As we’ve all learned, the skillset possessed by a really good precision ag technology specialist is hard to find. They are in high demand and thus expensive, and they take extensive training to develop. So why waste your truly valuable time dealing with the basics? I strongly believe these mainstream technologies should be installed, diagnosed and repaired by our service technicians.

Source: Precision Farming Dealer

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