Taken at Shades State Park, early November.
Port information starts at 0:55
Why is this categorized as “Agriculture? More than 1/3 of the shipborne freight at Indiana Ports is corn. Other agriculture products at Indiana Ports include ethanol, soybean meal, and fertilizer.
Read the article and view the full slideshow at Internet of Things.
The agriculture industry has integrated Level 4 for field use (known use area). Self-driving tractors and combines automatically steer, adjust speed, and perform a number of other automatic functions so that the operator can focus on other things (like planting or combining depth, application rate, and monitors).
Thanks to Robert McWhirter for this post over at the ABA Journal. Click the link to the article to read more information about the US Constitution.
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Indiana Grown is a membership initiative to recognize all the great things “grown in Indiana.”
Requirements for membership are to offer products that fall into one of these categories:
Find more information at the website: Indiana Grown
I like quick statistics – here’s what Indiana AgriNews collected about Indiana agriculture:
Top 5 National Rankings
Top 5 Commodities
By Value of Sale
| #1 – Duck, Wooden Office Furniture|
and Kitchen Cabinets and Processed Tomatoes
|Corn – $4 B|
|#2 – Popcorn, Ice Cream, Spearmint||Soybeans – $2.9 B|
|#3 – Chickens||Pork – $1.2 B|
|#4 – Eggs, Soybeans, Peppermint and Cantaloupes||Poultry/Eggs – $1.1 B|
|#5 – Corn, Pigs||Dairy – $660 M|
Check out more information, and learn about the Indiana Grown program at: Indiana Agri-News Take a Bite Out of Indiana.