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In this Sept. 18, 2014 photo, with the drone's camera aimed at himself, Dwight, Ill., farmer Matt Boucher demonstrates the maneuverabiliy of the craft at his farm. The family farm is going high-tech.From robotic milking machines to data-gathering drones, industry watchers say technology is making agriculture more precise and efficient as farmers push for increased profits and yields. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-The Daily Journal, Scott Anderson

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In this Sept. 18, 2014 photo, with the drone's camera aimed at himself, Dwight, Ill., farmer Matt Boucher demonstrates the maneuverabiliy of the craft at his farm. The family farm is going high-tech.From robotic milking machines to data-gathering drones, industry watchers say technology is making agriculture more precise and efficient as farmers push for increased profits and yields. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-The Daily Journal, Scott Anderson

Agriculture industry betting the farm on innovation to boost yields and profits

CALGARY - The family farm is going high-tech.

From robotic milking machines to data-gathering drones, industry watchers say technology is making agriculture more precise and efficient as farmers push for increased profits and yields.

"There's a whole confluence of technologies that are adding a lot of value on the farm quickly," said ...

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