Talking to Farmers: Drones, Tracks and Heavy Duty Decisions

Well, it seems the RealAgriculture crew always arrives to Canada’s Farm Progress Show armed and ready to talk to farmers. This usually means a sly call for a massive “tweetup” and subsequent trapping of unsuspecting victims, but it seems people caught wind of our plan this year, and for every interview shown above, there are likely five or six who have politely declined the opportunity. Perhaps next year will need a change of tactics?

Regardless, our burning questions in this episode of  Talking to Farmers centred around the ever-discussed role of unmanned aerial vehicles in agriculture, the decision of whether to buy tracks or tires and lastly, whether interviewees were more inclined to use synthetic or conventional oil in their machinery. Have a listen!

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