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Getting Started

click here to read how »  PocketPAM2 - get started in 6 easy steps 

User Manual

DOWNLOAD THE ALL NEW 110 PAGE POCKET PAM 2.2 MANUAL

Right Click on the link above, choose 'Save Targtet As ...' to download the manual

 

PocketPAM2 Demo

We have a demo PAM server set up for a "try before you buy" experience. If you would like a trial run with PocketPAM2, Click here to apply

 

See also - A day in the life of a modern farmer - PAM & PocketPAM2 in action

 

 PocketPAM2 - 11 "apps" in 1 - click here to view the PocketPAM2 - modules & features

 

 

How does PocketPAM exchange data with PAM? There are 3 options: 

Using your WiFi Network system

Using a Static IP Address

Using the Fairport Data Exchange

 

  

The PocketPAM2 Modules

 

PocketPAM2 Crop Diary

 Crop Diary

Covering manual tasks, machinery events, planting records, harvesting records, irrigation records, fertilizer applications, and a comprehensive spray diary records data entry system. Optionally track your inventory batch numbers, spray weather details. Use PAM tank mixes or create your own in PocketPAM2. Pull in Planned Events from PAM (or create plans in PocketPAM2) and convert them to Actual Events. 

Crop DiaryJob Review

PocketPAM2 - Weather

Weather

Do your data entry when you check the gauge.
Synchronises with PAM's rainfall system and includes the optional comprehensive weather system. Temperature, Humidity, Evaporation etc. 
View rainfall and weather graphs!

PocketPAM2 - General Purpose Diary

GP Diary

Do away with the old notebook...
Synchronises with PAM's General Purpose Diary. Used for taking general (not paddock specific) notes linked to a date. Reminders can be added and associated with dates as can numeric data types and values. Reminders and Numeric Data types can be added on-the-go. Generate graphs of any numeric data!

 

PocketPAM2 - FieldRex

Field Rex

Designed to be used by consultants to record in-the-field recommendations. The recommendations will appear as recommendations in the PAM program after syncing. Additional features include a facility to SMS or Email recommendations to clients and contractors.

FieldRex - the App - We also have an App called FieldRex specifically designed for farm consultants. The FieldRex App is a cut-down version of PocketPAM2. If you are a consultant, you can use this program free of charge to do crop scouting & recommendations for your clients. Please refer to this page for more information.  

 

PocketPAM2 - gpsScout

gpsScout

used for crop scouting. Crop Observations, Pest & Disease scouting and weed scouting records can be entered. A GPS reading can be taken along with the crop monitoring record. In conjunction with PAM Mapping, a layer of observation sites will be made for each scouting mission, if the GPS option is enabled. gpsScout can also be used to collect waypoints in the field. The layers of scouting points and waypoints can be uploaded to PAM Mapping.

 

PocketPAM2 - Inventory

Inventory

Record Purchases of inventory (Add new consumables and pack sizes on the fly)
Record stock write-offs and write-ons. Record inventory storage location transfers

 

PocketPAM2 - Stocktaker

Stock Taker

The Stock Taker module is designed to be taken to your inventory storage locations to perform a physical stock take of consumables. PAM sends the current stock-on-hand data to PocetPAM2. You then record the actual (observed) stock onhand and PocketPAM2 sends the adjustment records back to PAM.

 

PocketPAM2 - Stocktaker

Time Keeper

Used for recording events, who did them, where, what they did and how long it took. On synchronizing the data back to PAM, employee hourly costs are added to the records.

 

PocketPAM2 - Livestock

Livestock

We have set out to give you as much functionality in the Livestock Diary of PocketPAM2 as you have in PAM’s Livestock Diary. With a few exceptions, this has been achieved. Use this module for recording livestock events: movements, veterinary treatments, supplementary feeding, shearing, branding, breeding, purchases, sales, births, deaths etc.

 

PocketPAM2 - Pasture Scout

Pasture Scout

Pasture Scout is used to record the Feed on Offer or Pasture Cover and Pasture Growth Rates of your pasture paddocks. Pasture composition can also be recorded. Display graphs of Pasture Growth Rates, "Feed Wedges" & Total Pasture Cover

 

PocketPAM2 - Harvest Inventory

Harvest Inventory

Inventory of Harvested Produce. Used to keep track of your stored produce, maintaining a running balance of materials in your harvest storage locations. It enables you to sell, transfer or use the produce. If you are using the Harvest Contracts system in PAM, this module also enables you to record your deliveries that go to fulfill those contracts.

 

Mapping

Upload your paddock boundaries from PAM

Draw and Measure areas & lines .. either by hand, or auto-draw with "live" mapping on-the-go.

View your Crop Areas map

View your Stocked Paddocks map

Enter data directly from your map

Layers: The Layer manager enables you to choose a layer from the PAM Mapping system, Drawn Layers, gpsScout Layers, Waypoint Layers, Cropped Areas, Stocked Paddocks... 

Typically you would either have your Paddock Layer loaded on your screen or a Yield Map, EM Map, etc. as your background layer and then overlaying that, a layer of either waypoints or perhaps a gpsScout layer of crop scouting locations. 

 

Cropped Areas MapMapping FeaturesStocked Paddocks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation - 6 easy steps 

 

 

All devices

 

Before the 6 easy steps ... What you need before you start

 

1. PAM 8 (Fairport Club Membership required) or PAM Enterprise installed

2. The PocketPAM2 "Listener" installed on your PAM computer (available from the Downloads page on this web site - Fairport Club Membership required)
[Please Note: Be sure to install the dotNetFX40_Full_Setup as well which you will find right next to the Listener download link]

3. PocketPAM2 installed onto your device via the various methods (App Store, Google Play, Fairport web site)

4. Determine your data sync method [for more info, see the PocketPAM2 synchronization options listed below & or the PocketPAM2 manual]

a. WiFi Network system

b. Via the Internet to a “Static IP Address”

c. Via the Internet using the “Fairport Data Exchange”

.. but, don't expect the PocketPAM2 device to synchronize with the listener yet! ... Please now start the 6 steps below

 

Have you completed the steps above? ... Then: 6 Easy Steps

 

1. PAM/PocketPAM2 Utilities: Go to the PAM Utilities menu / Pocket PAM Utilities

a. set up your PocketPAM2 users

b. then, unlocked by Fairport (please note, this step costs money!)

2. PocketPAM2 Settings: On your device, on the Settings screen in PocketPAM2

a. Enter the IP Address of the PAM computer (need help? check here or in the user manual)

b. Enter a Domain Name (if in doubt, enter “NA”)

c. Enter the user name – exactly the same as in the PAM Utilities

d. Enter a password (this is important if you’re using PAM Enterprise, otherwise, enter any password)

e. Enter your Fairport Club Membership number

3. Test Connection: Tap the Test Connection button to make sure you’re all OK

4. Refresh from PAM: Tap the Refresh from PAM button - it inserts your Trading Name into the “Business” option on the settings screen.

5. Modules: If you haven’t already done so, go to the Modules selection screen and choose your PocketPAM2 modules.

6. Download Data: On the home screens of the modules are buttons “FromPAM” and “ToPAM” – use the “FromPAM” button to get your data !

 

 

 PocketPAM2 - Data synchronization methods

 

Syncing your PAM and PocketPAM2 data using your local home or farm office WiFi Network system

If you have your mobile device connecting to your home or office network using "WiFi", then you have all that is needed to synchronise your PAM data.

For example, let's say your WiFi network is called "Kambah Farm" .. so the steps here would be:

  1. Ensure that the device (iPad, iPhone, Android .. etc) has a connection to the "Kambah Farm" WiFi network
  2. Depending on the capabilities of your WiFi Modem Router, some will work by using your Computer Name of your PAM computer as the "IP Address" while others will not. If yours doesn't, then you will need to use the actual IP Address of your PAM Computer.
  3. Enter the appropriate connection settings into the mobile device's sync settings screen (See the PocketPAM2 Manual for instructions)
  4. Tap "Test Connection" ... If all is in order you will see a "Success" message. If not, ensure you have all your connection settings entered correctly on the mobile device

If you are operating PocketPAM2 with a PAM Enterprise or PAM Mid-Tier Enterprise system, you can use a WiFi connection at a remote site to transfer the data. Under these circumstances, you would need to obtain the appropriate IP Address from your PAM Administrator. See Also: Synchronising Data using a 3G or 4G Internet connection

To send data to PAM from PocketPAM2, either tap the "toPAM" button from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) or tap the "Send All Data toPAM" button on the Sync Settings screen to send data from all PocketPAM2 modules. 

Fetching data from PAM to PocketPAM2 from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) tap the "fromPAM" button, or tap on the "fromPAM" button on the PocketPAM2 main screen to fetch data for all selected modules.

By the way, PAM does not need to be running to sync data. 

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How to find the IP Address of your PAM Computer  

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How to find the Name of your PAM Computer  

All Windows Versions prior to Windows 8 : Click on the Start button, On the popup menu find the option "Computer" .. Right Click on it to display the "basic information about your computer" ... Find the Computer Name on this screen... use that as the "IP Address" in PocketPAM2

For Windows 8 see below the screen shots...

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computername 

 

In Windows 8 

 

There are several ways to get to the information screen ...

Hover the mouse in the top right or bottom right corner of the “Start” screen, this will display the list or menu  that Microsoft call the “Charms” menu, then:  

 

    1. choose Search, type “System” … select System from the top of the list of the search results. The System screen will look the one above (you’ll find the Computer Name on there) ... or…
    2. choose “Settings” from the Charms menu… then choose “PC Info” 

 

Or .. from the Windows Desktop screen… right click on the bottom left corner of that screen to pop up a menu with around 18-20 options on it. One of those is “System” ... that’s the one you need.

 

 

 

Syncing your PAM and PocketPAM2 data using an Internet connection and a "Static IP Address"

An internet connection means, you are connecting your device to the internet using either 3G, 4G or a WiFi network.

In order to synchronies your PAM and PocketPAM2 data via the internet, you must have a "Static IP Address" ... this is an "Internet Address" - unique in the world, that looks something similar to this: 123.456.789.101

Static IP Addresses are typically obtained and incur an annual fee, from your internet service provider. Some IT know-how is needed to set up the internet modem router system to work in conjunction with the PocketPAM2 Listener. Fairport can assist you with this process but please be aware that this service is not covered by your Fairport Club Membership and a fee will be charged.

Each router has it's own special settings screen for "port forwarding".
If you want to try to do this yourself, refer to this web site www.portforward.com
On that site, look for "Find Port Forwarding Guides For Your Router Here". The port you need to forward is 50555. (Use 50555 for each of the port options when doing these settings)

  1. Ensure that the device (iPad, iPhone, Android .. etc) has a connection to the internet.
  2. Select the "PocketPAM2 Listener" as your sync. method (on the PocketPAM2 Sync Settings screen)
  3. Enter the "Static IP Address" (which is a number with a format similar to this: 123.456.789.101) into the PocketPAM2 Sync Settings screen 
  4. Enter the additional connection settings (Domain Name, User Name, Password, FCM No) into the mobile device's sync settings screen (See the PocketPAM2 Manual for instructions)
  5. Tap "Test Connection" ... If all is in order you will see a "Success" message. If not, ensure you have all your connection settings entered correctly on the mobile device

If you are operating PocketPAM2 with a PAM Enterprise or PAM Mid-Tier Enterprise system, you can use a WiFi connection at a remote site to transfer the data. Under these circumstances, you would need to obtain the appropriate IP Address (which will be a Static IP Address) from your PAM Administrator. See Also: Synchronizing Data using a 3G or 4G Internet connection.

Fetching data from PAM to PocketPAM2 from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) tap the "fromPAM" button, or tap on the "fromPAM" button on the PocketPAM2 main screen to fetch data for all selected modules.

 

PocketPAM2 - synching via a Static IP Address

Sending data to PAM from PocketPAM2: either tap the "toPAM" button from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) or tap the "Send All Data to PAM" button on the Sync Settings screen to send data to PAM from all PocketPAM2 modules.

 

Syncing your PAM and PocketPAM2 data using the Fairport Data Exchange (FDE)

The Fairport Data Exchange has been set up to cater for needs of those of you who

  1. Can connect to the Internet from your mobile devices; but
  2. Don't have a "Static IP" address; and
  3. Don't have a WiFi modem/Router in your home/farm office

You will need to apply to use the FDE. This will add a small additional charge onto your annual Fairport Club membership.

The set up steps are as follows:

  1. Ensure that the device (iPad, iPhone, Android .. etc) has a connection to the internet.
  2. Select the "Fairport Data Exchange" as your sync. method (on the PocketPAM2 Sync Settings screen)
  3. Enter the additional connection settings (User Name, Password, FCM No) into the mobile device's sync settings screen (See the PocketPAM2 Manual for instructions)
  4. Tap "Test Connection" ... If all is in order you will see a "Success" message. If not, ensure you have all your connection settings entered correctly on the mobile device

To get started you would need to send data from PAM to the FDE. Once the data has been sent from PAM, your mobile devices can fetch the data from the FDE.

When you are ready to send data back to PAM, you simple tap either the "ToPAM" or "Send all data to PAM" button in PocketPAM2 and your newly added records are sent to the FDE. 
Within PAM, you can configure PAM to automatically receive new PocketPAM2 data and send fresh PAM data to the FDE at regular intervals (e.g. Once per day, every 2 hours .. whatever)
PAM will always do a "round trip" to the FDE. That is, it will always first check if there is new PocketPAM2 data waiting for it from a mobile device and retrieve that. Then, after that data has been saved to the PAM database, it prepares and sends fresh data to the FDE ready for the PocketPAM2 devices. 
This means that there will always be a fresh set of data on the FDE ready for any of your mobile devices to fetch.

 

Fetching data from PAM to PocketPAM2 from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) tap the "fromPAM" button, or tap on the "fromPAM" button on the PocketPAM2 main screen to fetch data for all selected modules.

Using the Fairport Data Exchange

Sending data to PAM from PocketPAM2: either tap the "toPAM" button from the home screen of the module (e.g. Crop Diary) or tap the "Send All Data to PAM" button on the Sync Settings screen to send data to PAM from all PocketPAM2 modules.

FDE

 

 

Running PocketPAM2 on a Windows tablet or laptop 

PocketPAM2 runs on Windows Tablets, Windows Laptops or for that matter any Windows platform.

Step 1: Download PocketPAM2 for Windows here

Step 2: Install PocketPAM2 on your computer

Step 3: Click on the PocketPAM2 desktop icon 

 

Running PocketPAM2 on a Mac 

PocketPAM2 runs on Apple Mac laptops & desktops

Step 1: Your Mac will have Safari onboard already ... however, if you ever need to upgrade, download the Safari Web Browser here

Step 2: Download PocketPAM2 Package of files for Mac from here

Step 4: Install PocketPAM2 on your computer by creating a suitable folder in Finder (for example... a folder under your User folder called /Fairport/PocketPAM2)

Open that folder in Finder, either double click on index.html, or drag the index.html file onto the Safari Icon
This will 'fire up' Safari and start PocketPAM2.

We recommend that you either Bookmark PocketPAM2 or set it as your Home Page for make it easier to access it going forward.

 

PocketPAM running on a Mac

 

 

PocketPAM2 - Trouble Shooting

 

Test Connection Fails

Connection has been working but now fails

How to make a handy Batch File for restarting the Listener

 

Test Connection Fails

  1. Ensure you have
    1. The Computer Name correctly entered
    2. something entered in the other fields: username, password, FCM and
    3. your username matches the username you entered into PAM / Utilities / PocketPAM2 Utilities 

  2. Check to see if the Listener is running. It is highly unlikely that the listener is not running .. but in case, here's how: 
    1. Click on the Start Button (Bottom right corner of the Windows screen)
    2. On the Start Menu, right click on the "Computer" or "My Computer" button, choose "Manage"
    3. On the Manage Computer screen, click on the "Service and Applications" (found at the bottom of the listing down the left hand side of the window)
    4. Now click on the Services option... this will display a long list of services on the right hand side of the screen. The list is sorted alphabetically ... locate "PocketPAM Listener" ... Check that is is running. You should see the words "Started" and "Automatic" alongside PocketPAM Listener.
    5. If the PocketPAM Listener is not running, try starting it. This can be done by right clicking on the PocketPAM Listener listing, then choose "Start"


  3. If the sync settings are OK and the "Listener" is running, and you still have problems testing connection, check that the Windows Firewall is not blocking access: (the Port to enable is 50555). the instructions for opening ports in the firewall can be found here
    Windows 7 | Windows Vista | Windows XP. If you use another Firewall software (Nortons, Trend, McAffee, etc.) you will need to open the port in them. Contact the supplier if you do not know how to do it yourself.

  4. If you have got this far and the Test Connection is still failing, try changing the "Sync Method" to something other than "PocketPAM Listener". tap on the Test Connection button, then switch back to "PocketPAM Listener" again and try connecting again. This has fixed a few people's issues in the past.

  5. If you have got this far and the Test Connection is still failing, try disabling your anti-virus software.

  6. If you are running PAM on a Mac in Windows running under "Parallels" - check that you have configured the Network settings in Parallels appropriately. (In my case I have chosen on the Parallels Desktop menu ... Devices > Network1 > Bridged Network > WiFi) 

  7. If you have your firewall sorted out and you are still not able to connect and you get an error message like this: "SQL Network Interfaces, error: 28 - Server doesn't support requested protocol" - then one of the settings that the installer had tried to set failed. You will need to call Fairport for this one.

 

Connection has been working but now fails

If your device can still browse the internet (via WiFi if you're using WiFi, or 3/4G if via the internet) then there are 3 possible reasons that we are aware of that will cause a loss of connection
... 1) the Computer Name has changed on the PAM computer (highly unlikely unless you have a new computer)
... 2) the Listener has stopped or gone to sleep
... 3) your Modem/Router needs to be restarted

1) 
If you are connecting to the PocketPAM Listener via a WiFi connection, the first thing to check is that your PAM computer's name has not changed. See here to find your computer name

 

2)

Restart the PocketPAM Listener ... (if your PC is set to sleep or hibernate, the PocketPAM Listner may not have woken up) here's how:

  1. Click on the Start Button (Bottom right corner of the Windows screen)
  2. On the Start Menu, right click on the "Computer" or "My Computer" button, choose "Manage"
  3. On the Manage Computer screen, click on the "Service and Applications" (found at the bottom of the listing down the left hand side of the window)
  4. Now click on the Services option... this will display a long list of services on the right hand side of the screen. The list is sorted alphabetically ... locate "PocketPAM Listener" ... Check that is is running. You should see the words "Started" and "Automatic" alongside PocketPAM Listener.
  5. If it has stopped, or even if it says it is running, click on the Restart option... which you should see top left of screen or... right click on PocketPAM Listener and use the options on the pop-up menu.

3)
Restart your Modem/Router
 - this is usually just a case of pulling out the power plug for 10 seconds, putting it back and waiting until it comes back to life

 

Making a Batch File for restarting the PP2 Listener

Follow these steps

1) On your Desktop, RIGHT CLICK and from the pop-up menu, choose "New" | "Text Document"

2) Now Double Click on the New Document icon

3) Type the following (or copy and paste it if you know how) into the new text document ...

sc stop "PocketPAM Listener Service"
pause
sc start "PocketPAM Listener Service"
pause

4) Now choose "File" | "Save As.." ... save this file as RestartPP2Listener.bat

then click "Save" 
save as

5) Finally Exit ... you can click the [X] in the top right corner or choose "File" | "Exit"

If that all went to plan, you will have a new icon on your desktop. Click on it to perform a Listener restart.

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It will first stop the Listener (if it's running), then pause. Then to restart the Listener press Enter.

 

 

 

 

trouble shooting help

 

A day in the life of a Modern Farmer 

PocketPAM2 at work – Early May 2013

“Our mixed farming enterprise is comprised of 6 farms run by a staff of 6. We run 11,000 sheep and  crop 4,000 Ha. Right now we are in the middle of seeding. We have 1 air-seeder (working 24 hours a day), 2 spray rigs and 1 supply truck. 

We operate 7 infield devices running PocketPAM2  (PP2) – 1 Windows tablet, 3 Apple devices and 3 Androids.

My day started 4.50 am this morning filling spray rig 1 from a plan created on PP2 on my Android device yesterday. This plan was built up using a chemical tank mix created some days earlier on my phone. I use a special paddock which we call the “QA Paddock” to create plans. These plans are then sent to the PAM computer (via 3G) for system wide use (that is, to be picked up by all other staff on their devices). 

Just prior to starting the job in the paddock I converted plan to an actual (The plan has remained exactly as it was for future use) and in the process, entered start time and weather conditions (obtained by accessing our DAFWA on farm weather station which is updating a web site every minute, accessed as a short cut next to my Pocket Pam icon on phones home page.) 

During the job I leave PP2 in “Actuals” edit mode on the paddock area selection, and edit worked areas for each paddocks as each one is completed.  At the end of job I reaffirm the chemical batch numbers that have come through from the original plan and let inventory recalculate chemical use from areas covered. Finally I enter in job finish time.

My next job is to journey into town to pick up more chemical as we are awaiting new stock for both spray rigs. I add the new chemicals to inventory complete with batch numbers and other information. I then send the inventory data “To Pam” as it will be required by the spray rig 2 operator. This leaves the spray plans and data on my phone for further editing . 

When the spray rig 2 operator comes in to the chemical shed, he sends his data to PAM via 3g and then retrieves PAM data inventory data (that I sent in earlier).

Meanwhile the shift is changing on the seeder and paddock seeding plans which have been sent from PAM  are being converted and edited to actual seeding operation and areas updated in PP2. One paddock has a new seeding operation added to it as the planned variety has run out part way through. The second section of the paddock with the different variety is directly recorded as an “Actual” along with its own group of consumables and costings automatically generated for this area. This recording is done on a tractor mounted iPad which is used to also run software that monitor air-seeder blockages. The PP2 data is sent back to the office by the seeding manager after he has a quick review of the night shift entries. The iPad sync’s to PAM back in the office via 3g by the operator using his iPhone as a wireless “Hot Spot”.

I returned to my spray rig and as I had some new chemical I open the same plan in PP2 as before to change the batch number assigned in the plan the new batch number for the new chemical saved the updated plan now for future use. I now reopen the adjusted plan and change paddock and consumable’s detail etc.  Convert the plan to an actual and repeat those same steps as I used for the first tank... 

While spraying, the supply truck operator has rung in checking on which variety to load and I look through my inventory on PP2 to find the location and batch number of the seed ready for the seeder.  I pass this information on.

Meanwhile, the stockman has moved some sheep out of the paddock that I am about to spray. He recorded the mob move on PP2 on his phone and sent in immediately to PAM in the office so others have the access to the latest locations of the sheep. He stops me up to ask which silo to move the hydraulic auger into as he has just emptied out a silo on another farm and needs to know the location of the next feed for the livestock.  The information is passed on from the PP2 inventory.

I do a stock take in PP2 to write off the batch numbers for the chemical batch I’d finished earlier and the feed silo finished by my stockman.  I notice that the supply truck driver has also done a stock take to remove the batch numbers from the crop seed system’s pick list. I also noticed that he entered a manual task in PP2 to record that he had cleaned out the truck, auger and silo 

I continue spraying and add in a new weather record against the job as the wind direction has change direction. As the day progresses along I field a call (one of 40 to 50 for the day on my Bluetooth earpiece) from a livestock agent wondering whether the sheep we’d offered for sale were ready . I check my Livestock report in PP2 on my phone and find they still have a few days left of their ESI withholding period from a treatment done some  months ago and determine they need to wait until the next week.

I pull up alongside a fence and check on the pasture and create a recommendation in the FieldRex module in PP2 for the spray rig no 2 to complete tomorrow. The list of paddocks and consumables plus rates are sent by SMS and email as a notification to the staff. They will receive this job prefilled on their smart phones when they sync from Pam to their PP2 devices .

9:40 pm and the Spray rig pulls in the yard. While it’s fuelling I complete last paddocks areas and finish time records. Then sync all PP2 modules into the PAM office computer and do a “fromPam” afterwards to receive data from all other devices synced in during the day. 

Time for bed knowing the office is right up to date and seeder is still out there creating more records.

In Dads day he started with a team of horses, a lantern at night and bags of seed manually lifted. His generation has morphed into this world via open cab tractors and no hydraulics, right up to auto steer tractors and remote in field offices. He just asks –What’s the next few years going to bring. “

 

 

 

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