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Good coverage this month on the upcoming Mid-Year Meeting, continuing attention to ADAPT, and AgGateway’s “Digital Ag in Action” case study feature in AgPro.

Registration Open for AgGateway's Mid-Year Meeting

Precision Farming Dealer, April 12, 2019 - Registration is now open for AgGateway's Mid-Year Meeting, June 10-13 at Prairie Meadows in Altoona.

AgGateway's Mid-Year Meeting

Farm Equipment Publication, Apr 12, 2019 - Attendees will be able to learn about and participate in discussions on a variety of initiatives geared toward enabling the industry's transition to digital agriculture; the meeting also features many valuable networking opportunities.

AgGateway Digital Ag In Action: Minnesota Co-Op Streamlines ..., April 24, 2019 - This article is part of AgGateway's case study series on digital agriculture, a partnership with Farm Journal. Using ADAPT provides a smoother CFS process in terms of the time it takes to enter a ticket, and ensuring that correct fields are selected and that accurate rates are applied. “The agronomists who used the new approach this fall [2018] were really happy with how much simpler it made their process for getting tickets in,” said CFS Precision Agronomist Ashley Schmeling.

What can blockchain do for agricultural data?

Future Farming, April 10, 2019 - Groups like AgGateway and their ADAPT Toolkit are really moving the needle on interoperability from the file format standpoint. They are also starting efforts to take the next step and standardize meanings of different data elements. For example, one terminal may contain the crop “corn”, another terminal has “maize”, does that mean the yield map is for grain, silage, or round bales. Now that we are starting to bridge the gap of different data formats and “speaking the same language” we need to make sure we all mean the same thing when we use a term.