Farmers want to use drones to get a birds-eye view of their fields, to find problem patches with crops or even check in on sick cattle. Commercial use of drones is still widely banned in the U.S. But regulators recently released a draft of new rules. If they’re approved, they could lead to an explosion in the use of drones on farms. Harvest Public Media’s Luke Runyon reports.
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