‘Farmers and growers increasingly relying on OverseerFM as an indicator of farm sustainability.’
Apps can lighten the load on farm, helping farmers monitor everything from birthing cows to boundary lines.
Foreign investment in NZ agritech firms hailed as way of future.
New way of modelling crops will enable better representation of what is happening on farm.
Farms able to combine real-time sensing and satellite footage and use AI to evaluate climate risk to a particular farm.
Government insists it will have no impact on trade, but it’s not that simple.
Product aims to help sheep, beef and deer farmers keep track.
Environmental degradation from nitrate loss is not a national issue and DairyNZ does not support blanket input controls such as on applying synthetic nitrogen.
While Zoom may have eased some of the tyranny of distance for many New Zealand exporters during the pandemic, they have often also found their ability to capture, grow and expand market share a tough gig. An ex-Fonterra exec and his business partner have developed an online platform aimed to help smaller producers wanting to grow their overseas market.
It's only been a matter of months since FarmIQ bought Farmax from AgResearch last October, but the two companies say they have been putting foundations in place to ensure farmers will benefit from their ongoing collaboration.
INNOVATIVE tools to support farmers and farm consultants in pasture planning are expected to become available next year as part of the Hill Country Futures Programme.
FarmIQ has joined with AgResearch to buy Farmax, the decision tool for farmers.