In the Precision Vision Podcast, hosts Craig Houin and Morgan Seger discuss the relevant precision
technology in the agriculture industry as well as introduce and evaluate new tech as it arrives on the scene.
With the help of industry leaders, Craig and Morgan will also walk through the best practices of these
ag tech tools to help optimize growers' economic return.

Moving Data Through the Clouds

In the fourth episode of the Precision Vision Podcast, Craig and Morgan give the audience a bonus episode on the topic of Data Silo with a special guest interview with Brittany Ullrich, Digital Technology Manager, WinField United.

 


The 7 Pillars of the R7 Tool - Pillar 2: Scripting

In the third episode of the Precision Vision Podcast, we continue our series the 7 Pillars of the R7 Tool, focusing in this episode on Scripting, with an interview from Tom Cook, North Equipment Technology Lead from Sunrise Cooperative.


The 7 Pillars of the R7 Tool - Pillar 1: Satellite Imagery

In the second episode of the Precision Vision Podcast, we begin our series the 7 Pillars of the R7 Tool, focusing in this episode on Satellite Imagery, with a special guest interview from Gary Holmes from GeoSys to discuss the ins and out of satellite imagery as it relates to farming.


Introducing Precision Vision Podcast

In the first episode of the Precision Vision Podcast, we meet our two hosts, Craig Houin and Morgan Seger, and learn the format of the podcast and plan for the future of the show.

Episode 1 Show Notes


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Meet Your Hosts 



Craig grew up on a small grain and livestock farm which eventually led him to Purdue University to study Agricultural Economics. Craig moved to Ohio with his wife where they started a small livestock farm with their 3 kids. Through working with Sunrise Cooperative for the past seven years, Craig strives to grow precision technologies on the farm level through interaction with farmers and technology providers. Craig firmly believes precision technologies will improve farm level decisions through understanding of current practices to improve environmental and economic impacts while helping consumer understanding of agriculture.


Deeply rooted in agriculture, Morgan grew up on a small livestock farm in northwest Ohio. After graduating from The Ohio State University in 2009, Morgan began working for WinField United in Ag Technology. She is passionately pursuing Ag technology to keep the growers she works with ahead of the curve. Morgan stays busy with her two young children and the grain farm she operates with her husband.