The skies above you could be increasingly filled with drones. The Federal Aviation Administration's rules governing drone use went into effect this week, which will require users to obtain a remote pilot certificate. Chad Colby with Colby Ag Tech has weaved through the F-A-A's Unmanned Aerial Systems process;
Colby says how the cost of drones is an easy return on investment for Illinois farmers.
The F-A-A predicts as many as 600-thousand drones could be put to use over the next year. If you're interested in learning more, go to know-before-you-fly-dot-org.