In agriculture, more and more students are focusing their studies on the field of precision agriculture. And colleges are taking notice. South Dakota State University, for example, was the first in the U.S. to offer a four-year precision ag degree in 2016, and more schools will likely follow that lead.
So which schools are the best of the best when it comes to precision agriculture? The editors at PrecisionAg Professional recently attempted to answer this question in an article listing the 25 best colleges for precision agriculture. The rankings were based on feedback from industry experts, internet research and surveys with heads of these programs. Only four-year schools were included.
In MFA territory, the University of Missouri, Kansas State University, Iowa State University and Oklahoma State University made the cut.
To see the complete list, visit: bit.ly/25BestPrecisionAgColleges.