Which research university will get the chance to learn with the the first autonomous, electric tractor

Saskatchewan pulse growers announced funding for two pulse-related genomic research projects, co-funded through Genome Canada’s Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative.

The University of Missouri received the first autonomous, electric tractor available to a research university in the United States.
Assistant teaching professor, Kent Shannon spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on some of the tractor’s background, how it will be used, and the benefits for the ag sector.

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