Technology is improving efficiency for farmers

Global Business

The U.S. state of Iowa is right at the center of the so-called corn belt in the United States’ agricultural heartland.

Not far away, scientists in the U.S. state of Colorado are developing new methods for growing food.

CCTV America’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports from Greeley, Colorado.

Technology is improving efficiency for farmers

Technology is improving efficiency for farmers

The U.S. state of Iowa is right at the center of the so-called corn belt in the United States' agricultural heartland. Not far away, scientists in the U.S. state of Colorado are developing new methods for growing food. CCTV America's Hendrik Sybrandy reports from Greeley, Colorado. The idea of "Internet of Things" is invading every corner of American lives it seems, including the way Americans grow food. At this year's Colorado Farm Show, attendees could discover products that seem to have spread into every area of agriculture. New technology costs money of course, so farmers must be able to predict if a big investment will pay off down the line.

The idea of “Internet of Things” is invading every corner of American lives it seems, including the way Americans grow food.

At this year’s Colorado Farm Show, attendees could discover products that seem to have spread into every area of agriculture.

New technology costs money of course, so farmers must be able to predict if a big investment will pay off down the line.