Source: Milk Moovement news release Milk Moovement, a leading cloud-based dairy supply chain software company, today announced the closing of a $20 million USD Series A round led by VMG Catalyst, the venture capital firm that invests in technology powering...
Source: Ever.Ag Farm-gate opens wider as new Ever.Ag software sees the dairy farm Ever.Ag, a leading agtech provider dedicated to empowering supply chains to feed a growing world, has acquired Cainthus, a company that offers artificial intelligence- enabled cameras for analyzing...
Source: AGCO news release AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, has announced an investment in OPTIfarm, an emerging leader in precision livestock farming. OPTIfarm uses proprietary software and an expert team to...
Source: Spiria Leading software developer Spiria delivers a state-of-the-art dairy transportation data collection system for the British Columbia Milk Marketing Board, Alberta Milk, and Dairy Farmers of Manitoba. Spiria is proud to announce a collaboration with the British Columbia Milk Marketing Board,...
Source: FlightSense news release Today, agtech startup FarmSense announces a limited product launch of their award-winning and internationally acclaimed real-time pest monitoring and identification device, FlightSensor™. This initial launch, which will consist of approximately 1,000 FlightSensor™ units, will be distributed...
  Farmer and cows at dairy farm. Cattleman holding tablet and observing his animals GETTY Ads for dairy products often talk about cows being happy or contented. That’s not just a marketing angle. Cows produce the most milk and the highest quality...
Astartup founded by four MIT grads has demonstrated the first ammonia-powered tractor — potentially foreshadowing the future of clean energy machines. Why it matters: Agriculture generates about 10% of the US’s greenhouse gas emissions, and its output is expected to increase in the future as...
by Holly Ober, University of California - Riverside Dairy farms produce large amounts of two things: milk and poop. Milk finds its way into delicacies like hot cocoa and grilled cheese sandwiches but the poop just piles up. Dairy farmers bulldoze the...
Source: Förster-Technik Calf autofeeders allow us to collect helpful data on each calf we care for. I’ve analyzed this data across many farms to share three insights about calves and how to utilize the information in a feeding program. Not...
Source: University of California, Riverside by: Holly Ober Dairy farms produce large amounts of two things: milk and poop. Milk finds its way into delicacies like hot cocoa and grilled cheese sandwiches but the poop just piles up. Dairy farmers bulldoze the...
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