Innovations to drive down operational costs while increasing yield

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Cultivate Agri Partnerships
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April 15, 2020
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onitoring water points across our properties is a very time and resource-intensive task. Sometimes if a water point fails, it can mean that other land management or animal-focused projects can slip in priority.

The recently installed FarmBot Monitoring Systems across our Kilcoy sites mean that we can remotely monitor our stored water levels and rain gauges. FarmBot is a product of Naremburn-based business the tech is developed by farmers for farmers. Being able to monitor our water points has provided our business with greater efficiency and security with regard to our cattle management. We are already beneficiaries of its remote monitoring capability as it has greatly reduced labour costs associated with regular travel to water points throughout all properties.

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