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Press Photo By Lisa Miller Doug Maus, manager of West Plains Inc., demonstrates how precision agriculture equipment works outside of the West Plains shop in Dickinson Friday afternoon.

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Precision agriculture equipment is growing in popularity, and farmers are finding it hard to farm without.

"We use it so much now we come to think of it as another piece of farm equipment," Stark County farmer Bob Zent said. "We have come to the point that if it stopped working we would consider replacing our system rather than going without it."

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