Rise of anti-ag 'air force' ahead (commentary)

Rise of anti-ag 'air force' ahead (commentary)

THE Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), trying hard to play Ebenezer Scrooge even though Christmas has passed, doled out just two permits for drones, and it could potentially lead to a legalized aerial attack on America's farms and ranches.

The initial permits, at least, were benign, allowing for agriculturally positive outcomes.

Future uses might include the fast, local delivery of products sold by Amazon, search-and-res

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