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2024 Starting Strong for Ag Tech

2024 Starting Strong for Ag Tech

By Ryan Ridley
Managing Editor, Farms.com Precision Ag Digital Digest

The first issue of 2024 is upon us for the Farms.com Precision Ag Digital Digest.

The Spring 2024 issue will be released within a couple of weeks, and it is packed with new innovations from some of the biggest names in the industry.

This year has not disappointed so far, and after speaking with dozens of companies at the 2024 National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS), I am convinced the best is yet to come.

As previously reported by our very own Diego Flammini, Farms.com yielded more than 70 videos from the NFMS and will be releasing special edition Machinery Newsletters in the coming weeks—stay tuned for that.

Precision agriculture and ag technology ran wild at the NFMS this year, so much so that the 2024 Spring Farms.com Precision Ag Digital Digest will have a special PAG Tech Clips section featuring our top 10 tech videos from the event.

Our main articles will cover a few newly released products, including Case IH’s new AF11 combine and Precision Planting’s new CornerStone planting system.

Cannot forget about Kinze’s brand-new 5670 pivot fold planter as well as real-time spot spraying tech from Trimble-owned Bilberry.

Oh, and Massey Ferguson has retrofit baler tech, SimplEbale, that brings large-square bale technology to small-square balers.

We are sure you have heard of John Deere partnering with SpaceX, but we provide a unique angle on that as well.

Our team cannot wait for you to get your hands on...get your keyboards/mouses on…the Spring 2024 Precision Ag Digital Digest.

Refer to this link in a week or so and the new issue will be there! In the meantime, flip through our Winter 2023/2024 issue, it has lots of good stuff.
 


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