Tools, technology and a changing workforce are driving changes in the agriculture landscape — changes that can have a positive effect on the agriculture industry across the world, according to John Shutske, University of Wisconsin-Extension biological systems specialist based in Madison, Wis.
“The rapid increase in technology changes that has expanded our computing capability has also caused decreases in the costs to do business,” Shutske said. “Through exponen
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