Driverless farm technology unveiled in Marshfield

The world’s first fully driverless farming equipment is unveiling itself in North Central Wisconsin this week.

According to its creator, it utilizes both GPS and mathematics to perform almost any operation needed on a farm.

"Any tillage operation, any seeding operations, spraying operations, fertilizer operations," inventor David Farb said. "We’re not currently doing any harvesting at this point in time, but that will follow here shortly."

This technology will be making its debut at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days this week in Marshfield. That event will run from Tuesday through Thursday. Fore more details, CLICK HERE.

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