10 technologies changing farm machinery

10 technologies changing farm machinery

Ag engineers from around the world met this week to present their latest projects that improve farming efficiencies. Here's a look at 10 of those topics.

This week 1,400 of the world’s foremost agricultural and biosystems engineers are meeting to discuss the latest advancements in farm machinery at the 2013 American Society of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineers (ASABE) International Meeting, this year held in Kansas City, MO. Engineers from as far away as China get 15 minutes to present their latest research projects on everything from berry-picking equipment to swine housing. Their work is changing the mechanics of how farmers pro

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