Over the last 50 years, the agriculture industry has undergone significant changes. Farm equipment has grown in size, speed, and productivity as a result of technological advancements, allowing for more efficient cultivation of more land. Seed, irrigation, and fertilizers have all improved dramatically, allowing farmers to enhance harvests. Agriculture is now in the midst of yet another transformation, with data and connection at its core. Artificial intelligence, analytics, linked sensors, and other developing technologies have the potential to boost yields, enhance water and other input efficiency, and improve sustainability and resilience in crop and animal husbandry.