Intelligent Farming With John Deere, TruNews CES 2019 – Day 4 Part 2

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Intelligent Farming With John Deere, TruNews CES 2019 – Day 4 Part 2
Are we entering a new age of robot agriculture? Doc Burkhart of TRUNEWS presents the latest advances in technology in the world of farming, and how artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles are transforming the fields of the world to be more productive than ever. Doc Burkhart. Airdate 1/1019

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6 Responses

  1. Marcella Martin says:

    Family farmers can not afford this stuff! This will put them out of business.

  2. Aussie2u says:

    Realize when farming has become so mechanized, with tools like these, the use for low wage "migrants" becomes nil. If corporations still needed thousands of "farm hands", we would never have seen talk about a border wall enter the public discourse.

  3. Fleebob says:

    Audio/Video not synced…

  4. Roger Link says:

    You actually seem excited about 5G – why ?

  5. B Richard says:

    I wonder who could afford that ..?

  6. mont lee says:

    John Deere keeps prices down, MX plants pay workers $ 80 per 40hr week

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