50 Shades of Green  the official blog of Pasture.io

Adam and Ollie hard at work at our stall at Tas Dairy Conf 2019

Tasmanian Dairy Conference 2019

Having just attended the Australian Dairy Conference #ADC2019 in Canberra with Pasture.io as a stallholder for the first time, we had high expectations of the Tasmanian Dairy Conference being put on by DairyTas. And my goodness were our expectations blown away.

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Adam and Ollie hard at work at our stall at Tas Dairy Conf 2019

TasTAFE and Pasture.io Presentation

Pasture.io was proud to present to a top notch group of Moonlake dairy farm managers who were studying the Diploma unit Analyse and Interpret Production Data.

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Juan, Adam and Ollie proud to take Pasture.io to #ADC2019

Australian Dairy Conference 2019

The Australian Dairy Conference (#ADC2019) in Canberra was a huge success. There were dairy farmers from across Australia in attendance and some from abroad. This was fantastic as it promoted the diversity that the Australian dairy industry holds, which is perhaps one of the core advantages for long term sustainability of the industry.

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Adam hard at work developing features on request, while Ollie and Will Russell discuss the Pasture.io platform.

ADC2019 App Review

"After an Australia-wide call to farmers to tell us ‘what is their most valuable farming app’ our committee applies ruthless and independent rigour to come up with the five best dairy farming apps – and we ask the Young Dairy Network to present them in a fun yet highly informative session hosted by NSW DPI robotic technology expert Nico Lyons."

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Pasture.io is involved in the CQU Women in Agri-Tech Symposium.

CQU Women in Agri-Tech Symposium

"Fifteen female teachers from regional, rural and remote areas will be chosen to take part in the inaugural ‘Women in Agri-tech’ program. With support from leading researchers, educators and industry professionals, teachers will develop an agri-tech learning module aligned to the STEM and digital technologies component of the Australian Curriculum."

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