Katie Black (right) and Paula Beecher of Clemson University's College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences describe "Ruminant Anatomy: A Photo Atlas" at the S.C. AgriBiz and Farm Expo.

Katie Black (right) and Paula Beecher of Clemson University’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences describe “Ruminant Anatomy: A Photo Atlas” to expo attendees.
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FLORENCE — More than 1,000 people came to the S.C. AgriBiz and Farm Expo Thursday and Friday at the Florence Civic Center to see the latest farm products and services displayed by more than 120 vendors, universities and public agencies.

Clemson University’s Extension Service provided educational programs on a variety of agricultural topics, including workshops for small farms and food entrepreneurs.

Clemson University researcher Chris Post explains how computer-controlled small aircraft can be fitted with sensors and cameras providing farmers and foresters with data and photos of crops and timber.

Clemson University unmanned aviation systems (UAS) researcher Chris Post explains how computer-controlled small aircraft are fitted with sensors and cameras to provide farmers and foresters with data and photos of crops and timber. The FAA last year approved flight testing for the “farm drones.
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