RealAgriculture Roundtable 2: Farm Equipment – How Big is Too Big?

In part one of our RealAgriculture Roundtable we discussed with Don Henry of Morris Industries the advantages and the complications that have come from the rise of precision agriculture. This time around we bring up a topic that comes up at almost every farm show where big equipment is involved: How big is too big? At what point do all of the huge implements we see featured at farm shows become too big to be useful or practical? We also talk specifically with Don about some of the challenges manufacturers like Morris Industries face in trying to be first to market while ensuring their product works like it’s supposed to.

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