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Unmanned planes latest farming tool

By [email protected] - 26th September 2006 - 08:39

Scientists are investigating whether unmanned planes could one day help cattle farmers carry out labour-intensive tasks such as counting stock and checking dam levels.
Queensland's Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and agricultural organisation Kondinin Group are carrying out a study which aims to explore how technologies can help cut labour expenses within the beef industry.Full story:

Author: Sydney Morning Herald

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