Technology Makes U.S. Soybean Farmers Better, Faster…and More Sustainable

From self-driving tractors to drones, technology is helping U.S. soybean farmers more efficient.  Technology companies are investing billions of dollars into agriculture, filling Rural America’s need for more data and more innovation.

Technology doesn’t just allow U.S. soybean farmers to do their job faster and better…it also makes them more sustainable.  The U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) explores how U.S. soybean farmers are embracing technology to create “=smart” farms, and how these tech-savvy farmers are taking innovative approaches to soil and water conservation.


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Jennifer Kite-Powell
Jennifer Kite-Powell



Writer that looks at innovation and how technology and science intersect with industry, arts, agriculture, mobility and health.