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Brian Messerschmidt, of SGS Unlimited of Fargo, N.D., demonstrates a tractor being steered through a course by an AutoFarm GPS steering system at the Big Iron farm show in West Fargo, N.D., in this 2004 file photo. A new study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture says such "precision farming" technologies have not been adopted as rapidly as expected. (Dave Wallis / The Forum, file photo)

USDA study examines adoption of precision farming technologies

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WILLMAR -- With input costs increasing, farmers are always looking for ways to be more efficient in the use of inputs.

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