An agriculture engineer is a specialist who works to improve the technology related to agriculture by either creating new products, machinery, or processes or by managing the agricultural equipment manufacturing. As an agricultural engineer, you will also solve problems related to irrigation.
Some of you will visit the agricultural farms to understand problems and solve them using technology and science. Some of you will work on soil management, waste management, food engineering, agricultural resource management (using land and water), etc.
As an Agriculture Engineer, depending on your field of specialisation, you would have the following roles and responsibilities:
As an agriculture engineer, you will be mostly involved in research and development work. Most of your research will be in the field especially farms. You will have a regular 8–9-hour job that will require a peer-to-peer work. While working in the field is safe, you will need to wear proper accessories to prevent any damage while contacting pesticides.
You will be working in a field that has immense pressure due to the type of work and potential results. Also, the chances of failure of work are higher, so you need to maintain your composure and avoid tiredness, lack of interest, etc.
As an Agricultural engineer, you may hold the following positions: