UF researchers use satellite images to help cattle ranchers

Sometimes, to solve a problem, scientists have to think outside the box — or in this case, the breathable atmosphere.

Two University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciencesresearchers, Chris Wilson, an assistant professor in agronomy, and Hunter Smith, a doctoral student, are creating a new data-interpretation tool using satellite imagery to help ranchers better manage their pastures and grazing.

Read the article at the Gainesville Sun here. (written by Danielle Ivanov, The Gainesville Sun)

By Jimmy Anuszewski


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Posted: March 15, 2021

Category: 4-H & Youth

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