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Will farming be fully autonomous by 2030?

In the next few years, we’re going to see huge changes in the world of farming. At least according to the world’s biggest farm supply company - Deere and Co, or John Deere, as you're probably more familiar.


Earlier this year, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company unveiled a self-driving tractor. In their most recent earnings announcement, the company said we would see fully autonomous farming for certain crops by 2030. Today Sascha and Darcy started wondering about a world of automated farming - self-driving tractors and drones, fields covered in sensors, robots picking fruit. They ask - what does the farm of the future look like? And how far away are we from seeing it? 


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