learning, drones and sensor- or image-focused technology.
Jared Day, products and systems specialist of John Deere, discusses equipment technology for sprayers and planters, and how farmers can use the technology to its full potential on the farm.
Kevin McNew, chief economist with Farmers Business Network, Inc., talks about how big data and machine learning create value for farmers.