Posted 11/22/2022 12:45 (#9944725 - in reply to #9944150) Subject: RE: Getting started with precision ag
A good dealer makes all the difference. From what I see precision ag tech should be doing one or all of these:
1) Reduce inputs
2) Reduce stress/wear on the operator or equipment
3) Agronomic improvements - yield gains can be hard to prove, can be unique to your situation
Personally I think Ag Leader has a pretty strong product line and is more of a one stop shop especially for older equipment. They've got stuff for steering, planters, yield monitors, sprayers, and for all sorts of different brands if you have a mixed fleet. But ultimately like I said a good dealer makes all the difference, get to know some of those guys nearby whatever brands they sell. Just something to think about!