Millions of Americans are living a reality that looks a lot different than it did one or two months ago. Due to COVID-19, the ways people work, learn, exercise, socialize, and celebrate have all changed. And while we’ve seen many businesses temporarily close their doors, there are many businesses continuing to operate, sometimes at increased levels of demand. These businesses, deemed essential services, are critical to keeping the supply chain moving.
Editors note: This post was originally published on March 19, 2020 and has been updated to reflect the most accurate state of our operating details.
First, thank you. We value our clients, our team members, and the communities we serve, especially during these uncertain times.
Those of you who grew up in or around farming communities probably remember attending a celebration called Dairy Days. It was a festivity that focused on celebrating all things dairy. Depending on your town, the festivities were likely different, but I bet there were plenty of activities for the kids. Usual suspects could be:
If you’re in the agricultural field, there’s no doubt that you’ve begun seeing a change in the industry. All over the United States, there has been a large push for farmers to incorporate technology into their craft. Every day more farms adopt emerging technologies in order to maximize product yields. For those who may be skeptical, we assure you that digital agriculture is the way of the future. This rise in technology not only lends itself to heightened productivity but also to a more manageable life for the farmers that adopt them.