Published Feb 16, 2021
Using Precision Ag to Find Opportunities for Wildlife Habitat – 2021 Virtual Annual Conference
By Practical Farmers of Iowa
Precision agriculture technology is used to make a variety of management decisions on farms, such as identifying underperforming acres. In these low-yielding areas, conservation can improve profitability and result in increased return on investment. Tune in to this session to learn more about precision agriculture and conservation opportunities to improve wildlife habitat, build soil health, increase water quality and improve sustainability.
- Josh Divan is the Iowa precision ag and conservation specialist for Pheasants Forever. Raised on a farm in Winnebago County, Iowa, Josh collaborates with producers, retailers, crop advisors, lenders and others to implement precision conservation and help farmers be profitable and successful.