Poll: What will drone usage look like on the farm?


Like many technological advances, drones have become more user-friendly, less expensive, and more useful over time.

Drones – or UAVs – have several uses in agriculture, from scouting and checking cattle, to mapping, and more recently, seeding crops and even spraying.

But drones are still a cost, require learning, and have limits in what they can and can’t do. Some of those limits are regulatory, like with spraying, but others are really only limited by software or our imagination.

So, we want to know — what role do you see for drones on the farm?

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