‘Agri-Tech: Reshaping the Farming Industry’ – Examiner.com
Farms are embracing technology in order to maintain a competitive edge in today’s world. They
are using technology in ever-more ingenious ways to manage day-to-day
chores and collect data critical to operating more efficiently and
One example is Dairy Quality’s “Milk Guardian”, a product so sleek
it could be mistaken for an iPhone upgrade. The device, a small black
box, straps onto the back of an iPhone, and can give a farmer readings
from milk samples in as little as six seconds, as opposed to the week or
more typical when sending results to a lab.
Another new-age method has farmers bringing animal psychologists in to provide adjustment
services to their new cattle. One farm has had a psychologist design an
orientation program for new cows, helping them adjust to a new
environment and new expectations.
better understand their operating costs and extend the life of their
equipment through improved maintenance. The information derived from a
CMMS (including cost per hour and cost per acre) can help farmers (or
any fleet or operations managers) make better informed decisions that
can improve profitability.
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Rona Palmer is the Marketing Director at eMaint Enterprises, located
in Marlton, NJ, that provides CMMS and EAM solutions for all of your
maintenance and asset management needs.