As FFA Chapter Officers, we know that we are the future of agriculture. Ever since the beginning of the Agricultural Revolution in 10,000 BC, farming methods have become more and more technologically driven. 

On Monday, November 20th, we partnered with the Penn Robotics team and traveled down to Headsight in Bremen, an agricultural manufacturing company.  Our group was given a presentation and a tour about what they do at Headsight. We realized just how important engineering and technological breakthroughs are for the future of agriculture. We thank Mr. Langfeldt and the amazing group we were able to join, and hope to work together on an agricultural engineering project of our own!

Written by: Ryen Detoro and Alyssa Chambers

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