Researchers from the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station of the the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have received a $1 million grant to research and develop robots to assist in poultry processing, according to a Friday news release. The...
Soft Robotics Inc. (SRI) announced today that it raised $26M in an initial Series C closing and will use the funds to expand commercial deployment of its mGripAI™ robotic picking solutions. mGripAI is an easy-to-integrate automation package that combines...
BinSentry, a company focused on increasing efficiencies and worker safety in the $500B global animal feed supply chain, has made significant technology advancements that will not only increase profits but will help to reduce feed waste and carbon emissions....
ADM recently celebrated the grand opening of the new ADM Science and Technology Center at the University of Illinois Research Park. The facility quadruples ADM’s footprint at the University of Illinois Research Park and reflects a significant expansion of...
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that the Department is awarding $502 million in loans and grants (PDF, 221 KB) to provide high-speed internet access for rural residents and businesses in 20 states. The funding...
Producer organizations and governments now have access to an animal disease mapping tool that enables rapid response to control spread. Farm Health FastMaps is a new tool developed by Farm Health Guardian, a biosecurity management software provider, that allows...
The BinSentry Board of Directors is pleased to announce and welcome Ben Allen as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in one of the company’s most promising moments of technology growth. Ben Allen will bring decades of experience in agriculture and...
We asked the AGRIHUB IT team for some quick tips to ensure you’re on top of your tech at the farm! You should find this quick refresh helpful in keeping your tech online and your hardware safe. If you...
Source: Science.org Advance may one day help farmers better monitor the health and welfare of their flocks Chickens make more sounds than most of us realize. They cluck when content, squawk when frightened, and sing “buk, buk, ba-gawk” when laying an...
By Lorraine Stevenson-Hall, Biosecurity & Stakeholder Relations Lead Key points: Zoning is based on geographic regions implemented in order to contain disease Compartmentalization is based on risk related to biosecurity and husbandry practices Compartments can give importing countries assurance of...
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