The sun was out but the morning air was chilly. Tyler Wooley was leaning over a table, squinting to see the image on the computer screen. His brother, Clint, was filling a liquid receptacle with water and their dad, Drew, was talking “shop” with members of the Brundidge Rotary Club.
The Wooleys were preparing for takeoff at Cattleman Park. But they were not leaving the ground.
The Wooleys are partners in a venture they believe is the future of agriculture – efficiency through technology. And they are in on the ground floor of this innovative approach to agriculture. Drew Wooley said only the sky is the limit to the possibilities …
Troymessenger.com | Feb. 16, 2019