The biggest technological advances of the 21st century are happening on farms, and they’re being driven by new technologies that are increasingly coming online.
We’re living in the era of farm automation, where farmers are moving away from traditional manual tasks and are using advanced computer algorithms to automate their crops.
As automation grows, so do the questions farmers are asking: Should I be paying for that?
And, how do I ensure my farm is running efficiently?
In this series, we take a look at how farm automation is changing agriculture in the US and around the world.
1 of 4 The first step: farming technology changes The first thing that many farmers and farmers’ groups want to know is what exactly is happening in their fields and how they can improve.
That’s because farming technologies have fundamentally changed the way the country grows.
In the 1970s, the only way to make money from farming was by buying crops and selling them on the market.
Those days are long gone.
Farmers can make more money from using technology to help them produce more food, while they still have to worry about price.
The key to producing better food is understanding what you need, when you need it, and how much you need to pay for it.
But how do you make sure that your farm can keep growing, keep producing, and keep paying its workers?
To find out, we surveyed about 200 farmers and asked them about their farms, their equipment, and the technologies they use.
Here’s what they told us: We asked farmers to describe the biggest changes in their farms since the 1970d.
Most people we spoke to said they wanted to increase their productivity.
But some said they were not happy with the price they were paying for their crop and needed to adjust their equipment accordingly.
They also said that they had changed their minds about whether or not to buy a crop at all, because the technology changes were so fast.
They didn’t want to risk losing their money if they bought their crop at the peak of the harvest, so they went with technology that lets them buy the crops now.
“I want to make sure I have enough for my family.
And I need a lot of money for that,” said a New York farmer who lives in the Bronx.
“And I have a lot to spend on equipment.”
Some farmers told us that their equipment had to be custom made to meet their needs, such as the type of seeds they use to grow their crops, the time they spend growing them, and which tools they use in order to harvest them.
Others told us they had invested in new equipment because they thought it would improve their yields and reduce the amount of work they had to do.
But even the most experienced farmers in this group said that the most important factor in the future was automation.
“Automation is going to take care of everything,” said one farmer.
“It’s going to do everything from taking care of the soil, to keeping everything in a good shape, to taking care how the water comes through.”
A farmer from a small Texas farm told us about how he wanted to automate the process of turning water from a stream into a well.
“So what I did is I just bought some fancy equipment, put some pumps in there, and then I bought another pump to pump it back into the well,” he said.
“All of the sudden, all of that water is gone.
So now I just have to do that one more time, and it’s all done.”
Some farming groups have tried to automate certain tasks, such the process by which they transfer seeds from a farmer’s well to a growing crop.
Others have had trouble with some of the more basic tasks, like making sure their equipment is working properly.
But they said they’ve had a lot more success in automating the most basic tasks.
“We can do everything now,” said the California farmer.
That includes the transfer of seeds to crops, which are grown in fields.
“But now, I have to make them myself, and I can’t do that anymore,” he added.
“You’re not going to be able to get seeds for your crops.”
What you need for your farm to be more productive The most important things you need in a farming operation aren’t necessarily the tools you have, but the people you have on your farm.
Farmers told us the biggest change in their farming operations was automation: the ability to automate all of the tasks that would have required manual labor.
“In the 1970, the farmer had to go through all of this effort to get a lot, so he had to use a lot,” said Mike Sperling, a certified farmer and author of the book “Agriculture and the Modern Farmer.”
“Now, you don’t have that problem.
Now, you can just do the work.”
And some farms are using automation to make more profit.
“The biggest change that happened in agriculture, and in the food system, is that we are using robots to do more and more of the