Accurate positioning is the foundation for precision farming and guidance. This technology will not only enhance the current methods of farming, but will also provide the opportunity for more efficient and better farming practices. It will be possible to farm better with less inputs; accomplishing the desired benefits of organic farming, yet controlling the weed and trash problem. This paper speculates on how positioning technology will be used in the future and describes the current state of affairs for auto-steering and pre-determined field courses. It is hoped that this will serve as a catalyst for more discussion, debate and feedback with the intent of developing a better means to farm.