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John Deere Spent $305M on Robot Farming Firm

With its latest acquisition, Deere & Company wants to prove old heavy-equipment manufacturers can still learn new tricks. The John Deere brand owner this week announced plans to purchase robotics firm Blue River […] The post John Deere Spent $305M on Robot Farming Firm appeared first on Geek.com.
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