The Smart Farming Progress Report 2017 was published in October 2017.
The report presents the Smart Farming results for 2017, along with information on the Smart Farming Programme and plans for the future.
Participating farms identified cost-savings of €8,700 on average and ways to reduce greenhouse gasses by 10%
The Smart Farming programme focuses on eight key areas that have the highest costs on farms, or offer the greatest savings to farmers.
You can simply follow the Smart Farming advice or you can take part in a Smart Farming Case Study.
Source: Smart Farming