AgWired CommunityPrecision.AgWired, a site specifically designed to bring you the latest information and resources on agricultural innovations to make farming more productive and profitable. That includes precision technology, seed, fertilizer, and more.

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The site is updated daily to provide timely precision farming information, links to other resources and coverage from industry trade shows such as the National Farm Machinery Show, Commodity Classic, Info Ag Conference, and Farm Progress Show. In addition, you’ll find interviews with technology experts and leading growers who have incorporated precision technology into their operations.

Precision.AgWired is published by ZimmComm New Media, LLC, owned by Chuck and Cindy Zimmerman. ZimmComm specializes in multi-media content creation for the agricultural industry and maintains several online publications, including, and Animal.AgWired. The company also operates a customized news release production and distribution business called AgNewsWire which features their patented Talking News Releases, as well as links to audio and photos from all ZimmComm publications. AgNewsWire distributes news releases to over 2100 agricultural journalists.

AgWired Contacts
President/Co-Founder – Chuck Zimmerman@agriblogger
VP/Co-Founder – Cindy Zimmerman@farmpodcaster
VP of Content – Jamie Johansen@JamieDJohansen
Creative Director – Joanna Wilkinson@OneoftheJoannas

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Cantonment, FL 32533
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    The Moberly Monitor reports that precision technology is a favorite for an award-winning Moberly Area Community College graduate. Kellar Nelson farm-raised Missourian is heading off to study in Prague, Czech Republic. But, the Moberly Monitor caught up with her before she left, and she raved about precision farming.

    Precision agriculture is Nelson’s new-found love. Precision agriculture uses scientific data to determine the best methods of planting, pesticide and fertilizer use and harvesting for a specific field.

    The goal is the same one farmers have had for centuries, higher yields and lower input costs. Precision agriculture uses technology like GPS to accurately seed and fertilize fields. It tests plots of ground to determine the content of soil. This tells farmers what to plant, what insects to fight and what fertilizers to use.

    Farming is a lot more than sticking seeds in the ground and praying for rain and sunshine these days. ‘There’s a lot of new technology in farming making farmers more money with better crop yields,’ explained Nelson.

    Although she hasn’t convinced her dad to purchase any of this new equipment yet, he is making a few suggestions on possible research projects she can do.

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