Drone technology has advanced dramatically in recent years, becoming more sophisticated, generating detailed images of crops and, more importantly for farmers, affordable. The choice is endless from basic off-the-shelf drones costing £30-£100 to high-end models that will set you back thousands. But with so much choice, deciding whether it’s worth buying one for your farm business is far from straightforward. See also: Cereals 2016: Farming brothers trial precision spraying drone Should I buy one? Before buying anything, farmers must be clear […]