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Minn. area has farmed for almost 30 yearsHe said the way farmers used to determine what areas had higher yields was to harvest the area take the crop to the elevator and then weigh it In most cases they’d just average the fieldA new development from just the past few years allows software to automatically switch to different seed varieties if parts of the field have a slightly different soil type in which a different seed would perform better"That’s pretty new funky stuff" Bateman saidShane Sand a farmer from the Emerado area said the planters are faster tooA machine that used to seed at a speed of 6 mph can go twice that fast nowHe said the technology evolves so quickly today it becomes cost-prohibitive to try to have the latest and greatest in everythingHe likened it to upgrading your smartphone every time a new feature comes out"You just can’t keep up" Sand saidBig agricultureAgriculture remains North Dakota’s top industry More than 39 million acres of land are used for farms and ranches in North Dakota and nearly a quarter of the state’s workforce is employed in some sort of ag-related industry In total the state produces more than 50 different commodities In total acres planted wheat is the state’s biggest crop followed by soybeansCanola burst onto the state agricultural scene only about 20 years agoBy 2015 according to the USDA 867 percent of the nation’s canola was produced in North DakotaThe USDA calculated that half of the state’s sugar beet crop came from the northeast corner of the state which includes the northern Red River ValleyNorth Dakota is also a top producer of flax seed with 923 percent of the nation’s production coming from the stateAnd it doesn’t end there The state also produces soybeans dry beans dry peas lentils chickpeas sunflowers honey barley corn and livestockCorn is the only crop produced in the state for which North Dakota is not a Top 10 producer in the countryWhat’s going to be planted this coming growing season is difficult to predictBateman said many farmers make many planting decisions at nearly the last minute In a data-driven industry impacted by global markets as well as hundreds of other factors it sometimes pays to wait"The longer you wait the more information you have" he saidSand said farmers probably will be planting more soybeans this year because the inputs are cheaper than other crops such a corn With low commodity prices farmers are trying to keep lenders happy by cutting costsBut he agreed farmers still are making decisions on what to plant this coming seasonStrickler said sugar beet farmers in the Red River Valley which provides conditions favorable for sugar beet farming know some time in advance how many acres of sugar beets they’ll plantThere’s usually some wheat in the mix for rotation but most everything else is decided right before planting"There’s more acreage up in the air than in the past" Strickler saidEfficiencyWhat makes all this production possible Today’s mass-production farming is all about efficiency which depends on large amounts of dataCollecting transmitting managing and interpreting data has become a huge part of agriculture todayDan Gorder president of True North Equipment said the state has seen some recent increases in farm size as the result of a few good yearsFrom about 2011 to 2014 commodity prices and land values were going up A lot of North Dakota farmers Gorder said held off retirement while things were going well in agriculture"They were producers having fun at the end of their career" Gorder saidThen when commodity prices began to dip back down they started passing off the land to younger producersOften the producers were taking on more land to increase their cash flows And now that land prices have fallen it’s a good time to buy landToday’s newer technology makes it possible to manage all that extra acreage"Technology drives efficiency" Gorder saidData is transmitted wirelessly to the dealership which then can consult with the farmer to get the most out of his or her equipmentBateman said modern tractors may hit top speed at about 26 mph but the transmission has 24 different speeds to create a very precise management of its movement forwardAnd how those settings affect speed vary from day to day with the condition of the soil So a rainy night can cause more slippageJohn Oncken vice president of True North said employees back at the dealership can see a combine’s transmission slipping while it’s running in the field They can notify the producer and prescribe a remedy without leaving their desk"We can turn it around more quickly" Oncken saidThat kind of immediate control helps manage fuel consumption and keep costs down It also can spot mechanical problems before the farmer has to shut down operations which can be costlyStrickler said today’s technology-driven dealerships can be even more important than traditional mechanics in keeping the machines runningThe dealership also can based on its monitoring of the equipment’s performance in the field consult with the producer on the size of the equipment he’s using Sometimes bigger isn’t better"The old mindset was ‘I need the biggest horse I can get’" Oncken saidOne thing hasn’t changed Despite all the advancements in precision the old-fashioned weather remains an unpredictable force that can make or break a yearEven if you do everything right one hail storm can ruin it all Oncken said"It can be a dicey game"DronesThe next big thing in agriculture most likely will be dronesRight now a lot of data on fields come from satellites orbiting the Earth which can take as long as two weeks before they fly over a farmer’s field to update the imagingDrones can take a lot more detail closer to the ground and in real timeBateman said it could be a while before the drones save more money than they cost but he has been working with various research projects that are looking to make the drones commercially viable for the industrySand said he’s already using the drones himself It’s nothing fancy like infrared imaging but he is using high-definition cameras to get a bird’s-eye view of his fieldsHe said the drones can spot things he otherwise might miss from his pickup truckThere always will be something new coming around the corner The demand that drives all this innovation is never going away"There’s a need in the world to feed the world" Gordman said respectively–to tell him the same stories about their lives over and over. because we pretty much already know that." 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