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Drones, robots key to Georgia's agriculture growth, experts say
Chickens OK with rolling drones, but fearful of airborne ones
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In the next decade, the poultry industry in Georgia could include drones and robots performing tasks done today by human hands. Research and testing of this technology is already well underway, according to Douglas Britton, manager of the Agricultural Technology Research Program at Georgia Tech. Poultry processing and production is the program’s biggest strategic research area, Britton said.