Taking Flight: Drones need to watch up for ag aviators taking to the sky

As the growing season gets underway, the National Ag Aviation Association is asking all unmanned aircraft operators to be mindful of low-altitude ag aviators.

CEO of the NAAA, Andrew Moore spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the importance of ag aviators, encounters with unmanned aircrafts, and some of his key recommendations.

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