Innovation has entered the agri-sector

The National Ploughing Championships 2016 saw more people attend the three-day event than ever before. Some 283,000 walked the fields of Screggan in Co Offaly

2nd October, 2016
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Cows wearing a MooMonitor+

The sense of innovation on-site was remarkable. While the usual mix of tractors and heavy machinery were on show, there was a large emphasis on new, smart technology that will aid the farmer day-to-day.

One Irish firm making waves in the agri-tech sector is DairyMaster. The Kerry-based company is set upon an 11-acre site and conducts all research, development and building works on site. Fronted by Dr Edmond Harty, the company began working on the...

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