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When Perry Casson wanted to begin variable rate trials on his 2,400 acre Saskatchewan farm, he knew he would need a yield monitor to outfit his combines and validate the results. The problem was that new machinery carried a significant price tag and technology that was fast becoming outdated. A yield monitor that was affordable, leveraged the resources he already had and could be added to his various model combines was missing from the precision ag market.

Perry catches up with Angela Kokott from 770 CHQR Global News Calgary to discuss some of the ideas and motivations that led to FarmTRX and why the system is being adopted on farms across the globe.

Listen to the full interview here: