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By Dr. Allan Gray, Professor, Land O'Lakes Chair in Food and Agribusiness, and Executive Director, Purdue University The numerous articles recently published about the future of the food and agriculture industry in 2024 are overwhelming. To set my perspective apart,...
Source: MyAnIML news release A collaborative study between animal agtech startup MyAnIML and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) successfully corroborated the technology's predictive ability to proactively manage devastating disease outbreaks in cattle production. MyAnIML used proprietary facial recognition and...
Source: EmGenisys Inc. news release EmGenisys, Inc., an animal health company improving success rates of embryo transfer (ET) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) for cattle producers, announces open enrollment for EmVision. EmVision analyzes the viability and health of embryos at the...
Source: Agtonomy news release Momenta, the leading Industrial Impact venture capital firm, announced today that they have led the Series A funding round for Agtonomy, a leading software and services company specializing in advanced autonomous and AI solutions for agriculture....
  Source: AGCO news release AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, is investing to attract more talent across key product development disciplines to deliver new, value-added precision ag...
Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada B.C. farmers looking to grow their businesses in the face of rising costs are getting support for accessing new technologies from items such as robotic and automated equipment, farm management software and digital sensors, which...
Source: AGCO On November 11, 2023, AGCO signed an agreement to acquire digital assets from FarmFacts GmbH, a leader in Farm Management Information Software (FMIS) located in Pfarrkirchen, Germany and a subsidiary of BayWa AG group. FarmFacts specializes in software...
Source: University of Saskatchewan, Kiah Simpson Bovine respiratory disease (BRD), also known as shipping fever, is one of the most common and costly diseases that affect the North American beef cattle industry. Mainly affecting the lungs of cattle, BRD is highly...
By Addison Dehaven , Research Communications Coordinator, South Dakota State University Since the late 1980s, precision agriculture has become increasingly prevalent on farms across the United States, particularly in America's heartland, where adoption of these practices and technologies is more...
Source: Valmont Industries news release Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI), a global leader that provides vital infrastructure and advances agricultural productivity while driving innovation through technology, today announced a strategic partnership with FieldSync, a pioneering provider of infrastructure data acquisition...
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