Drones: The Future of Agriculture?
Bucklin, KS (westernkansasnews.com) Their worlds are about to collide, drones and using them in agriculture. Cody Warden, an integrated solutions manager with Bucklin Tractor Implement made a presentation on drones at last week’s 3-I show in Dodge City.
The cheapest drones will cost about a thousand dollars, but because of the elements here the drones Warden sells have to be more durable.
To keep within regulations drones weigh about 12 pounds and can fly only 400 feet high.
Picture used with permission of 3 I show director