The use of unmanned aerial systems – more commonly called drones – is no longer just a promise for agriculture. The units are now being used on farms across the world. Based in Milan, Tenn., Agri Image has jumped into the agriculture market in a big way. “We started in the law enforcement market almost five years ago,” says David Pinkerton, fresh off manning a booth at the 2014 Farm and Gin Show in Memphis. “We’ve been researching and developing the ...

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