August 28, 2014 - Entira Announces Research Projects on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Precision Agriculture Practices

Smart devices, soil testers, climate sensors, and countless other types of decision support tools are becoming mainstays in traditional farm operations. Perhaps the most groundbreaking of all precision ag tools are unmanned aerial systems (UAS), and the intrigue of putting drone technology to work on the farm has the whole industry buzzing.
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July 10, 2014 - Delta AgTech Symposium Showcases Drone Uses on the Farm

Drones were humming above the crops outside of Agricenter International this week during the Delta AgTech Symposium, a showcase of all the ways unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can be used in farming. Nearly 250 people participated in the two-day symposium held July 7 and 8, with attendees traveling in from both coasts and every region in the United States, plus six other countries. The UAV flight demonstrations were the biggest crowd pleaser, but participants also favored hearing about regulations and legal implications of operating UAVs on a farm operation. 
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April 8, 2014 - Registration & Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available for Delta Ag Tech Symposium

Registration is now open for the Delta Ag Tech Symposium — a two-day conference set for July 7-8 at Agricenter International in Memphis — that will bring together farmers and the businesses who serve them, along with UAV manufacturers and dealers.  They will explore how this technology can be integrated into farming practices.  Visit the symposium site at www.deltaagtech.com for information on the conference and to register. 
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Mar. 7, 2014 - Delta AgTech Symposium set for July 7-8 in Memphis

Entira, with support from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), is pleased to announce a conference that will showcase the on-farm uses of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The Delta AgTech Symposium: Advancing UAVs in Agriculture will be held July 7-8, 2014, at Agricenter International in Memphis, Tenn. The event will bring together crop consultants, agronomists, farmers, and the businesses who serve them, along with UAV manufacturers and researchers, to collectively explore how this technology can be integrated into farming practices.
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Jan. 22, 2014 - Anjuli Doyle Joins Entira Consulting Team

Anjuli Doyle brings extensive experience in creating market strategy, nurturing client relationships, and developing new business opportunities for agribusiness companies.
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Oct. 8, 2013 - David Rye Joins Entira Senior Consulting Staff

Entira announces the addition of David Rye to its team of associates.  Rye brings a strong background in agricultural sales, sales management, business processes and operations, and distribution management to help Entira clients address business challenges and improve profitability.
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Oct. 1, 2013 - Studies to Examine How Farmers' Decision-Making Habits Have Evolved in Recent Years

New technologies, traits and marketing opportunities, combined with high commodity and land prices have driven significant changes in how U.S. farmers weigh their options when it comes to inputs and management practices.  Entira is conducting a series of multi-client studies designed to provide companies critical insight into their farmer-customers’ frame of mind as they make decisions for their operations.
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Jan. 21, 2013 - Entira Expands Senior Consulting Staff with Allen Sewell

Entira announces the addition of Allen Sewell as a senior associate at the agricultural marketing and management consulting firm.  Sewell brings a wealth of experience in all aspects of market research that will help Entira clients design and execute research programs that deliver valuable and actionable business information.
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Sept. 12, 2012 - New Research to Focus on Evolving Impact of Precision Agriculture

Adoption rates for precision agriculture equipment and technologies continue to soar, and farmers are using these new tools to change how they approach decisions for their operations.  Entira is conducting a new multi-client study to examine how these technologies can provide opportunities and challenges for today’s agribusinesses.  The new study “U.S. Precision Agriculture Maturing Strategic Imperatives in an Era of Pervasive Connectivity,” will track adoption and perception of precision agriculture, as well as delve deeper into key findings uncovered in earlier research programs. 
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August 29, 2012 - A Year in the Life of the Western Farm:  Taking a New Look at How Growers Make Important Decisions

Farmers in the western U.S. have repeatedly adapted to changing business conditions and successfully used technology and new management practices to increase the productivity and overall value of the specialty crops they grow.  However, the diversity of crops, marketing practices, cultural techniques, and agronomic concerns have posted a significant challenge to traditional market research in the western market. Entira is launching a unique new multi-client study that takes a new approach to understanding how western U.S. growers of commercial specialty crops make decisions throughout the growing season.
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