Meat & Livestock Australia host ‘Digital Farm’

Did you ever think you would get to see the day that a farm turned digital?

Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) will be hosting their ‘Digital Farm’ at Beef Australia 2021 in Rockhampton.

It will give producers the opportunity to get hands-on experience and explore the latest digital technology and data-driven products at MLA.

The Digital Farm is part of the AgTech & Innovation Hub at Beef Australia 2021, and will display and demonstrate the latest technologies for water, soil, and livestock management.

“MLA’s Digital Farm will demonstrate the difference digital technology and data could make to production and showcase new tools to assist producers with decision-making that may improve productivity and their bottom-line,” MLA General Manager – Research, Development and Adoption, Michael Crowley says.

“We’ll also share how technology utilised in the defence and security industries may be harnessed and applied in the Australian Beef industry, including what R&D is underway.

“There are some really exciting opportunities emerging in the digital space for red meat producers and there’s something for everyone at MLA’s Beef Australia 2021 trade site and Digital Farm.”

MLA’s ‘Digital Farm’ showcase is located in the Ken Coombe Tech Yards as part of the AgTech & Innovation Hub at Beef Australia 2021.

Please visit MLA’s Beef Australia 2021 page, to learn more.

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