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Ag engineering memo - Date:11April2011 To:Ms.MelodyDeMeritt From:ShelsieKloepper Subject: thatimage Engineeringwillt

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“Where will agricultural engineering be in ten years?” Date: 11 April 2011 To: Ms. Melody DeMeritt From: Shelsie Kloepper Subject: The Future of Agricultural Engineering This memo presents my thoughts on the future of agricultural engineering and how I may fit in to  that image.  Engineering will transform over the next 20 years, especially in the department of agriculture.  Although agriculture may not be a top priority for many people it is vital to how we survive each  and every day. Where would we be without agriculture, and farmers and machinery, and food?  Put all these elements together and you get the growing industry known as agricultural  engineering. Now you may feel that this has already been invented and there isn’t much to  change, but there are countless problems facing agriculture in the future. Overpopulation in the world poses a huge threat to how we live. The world population has been 
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ENGL 149 taught by Professor Rheingans during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly.

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Ag engineering memo - Date:11April2011 To:Ms.MelodyDeMeritt From:ShelsieKloepper Subject: thatimage Engineeringwillt

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