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With the correct technology and knowledge, farmers can do the seemingly impossible."Over two years in development, Auto Cart, along with the tractor automation kit, is a plug-and-play system that automates existing grain cart tractors and is compatible with any brand or combination of brands.
The system allows a combine operator to set staging and unloading locations in a field, adjust speed, monitor location and command the grain cart to sync precisely to the speed and direction of the combine.
By investing in developing markets for biodiesel, the Soybean Checkoff helps the farmer’s bottom line,” said Bohuslavsky.
An Iowa technology company has unlocked the tremendous potential for automation in agriculture by developing the first cloud-based platform for driverless tractors.
“They believe in the quality and reliability of biodiesel and that could lead other cities to try it.”In 2017 NYC used a record amount of biodiesel blended fuel to keep the nation’s largest municipal vehicle fleet moving.
Victor Bohuslavsky, executive director of the NSB, says the growth of Bioheat and biodiesel use in New York is good for Nebraska farmers living more than a thousand miles away.“As demand for biodiesel grows, so does demand and prices for soybeans.
I was proud of how they worked with New York City Council members and others to increase the use of Bioheat,” said Heermann.
They will also have the opportunity to explore the event’s Conference Central, where they can learn all about how biodiesel is made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources such as recycled cooking oil, soybean oil and animal fats.
"These are the kind of technologies that we're going to adopt on our farm one way or the other.
It's simply a matter of when and which ones."The Auto Cart technology is now available on a first-come, first-served basis through the Smart Ag website: Hurd said that the cost of the system is comparable to retrofitting a sprayer or planter with precision technology.
A Texas driver’s license is required for local residents to attend free of charge.
Wednesday, the public is invited back to participate in a “ride-and-drive” with vehicles provided by area dealers and equipped with the latest diesel engines.