In this Thursday June 21, 2018 photo, fifth generation farmer Marie Bowers stands in front of her grass cutter machine on her family’s farm in Coburg, Ore.  Increasingly, U.S. farmers need access to high-speed internet and technology to compete globally.
In this Thursday June 21, 2018 photo, fifth generation farmer Marie Bowers stands in front of her grass cutter machine on her family’s farm in Coburg, Ore. Increasingly, U.S. farmers need access to high-speed internet and technology to compete globally. Kelly Lyon AP
In this Thursday June 21, 2018 photo, fifth generation farmer Marie Bowers stands in front of her grass cutter machine on her family’s farm in Coburg, Ore. Increasingly, U.S. farmers need access to high-speed internet and technology to compete globally. Kelly Lyon AP

Large parts of rural Texas and the country lack high speed internet, and can’t compete

August 20, 2018 12:24 PM