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Lessening the Learning Curve with Cloud-Based Data Collection

Rapp Farms, operated by James and his sons Nick, and Ben, farm 3,000 acres of corn and soybeans in the Princeton, Ill., area. They are going into their fifth year of strip-tilling both crops on fairly flat and rather consistent soil types in the north-central part of the state.
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Pay-to-Play Adoption Can Pose Competitive Concerns

Farmers in the Lake Erie watershed area in northwest Ohio are extremely aware of the public’s interest in water quality and agriculture’s role in protecting it. David Myerholtz says precision farming practices help him and his father, Lowell, fine tune and document their efforts to protect the water quality in Lake Erie. Technology also helps them use crop inputs more efficiently.
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Easing the Precision Transition to Higher Accuracy

Ryan Nell's family farm has been using precision farming equipment since 1999 — when he was 13 years old. Today, he's part of an extended family cash grain and dairy operation near Beaver Dam, Wis., and they continue to fine-tune and leverage precision farming data to improve productivity on their operation.
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Red Plus Green Can Equal Frustrated Farmer

The Stoller family farms 4,700 acres near Kentland, Ind., and have almost always had a John Deere fleet of equipment. But as they transition to strip-till in both corn and soybean rotations, they added a Case IH RowTrac 470 tractor into the equipment lineup in 2015 to help them reduce soil compaction.
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